Martin Pelcl is an architect that deals with innovation in civil engineering and architecture. He started his own architecture practice and entrepreneurship in the field of education in 2009. After realizing that the Slovenian civil engineering market is extremely nontransparent and unorganized, he and Gregor Černelč founded a startup called MojMojster. The main problem they are solving is finding quality contractors for engineering projects. In 2014 and 2016, he founded eMajstor.hr and DaiBau.at a Croatian and Austrian version of the service. He also helped found the company Coinhab d.o.o., which is the first Slovenian co-investment platform for building apartments.
Curious, open and ambitious. He is in charge of financial operations and coordinating everyday activities as well as strategic plans. In life, he is driven by a thirst for new knowledge and challenges. He likes to share his knowledge and experience with potential young entrepreneurs.
Father. Cyclist. Researcher and entrepreneur. After finishing his studies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (FERI), he got a job at Petrol - a company working in the field of energetics - where he was in charge of big ICT projects. He continued his career as an assistant at FERI. While working at the faculty, he still stayed in touch with the economy, applying his scientific and research work to practice. He gave his heart to the ADORA startup, for which he says he has a mission, a vision and a team that will bring the "surgical assistant" into every hospital and help save lives. The surgical assistant is a typical example of a product that needs a good story because of a very specific market and understanding the product itself. We'll ask Kristjan how they tackled the story and placed the product into it, and what the first market reactions were.