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Interview: Marcos Raiser do Ó from Stripe on the future of the Internet economy
“The online economy has still not fully taken off,” says Marcos Raiser do Ó, Head of DACH & CEE at Stripe. In this interview, he explains what needs to be done to achieve a more networked Internet economy in Europe.
Doing business sustainably: 3 questions to futurologist Eike Wenzel
Doing business more sustainably is one of the main challenges for the digital industry. We asked Eike Wenzel, a renowned German futurologist, some questions regarding this interesting issue.
3 questions to Dorothee Bär: resilience through digitalization
How can companies in the digital industry show a clear attitude and better prepare for future crises? Dorothee Bär, Minister of State for Digitalization at the German Federal Chancellery, shares her thoughts on these questions.
Will the coronavirus permanently change the face of e-commerce?
The coronavirus crisis hasn’t just hit in-store retail, but has also set the ball rolling in many aspects of the world of e-commerce. What long-term effects can be expected in online retail?
How important is sustainability communication for brands and employer branding?
Whether on social media, when shopping, or out and about, the topic of sustainability is everywhere you look and is especially important to the younger generation. Companies that want to win over this group of society as future employees will have to focus on sustainable communication in the long term.
CJEU overturns Privacy Shield agreement: what you need to know
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has overturned the Privacy Shield agreement. In this article, we explore the implications this might have for your company and what you now have to put on your to-do list.
Are sustainability and social responsibility feasible in e-commerce?
Particularly for younger generations, sustainability and social responsibility are key buying factors. How can small and medium-sized e-commerce retailers ensure that their products meet these requirements?
Agile business development: trial and error instead of long-term planning
Speed, adaptability, and an absolute customer focus – agile business development enables companies to stay ahead of the curve and take the lead through innovation. Their emphasis is on flexibility rather than traditional development processes.