Personal Insights of World-leading CEOs
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On 2 and 3 September, 2022 in the Convention Area in Hall 23.
Geraldine de Bastion & Daniel Anibal Bröckerhoff
Geraldine de Bastion has focused her work over the last 18 years on digital transformation, international cooperation, innovation and human rights. She co-founded the Open Source consulting company Konnektiv in 2013 and is also the founder of the Global Innovation Gathering. Since 2012, she has been part of the curatorial team for the re:publica, Europe’s largest conference on the topic of the internet and society.
Daniel Bröckerhoff lives and works in Hamburg and Hanover as a journalist and presenter for linear television, digital moving image content and innovative events. Since October 2021, he has presented the NDR news magazine "NDRinfo 21:45" and on Instagram he presents "good morning dtschland. - die späteste Morningshow der Republik" several times a week, in which he explains, comments on and analyses current news topics.
Philosopher Peter Sloterdijk will place the current discussion about globalization in its social context and view the topic from a theoretical perspective.
Prof. Dr. Ronny Alexander Fürst
Prof. Dr. Ronny Alexander Fürst, Chancellor of AKAD University - in 2024 he will publish a book whose title can be translated as: Deglobalization - risk or salvation? In the tradeoff between economy, sustainability and politics. He will already be giving an insight into some of his theses.
Dr. Sara Warneke & Dr. Martin Schulte
Dr. Sara Warneke, Managing Director gfu, and Dr. Martin Schulte, Global Sector Leader at Oliver Wyman – the two economists will present a joint international study. This shows the consumer's perspective on globalization in relation to consumer & home electronics. What does this group think about a networked global economy?
Dr. Mauricio Vargas - Kristina Bonitz - Melanie Vogelbach - Prof. Marcel Fratzscher, Ph.D.
The panel discussion will focus on the pros and cons of globalization. Prof. Marcel Fratzscher, Ph.D. (President DIW Berlin), Melanie Vogelbach (International Economic Politics and Foreign Trade Law, DIHK), Kristina Bonitz (CEO at diffferent) and Dr. Mauricio Vargas (Economist and Financial Expert, Greenpeace) will discuss the issue.
Prof. Dr. Lisandra Flach
Prof. Dr. Lisandra Flach, Director of the ifo Center for International Economics – the economist will focus on supply chains. Until the pandemic, the challenges in this sector were at best special interest issues, but they now also concern consumers. What room for maneuver still exists here?
Jule Bosch, CEO HOLYCRAB! - For a long time, sustainability was only used as a marketing platitude, now politics and business must deliver content and follow up with action. Bosch works as an innovation consultant and will present the status and future prospects for discussion.
Jürgen Trittin, Member of the German Bundestag / former German Federal Minister for Environment – as an expert on international climate and energy policy, Trittin will talk about the fact that not deglobalization, but rather a Globalization 4.0 must be an absolute goal.
Dr. Reinhard Zinkann
Dr. Reinhard Zinkann, Executive Director at Miele, will talk about his current experience and approach to supply chains, production sites, sustainability and resilience in the face of current global crises.
A short workshop of the strategy agency diffferent gives all visitors of the IFA+ Summit the opportunity to think through various scenarios and possible strategies for action and solutions.
Prof. Dr. Yanis Varoufakis
Prof. Dr. Yanis Varoufakis, economist and former Greek Minister of Finance - he will take over the Call-2-Action and appeal to the responsibility of companies and every single person to actively deal with Globalization 4.0 and to (co-)establish a smart implementation of measures in their own surroundings.