Welcome to 2geeks1cityWe are a geek couple talking about Digital Transformation & Startup Ecosystem in Asia
Last year we traveled around Asia to understand how digital revolution and startups are transforming society, businesses, and people.
From Mongolia to the Philippines, we interviewed more than 45 people: startup founders, CEOs, executives of big companies and innovative people.
This was our route: 14 countries in 11 months
Now Tamara is a Digital Nomad working remotely for a British Agency. She can live anywhere but spends most of the time in Bangkok with Iván, where he is the CMO of a startup
Our story caught some attention. We are proud to have been featured in one of the coolest blogs and media in Spain and other countries
Just after coming back to Spain we were invited by El País (Spanish biggest newspaper) to talk about Digital Nomads in front of hundreds of people. It was an amazing experience
These are the topics we love to talk about
Analyzing the impact of digitalization processes in the relationships, decision making and organization of society and economy
Startups are agents of change. Fearless, they reinvent markets and contribute to change
Most of the world population live in “emerging markets”: understanding the dynamics of digitalization has a growing importance
Our essence is curious, freak & geek. We see everything from the unique perspective of a geek couple lost in a city
You can get a general idea by reading our latest posts:
We met Robi Wang, co-founder of Elecfreaks, at the beginning of our "spiritual Journey around Asia". We interviewed him about a new and very successful crowdfunding project they had recently launched: ELF, a drone that can send a video signal to a mobile device,...read more
We arrived in Malaysia after almost a month in Myanmar. We travelled a lot around Myanmar, with a bad internet access, making more tourist things than usual and after three intense days interviewing startups, we landed in Kuala Lumpur. At the beginning, we wondered...read more
Talking with some of the women who are part of the Geek Girl community in Myanmar has been interesting and rewarding in equal parts.Through them we had a better understanding about how technology is empowering women in Myanmar. And of course... it is always a pleasure...read more