The new format hosted by the German Council of Shopping Places
More than ever, everything stays different.
But how does it look like, this city of the future? What about retail, and which role will we play then? At REBOOT, you’ll negotiate the tomorrow, and the day after with initiators of the retail sector and different disciplines. Please join and think, talk and argue with us, We are looking forward to 2 days filled with a pioneering spirit, discourse and fresh ideas.
Use your REBOOT properly: at the end, you must decide which topic thrills you most and which workshop to attend.
Will the front be the back tomorrow? That’s this REBOOT’s all-important question which needs one thing above everything else: a real 360° view. With this in mind, we have invited selected speakers who promise exciting impulses from very different angles. With one big advantage: they are not self-proclaimed future experts, but grown pragmatists.
Every day, these experts take responsibility for small and big changes bringing our society forward. They translate their experience into business models of today and tomorrow. In other words: they make applicable suggestions. They’re one of us.
For over 20 years, the head of the influential Swiss Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute, has been tapping into new ideas on socially relevant topics. He passionately searches for the stories behind the stories and uses them to create high-quality scenarios for the future with his think tank. At REBOOT, he does what we invited him to do: Provoking professionally. His keynote topic is:
The end of consumption.
He is Professor of Digital Media at the Faculty of Design at Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences and Creative Managing Director at SENSORY-MINDS, a design studio for innovative technologies and smart media. Prof. Henseler coaches such renowned companies as Adidas, Apple, Google, Lufthansa and Mercedes-Benz with regard to the opportunities for companies, but also for society as a whole, arising from the changes in digitalization in the age of Industry 4.0. He leads the workshop "Digitize the future" at REBOOT.
The 24-year-old has been named Mrs. Code, is in the Forbes ranking 30 under the age of 30 and is co-founder of the digital consulting start-up Codesign Factory. She is the shooting star of the tech industry and wants to take away e.g. the fear of young people for programming. She is currently doing her double bachelor's degree in sinology and economics. The next start-up is already being planned. Her wake-up lecture title is:
Tech for future
She is pitch coach, speaking coach and moderator. And she's there when it comes to the future of our planet. The world consists of Algorithms and Machine Learning, Collaborative Technologies, IoT and Artificial Intelligence, Mobility, Decentralization of X and Blockchain.
She is co-founder of the innovation agency The Red Lab and produces the podcast „Morgen ist Zukunft“. And because that is not enough, she co-founded the parties "Democracy in Motion" and "Democracy in Europe" and stood as a candidate for the EU Parliament in 2019.
She says that the issue of digitization must go where our society is actually shaped: into politics. Her expertise and charm will guide you through REBOOT.
She is Managing Director of VORN Strategy Consulting. The company is the brand and management consultancy of the Hirschen Group, one of the largest agency groups in Germany with 800 employees. As a strategist and innovation consultant, she passionately develops innovative brand and business strategies. As a retail expert for the well known „Zukunftsinstitut“, she also advises leading retail companies. At REBOOT, she talks about it:
The retail year 2020 and why everything is different than expected
She is head of blackprint Booster, the tech hub of the German real estate industry. Together with her colleagues, she promotes digital business models, makes founders fit for the future and networks with and for them. In 2019 she was awarded the German Excellence Prize in the category "Manager & Macher" and the real estate manager selected her as one of the top 25 women in the real estate industry. Together with Bianca Praetorius, she will also present the European Innovation Prize for Retailing: Start-up at REBOOT.
He is co-founder and managing partner of Four Parx GmbH and board member of the Logistics Real Estate Initiative (LOGIX). The business economist has been working in the logistics real estate market for over 23 years and develops logistics real estate and industrial parks. As an honorary advisory board to Joblinge GmbH, he supports young people in their search for a training place and he also supports the Deutsche Sporthilfe as curator. His subject:
Multi-storey logistics properties - Innovative overall concepts for the urban planning of the future
He is Managing Director of Stocksquare, a joint venture between OTTO and ECE. Under the Topic of Connected Commerce, a unique networking of stationary and online commerce is taking place. The business economist is familiar with the latest innovation frameworks from Stanford University and has developed numerous digital services for ECE's shopping centers, such as the Digital Mall. His subject:
Keynote lecture: Connected Commerce - Milestone on the way to the Shopping Center 2025
Together with fashion entrepreneur Marc Ramelow, she is the founder of Humino, an implementation consultancy for digital transformation. Her focus is the implementation of new business models and new working methods deriving from digitalization into the fashion industry. Clara Becker has been working in the marketing and e-commerce sector of the fashion industry for over 10 years now and therefore knows exactly what is relevant. Your subject:
Keynote lecture: We love imperfect retail innovation - How we connect ideas with people and get them to act.
The marketing expert is Web-2.0-Afficionada and Marketing Director of Wien 3420 AG. She is right in the middle of one of the most exciting urban development projects in Europe: the Vienna Seestadt, which is currently being built on a greenfield site just outside Vienna. More than 20,000 people will live and work here by 2028. In her work, Cornelia Bredt is responsible for topics such as urban development, public-private partnerships, office locations, retail and cultural display of ground floor areas in multi-storey garages. Her topic for us:
The Seestadt of Vienna - The Largest Urban Development Project in Europe
She is a university lecturer and founding partner of CITYFÖRSTER architecture urbanism. She has worked for David Chipperfield Architects, Berlin, Henning Larsen Architects, Copenhagen, and Beyond Green Design, London. Her field of work is the urban transformation processes. She focuses here on projects to promote a socially and functionally mixed city, a sustainably mobile city and works on the subject of recycling management. Verena Brehm works at the interface of architecture and urban planning and she manages the office's research-based projects. Your subject:
Making cities better - examples of successful urban utopias
He is a futurologist and urban geographer whose work combines the themes of the future, the city and mobility. The future is perspective and method on the same time, to question and uncover contemporary urban, mobility and living environments. He develops innovative strategies and tactics for the cities, spaces, organizations and people of the future. His subject:
Future data and future mobilities
Based in Hamburg, Katja Diehl is a communications and business consultant specialized in new mobility, new work and diversity. In 2019 she was elected one of “100 female leaders of the mobility sector”. She’s a keynote speaker, event and workshop moderator and a host of the biweekly podcast #SheDrivesMobility. After a career as a journalist and spokesperson and with the expertise as a leader in companies of the logistics and mobility sector, Katja Diehl advises established companies and start-ups in brand communications and positioning. She’s at the lead of PR & Communications for door2door in Berlin, the market leader for ridepooling technologies.
After her first retail experience at American Apparel, the graduate interior designer proved herself early and founded her own company selling furniture and interiors. She has been with the retail architecture firm Schwitzke since 2012 and, together with her team, has realised holistic retail and shopping centre concepts that have attracted great attention in the industry and internationally. Her latest project? The largest shopping and leisure destination in Switzerland, the Mall of Switzerland. At REBOOT she presents her trading vision for 2020.
He’s an enthusiast of urban logistics and mobility topics. After his studies in Göttingen and Seoul, the graduate in business administration worked five and a half years as a business consultant at Roland Berger. Today, as a Senior Manager Development at HERE Technologies, he supports retailers and logisticians in offering improving services on the last mile thanks to location technologies – in times of growing traffic volumes.
As a passionate and visionary SVP Sales at DILAX, Carolina brings her experience in strategic customer development (B2B) and SaaS to DILAX on a daily basis. Customers in local public transport, retail, shopping centres and the leisure industry benefit from their comprehensive consulting expertise. She supports customers in improving performance and increasing market share through use-case-oriented data analysis. Carolina has a clear understanding of the changing global market and the challenges of IOT, Omnichannel, ITxPT and urban mobility.
Steffen Hofmann is founder and Managing Partner of iMallinvest. He founded the company in 2014 and previously worked for Henderson Global Investors, the Henderson-mfi joint venture and Commerz Grundbesitz Investmentgesellschaft.
Steffen is a true European retail real estate specialist with more than 18 years of experience in the shopping center industry. He operates in seven international markets (GER, AUT, UK, ESP, POR, ITA, HUN) and has a strong understanding of shopping center investment and asset management mechanisms across the continent.
Steffen has been Chairman of the Asset Management Panel of the German Council of Shopping Centres (GCSC) since 2015. He is also a lecturer at the International Real Estate Business School (IREBS).
The industrial engineer is CEO of DILAX Intelcom GmbH. Under his leadership, DILAX focuses on transforming local data into knowledge by recording and evaluating flows of people in urban space. He started in business consulting, later managed large online and ERP projects for various companies, mainly in retail sector. His subject:
How to get through the city of the future in a relaxed way thanks to precisely evaluated data.
After many years in various management positions at Karstadt Warenhaus GmbH, the Berlin-by-choice-resident has been managing director of the world's first concept shopping mall Bikini Berlin since 2016. This is where innovative concepts are created that go far beyond the shopping experience. Art and culture find their place in the bikini next to pop-up stores and first-class gastronomy. Even overnight stays are possible. Antje Leinemann is involved in the trade committee of the IHK Berlin, in the Board of the trade association Berlin Brandenburg e.V. as well as in the advisory board of the AG City. Your subject:
The Handelsblatt newspaper once named the founder of the Institute for Strategy and Applied Hermeneutics the IT Strategist of the Year, Computerwoche called him Chief Information Officer of the Year. We have invited the computer scientist and biotechnologist in his function as historian, strategist and visionary. He has lived in Tokyo, New Delhi, New York and Berlin and is predestined for his subject:
Better Cities - A new perspective on the city of tomorrow.
Ania Pilipenko is the chairman of the cooperative for urban creativity Berlin Holzmarkt. The most diverse backgrounds, ideas and interests come here together to form a groundbreaking project, which is developed with the soul of Berlin and thereby generates a win-win for all. A place for bold ideas, crazy art, great music and extraordinary events, where business and creativity stimulate each other. Her subject:
He is founder and Managing Partner of Düsseldorf-based gmvteam GmbH and Managing Director of the Retail Competence Centre at Handelsverband Deutschland. He supports new commerce initiatives in commerce and industry as a consultant and interim executive. His heart beats for practice-oriented trade innovations and the purchasing scenarios of tomorrow. For example, he is the initiator of the groundbreaking Future City Langenfeld, in which retail, housing and leisure merge into a unique experience space. At Reboot he is a participant in the workshop discussion on Rethink Retail and brings in his broad application knowledge on Retail Technologies, Neuro-Marketing Skills and Design Thinking.
The graduate in business administration is Director Leasing Strategy & Cooperations at dan pearlman Markenarchitektur GmbH, where he is responsible for sales strategies and brand cooperation. His responsibilities include the development of sales and leasing concepts, especially in the retail sector. Mathias Sander's excellent knowledge of the European retail landscape is reflected in his role as a juror for the Solal Award, as well as his memberships in the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and the organizing committee of the European Marketing Conference (ICSC). His subject:
The future of shopping centers as part of the Experience Economy
The founder of the consulting company SH Selection is a well known expert of German and international trade (and still German record holder in the 3 x 1000 m relay race). He helped clients such as Sephora, Benetton, Skechers and Zara to enter the German and European markets and to find suitable properties. He also developed usage concepts for shopping centers such as the Alexa in Berlin. At REBOOT he is a participant in the workshop discussion on the subject of Rethink Retail.
The banker, who holds a PhD in commercial engineering, is a member of the Management Board of CapTen AG, a management consultancy for logistics and logistics real estate. He is also Chairman of the ZIA Logistics Real Estate Committee. He has more than 20 years of professional experience in the logistics industry and, following various management positions at management consultancies, insurance companies and Aareal Bank AG, has been a member of the Management Board of CapTen AG since 2005. His subject:
Retail meets Logistics 2030 - How will logistics and retail spaces be conneccted in the future?
He is Business Unit Coordinator Logistics, Transport & Mobility at the working group of the Fraunhofer Institute for Supply Chain Services. There, economic methods and technological solutions are combined with mathematical models in order to optimize business processes on the basis of data and to realize digital transformation. As the author of numerous market studies, Uwe Veres-Homm has a profound overview of the various submarkets in the European logistics market and has led numerous projects for the analysis and development of market data in the logistics sector. At REBOOT he will introduce us to the topic of
"Mobility and logistics in the city of the future".
She is District Manager of Überseequartier Nord in Hamburg's HafenCity and Head of Center & Quarter Management at BNP Paribas Real Estate Property Management GmbH. In Überseequartier Nord she manages the everyday life of the community and acquires new business concepts. She is a lawyer she will participate in our workshop discussion on the subject of Rethink Retail.
He is a partner at NOLUS, a German start-up based on best contacts to governments, intelligence services, military and industry around the globe. The political scientists is researching since 6 years intensively the questions to the enterprise security, 5 years long of it as a managing director of the Federal association alliance for security in the economy. He is co-initiator and co-author of the security study "Disinformation" and advisor to the Association of Value-Oriented SMEs on the topics of digitization and corporate security.
She’s a business lawyer with a focus on compliance and corporate security. She also studied criminology, juvenile criminal law and prison law at the University Cologne. Furthermore, she’s a certified Business Continuity Manager (CBCM). Since more than three years, Feride Yildirim works at WISAG Sicherheit & Service Holding where she is responsible for economic security. She’s also active in several, partly international, security organizations, BCM and compliance associations. Her topic:
Is a darknet attack haunting the real estate industry?
How we can protect ourselves against cyber-attacks and data spills.
The trained bookseller is Head of Center Management and Managing Director at Völkel Company in Hamburg, one of the market leaders in the German retail real estate market. His roots lie in the retail trade, and he has now been active in the real estate business for 17 years. At REBOOT he is a participant in the workshop discussion on the subject of Rethink Retail.