Digital Culture - Development opportunities in the world of digitalization
For a successful digital transformation, a strong digital strategy is critical. However, this requires a corporate culture that is conducive to its implementation. But what does digital culture mean? And how does a company get the culture in line with the digital strategy? There are various approaches for embedding a digital culture, such as restructuring or even creating new divisions. Only in this way can companies avoid risks and benefit from digitalization.
Alexander Otto has always been communicating a lot – as a freelancing editor, PR Manager or blog author. Does all that now on a professional level for Tradebyte. And has never lost his curiousity for commuication itself.
- married, 2 kids
- living in Berlin-Zehlendorf
- studied in Hamburg and Münster
- master degree in Philosophy, Economic Policy and Political Science
- 9 years with Bertelsmann before joining eBay in 2011
- several responsibilites in Business Development Teams
- taking leadership for Fashion Account Management Team in 2015
- since 2018 Head of Sports, reponsible for B2C business in Sports & Lifestyle categories on eBay.de
Raised in the Alps and obsessed with programming since his teenage years, Jonas loves the outdoors. 2010 he teamed up with friends and founded komoot. To date komoot is europe's biggest outdoor platform, continuously inspiring over 6 million users to explore more. With a background in computer science, sociology and management consulting,
Jonas passion is in product and company building. 2017 he led the change of komoot into a radically remote first philosophy with a rapid growing team of currently 40 employees working from more than 17 cities all around Europe.
Stefan Herzog has managed three large companies in our industry: SportScheck, Karstadt Sports and Intersport Voswinkel.
His last stop in the trade was SportScheck - from 2005, Herzog was Managing Director of the OTTO Group subsidiary for ten years.
Herzog then went into business for himself with the consulting firm Herzog SportsConnection.
The 57-year-old advises industry and trade with a focus on transformation. Herzog is, among other things, a shareholder
at KellerSports and holds various supervisory board mandates.
Since September 2019 Herzog is also Secretary General of the vds (Verband deutscher Sporthändler).
Hannah leads panel discussions and interviews - charming, spontaneous and always authentic. She moderates congresses and events on various topics on large, small and private stages.