Digital auction begins Oct, 15th, 2022 and includes a five star Michelin chef, a rocket scientist, high powered CEOs, indie artists and more
ABU DHABI – What if you could access the world’s leading experts unplugged, one-on-one, for five hours? What would you learn, create, ask, and do? Well now is your chance.
Starting Oct. 15, 2022, people can bid on a Lovely Human NFT for a chance to spend time and be a part of a community with well-known industry experts, human dynamos, and game changers. The first round of bidding will include a group of 25 experts from five main industries including, Fintech, Metaverse, Sustainability, Data and a wildcard industry.
“We are an average of the five individuals we spend the most time with, according to the law of averages. In order to level the playing field, Gleac provides you with access to exceptional ones,” said Sallyann Della Casa, founder of GLEAC, a human skills development platform and mentorship network that uses artificial intelligence to teach people transferable workplace skills.
Some of the experts that will be available during the first round include:
- Arvind Saraf (India) – Vice-President of Engineering at Drishti, a data manufacturing company. He is considered to be one of the smartest men in India and has studied at the Indian Institute of Technology as well as Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- Lars Rottweiler (Germany) – Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Mbanq, a Fintech banking company that operates banks for clients using SaaS technology.
- Nicola Rosa (UK) – The Head of Metaverse Strategy Accenture Europe, advising some of the world’s biggest companies on their entry into the Metaverse.
The winning bidder can use the time with the industry expert to get advice, solve problems or even try to create something new that can be monetized. Even the knowledge gained from the mentoring sessions can also be minted into a utility NFT that will be co-owned by the buyer and the industry expert.
Half of the money raised will ensure GLEAC’s app remains free for millions of people around the world. The other half of the money will be given to experts and can be used to support their charity of choice if they wish.