How to live it

  • Michael Reiss

"I believe in the city."

Real estate trends. Globally, the market for larger homes in suburbs and resorts is booming. "This will calm down again," says Michael Reiss, managing partner of Sotheby's International Realty in Munich, "I expect the big city to make a comeback."

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  • Dr. Annette Doms

Time. Spirit. Art.

Kunst Wiyu Wahono with projection of datatron Ryoji IkedaArt Collection. New technologies are revolutionizing art. Digitization, virtual reality and augmented reality enable new forms of expression. And open up new worlds for collectors. Indonesian entrepreneur Wiyu Wahono is one of the world's most renowned collectors of art that reflects the spirit of the times. How does that work? And what challenges do collectors have to face in the process?

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  • Peer Clinten und Prof. Dr. Heiko Kleve, Wittener Institut für Familienunternehmen (WIFU)

Empowering the children of shareholders.

Witten ILLU UnternehmerkinderFamilies, it is said, lose their business in the first generation for lack of insight, in the second for lack of harmony, and in the third for lack of interest. Therefore, a scientific study of the socialization of shareholder children is of great importance. For they will shape the family business and the entrepreneurial family in the future.

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  • Dr. Günter Kast

A heart for Africa.

Babanango aufmacher

Passion. For many years, Hellmuth Weisser was co-owner, chairman of the board and supervisory board of Marquard & Bahls AG, a global energy trader and tank farm operator based in Hamburg. Now he is building a 22,000 hectare animal sanctuary in South Africa, investing around 30 million euros in the project.

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  • Hanns J. Neubert

Thought transference.

Brain1Innovation. Brain-computer interfaces send information directly from a living brain to the electrical circuits of computers. In this way, people today can control machines simply by thinking. And this is only the beginning.

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