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Lorrana Scarpioni

Lorrana Scarpioni, CEO e co-founder of Bliive, the world's largest network of time exchange. In the online platform you can offer, for example, one hour of Spanish classes, for this experience they can receive one time credit, called Time Money, and then they can exchange this credit for any experience available in the platform, like culinary lessons or fixing your computer.
At 25 years old, Miss Scarpioni was honored with an invitation to become Global Agenda Council in Creative Economy from World Economic and was showcased by Forbes Magazine and BBC News.
In addition, MIT Technology Review Innovators under 35 choose her one of the 10 most innovative Brazilians of 2014. 

Along with a Bachelor's in Law and Public Relations; she studied Human Rights, History and political ideals in Portugal. She also studied Management over a summer at the Stanford Business School. 
Lorrana’s passion for sharing economy grew out of her social work in poverty reduction since she was 12 years old. She believes that the answer to solve this global conundrum is delivering equal opportunities. “People may not have money but they always have time” she says. Today she is leading Bliive's operation.

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