Talks and Events on Digital Growth Opportunities
Every year I’m available for a select number of speaking engagements around the world. My goal is to engage the audience with the opportunities for digital growth — to provide tangible experiences from the international environment that your guests can incorporate into their business aspirations.
Sharing insights worldwide — virtually or in person
With over two decades of experience, I address a diverse audience, from college students and young professionals to aspiring entrepreneurs and seasoned business owners to C-Suite executives.
Public appearances and corporate events
My activities include appearances at conferences, summits, and (virtual) corporate events worldwide, such as Mobile World Congress, Digital Transformation Summit, Trust in Tech Symposium, Digital Asia, Digital Enterprise Show, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Discover, and the Ministry of Economics.
Business schools and universities
I also collaborate with business schools and universities as a guest lecturer. These included the Harbin Institute of Technology, the University of Hohenheim, and Singapore University of Social Sciences. Key topics are digital growth, digital transformation, leadership, and tech for good.
|ASCEND 910 AI product launch
|School of Management and Economics
|Singapore University of Social Sciences
|SBO Singapore Business Owners
|Daimler think! tank
|Huawei eco-Connect Europe
|Mankenberg German Sales Meeting
|Trust in Tech Symposium
|Digital Transformation Summit
|Belfast, Northern Ireland
|AS-Schneider Group Global Sales Meeting
|5G Bring New Value
|Mobile World Congress
|University of Hohenheim
|Digital Enterprise Show
|Responsible Business Summit Europe
|ESG Investment Summit Europe
|Fifteen Seconds Festival
|Las Vegas, USA
Unlocking digital growth opportunities for innovators
As a mentor and jury member, I help innovators unlock digital growth opportunities. A notable event is Get in the Ring. The competition challenges startups around the world to “get in the ring.” Over 150 startups make it to the world finals. A panel of experienced entrepreneurs and investors then assesses their business models and award the best ideas.