Professor Andreas Kaplan explains why the Metaverse opens new dimensions of sustainability, both challenges and opportunities.
Alisa Sydow explains that cryptocurrencies have a positive social and economic impact, but also an important environmental footprint.
Ken Chan explains that while significant progress has been made in LGBT+ rights, there is still much to be done to combat state-sanctioned discrimination.
Frédéric Jallat explains why climate change is currently the biggest health threat facing humanity.
Lorena Blasco-Arcas explains how important and complex consumer data is for marketing.
Prof. Erwan Lamy talks about information governance and the need for organizations to protect themselves from false or bad information, which can be very costly.
Ocean Outdoor Head of Marketing & Events Helen Haines explains what out-of-home advertising can bring to brands.
Prof. Michael Haenlein explains that the number of companies offering related services have steadily grown and influencer marketing is becoming of increasing relevance for many firms.
Prof. Frédéric Jallat talks about rare diseases, which affect more than 6% of the global population.
Entrepreneurship expert Alisa Sydow shares findings from the Women’s Entrepreneurship Report and her research.
Prof. Philip Meissner comments on the European Center for Digital Competitiveness’s new Digitalreport, which summarizes the current digital state of Germany and shows business and political leaders have high expectations for their new government.