One of the key things when it comes to loyalty in business is a dedicated community. That's also one of the most exciting aspects of it. Let's talk about a variety of ways your business can not only bring financial value but also build long-lasting ties & thrilling connections.
About meAs I was graduating with a history major from Paris-Sorbonne University, I've discovered the world of gastronomy, which has more or less spun my world around. I dropped my master's studies at Sorbonne for a job a the bar & eventually went from combining flavours in cocktails to combining flavours in meals. This has led me to opening such high quality fast-food chains as „Keulė Rūkė“ & „Šiaurės Keulė“ as well as my latest endeavour - Turgus 2.0, which combines exceptional food and local community. The more recent two are mostly known for their tongue in cheek approach to business, which permeates every single aspect: from the name of the restaurants to social media communication, and even the exterior of some of my facilities (yes, I'm talking about the notorious Trump/Putin mural here, which has gone viral all over the internet). As a result, not only both of my restaurants have reached a certain acclaim from a like-minded crowd, but it dare to say - also established a refreshingly ingenious course of direction for hospitality businesses here in Lithuania.
My main areas of expertise are innovation strategy and transformation and innovation management by building systems and processes, as well as innovation leadership. I am helping my customers to create their moonshots by designing and facilitating Design Sprints, hackathons, accelerators.
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