Global Sharing Economy expert and Founder, The People Who Share.
An award-winning social entrepreneur, Benita Matofska is an authority on the 'Sharing Economy', having founded The People Who Share - a global sharing campaign which aims to build a future of people exchanging theirgoods and services.
With over 25 years' experience in broadcasting, communications and business development, she is an accomplished and knowledgeable keynote speaker on the sharing economy, social innovation and the power of ideas.
She is also the face behind Global SharingWeek, a whole week dedicated to bringing people together and sharing, as she believes that this is the way forward for the modern world.
A former BBC TV executive and media entrepreneur, Benita has presented at TEDx, Lewder World Forum for a Responsible Economy in Lille, European Commission, Brussels, Guardian Media Summit, FT European Sharing Economy Summit, Sustainable Brands and the House of Lords.
She has shared a platform with Desmond Tutu, presented at Number 10 Downing Street and features regularly in the media worldwide.
Her innovative work has been widelyrecognised and praised. She won Mass Challenge 2015; was named Natwest Venus Entrepreneur of the Year 2015; achieved the Ogunte Women's Social Leadership Award for Best Social Business Leader UK & World 2013; and became winner of the Natwest Venus
Business Award, Inspirational Woman 2013.
She was also a finalist in the G8 Innovation Summit DNA Profit with Purpose Prize and selected for Google's Blackbox Connect programme of born global ventures.
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