Prince Leo von Breithen-Thurn


 HSH Prince Leo von Breithen-Thurn is very active young leader, humanist and diplomat born in Croatia. Prince Leo was Country Liaison Officer for the European Parliament in Strasbourg. In June 2014, Prince Leo was head of delegation to the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict organised by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and chaired by the Foreign Secretary William Hague and the UN Special Envoy Angelina Jolie. Furthermore, in 2014 Prince Leo organised first Model United Nations conference for international students in Croatia under name “Croatia International Model United Nations”. For his diplomatic activities and effort to organise such important event for Croatia, he was supported by the President, Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Royal Belgium Embassy, Royal Danish Embassy and Australian Embassy in Croatia. His education is concentrated on diplomacy, international relations, international law, politics and human rights. In 2015, Prince Leo was enrolled in educational programme of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. In 2016, Prince Leo was very active at the United Nations in New York where he was representing Croatia. He held meetings with Ambassador Matthew Rycroft of the United Kingdom (at that time President of the UN Security Council), Mrs Cristina Gallach at that time Under-Secretary-General of the UN, Ambassador Vladimir Drobnjak of Croatia as well as many other diplomats and the UN officials. As well Prince Leo obtained the UN certificate of the MUN Mentor. At his alma mater, Canterbury Christ Church University, he established the UN Society which gathers all students interested in international relations, diplomacy, international organizations, international law, politics, human rights and education. Prince Leo also obtained certificate for the understanding chain of commands and structure of the NATO. He is part of the Economic Forum in London and also contributes as author at the Queen Mary University of London, where he wrote the book regarding the United Nations. Additionally, he is involved in activities together with HRH Prince Louis of Luxembourg on projects in Africa. 

Prince Leo closely cooperate with the Kingdom of Eswatini (Swaziland) in few sectors such as the HIV/AIDS Government framework, renewable energy, culture and diplomacy especially attached within the High Commission in London and Embassy in Brussels.

Petra Bouskova


Public Speaking HURRICANE making a REVOLUTION in presentations.

Petra in a nutshell? Her life consists of three passions. Professional Coach and Trainer of presentation skills. She leads workshops for IT and marketing companies, and individually coaches people 1-on-1.

As a Test Manager in the biggest czech bank she plans a strategy of testing and coordinates her team within an important project. Conferences perfectly connect her passion for public speaking with a technical background. Petra is speaking as a Keynote or as regular Speaker across the whole world.

Give her a minute and she will fill you with her energy.

This girl is a challenge-seeking enthusiast! Petra is ex-president of the biggest public speaking club in the Czech Republic (Professional Toastmasters Prague). You could find her name in the program of 6 the biggest European conferences and only this year she is heading to Ukraine, Russia, Romania, Poland and Great Britain! Last but not least on regular basis you could read some of her articles on leadership and team building in First Class Magazine or Business Animals.

Aigerim Nogoibaeva


My name is Aigerim and I come from unique small country in Central Asia - Kyrgyzstan. I speak my native language Kirghiz, Russian, English and currently learning German. I am 25 years old, have graduated National University in Kyrgyzstan in 2015. I have started my career at the age of 18 as a volunteer. Since October 2017 I live in Budapest and have visited 23 countries so far, hope to see many more. I position myself as a Global Citizen. My dream is to see people using environment friendly resources and taking care of the Mother Nature.

Valery Senichev


Valery is a psychologist and career consultant with a focus on Future Skills and Future Jobs.

He is co-founder & partner of Jobs 2030, a consultancy company focused on getting people and companies ready for the changes of work which come hand–in hand with new technologies.

He is also a co-founder & trainer of, a platform focused on training and consultancy in professional development and meaningful jobs. His Valery gained experience in international organizations and associations with a focus on training, CSR and diversity and an NGO with a focus on startups, volunteering and community work. Valery holds a BA in Gender Studies and Psychology and a MA in Psychology from Masaryk University, he also holds a Ph.D. in Economics and Management from Brno University of Technology.

Onyi Anyado


Onyi Anyado is a UK based international leadership speaker, author, entrepreneur and workshop facilitator. From his message of Cutting Edge Distinction Onyi delivers talks and workshops on corporate, educational and business platforms training and coaching his audience how to locate, leverage and lead with their distinction. Onyi has delivered for organisations such Barclays, EY and on behalf of the Nigerian government. Onyi has also spoken in countries such as Canada and the Czech Republic.  Onyi's life story is titled From Detention to Distinction which he uses to equip, educate and empower his audience on how to excel and lead with distinction in the global market which is now local.

Czech Government


Workshop led by Czech government representative is going to tackle the topic of the Istanbul Convention, which concerned prevention and combat of the violence against women and domestic violence. Not only does the convention talk about the “four Ps”: prevention, protection and support of victims, Prosecution of offenders and Integrated policies, it also defines terms such as: violence against women, domestic violence, gender, and gender-based violence. The importance of such document is indescribable as it highlights the importance of equality among all and once again emphasizes the fact that human rights shall apply to all no matter race, gender, age and sexuality.