Bo studied Operations and Innovation Management in Copenhagen and later worked as a marketing consultant in the Innovation Center of West Virginia University. In March 2016, he returned to Slovakia, where he received an offer from Triad Advertising to launch their internal tool - Kontentino.

Today, Bo is managing, motivating, and defining the strategy and vision for 30 talented and passionate Kontetino workers. Bohumil made it into Forbes list 30 under 30 and won the Founder of the Year award.

Hanka studied urban planning at the University of Copenhagen. After she returned to Slovakia, she chose a different path, though.

For a few years, Hanka poured knowledge into the heads of others by teaching English. Later, she got into digital marketing at Henkel, where she handled YouTube ads and social media.

When she had enough of washing powders, she started at Kontentino as a junior customer support specialist, then she became customer success manager. Nowadays, as the Head of Customer Success, she and her team are in charge of hundreds of bigger clients.

  • Alejandro


After six years of working as a sound engineer handling various projects in Mexico, Spain and the UK, in 2013, Alejandro returned to Mexico to explore new opportunities in different disciplines.

With his father and other partners, he helped to develop a program for cooperation between universities and the IT industry. In 2016, they set up a spin-off startup to develop a digital platform for professional development. Later that year, Alejandro moved to Bratislava, the home city of his wife, where he worked for the Mexico company remotely. The project was eventually suspended due to lacking funds.

Then he started working for Muziker, where he ran the Spanish e-shop. After a few years, he joined Kontentino as a Customer Success Manager and became the Head of Product team.

  • Matej


He studied computer science at the University of Žilina, but had discovered his love for programming already at the age of 13. He gained experience in various roles and with different technologies at Azet or Eset. Later, he helped launch a property sale app for Norway's largest insurance company. Working in several start-ups and his desire to pass on his experience brought him to Kontentino, where he leads a team of developers and defines the technical direction in which the company is heading.

  • Marek


During high school, he began freelancing as a web developer, then continued lecturing computer and graphic courses for children and youth, after that he ventured into support and sales. Since none of these was his true calling, he set out to become a marketer. He went through several scale-ups, corporates, agencies, and won marketing and PR awards. He ran the startup Boosterberg until he eventually ended up at Kontentino as a Marketing Manager and quickly became the Head of Marketing.

He enjoys a challenge, thinking out of the box, storytelling, and context in data. As he likes to say: mistake is the best teacher, who doesn’t ask, learns nothing, and even stumbling is a movement forward.

Learn more about Kontentino


Kontentino belongs to the fastest-growing Slovak start-ups and counts among the 100 fastest-growing SaaS companies in the world. Kontentino’s mission is to help advertising agencies and brands create quality content for social networks more efficiently. Their success is proven by the fact that Kontentino services are appreciated by over 4,000 agencies and brands worldwide spanning from Belgium, through USA to Hong Kong, and include brands like BBDO, Ogilvy, Pilsner Urquell or Nestlé.

What they are looking for

Kontentino has currently a team of 30 people and keeps growing. In Kontentino, you can learn and see a lot on top of experiencing a dynamic startup. Of course, you’d be in direct contact with the CEO, CTO, customers success managers or marketers.

Good to know

The team comes together in a house overlooking the Mlynská dolina valley. The members work huddled together, but if you need to close the door and make a few calls, you can use a terrace or several rooms filled with plants and art. The team also enjoys rafting, skiing or getting a beer together. Members attend conferences such as WebSummit (Lisbon), Saastock (Dublin) TNW (Amsterdam), Social Media Week and so on. The term “corporate culture” isn’t in their vocabulary. They are friends and build their own culture together.

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