Aleksandar Stojanovic is a creative thinker, serial entrepreneur and expert on digital innovation in traditional organizations.

Aleksandar started a his first company in the creative industries with 17 and sold it 3 years later to Bertelsmann Music Group. After an academic phase and a couple of "real jobs", Aleksandar incorporated his next idea in 2001 to create mobile apps for java-enabled smartphones. Less than a year later, Japanese computer game giant Namco acquired the business.

Based on his very unique experiences, Aleksandar started the digital strategy think tank Digital District serving both ambitious startups and global corporations across all industries. When Publicis Groupe acquired the company in 2010, he continued in his prior role as CEO while also taking additional responsibilities as a General Manager to Publicis and Razorfish agencies. Early 2014 he left Publicis to set the stage for a still to be announced future.

Aleksandar (36) lives in Düsseldorf, Germany. He holds the title of EIR at the Neon Bridges Consortium based out of San Francisco and Brussels and he supports chosen consulting assignments as a freelance advisor. His natural talents have been formally shaped at Stanford GSB, Singularity University and the Institute of Design at Stanford.