Projects

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I am mainly involved in projects and businesses that are built on the premise of using social entrepreneurship, business and leadership as a force for good. 

Here is a list of my current projects, as well as several ideas for the future: 


Current Projects


Podstel

Share. Experience. Connect.

With a vision to bring the world together to belong and grow, Podstel is a mission to create a network of ‘homes’ for travellers and locals to come together to share their stories & skills, learn something new and create meaningful connections that last. Our first two locations are up and running in Bucharest, Romania. If you’re ever in town, be sure to come and stay with us

Website | Facebook | Instagram 


Teahouse 5

Health. Creativity. Community.

With a vision to promote healthy living and creativity, Teahouse 5 is a bohemian cafe and events/community hub in central Bucharest. We offer over 50 varieties of teas from all over the world, as well as smoothies and health-conscious products. Each week we organise workshops, events and performances for locals, expats and travellers based on our three pillars: healthy mind, body and spirit.

Website | Facebook | Instagram


Creative Steps

A platform that empowers young people to shine.

Creative Steps is an NGO on a mission to give young people with raw talent an opportunity to shine. We are a platform that helps up-and-coming artists and creatives of Bucharest with the resources, audience, and know-how, so that they can focus on growing their skillset and sharing their story and passions with the world.


Future Projects


Wisdom of Humanity

Growth Through Travel

Following a slow-travel philosophy, Wisdom of Humanity is a travel journalism project and vision to embark on a world pilgrimage to document the wisdom that unites humanity by interviewing one human being from every single country in the world; chronicling the stories and lessons they have learned in life.  


University of Life

Experiential Learning for Humanity

Combining hospitality, education and nature, the University of Life adopts experiential learning, teamwork and community-based principles to give leaders and changemakers of the future an alternative curriculum built on topics not taught at a conventional school or university. Topics include emotional intelligence, cooking, entrepreneurship, leadership, health, sustainability, public speaking & building relationships – amongst many more.


Thanks for reading, and if you have any questions or ideas about any of these projects, please send me an email.