Šárka Kinclová believes that traveling makes us broader minded and more understanding. She is a member of the Traveler’s Century Club. She joined IBM in 1999, where she held several positions in IBM CEMEA in Vienna and IBM EMEA in Paris. She started working for Apple Europe in London in 2008, focusing on the education segment in CEE. She led the EU Accessibility initiative, advancing the use of technology for people with special needs. She currently teaches and consults on the use of digital disruptive technology and the liberal arts. She has an MBA from Henley Management College and at VSE/Jean Moulin III and took a semester of Psychology and Int. Relations at Harvard University. She is currently studying History of Design. She has visited 150 countries and autonomous territories and all 68 in Europe.

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