Milan Živković was born in Belgrade. In 1985 he graduated from the College of Fine Arts majoring in design. In 1985 he also graduated from the College of Commercials majoring in Sales Management. In 1988 he graduated from the School of Fine Arts Milan, majoring in furniture design.
He worked in the Belgrade Airport company, where he obtained license rights for Loud Sheet, Teleks and Supervisor for reception and equipment.
From 1986 he worked at the company Genex as a designer and in 1989 becomes the manager of the design centre and organized retails, expositions and trade fairs.
In 1992 moves to Cyprus and there establishes a manufacturing facility for furniture and upholstery. From 1993 to 1995 works on the position of technical manager and designer, in the company `Viocale 2000`, in departments related to design, technology process and production.
In 1996, focuses on furniture manufacturing and interior contracting.
From 1998 to 2001, manufactures children furniture, spatial interior design and reconstruction.
In 2001 returns to Serbia and establishes own private company and works as a representative of two Greek aluminum manufacturers for carpentry used in architecture.
From June 2006 till August 2007 he is working with his company teams as conductor on glass curtaining walls installation on Acropolis museum in Athens, Greece.
In September 2007, becomes a Country Manager for Globe Williams Serbia.