Noah Gomez joined Silicon Luxembourg as the Business and Innovation Manager. He will take charge of developing the fast-growing Business Club and coordinate all the initiatives towards its members and partners. As an experienced public speaker he will also bring his fresh ideas to make our media more visible on the national and international scenes, with a focus on content management and story-telling. A native of Florida (US), Noah moved to Luxembourg as a Fulbright Scholar and aims to be deeply involved in the tech ecosystem. Let’s introduce with him a new interview format. the “UpUpUp” interview!
(Featured Image: Noah Gomez recently joined Silicon Luxembourg’s team to support the growth of the media company / Image Credit © Anna Katina)
I’m a recent graduate of Florida State University, where I got my degree in Communication, Philosophy and French. I spent three years working in Public Relations, Internal Communications, and Business Development at different Florida companies, but the heat got to me!
My favorite moment of the day is dusk. It’s like a reset button for energy.
My latest news is joining Silicon Luxembourg!
Without a doubt: Acorns, Apple Music, and WhatsApp. Don’t know what I would do without them.
I really like Diverse Computing Inc., Wafer Messenger, and Digital Inclusion.
Chance the Rapper (first grammy winner without signing to a label), Henry Ford, and Elon Musk. But who doesn’t like Elon Musk?
This one is hard. Drôle de question by Roméo Elvis, Congratulations by Post Malone, and… all of 22, A Million by Bon Iver. I think. But this changes almost every day.
Bannoroo in Tennessee is never to be missed, although it is kind of far away. Hmm.
I’ve gotten a lot of hate for this one, but sausage in a baguette is my substance of life.
L’étranger by Albert Camus, The Republic by Plato, and Oh, The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss. The last one is a must read.
Football (the real one played in the United States, NOT soccer!), Basketball, and Pole Vault (I was a state qualifier in high school!)
Paris, Caribbean beaches, and San Francisco!
It always seems impossible, until it’s done. (I have many, but this one is really good.)