It will be people, not machines that shape the future. We present pioneers, visionaries and role models who are passionate about change. Messe München Magazine tells their stories.
The one has over a million followers and hardly knows any of them. The other has been a manager in a male world for more than two decades. Karin Danner, manager of the Women’s Soccer Club of FC Bayern Munich, and the influencer Sohi Malih on the art of effective leadership.
Health research and biotech companies are continuing their work of measuring the human. What opportunities do personalized medicine offer?
Data Leaks, Hacks, Critical Infrastructure: Independent White-Hat-Hackers are keeping Companies save online. Their stories sometimes sound like Business-Thrillers.
One regularly puts his fortune at risk as part of his job. The other risks his neck in daring expeditions. We spoke with investor Benedict Rodenstock and climbing legend Stefan Glowacz about risk.
Born in Kenya, educated in Germany, at home in the world—Auma Obama talks about globalization, isolationism, and how, against all odds, she manages to remain an optimist
Sun, water, wind—much more is needed to achieve an energy turnaround than just generating green energy. A Bavarian village shows the way: green and local
She is a professor of technology, he is a Michelin-star chef: Sandra Hirche and Tohru Nakamura talk about artificial intelligence, optimized super-humans – and what really ticks robots off.
Lettuce from the techno-farm on the rooftop, burgers cultivated from stem cells: Hightech-pioneers are already producing tomorrow’s food. And they are certain: The future tastes delicious.
One is the uncrowned king of management consultancy; the other actually has royal blood in his veins. We talk to Roland Berger and Prince Luitpold about the aristocracy in the age of democracy, equal opportunities in Germany—and the value of fine porcelain.
For a long time, online stores and bricks-and-mortar retailers were bitter enemies. But that era is over. Now, each side is learning from the other—with both reaping the benefits.
One man has exquisite meals prepared for his guests every evening, while the other preaches about it when he can. We talked to Father Abbot Johannes Eckert and top restaurant owner and gastronome Michael Käfer about the perfect Lord’s Supper, the joy of eating and why radishes are no longer eaten at St. Boniface’s Abbey
Virtual reality is more than a pair of glasses with two monitors. This new technology now offers entirely new perspectives to both companies and consumers
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