New kitchen, new bed, new desk: during the pandemic, but also afterwards, Germans have invested heavily in their own four walls. The good mood has now evaporated. In this interview, Marc Fahrig, sector and retail expert at enomyc, explains the reasons behind the turnaround and how retailers and industry can meet the challenges.
“There are not many things in this world that multiply when you share them – apart from happiness,” as Albert Schweitzer once quipped. Another exception we found to this aphorism is the sharing of contacts, as we were fortunate enough to experience again last Friday in Hamburg.
From the school desk directly to university or vocational training – in their search for a professional career, many students initially decide to take on an internship. What can be expected to be gained from this? And have your expectations in the field of business consultancy been fulfilled? We recently sat down for an interview with one of our interns, Levin Schily, who was at our company for three months. What tasks did we entrust him with? What were his highlights, what new insights was he able to gain, and how has the internship at enomyc influenced his future professional career? Find out more!
Imagine that a company is in a difficult economic situation. The annual result is deep in the negative and creditors are demanding their money back. The shareholders, who also have money invested into the company, are now considering waiving part of the (interest) liabilities of the company. That sounds like a good idea. But what would be the tax consequences of this decision?
Exactly one year ago, "K & H Businesspartner" presented itself with a completely new brand identity. Today we are celebrating 1 year of enomyc. What exactly were the motivations for the rebranding? What were the biggest challenges in the digital transformation process and what are the benefits for companies we advise? Julia Hammer, Change Officer and Director at enomyc, talks about this in an interview.
Expanding the service business appears particularly promising as an alternative way to increase earnings. But what does it mean in concrete terms to attach appropriate relevance to the service business? What implications does this have for corporate management and what is involved in the service strategy and expansion of the service portfolio?
2019 was colourful. It had its charms, it had its peculiarities, its hurdles and surprises. For us it all was clearly under the tide of transformation. We had anticipated some economic developments and still were astonished on how they finally appeared.
Knowledge is power and this is especially true for knowledge about future developments. Those who know with a very high probability what will happen next are literally one step ahead of their competitors. Predictive analytics is a technology that aims to achieve precisely these insights. How does the process behind this technology work and how can companies use the data gained from it profitably for their own business model? Mario Trapp, senior consultant at enomyc, shares his insights with us.
When was the last time you gathered your entire team in one place? What was the occasion and what was the feedback like?
Mergers and acquisitions: In nearly every instance the accompanying change processes trigger uncertainty among the affected employees - sometimes even a clear defensive attitude. Why is consistent post-merger integration particularly important here and how can companies get their workforce back on track in the PMI process?