More than 14,000 visitors from around the globe visited Europe’s largest IT-vendor event, the Fujitsu Forum 2015 in Munich, Germany and experienced two days packed with inspiring information about current IT- and industry trends.
I have been working with Fujitsu and the wonderful team from head of event since 2007 and had the pleasure again this year to work as a presenter for Fujitsu’s Workplace Anywhere, detailing solution for the mobile workplace.
Zu einer Konferenz und Zeitreise lud die Gegenbauer Gruppe über 200 ausgewählte Kunden und Partner aus Politik und Wirtschaft ins Berliner Gasometer um eine Blick auf die Zukunft der nachhaltigen Metropolen im Jahr 2025 zu werfen.
Internationale und prominente Experten wie Jacob van Rijs, Prof. Dr. Harald Welzer, Prof. Dr. Stephan Rammler, Sabine Nallinger und Jens Mühlhaus sprachen in ihren Keynotes über die Herausforderungen in den Bereichen Stadtentwicklung, Energie, Umwelt und Klimaschutz im Allgemeinen.
Following the motto “Cross-over innovation for future packaging”, Reifenhäuser Group invited 100 international selected experts from the industry to the “Rethinking Day 2015”.
True to their core values of passion and open communication, the participants were invited to learn about Reifenhäuser’s newest technologies and discuss innovative ideas for the new projects.
A wonderful experience with a great team and truly involved participants.
This year’s G-20Y Summit took place in Évian-les-Bains at Lake Geneva. Over 100 participants from around the globe gathered at the historic Hotel Royal to discuss the world’s most pressing challenges in areas like energy, finance or health.
As Master of Ceremony & Moderator, I once again had the privilege of accompanying the participants throughout the summit at the Hotel Royal, as well as during the Closing Gala Dinner at Chateau de Ripaille.
I just published the fifth and last article “Better Presentations – Mirror Neurons” about how neural processes in our brain control the perception of ourselves and others. You can read the full article on Chris Cuhl’s blog.
This article is currently available in German only.