2016-04-27

These Are Our Great Media Partners, Part 3

We’re teaming up with a number of different media partners again for the tenth re:publica. Now already in the third round of our series, we introduce the next three seasoned publications for the #rpTEN.

 

 


Geek Park – @GeekParkNet

Our motto is TEN. TEN is NET. We take a look in the mirror and see: What’s the status of the digital society in 2016?

More seamless connection between people and people, and between people and each facet of the society. Moreover, technology is shedding more light on how to create more force for good.

Looking back at the last decade: What was the biggest event/ the most interesting development/ the biggest change happening within the digital society?

The invention of the mobile phones, especially the birth of the iPhone.

#rpTEN: What are you looking forward to for the anniversary?

More people who are willing to learn more about China's digital world.


Radioeins – @Radioeins

10 years of re:publica: What was your best experience at the last events? What really stayed with you?
Hmm, well it wasn’t the roasted grasshoppers... But: We did find out about the fake real estate company Goldgrund through the re:publica (Alex Rühle’s session "Our city on golden foundations"). That was great! Always nice: the panels dealing with gender and equality. Lots of topics, a wild mix, rich in diversity.

Our motto is: TEN. We take a look in the mirror and ask: What’s your take on the state of the digital society in 2016?
Heading straight for the big guns, are we?! Well, then, we’ll have to dish out some proverbial wisdom: Light and shadow. Freedom and control. Active citizenship and hate. In short: So-so.

Looking back at the last decade: What was the biggest event/ the most interesting development/ the biggest change that happened within the digital society?
Not a very original answer, but it’s true: the smartphone. The biggest quake: Edward Snowden and what we all know since then.

#rpTEN: What are you especially looking forward to for the anniversary?
Our show. And: the beer after our show!

 

#DMW – @DigiWomenDE

10 years of re:publica: What was your best experience at the last events? What really stayed with you?

10 years of re:publica obviously has more than just one highlight in store. We founded our first branch outside of our founding location, Hamburg, in Berlin at the 2012 re:publica. Since then, we’ve become active in 5 cities and are looking to expand even further. A few of us took to the big stage for the very first time at your event and we’ve grown with you. Every year, women from our network are featured on your stages and help contribute to your exemplary quota of female speakers. We’re very proud of that!

Our motto is: TEN. We take a look in the mirror and ask: What’s your take on the state of the digital society in 2016?

There’s a lot of development – and there’s still a lot that needs to be done. The digital society offers so many chances and so much potential. A quote from our mission statement best exemplifies our attitude: "The digital transformation is our playground, the networks are our strength. That is also what digital leadership signifies. We are confident that we can leverage the full potential of the digital shift through a considered, open and individualized management culture. In a world of digital leadership, innovative, bold and determined women from all cultures have a fixed place in the management of companies, organizations and businesses."

#rpTEN: What are you especially looking forward to for the anniversary?

As every year, we’re looking forward to meeting up with all the women and men from our community from all over Germany. Despite our love of the digital, we also always love a personal and direct exchange. That’s also why the re:publica is an integral part of the calendar for so many #DMW.

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