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Markus Albers

Expert on Digital Transformation
Journalist


Category

Innovation & Future

Topics

Change
Digitalisierung
Entrepreneur
Society
Innovation
Communication
Media
Technology
Work-Life-Balance
Future

Language

German
English



Markus Albers is author, consultant and entrepreneur and deals with the new world of work and change through technology for many years.

After completing his master's degree in Political Science, Philosophy and Communication Science, he worked as a journalist in various - often leading - positions in major national media. Markus Albers was editor at Welt am Sonntag and SZ Magazin, department head of Tomorrow magazine, Berlin correspondent for the British magazine Monocle and managing editor of Vanity Fair Germany. As an author he has worked for NDR television and various radio stations, as well as for renowned print titles - his texts have appeared in Brand Eins, Die Zeit, GQ, AD, Spiegel and Stern. Today he writes the column "Flight Mode" for the magazine Lufthansa Exclusive.

Since 2010, he has been co-founder and managing partner of Rethink GmbH, which develops cross-platform media content and advises companies on communication strategy and brand positioning. In 2015 he founded Neuwork, a network of experts on the subject of new work.

Markus Albers is a member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences and a juror for the Lovie Awards, the BCM Award and Forework, a cross-company initiative for the future of work.

His books "Meconomy", "Rethinking Luxury" and the business bestseller "Morgen komm ich sp├Ąter rein" have been widely discussed and translated into five languages.

He is regularly invited as a keynote speaker and panelist on the topics of his books. Markus Albers is an experienced speaker who presents complex contexts in an understandable and entertaining way.

Topics

  • The Future of Work
  • Mobile and Flexible Working Models
  • Creativity and Innovation in Modern Companies
  • Personal Productivity, Information Management
  • Social Change in the World of Work due to Generations Y and Z
  • Worldwide Mobility Thanks to Modern Communication Technology
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