DMEXCO @home 2021 is drawing closer. We talked to Judith Bremer from IBM iX, Daniel Schulten from netzkern, and Thomas Wlazik from TikTok about their current focus and what they’re hoping to gain from the digital trade show.
We talked to Laurent Buanec. The Country Director of Twitter Germany joined us for an interview to reveal what plans the company has, how the platform will be refined, and what users can look forward to in the future.
“What if we just saved the world?” That’s what Frank Schätzing will be asking in his talk on the first day of DMEXCO 2021. On September 7 at 10:20 a.m. CET, the German bestselling author (“The Swarm” and others) will be discussing his new book on the climate crisis and why society needs to take action now. In addition, ZDF correspondent and author Nicole Diekmann (“The Shitstorm Republic”) will be analyzing whether we’ve lost the ability to talk fairly and openly to each other in the digital world on September 7 at 5:40 p.m. CET together with other experts.
Diversity in boardrooms and female empowerment are among the hot topics of today. In an interview with DMEXCO, Frederike Probert, founder of Mission Female, explains how her network helps women climb the career ladder.
DoubleVerify pursues a clear mission: to help brands improve the effectiveness of their online advertising. In an interview, Mark Zagorski (CEO) reveals how the company achieves that and what priorities it wants to set for the future.
Nicolas Finet, founder and CMO of Sortlist, reveals in an interview which characteristics an agency must have to stand out from the crowd and which triggers can be used to leave 2021 stronger than before.
Women in leadership positions are still in the minority in 2021, although studies have shown that female leaders handle crises better than men. We asked Shelley Zalis, CEO of The Female Quotient, why women are more crisis-resistant.