The Bloggers

Johan Gorecki
johan_goreckiJohan Gorecki, founder and CEO of Globe Forum. He previously worked for the international entertainment broadcasting group Modern Times Group (MTG), where he was responsible for their expansion into Holland. He has also worked with the founders of Skype, the world’s leading IP Telephony Company. Mr. Gorecki is a member of the Board of Directors of the Swedish-Polish Chamber of Commerce and member of the jury for Globe Award.

Gustav Gorecki
gustav_goreckiGustav Gorecki is the Business Development Manager of Globe Forum and has the responsibility for the Innovators within Globe Forum.
Globe Forum regards sustainable innovations as the key to create a more sustainable world. Our mission is to bring those innovations to the market.
To fulfill this mission Gustav has developed Globe Forum’s Facilitator Program with 9 innovators as members, The Sustainable Innovators list with 116 innovators from 16 countries and The Onstage Innovators’ Contest during our forums with 60-second-presentations from innovators.
Gustav previously worked as management consultant for Cordial Business Advisers and Docere. He is also the founder of 3 companies: RänteDuvan, Developers Club and Promising Students. Gustav has a Master of Business and Economics from the Norwegian School of Management in Oslo with a concentration in Finance.

Alexandra Jansson

Alexandra Jansson, Communications Director at Globe Forum. Alexandra was part of the team who launched Ericsson Mobility world in South America. She was also the responsible to marketing, launch and communication of the start up Neonde into the international market, where she created a new life style for young mobile users. Alexandra is passionated for introducing new innovations to the market and working with life style challenges.

Martina Nee

Martina Nee is the manager of Globe Award. Globe Award, as the leading international award for sustainability, hands every year out awards to support sustainable community development to cities, innovators, companies and researchers. ( She previously worked at ZERO regional environment organisation in Harare, Zimbabwe, where she was responsible for gender mainstreaming in all development projects. She is dedicated to working with leadership development among youth, and has done so in both in Zimbabwe and Sweden.

Annelie Andersson

Annelie Andersson, holds the position of Marketing Director at Globe Forum. Curious of different cultures and the diversity in the world she has a keen interest for open innovation and have researched the movement for years.  Annelie holds a dual undergraduate in Bachelor of Fine Arts and Science, and graduated with an MBA from LIU, New York, 2006.

She is passionate about sustainable innovations that change the rules of the game, people’s habits and values, and she believes that: “…the truth is that the best organizations and innovations are the ones that strive to make a difference in the world!”

Marek Przytula

Marek Przytula graduated from the IB World School 1531 in Warsaw and currently is an Economics student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is an active individual interested in finance and business. His passion for innovation greatly developed during XXth Polish National Economic Competition, during which an in-depth understanding of this issue was essential in achieving a laureate status. In free time his an active member of the Entrepreneurs Society and a photographer.

Todd Rawlings

todd_rawlingsTodd Rawlings is a Green Technology, Internet and Sustainable Business consultant and writer with more than 21 years of experience in the business world.  A former Green MBA student at the renowned Bainbridge Graduate Institute, PMP certified Project Manager, Innovation Community of Practice leader and Lean Six Sigma trained, Mr. Rawlings shares his passion for sustainable knowledge through Wiki-based tools and BLOG articles that help light the spark of innovation and creativity in people around the globe.  To learn more, visit his website at:

Brian Donellan

brian_donnellanDr. Brian Donnellan a member of faculty in the Cairnes Postgraduate School of Business and Public Policy in the National University of Ireland, Galway. The subject of his doctoral thesis was “Knowledge Management Systems in New Product Development”. His teaching and research interests lie primarily in the area of innovation systems, which encompasses innovation, new product development, Green IT and information technology management.

Prior to joining NUI Galway faculty in 2004 he spent 17 years working in industry. While in industry he was responsible for the provision of information systems to support New Product Development and the implementation of Knowledge Management and Innovation systems.

He is currently engaged in a number of industry and academic consortia focusing on Innovation Processes e.g. the Centre for Innovation and Structural Change (CISC) and the Innovation Value Institute (IVI).

Madarász Csaba

Csaba is a freelancer communication specialist, from Hungary, with a diploma in journalism and communication. He is deeply engaged in new technologies, the third sector, glocal challenges, communication science and  development.
He has a vivid experience in the e-government sector, various IT projects and social life. He is involved in various reform projects in Hungary, from maternity care to community psychiatry, expressing his hope and wish for balanced policy.
Among others, he works for the Central and Eastern European Citizens Network, runs campaigns for NGO’s, gives advice on e-participation, e-campaigning, works with the Council of Europe and manages a microcompany, offering various communication services.
Beside all, he is seeker of higher consciousness, and managing 2 dogs and a father of 3 children.


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