Connectivity, urbanisation, individualisation, and sustainability goals are shaping the future of mobility. Hence, it's crucial today to develop sustainable mobility concepts that cater to both the constant need for available mobility and the demand for sustainability. One approach that meets these requirements is smart mobility.
Public affairs behind closed doors, public relations in the public eye? This division no longer holds. In 2023, we need to consider both together. When Tesla boss Elon Musk announced the location of the Gigafactory as Grünheide in Berlin in November 2019, many were astonished.
Greentech bubble watch out: These are the events you can't miss in the second half of 2023
Are you looking for opportunities to promote your start-up and to network? Then the following events are perfect for you. Investors, potential partners and customers who want to be educated, inspired, advised and surprised will gather at these events.
Faster and further – mobility is a basic need for most of us. We now take it for granted that we can use digital maps to plan our car routes, download the latest bus timetable or conveniently buy and manage our train ticket via an app.
Social media is constantly changing. This year too, new trends will emerge - for individuals, but also for businesses. Timotée Gbaguidi, Digital Communications Director at PIABO, gives an overview of the most important social media trends of the future.
These technologies pave the way for climate-neutral cities
Today is the next global climate strike. The goal is clear: Germany should be climate neutral by 2045 at the latest, preferably earlier. But there is still a long way to go. To achieve this goal, the switch to renewable energy is just as important as a shift in transportation to low-emission vehicles.
ChatGPT impresses with its high quality texting abilities. Thanks to the fast innovation in AI technologies, many softwares are already being used for marketing and business purposes - first and foremost for search engine optimisation (SEO).