Michael first got into food sharing while studying Business Psychology at Cologne University where he regularly dropped off and picked up food at his student union's community fridge. A master's degree in Corporate Communications brought him to London where he discovered OLIO.
Lucky chance brought it he could join OLIO at a very early stage in October 2015. In his current role he designs systems and processes which ensure users have a great customer journey and are able to initiate hyperlocal food sharing networks in their local communities all across the world.
The Future of The Sharing Economy presented by Canon
The sharing economy, the gig economy or whatever you choose to call it is here to stay.