Smart City - Resilience

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Factory Berlin Görlitzer Park

Lohmühlenstraße 65

12435 Berlin

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How will Berlin look like in the year 2022? - Come and discuss future scenarios in a post-pandemic era.

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Crises drive us to reflect and rethink our old ways of living, which in turn results in innovation and adaptation of new structures. Every challenge is also an opportunity.

The ongoing crisis of Covid-19 has changed significantly the way we interact with our urban environment. It shifted the way we move in the city, altered our consumption behaviour, reduced our social interaction and subjected us to increased state regulation. Almost all industries, from tourism and banking to local government and small businesses, had to rethink the way they operate and adapt themselves to a new reality.

When the dust of the current pandemic will settle, how will our cities look like? Would we go back to ‘business as usual’ or implement new measures and new business models to make our city more resilient to future shocks?

Smart City Hub powered by BIA - Berlin Innovation Agency is launching a new season of hybrid (online and offline) events under the topic of Resilience. Our events will focus on how to make our cities and businesses more shock-proof, test new ideas and nurture a next normal that will be better than what it replaced.

WHAT? 

Resilient Cities

FORMAT:

The event is a hybrid event and will incorporate live audience (according to regulations) while being streamed online to hundreds of viewers in an interactive format.

WHEN?

Tuesday, July 7th - 6 pm

WHERE?

Factory Görlitzer Park, 5th Floor, Wildenbruch Room

Lohmühlenstraße 65, 12435 Berlin

If you are joining virtually, here is the online Link.

AGENDA:

18:00 - Open doors and Welcome

18:30 - Keynotes and Panels

20:00 - Networking

SPEAKERS:

In the event 5 bold speakers will share their perspective on Berlin in 2022 and will answer questions from the audience and from viewers at home.

Simon Höher @ Hybrid City Lab - Simon heads the Hybrid City Lab, the public design unit of Berlin-based innovation firm zero360. With academic background in social and political science, he co-founded and headed 2 StartUps in Berlin and London, in the realm of open source hardware, collaborative design and international development. In his work, he explores systemic concepts of technology, culture, and society in a global context as well as mentoring young startups in developing tech products

Thomas Kraubitz @ Buro Happold - Thomas is strategic planner, urban designer and architect with a strong focus on resilient environments. He is a Project Manager and designer for integrated development planning, strategic planning, energy concepts, green industrialisation and corporate sustainability in Central Europe and beyond.

Emil Graeber @ Joschka Fischer - Emil Graeber is a Public Affairs and Communications Expert with a special focus on digital and mobility as a Service (MaaS). With background in Political Communication and Strategy, he began his professional career at a large municipal mobility service provider in the management department, where he built up a team for digital communication and, among other things, managed the car sharing service.

Nathalie Teer @ Bitkom - Nathalie Teer is a consultant in the digital transformation department at Bitkom and is responsible for the topic of mobility. Whether autonomous driving, mobility platforms, ride sharing or seamless traveling - she discusses all these and more exciting topics in the working groups of intelligent mobility or automated, networked and autonomous driving. She worked as a consultant and studied management and public policy in Paris and Berlin.

Ozan Yilmaz @ AVA - Ozan is a project manager in the field of radical innovation and digital-driven business. He developed his skills and talents throughout various positions in large corporations, startups and the public sector. Academically he has been shaped in Chicago and Berlin and holds a degree in Economics. At AVA, he is mainly focusing his energies on commercial activities, partnerships, sales strategies as well as on representing AVA.

Register for free, spread the word and join us for an evening full of inspiring talks and networking.

Looking forward to see you there,

BIA - Berlin Innovation Agency Team

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Factory Berlin Görlitzer Park

Lohmühlenstraße 65

12435 Berlin

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