Dr Philipp Amann is the Head of Strategy at the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3). EC3 Strategy is responsible for assessing and acting on relevant trends and threats related to cybercrime and cyber-security. Other key areas of responsibility include driving innovation, managing EC3’s industry advisory groups, prevention & awareness and internet governance.
He has worked in various fields, including the financial sector, global disarmament, international investigations and on issues related to safety and security in cyberspace, topics he deeply cares about. Dr Amann is also a member of ENISA’s Permanent Stakeholder Group.
He held positions with the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the International Criminal Court, OSCE and the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization.
His professional experience is complemented by a PhD degree and a Master’s degree in business informatics from the University of Vienna. He also holds an MSc in Forensic Computing and Cybercrime Investigation from UCD.
Hubertus von Baumbach
Boehringer Ingelheim, an independent and family-owned company founded in 1885, develops, produces and distributes innovative medicines for humans and animals. Thus Boehringer Ingelheim has the freedom to pursue its long-term vision to identify the health challenges of the future. The mission is to create breakthrough therapies where the medical need is high. Hubertus von Baumbach has been Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors and Chief Executive Officer of Boehringer Ingelheim since July 2016. He has been a member of the Board of Managing Directors since 2009, initially responsible for the divisions Finance and Animal Health. In 2001 he joined Boehringer Ingelheim’s finance organization, and held among others the CFO position of the German operative Unit. He started his professional career as sales representative in the US affiliate of Roche AG in 1998. Mr. von Baumbach was trained as bank clerk at Merck, Finck & Co. in Munich, received his law degree from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, took the German Bar Exam, and received a MBA from Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Saori Dubourg is responsible for BASF’s global businesses in Agricultural Solutions, Nutrition & Health, and Care Chemicals. Furthermore, she oversees the region Europe, the startup trinamiX, and the BASF Corporate Sustainability Board. Saori Dubourg is also member of the German Council for Sustainable Development, which advises the Federal Government on the implementation of the sustainability strategy.
Jochen Engert is CEO and Founder of FlixMobility where he is responsible for the FlixBus Corporate Development & Strategy as well as Human Resources.
Prior to launching FlixMobility with the brand FlixBus, Jochen worked as a Strategy Consultant for Boston Consulting Group in Munich, Germany, where he met André Schwämmlein, future FlixBus Co-Founder. Inspired by the deregulation of the German bus market, Jochen, André and IT specialist Daniel launched FlixBus in 2013; today, FlixBus has become a global mobility provider with 400,000 daily connections across 30 countries.
Jochen was born in 1981 close to Würzburg, Germany. He studied Business Administration with technical and financial orientation at the University of Stuttgart and the University of Ottawa. He currently lives in Munich, home of the FlixBus European headquarters.
Stephanie Flanders has been Senior Executive Editor for Economics at Bloomberg News and head of Bloomberg Economics since October 2017. She was previously Chief Market Strategist for Europe at J P Morgan Asset Management in London (2013-17) and both BBC Economics Editor and BBC Newsnight’s Economics Editor (2002-13). She was Senior Advisor and speech writer to US Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers (1997-2001). She has also been a reporter at the New York Times, the Principal Editor of the 2002 Human Development Report, an editorial-writer and economics columnist at the Financial Times, and an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and London Business School. She was educated at Balliol College, Oxford and Harvard University. In 2016 she was appointed Chair of the Inclusive Growth Commission for the Royal Society of Arts, which delivered its final report in March 2017. She is the Chair of Artichoke, a non-profit arts production company in the UK and a trustee of the Kennedy Memorial Trust.
Jeanette zu Fürstenberg
Timotheus Höttges, born in 1962, is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Deutsche Telekom AG since January 2014.
From 2009 until his appointment as CEO, he has been member of the Group Board of Management responsible for Finance and Controlling.
From 2006 to 2009 he was member of the Board of Management responsible for the T-Home unit. In this position, he was in charge of fixed-network and broadband business, as well as integrated sales and service in Germany. Under his leadership, T-Home became the market leader in terms of new DSL customers and developed its Internet TV service, Entertain, into a mass-market product while at the same time stabilizing its profitability.
After successfully implementing various cost-cutting programs at T-Home and in the European mobile communications subsidiaries, Mr. Höttges became responsible for the Group-wide Save for Service efficiency enhancement program. From 2005 until being appointed to the Group Board of Management, Mr. Höttges headed European operations as member of the Board of Management, T-Mobile International. From 2000 until the end of 2004, he was Managing Director, Finance and Controlling, before becoming Chairman of the Managing Board of T-Mobile Deutschland.
Mr. Höttges studied business administration at Cologne University, after which he spent three years with a business consulting company, latterly as a project manager. At the end of 1992, he moved to the VIAG Group in Munich. He became divisional manager in 1997 and, later, a member of the extended management board responsible for controlling, corporate planning, and mergers and acquisitions. As project manager, he played a central role in the merger of VIAG AG and VEBA AG to form E.on AG, which became effective on September 27, 2000.
Anders Indset is one of the world’s leading business philosophers and a trusted sparring partner to international CEOs and political leaders. Dubbed “Rock’n’Roll Plato” and “Digital Jesus” by European media, he is currently one of the most sought-after intellectuals with his approach to practical philosophy.
The native Norwegian, based out of Frankfurt, is a guest lecturer at leading international business schools, a founding partner of the Global Institute of Leadership and Technology and advisory board member of the Swiss-based deep tech pioneer Terra Quantum. He is known for his unconventional way of thinking, his provocative theses and his rock star attitude.
His latest book “The Q Economy – What comes after Digital?” entered the Spiegel-Bestseller list and was #1 in Manager Magazin and Handelsblatt for the most sold business books in the German speaking region. Q Economy has already been translated and sold to 11 countries around the world. His international bestseller “WILD KNOWLEDGE – Outthink the Revolution” was released in Europe in 2017 and has been translated into further languages in 2018 and was also a Spiegel-Bestseller in 2019.
His forthcoming book The Infected Mind is scheduled for early 2021. Additionally, Philosophy@Work, a collection of philosophical concepts on how to cope with today’s technological fast-paced and complex society will be published Q3/2021.