leaders talk by the female factor – Episode 10 – Anna Iarotska, Co-founder and CEO of Robo Wunderkind

leaders talk by the female factor – Episode 10 – Anna Iarotska, Co-founder and CEO of Robo Wunderkind

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In this episode, Anna Iarotska, the Co-founder & CEO of Robo Wunderkind, talks about her journey of building a global edtech company. She shares her superpower, which constantly helps her in an ever-changing world and market conditions. Anna also speaks about what inspired her to create an ed-tech company and ignited the spark of a female entrepreneur in her. The female leader outlines what she likes the most about generating a product for children, and if there are any differences between crafting a tech product for girls and boys. During the interview, Anna talks about how she managed to combine work on 2 continents with family life, and how she transformed an in-person team into a remote one without losing a sense of belonging to the company. Anna mentions gender diversity in the field of engineering and shares her vision of progress in the industry. She also gives tips to adults who want to upskill or re-skill in the field of technology. Anna ends her speech with the commitment to help other women rise to the top.

Anna Iarotska: Anna Iarotska is the Co-founder & CEO at Robo Wunderkind. She is a London School of Economics alumni who helps kids develop a passion for science, technology, engineering and maths and raises the level of digital education in schools.

Mahdis Gharaei: Mahdis is the co-founder & co-ceo of the female factor. She’s a passionate diversity advocate, business woman and opportunity maker by heart with a particular focus on creating cross-border relationships thanks to her Persian roots. Before starting the female factor she served as one of the youngest general managers of an international airline and had leadership roles at non-profit organisations such as the World Affairs Council, AustrianStartups and Female Founders.

About the female factor: The female factor is a global community for the next generation of female leaders, enabling them to get their seat at the table. The brand recently launched Europe’s first job platform connecting female job seekers with inclusive companies.

About Senate of Economy: As an independent business network, the SENATE OF ECONOMY is a driving force in shaping a sustainable society and a global eco-social market economy. We offer concrete and practice-oriented know-how for entrepreneurs and political decision-makers.

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