Owner of Catalytico ~ ideas in motion and Co-founder of CityAge
Miro Cernetig is an award-winning journalist who also owns Catalytico— ideas in motion, a boutique firm that develops creative strategies and manages brands. He is also co-founder of CityAge, an international media and conference company that looks at the business of city building in our urban century.
Miro has worked across Canada, North America and Asia, serving as the Globe and Mail's bureau chief in Beijing, New York, Vancouver, Edmonton and the Arctic. He was also the Quebec bureau chief for the Toronto Star. During his 25-year career Miro has worked in film, print and digital mediums for the Globe and Mail, the CBC, the Toronto Star and most recently as a staff columnist at the Vancouver Sun.
Miro's writing -- on business, culture, politics and public policy -- has also appeared in ROB Magazine, the New York Times, the Economist, the International Herald Tribune and People Magazine.
His TV documentaries have been broadcast in dozens of countries. Miro’s most recent documentary, Carbon Hunters, is being broadcast in primetime in Canada, the United States and other countries.
He was the recipient of the National Newspaper Award in 2001 for international reporting. He currently lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he is owner of Catalytico -- ideas in motion, bringing his national and international experience to creative strategy development.