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.
Our seven most-read blog articles since the beginning of the year: what do they have in common? Definitely advice and expertise: possible scenarios and smart strategies. Retrospectives on yesterday's mistakes and outlooks on tomorrow's business models. It's great to have you with us all this time! We thank you very much for your loyalty as a reader and wish you a relaxing summer break and inspired reading!
"What kind of working environment do you want in order to stay motivated and work in an optimal way?" This question was the starting point for the renovation of enomyc's Stuttgart office. The newly designed rooms at our familiar location at Kleiner Schloßplatz 13 are now officially open. An inviting ambience, flexible and usable workplaces and state-of-the-art technology reflect the company’s good understanding of New Work.
Christmas and the turn of the year are a time for reflection. The last few years have been demanding for all of us in many respects, both in business and in our private lives. We would like to thank you, dear readers, dear business partners and especially our experts, our colleagues and our editors for your continued support and the always high level of interest in our interviews, professional articles and podcasts.
Since then, our editors have conducted more than 30 expert interviews in which experienced industry experts have shared their insights. These include Rita Herbers from Hamburger Volksbank, economist and psychotherapist Bessie Fischer-Bohn, Holger Rabelt from Commerzbank AG and many more. To mark our third anniversary, we have put together a selection for your summer reading in the form of our Editor's Pick: Reading highlights that have been particularly well received.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to you, dear readers, dear business partners and, above all, to our experts and colleagues for your continued support and the consistently high level of interest in our interviews, technical articles and podcasts. The year 2021 brought further challenges, but also many opportunities. Let us also make the best possible use of the year 2022: 365 new days, 365 new chances!
A year of major challenges is drawing to a close. Distance rules, mandatory masking, homeschooling in the home office, domestic isolation - and finally the second lockdown: each of us experienced drastic restrictions this year. Time to review: How did we experience the first lockdown? What impact did the pandemic have on our project work? What have we learned so far from the Corona crisis and what do we wish for 2021?
Congratulations to Aileen Sommer, Head of Business Development Telematics at LUIS Technology, Dr. Matthias Feistel, Managing Director of LUIS Technology and Franz Wenzel, Managing Consultant at enomyc, for receiving the "Best of Consulting" award from a competition put on by WirtschaftsWoche! Their joint project saves lives: LUIS Technology and enomyc have digitally enhanced the camera software-based turn assistant LUIS TURN DETECT® in such a way that accidents resulting from the ominous blind-spot turns can be avoided not only at the moment of danger itself: The intelligent system can now even function as an early warning system.
Admittedly, the decision to move into new office space was a bit behind schedule: as part of our rebranding, we had expanded our expertise, completed our digital transformation and started to live our cultural change. The crowning glory of the transformation was recently confirmed by the German Design Council in Berlin when we were awarded with the German Brand Award as the winner in the category 'Excellence in Brand Strategy and Creation'. “That is the confirmation: We have also completely convinced the demanding professional audience of our rebranding", says Julia Hammer, change agent and shareholder at enomyc.
“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.
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.
When was the last time you gathered your entire team in one place? What was the occasion and what was the feedback like?
enomyc was again part of the ICU Scholarship Final in Frankfurt. The scholarship of the QX-Quarterly Crossing Network of Excellence for students of all disciplines supports leadership talent by making them visible to top decision makers and by participating in various events. The QX network has been in existence since 1995 and now has over 2,000 members ranging from students to board members.