Milan Sormaz | CEO
Milan Sormaz is OMNIA Tech’s Chief Executive Officer, where he is committed to OMNIA’s over-all direction as a company. He is responsible for a vast number of day-to-day decisions; however, his ultimate goal is introducing familiarity, excitement, and hope to the blockchain and cryptocurrency communities.
With close to 30 years’ experience as an entrepreneur, he founded a finance and insurance company at age 21 after completing his higher education at Carl-Fredrich-Gauß Gymnasium. Milan trained as an aircraft mechanic in Düsseldorf, Germany from 1988-1990 and at the same time got his pilot's license as a PPL.
Through the years, he has worked with some of the largest global banking and financial institutes including HVB and UniCredit Group, as well as brokers from ARCHON Group Germany, a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs. Milan participated as an original distribution partner for Juice Plus Germany in 1993, and his latest experience in the MLM industry comes from nearly four years spent with the U.S. /American company, FG Xpress.
Milan was born in Bosnia and raised in Germany, where he has spent most of his life. He continues his growth here with the OMNIA Tech family, and we appreciate his insights and dedication for a promising future.
Robert Velghe | Co-Founder
Robert Velghe was born and raised in Austria. By 1990, he had established himself as an entrepreneur owning multiple restaurants in Munich, Germany. He successfully sold those in 2003 and moved into the financial sector. Robert quickly became head of sales for one of the largest hedge funds globally, working with some of the worlds largest banking institutions.
After the financial crisis, in 2009 Robert established a company working closely with Samsung, bringing green, solar energy to Bulgaria, Romania and Italy. As of 2015 he has been focused on the blockchain sector with over 200,000 customers to date.
Robert founded OMNIA based on the principle that every person in the world should have the opportunity to participate in the blockchain economy, which he believes is one of the most significant technologies of his lifetime.