Vladimir Todorović

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CEO of Giftwalker
Assumed office
January 2018
Assemblyman in Vračar
Assumed office
September 2019
Personal details
Born (1974-01-26) 26 January 1974 (age 48)
Pančevo, SFR Yugoslavia
Political partyTreći put (Alternative Road)
Alma mater
  • The Fletcher School at Tufts University
  • Tufts University

Vladimir Todorović (Serbian: Владимир Тодоровић; Pančevo, SFR Yugoslavia; 26 January 1974) is a Serbian entrepreneur and politician.

Early life and education

Todorović was born on 26 January 1974 in Pančevo where he finished his primary and secondary education. After completing Conscription military service in 1993 in Niš, he enrolled at the School of Political Science, University of Belgrade.

In 2001 he completed a Master's program at Tufts University with joint work at Harvard Business School, specializing in three fields: International Business, Technology Policy and Management and International Development. His Master's thesis was written on “Internet Banking, Break Even Point for Going Online”.


In 1994, Todorović completed an internship with International Rescue Committee. Immediately after this, he accepted a position with the International Orthodox Christian Charities, where he started a microfinance program, to provide self-reliance for refugees escaping war in Bosnia and Croatia.[1].

After his graduate program, Todorović worked for a number of tech companies including IBM, International Data Group and Cisco Systems.

In 2012 Todorović became the Deputy Director of Delivery and Project Management Office in Michael Bloomberg administration.[2][3]. In 2017, he returned to Serbia to work full time on his startup Giftwalker, a children's party planning app[4]. Shortly after, he decided to turn to Serbian politics. After some initial conversations he formed a new political movement: Alternative Road (Treći put), where he serves as a president.[5]


  1. Staff, T. N. H. "IOCC $25M Milestone in Microloans Boosts Business, Entrepreneurship in Balkans". The National Herald. Retrieved 2021-03-18.
  2. "City of New York - 1467 Employees - US Staff".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications, 2013. DoITT 2013 List of Policymakers. New York, pp.76-77.
  4. "About Us". giftwalker.app. Retrieved 2021-03-18.
  5. "Home". Treći put. Retrieved 2021-03-18.

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