Marko Dimitrijević is an entrepreneur, investor, nature photographer and Founder of Volta Global. He is a visionary leader who has invested in over 150 countries, including 120 emerging or frontier markets.
Volta Global focuses on investments in venture capital, private equity, real estate and public markets. Marko founded the firm after almost four decades of experience in entrepreneurial investing and steers the group with a vision to be open-minded, forward-thinking and flexible.
His expertise in emerging and frontier markets led Marko to co-author ‘Frontier Investor: How to Prosper in the Next Emerging Markets’, in which he shares his ideas and strategies for investing in lesser-known emerging markets. He has also written for AlleyWatch, Thrive Global and Hedge Fund Law Report, been featured in leading financial and business publications, such as Barron’s and Institutional Investor, among others, and received many awards throughout his career for his work in the financial sector.
Marko is also a dedicated philanthropist who serves on the Board of the Executive Committee of Make-A-Wish Southern Florida. He is also the founder of the Miami Science Museum Underwater Festival, an event that helped fund many academic scholarships. He previously served on the executive committees of the Frost Science Museum and the Pasteur Foundation.
In addition to being an award-winning nature photographer, Marko is a dedicated conservationist and founder of Art Benefits Earth. By promoting the work of nature artists, Art Benefits Earth works to encourage the conservation of the planet’s ecosystems and natural resources.
Marko graduated from the University of Lausanne and earned an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. In support of his alma mater, he is a patron of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Emerging Markets Innovation Fund and previously served on the boards of Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Stanford Business School Trust.