Axel Springer NOAH Berlin 2016: International entrepreneurial and business elite is meeting in the German capital again
Event is back at the Tempodrom, on June 8 and 9, 2016 / Agreement about long-term cooperation.
Axel Springer and the NOAH Conference are deepening their successful cooperation and have reached an agreement about a long-term cooperation. Following the conference’s impressive Berlin debut in 2015 – with 2,250 participants and 120 speakers, including Eric Schmidt, Arianna Huffington, Klaus Hommels, Oliver Samwer and Martin Schulz – this year Axel Springer will once again co-host a Berlin-based version of the conference, which originally started in London. In the course of the cooperation the conference will be renamed into “Axel Springer NOAH Berlin”.
“Axel Springer NOAH Berlin” will bring together disruptive challengers and established market leaders for the second time at the city’s Tempodrom on June 8 and 9, 2016. Over 100 presentations and discussions on the topic of digitalization are expected, featuring top decision-makers from the worlds of business and politics. On the eve of the conference, an exclusive Speaker’s Dinner will be hosted again at the Journalists’ Club of Axel Springer.
Marco Rodzynek, Founder and Managing Director of the NOAH Conference: “Today digitalization is more important than ever, for almost all business sectors. The Axel Springer NOAH Berlin will allow a lively exchange of ideas on this topic and, once again, prove to be an event of industry leaders.”
Jens Müffelmann, CEO Axel Springer Digital Ventures: “We were overwhelmed with positive feedback after the initial NOAH Conference 2015 in Berlin. With the opening event, we have created a top-class platform, that brings together disruptive founders, who are challenging entire sectors in a new way, and established market leaders, who are shaping the international business world. We will build on this in 2016 and in the following years here in Berlin.”
The close partnership between Axel Springer and the NOAH Conference will in future be strengthened by a shared logo for the event in Berlin.