Networking @ it`s best!

Networking @ it`s best!

Being networked is ubiquitous in the Internet age – and not only in the technical sense. A good network of contacts is always beneficial to your own professional success. Above all however, networks ensure there is an exchange of knowledge and information between members; they serve to identify developments and trends and offer support for implementing your own ideas. That is why we promote regular meetings and the exchange of ideas between our employees in the most different situations and offer lectures on a variety of current issues.

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“Talent Campus” Network

Our internal “Talent Campus” network is aimed at young colleagues, creating space for them to develop company-wide and meet each other regularly at different functions and events. The aim of the network is to promote the interdepartmental exchange of employees. The interests, ideas and the initiative of the participants have top priority here. Whether regular meetings with internal and external speakers, sporting and culinary activities or the promotion of a social project – the appearance of these events essentially depends upon the commitment of the participants.

The “Digital Campus” Lecture Series

Digital knowledge for everyone: Which new developments result from Axel Springer SE's digitization strategy? How do we want to push the initiative further forward? The principles of the digital economy, the current trends on the web and their significance for Axel Springer should be common knowledge within the company. The regular "Digital Campus" lecture series is an ideal opportunity to promote this. In-house experts explain the upheaval within the media industry and the digital offensive within the company.

Fathers' Network

The role of the father is changing – and Axel Springer is fostering this change. As part of the project “Chancen:gleich!” (engl. "Opportunities:equal!"), the Fathers' Network initiative has created a platform for (expectant) fathers. A company-wide exchange of experience with others, supplemented by regular meetings, father-child activities, workshops and lectures.