Posts under the Topic:
Philosophy & ethics
11.10.2019
Sustainable start-ups: Can climate protection and business work in combination?
Green, greener, start-up. More and more companies are focusing on sustainability. But how can this demand be met without foregoing the demands of a prospering business? In this interview, CHOOOSE founder Andreas Slettvoll indicates how this can work.
30.09.2019
The Rise and Risk of Purpose Driven Marketing
Purpose Driven Marketing is all about tact. Where are the pitfalls for companies and how can they avoid them?
22.07.2019
“For more than money good philosophy is needed”
DMEXCO is encouraging reflection on the business - Philosopher Dr. Brennan Jacoby about trust and giving meaning to work
11.07.2019
Tech, start-ups and politics – the podcast with Lars Klingbeil
The SPD Secretary General reveals his view of the state of Digitalisation in Germany.
11.07.2019
True transparency is harder than it seems
Brand transparency is no longer an option, but marketing requirement. Five marketing experts discuss their biggest challenges when it comes to improving brand transparency and consumer trust.
05.07.2019
Having a ‘purpose’ is no longer enough
Time and time again we hear of the value of purpose-driven marketing, so how do brands differentiate themselves when having a purpose no longer sets you apart from the competition?
22.05.2019
What customer loyalty really means
It took several decades from the discount brand to the loyalty programme. If you want to make more of it, you have to be creative today.
08.05.2019
What influencers and companies are allowed to do
Media attorney Christian Solmecke explains what companies have to pay attention to in their social media presence and which issues are still not clearly regulated.
11.04.2019
Purpose marketing: more attitude, please!
Global brands like Nike or Procter & Gamble have shown the way: is attitude towards social issues becoming the new marketing discipline?
22.03.2019
SAP’s Martin Wezowski: with punk rock and respect for customers
In our podcast, the chief designer and futurist of SAP explains to us why relationships and empathy are so important in marketing.