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Jozef Benčík

SAS Slovakia
Jozef Benčík is a Business Director of consulting and software company SAS. With his team, he focuses at support of sales, consulting and education activities in the public sector in Slovakia and Czech Republic. He works in SAS since 2012, before that he worked for more than 10 years in Hewlett - Packard Slovakia, s.r.o. Jozef finished studies at the University of Economics, Bratislava.
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Gwendolyn Carpenter

European Investment Bank
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Peter Chochol

Dr. Peter Chochol is an experienced expert focused on advanced information and communication technologies (ICT), especially in the energy and network industries. He graduated from the Technical University of Košice at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (received degree Ing. equivalent to MSc.), where he also received a postgraduate degree (PhD). He was involved in the management structures of many projects aimed at restructuring, consolidating and improving business efficiency. Over the last 10 years, he has been devoted to smart grid technologies, intelligent cities and energy efficiency solutions. In recent years, he was Head of Operations and Development of the IT Division in the Slovak Gas Industry, later Head of Energ…
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Milan Hutkai

Infra Services
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Miriam Letašiová

Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic
Miriam Letašiová, Director General of the Business Environment and Innovation Section of the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic, is responsible for the smart industry agenda, better regulation and measures to improve the business environment. She also covers the Smart Cities agenda and is convinced that a better life in our cities will be achieved through a change of thinking and a common dialogue. At the same time, she is in charge of the Government Council's Working Group on Export and Investment Promotion, where she supports the expansion of Slovakia's pro-export policy. She gained experience in this field already in 2012 - 2016, when she worked as the Chief Executive Officer of EXIMBANKA SR. At the same time, she is the presi…
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Martin Noskovič

Martin Noskovič has previously held positions in corporate communications at Siemens and Microsoft. He is currently addressing the issue of smart city management. In Slovakia he is responsible for the technological evangelization and deployment of the Invipo platform. Invipo lets you manage cities based on data integration, concentrated in one place from its connected technologies, devices and systems.
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Jozef Viskupič

Trnava self-governing region
Jozef Viskupič was born in 1976 in Trnava, he studied history and philosophy at Comenius University in Bratislava and mass media communication in Trnava. He lives with his family in Trnava. He is a co-founder of the ORDINARY PEOPLE and independent personalities movement. In the past, he worked as a project manager in many areas, organized many concerts and cultural events, founded a regional publishing house, is the author of a project of a network of Internet cafes, and also collaborated in the restoration of the Trnava amphitheater. In the period 2010-2017, he served as a member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic in the capacity of Chairman of the Special Control Committee for Supervision of the National Security Office and…
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Igor Wzoš

Smart City Cluster
A graduated sociologist and a smart technology enthusiast; 1. Deputy Mayor of Poprad City; a local council, member of the City of Poprad; a council member of the VÚC Prešov (Presov Region); a member of Committee for Regional Development, Tourism and Culture. He is engaged in energy, smart city and education within the frame of the City of Poprad. He was at the foundation of Popradská energetická spoločnosť and Slovak Smart City Cluster. He is a co-author of the “Poprad Development Program with a View to 2040”  
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Denisa Žiláková

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for Investments and Informatization
Denisa Žiláková is the Director-General of the Section of the Central Coordinating Body of the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for Investment and Informatics. In the past, she held several key positions in the management of Eurofunds in the transport and IT sectors in the Ministries of Transport and Finance. Previously, she worked at the Ministry of Justice. For five years she worked in the European Commission, where she cooperated in important pre-accession negotiations of Slovakia into the European Union. She graduated from the Faculty of Law of Comenius University in Bratislava and studied at universities in Paris, London, Berlin and Prague.
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