In the corporAID interview, Eva Schinkinger, CEO of the cable manufacturer GG Group, talks about the major trends in the global automotive industry.
The Styrian waste specialist Komptech is in better shape today than it was before the pandemic. The company is likely to continue to benefit from megatrends such as population growth, climate protection and the circular economy in the future. In any case, CEO Heinz Leitner is optimistic in an interview with corporAID.
Pandemic, climate crisis, wars and terror: According to the new ADA managing director Friedrich Stift, development cooperation is facing major tasks. To counter this, he is building on increased cooperation with innovative companies.
For Carlos Lange, CEO of the Jenbacher gas engine manufacturer Innio, globalization is a success story with a future. In an interview with corporAID, he explains how his company is preparing and helping to shape the transformation of the energy sector.
In the corporAID 3-person conversation, Peter Bartsch from Lenzing, Alessa Lux from KPMG and Lars Mallasch from Mondi discuss sustainability.
For Axel Kühner, CEO of the Upper Austrian family company Greiner, it is not only globalization that is one of the winners of the crisis. The pandemic has also given plastics a new status, he says in an interview with corporAID.
Georg Kopetz, CEO of the TTTech Group, emphasizes in an interview with corporAID the opportunities new technologies offer for growth and sustainable development. He wants Europe to be more strongly positioned in terms of technology policy and sees China as a role model when it comes to market development through technology exports.
Werner H. Bittner, Umdasch Group Ventures, Martin Engelberg, ÖVP member of the National Council, and Arnold Schuh, WU Vienna, will discuss perspectives of increased economic cooperation with Africa, the potential contribution of local companies and the need to catch up in terms of communication and coordination.
For Elisabeth Engelbrechtsmüller-Strauss, CEO of the Upper Austrian technology company Fronius, the key to further growth lies in internationalization - and in the megatrend of sustainability. She sees the need for industry to provide innovative solutions here. As a family company, Fronius has the staying power to do this.