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Join The MLi Group Poli-Cyber™ Security & Innovator Meet Accelerator / Investor “iMai™” Summits, Hosted by London Campus, a Google Space, February 1 & 2, 2016.

Day 1 Summit: The New Poli-Cyber Security Threats Impacting All ! Are You Prepared?

Day 2 Summit: Innovator MEET Accelerator / Investor, “iMai™"  Click here for iMai Website

Part of the MLi Group Global Summit Series, GSS: "Prepare For The New MiLE™"

Limited Speaking and Sponsorship opportunities remain available.

Contact us at Summits (@) MLiGrp.com with your interest.

Who Should Attend? 

Businesses, NGOs, Civil Society, Governments, Regulators, Innovators, Startups and Entrepreneurs. Those with new solutions and innovations to existing and new problems that serve the needs of local communities and meet commercial and philanthropic goals, especially in emerging markets. Also, Investors, Mentors, Accelerators and Partners who want to enable innovators in this space.

Why Should Your Organisation / Company Support / Sponsor MLi Group Summits?

If finding and inspiring new socially responsible commercial and philanthropic opportunities that motivate people to act, and lift others, especially in emerging markets, out of poverty & desperation is close to your ethos, then your support and sponsorship will not only be well received but well rewarded. By sponsoring our summits you help empower people to help themselves with much needed new knowledge and guidance while helping us create new opportunities and solutions in new markets which you become part of and may benefit from.

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Vladimir Radunović

Diplo Foundation
director of e-diplomacy and cybersecurity educational and training programmes
Serbia
Vladimir Radunović is a director of e-diplomacy and cybersecurity educational and training programmes of DiploFoundation. Prior to this, he has coordinated the Internet governance and policy programmes since 2005. Vladimir also served as a Member of the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) of the UN Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2012-2014. He has actively participated in the global process since World Summit on Information Society in 2003, and has been a lecturer and a speaker in number of online and in-situ professional educations and trainings in Internet governance worldwide. His professional focus is on capacity development and online learning, broadband and access policy, cybersecurity and Internet safety, network neutrality, open Internet and end-user rights, e-participation and e-diplomacy, Internet governance process and negotiations. He holds an MSc in electrical engineering from the University of Belgrade and a Master degree in contemporary diplomacy from the University of Malta with thesis on e-diplomacy, and has undertaken a PhD programme in cybersecurity. He was born and lives in Serbia.