Muamer Babajic was born and raised in Germany. His parents are Bosnian. Growing up in Germany while the war was going on at his parents home country, he understood that education is key to development, prosperity and self-determination.
He graduated in business administration in Munich and founded his first company, Masterwerk® in 2009, in the peak of the economic crisis. Masterwerk® supplies components and engineering services mainly to the German car industry.
In 2014, Muamer Babajic was awarded the ‚Münchener-Phönix-Preis‘ by the City of Munich. Amongst other humanitarian engagements, Muamer Babajic and the whole team of Masterwerk® joined forces to organize immediate help after the devastating flood in Western Balkans in that same year. Muamer Babajic is a regular speaker at symposia and panels with topics attached to economic opportunities in Western Balkans, the boost of growth and new models of collaboration.
In 2016 he started the “Deutsches Kompetenzzentrum für Robotik” (DKR) located in Tuzla BIH with its primary goal to educate young people in the fields of automation, robotics and industry 4.0. In 2017, he was rewarded the ‚manager-of-the-year-award’ in Sarajevo.
He is convinced that long-term peace-keeping in the Western Balkan region can only be achieved through education in state-of-the-art-technology. He wants to connect people from foreign countries and from all regional origins to build a bright future on common interests.