Bruno is an entrepreneur, co-founder of Colab.re, a citizen-to-government engagement platform, and is also fellow at +Innovators, speaker at TEDx and mentor at Social Good Brasil Lab, an innovation and social impact entrepreneurship program. Bruno is graduated in Business Administration, post-graduated in Finance and specialist in Venture Capital by UC Berkeley – Haas School of Business. Bruno is also a CFA charterholder since October 2012. Colab.re is a Citizen-to-Government engagement platform that works as a social network focused on citizen engagement and as a management tool for government bodies. Bruno, Gustavo Maia, Paulo Pandolfi and Josemando Sobral created Colab.re to serve as a bridge to the huge gap that exists between what people want and what governments actually do. Their mission is to transform governments from the inside, helping them to establish a new way of approaching and involving the crowd in all aspects of public management: from solving minor issues to creating new public policies. In the platform, citizens can report issues, suggest urban improvements and new public policies, as well as rate public services in a transparent and collaborative manner. Governments use CRM, Workflow Management and Public Consultation tools to interact with city dwellers. Colab.re was launched in March 2013, was elected World’s Best Urban App by New Cities Foundation, Top 5 m-Government and Participation Solution by UN, among many other national and global prizes. It is now used by more than 100,000 citizens in Brazil and has more than 80 municipalities, state governments, federal departments and utility companies as clients, helping to create better cities for the citizens, with the citizens. It’s now starting its Global expansion.