Never before have we been in such a state of transition in so many aspects of life. While we are reaching with one foot towards the future, the other still seems somewhat rooted in the present whether that be culture, media , science, industry, business.
Marc, Matthias & Matthias (3M) will explore the Age of Transition, examining what drives it, motivates it and prevents it from fulfillment and how that affects us in our various aspects of life.
Uncomfortable Talks is a series of provocative and inspirational speeches about marketing & innovation and curated by LHBS lhbs.at .
Find out more about them at: checkdisout.com/
is the founder of Wirtschaftswunder. He has worked as a strategy and innovation consultant with agencies like Springer & Jacoby, Trendbuero, TBWA\ and Sturm und Drang before founding his own consultancy for research and development in 2004. During his time with Wirtschaftswunder Matthias has worked for national and international clients like Beiersdorf, Head, Sony PlayStation, HDI, Deutsche Post, Häagen Dazs, Tchibo and many others.
Matthias holds a degree as a Master of Arts in literature, economics and psychology.
Marc is a trained morphological market researcher. Previously, he led agency group Counterpart as managing director and was head of planning and market research. He has successfully helped corporations in diverse fields to position their brands and offerings on the market in a relevant way. Since 2011 Marc is a freelance research and strategy consultant and partner of Wirtschatfswunder.
Marc holds a degree in marketing-communications, complimented by a MBA degree in business design.
is the founder of Checkdisout. He has worked on the intersection between research, strategy and creation since 2005.
Before, Matthias worked as a freelance trend consultant for both agencies and clients including brands such as Ford, Head, Allianz, Deutsche Post. As part of the PSFK network he headed up the company‘s operations on the German Market, serving clients including Apple, BMW Group, SK Telecom and Tchibo.
He holds a degree in Media Arts and Design from Bauhaus-University Weimar.
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