Simone Brighina is a Certified Scrum Master and Certified Product Owner. He has experiences in Sales, Solution Engineering, Development, Team Management, Product Management, Project Management. He started his carrear working in the automotive sector and later he spent more than 12 years working for the top IT companies in the world (Fujitsu, Intel, Hewlett Packard, Oracle). In 2020 he won the “Most scalable startup” prize in the Blockchain Convergence Challenge with the Rewire Social project: a project for the vaccine tracing aim to push user vaccine adoption trough gamification.
Finally he decides to take advantage of his experience by building up his own disruptive start-up: Motoblockchain. The project idea came for the application of the Lean Startup methodology with the aim to combine his two biggest passions: Information technology (Blockchain) and Motorcycles. His project is actually funded by two European program (Blockpool and Blockstart) and accelerated by a regional program (Andalucía Open Future form Telefonica and Dekra).
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