Brain Rambach

Brain is a subject matter expert in Blockchain technologies and focuses on Business Model and Operating Model Innovation using this technology. He has over 17 years of experience in providing consulting services to large global companies. primarily in travel industry sector in various kinds of initiatives ranging from develop strategy to design operating model and successfully implement solutions.

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CTO

Other people

Name Description ICO Social
Oinoun has over 20 years of experience in advising major travel industries on the strategic, operational, regulatory, of operating regulated travel industry services business models around the world, including both consumer lending and service provider products.
Williams has more than 20 years' experience in managing the development of advanced federation integrations and also leading the quality assurance department of the product.
Julia worked with Clients and partner firms to understand and shape how this technology will be used to drive efficiency, transparency and speed across the travel industry market. She has over 18 years of experience in multiple industries delivering technology and operating model changes end to end user transactions and market infrastructure industries. Julia has developed and delivered a number of transformational change projects at major travel industries (KLM, SPG& Marriott) through KPMG and helped them plan structures that respond to the needs of Recovery and Resolution.
Kimura is a graduate of Blockchain University: Cohort #5. Kim has worked on a wide variety of Blockchain business development projects, including advising, developing PoC proposals, strategy and solution development, and reviewing Blockchain and Federation integration best practices with several major companies.
As a bona-fide polymath, Marcia has been instrumental in synthesizing rich insights from Travel Industry Markets, Competitive Strategy, Regulation and High Tech to advise clients across EMEA in senior management, startups, private equity and regulation in framing their response to the disruptive potential of Distributed Ledger Technology.