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Changing fashion together: Aesthetics, trends, lifestyle – these innate themes of fashion are merging with sustainability. Listen in when international industry experts discuss the latest transformation processes in the textile industry, talk about the future of fashion retail and sustainable brands present their business models. Neonyt is the global hub for fashion, sustainability and innovation. With an international focus, it is the leading event of its kind worldwide. In a podcast series ...
 
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"Calm down, take a deep breath and just talk to me“ Luke Hohmann’s new mission: Participatory Budgeting in Schools Luke Hohmann founded FirstRoot to advance participatory budgeting in schools. Let me get straight to the point: You can invest in this company in this early stage. You can also support the cause by talking about or by simply using the …
 
The environmental balance of our favourite piece of clothing, our jeans, is enormous: water-intensive cotton production, the use of toxic chemicals, sandblasting or bleaching - these are just some of the keywords when it comes to denim production. How can we turn dirty denim back to an everybody's darling again? This is what our Neonyt #Prepeek Pan…
 
What does "sharing economy" exactly mean? It can mean a lot, from rental to repair services, from circular processes to non-linear solutions. But what are the potentials and how is the customer’s reception? Three different guests talked to Jana Kern & Alex Vogt (Kern) at the Fashionsustain conference about the business cases behind the different mo…
 
"Live your concept, focus on your core values, look for solutions," says Ashley Marc Hovelle (Often). He is one of the fashion designers supported by the German Sustain Concept. The German scholarship programme by Fashion Council Germany is dedicated to supporting young fashion brands in the field of sustainable design. At the fashionsustain confer…
 
Nachhaltige Mode im Einzelhandel: Wie ist der Weg für Handel und Modemarken zu mehr Nachhaltigkeit? Sind es die Eco Capsules etablierter Fashion Brands oder sind es die Eco-Pioniere, die du als Einzelhändler in dein Sortiment aufnehmen solltest? Diese Fragen haben im Rahmen des Fashionsustain Retail Forums miteinander diskutiert: Martin Höfeler, Ar…
 
Was bedeutet Nachhaltigkeit für die Katag Ag, Europas größten Fashion-Dienstleister? Und wie kann der Mittelstand Nachhaltigkeit implementieren, auf die Nachfrage der Konsumenten reagieren und damit profitabel wirtschaften? Dr. Daniel Terberger hat sich zum Auftakt der Fashionsustain Konferenz über die Möglichkeiten von Nachhaltigkeit im Modehandel…
 
Clothing and fabrics need care and usually have to be ironed. This is not only a stay-at-home dads' or housewives' nightmare, but also one of the last important steps in the textile industry. Christoph Veit is the third generation of the Veit family business, a specialist for textile care in the clothing industry. In a short presentation, he gives …
 
Last year there were terrible forest fires, this year illegal logging continues on a large scale. What can we do to protect Amazonia - the lungs of our planet? This January at Neonyt, we discussed how enterprises can create a positive impact through alliances and partnerships: support people and protect nature! Participants in the panel discussion …
 
Detox? We’re not gonna talk about smoothies today, but about industrial detoxing! The Fashion Industry is one of the dirtiest in the world. That's why Greenpeace has launched a detox campaign in 2011. Kirsten Brodde from Greenpeace and Klaas Nuttbohm from ZDHC will discuss the results: How have chemicals and harmful substances been removed from the…
 
What will sustainability mean in 2030? Will the term „sustainability“ still exist? At the Neonyt Conference Fashionsustain this January, Melissa Drier, Kate Heiny (Zalando), Rebecca Freitag (United Nations Youth Ambassador) and Antonio Braz Costa (Citeve), talked about the development of producing, designing and consuming as well as creating scenar…
 
The Sustainable Development Goals are the big umbrella for initiatives and brands, governments and society to team up: What is on the charter and how is the United Nations engaging companies to sign up? How initiatives and companies can act in competitive collaborations within the SDGs and what solutions they already offer today can be heard in the…
 
Wie verbreitet man seine Botschaft erfolgreich – als nachhaltiges Fashion Brand, Medium, Influencer oder Aktivist? Influencer können weit mehr als reine Produktplatzierungen: Sie sind Content Creators für eine konzeptionelle Zusammenarbeit auf Augenhöhe, Multiplikatoren, Storyteller. Denn es sind die persönlichen Geschichten, die uns catchen, insbe…
 
Timo Lutter und seine Frau Jule sind Deutsche, die in Oslo wohnen und arbeiten. Timo hat lange als Molekularbiologe gearbeitet und arbeitet jetzt in Oslo im Rikshospitaletals Mikro-Biologe. Jule arbeitet in Oslo als Kindergärtnerin. Beide sind höchstwahrscheinlich wahrscheinlich Covid-19-positiv und tragen die Krankheit in ihrem sogenannten „milden…
 
This is the story of Peter Bihr and his family whoa actually wanted to visit a wedding in the United States, but instead got stranded in Costa rica. Peter and his family accidentally find themselves locked up in a place which turns out to be a bit of a paradise. There could, of course be better times and conditions to find and enjoy a paradise. But…
 
FAB TALKS are a talk series combining refreshing fashion talks in an inspiring artistic environment with business networking. The aim is to create an exchange platform for the design and fashion scene. FAB Talks bring together start-ups, established players from the fashion world, bloggers, the press and multipliers from the respective city – this …
 
Our guests: Rubie van Crevel, Enviu Gautam Vazirani, Lakmè Fashion Week Amal Kiran Jana, Afterlifeproject Moderated by Philine Kriependorf The discussion was recorded at Neonyt in July 2019. NEONYT PODCAST In a podcast series, we have made the most exciting talks on various topics of the past Neonyt available for you. The topics range from a sustai…
 
Digitization and individualization - current megatrends in the fashion industry - offer great opportunities for more sustainable production. At Neonyt, the future topics of technology and sustainability will be brought together. Sander Lossie, Marita Jablonski, Anna Niestroj and Marte Hentschel are discussing the opportunities and possibilities of …
 
The megatrends of digitalization and customization are posing major challenges for the fashion industry. But at the same time, they also hold enormous potential – in terms of sustainability, for example, and the return of production to Europe. At the last Neonyt in July, the Romanian enterprise Gemini Cad Systems presented the micro-factory „Pixel …
 
The topic of sustainability is not a new one; it is slowly arriving from the niche into the middle of society. So is sustainable fashion finally ready for implementation in the mass market? Or/and is there simply no way around it? Digitalization and sustainability are the two topics that retailers must now address, says Dr. Daniel Terberger, Katag …
 
Ist nachhaltige Mode im konventionellen Modeeinzelhandel skalierbar? Ist nachhaltige Mode system- und andockfähig und welche Bedürfnisse müssen erfüllt werden? Diese Fragen diskutieren: Martin Höfeler, Armed Angels Marc Ramelow, Ramelow KG Saydou Bangoura, We want shoes Uwe Scherer, creating smiles Moderated by Jana Kern & Alex Vogt, Kern.…
 
Welche verschiedenen Take-back Systeme gibt es und wie sind die Erfahrungen damit? Von „Lease a jeans“ bis Tchibo share und Textilrecycling: Wie bringt man Textilien sinnvoll in einen Kreislauf? Welche Herausforderungen gibt es dabei und wie sind die Vorgänge? Auf der Neonyt haben über dieses Thema diskutiert: Paul Doertenbach, I:Collect Bert van S…
 
Will we soon renting clothing rather than buying? The rise of rental fashion can be observed: So, is the ownership of fashion an outdated concept? Four different companies talk about their rental services, their experiences, and the future of retail, circular and sharing economy: Thekla Wilkening, Stay Awhile Ludovic Quinault, SKFK Sarah Herms, Tch…
 
Nachhaltigkeit ist aktuell DAS Thema in allen Medien. Doch wie kann es auf die Fläche im Einzelhandel geholt werden? Welche Herausforderungen gibt es dabei, sodass auch der konventionelle Handel mit kleineren sustainable fashion brands und Pionieren arbeiten kann und das Feld nicht den großen Playern überlassen wird? Darüber diskutieren: Henning Si…
 
Neonyt Podcast Episode No.3 and the second panel on better packaging deals with problems and initiatives and what can be done from the B2B side. [english] It raises the question of how the garment does get from production to warehouse? Every single piece of textile is packaged. As a result, there is an incredible amount of waste which is a big prob…
 
This podcast episode No.2 focuses on better packaging: What is the carbon footprint of packaging in general and what’s the solution to reduce this impact? Pure waste and Avocadostore both work with the Finnish company RePack to reduce waste and manage it more sustainably. Repack is a start-up company offering a reusable packaging system for e-comme…
 
NEONYT PODCAST In a podcast series, we have made the most exciting talks on various topics of the past Neonyt available for you. The topics range from a sustainable production, retail and better packaging to craft and jewelry 4.0. How can producers, brands, and retailers approach sustainability sensibly and really drive change in fashion? Episode 1…
 
Dan Vacanti - Rightsizing I met Dan years and years ago in my active time in the Kanban community. Dan was part of the very beginning of Kanban in 2007! Since then he’s been deep into Lean and Agile. Dan authored two books, "Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability“ and "When will it be done?“. He is also the founder of Actionable Agile. Dan alw…
 
Part II This is part two of the conversation I had with Jabe Bloom and Marc Burgauer during the Devops Conference 2018 in Munich. All information can be found in the show notes of part 1, which is Episode 21 of this podcast. Here some short show notes on this second part. Show Notes On Bid Data & being Data Driven "Russell Ackoff wrote a brilliant …
 
Jabe Bloom and Marc Burgauer - Designing Systems Last week, beginning of December 2018, I happened to be guest of the DevOps Conference in Munich. The nice people from the organising company gave me the chance to actually make it a family meeting with my pals J Paul Reed (a giant in the field of DevOps), Marc Burgauer (from Scotland, doing Agile co…
 
I follow Matt since years. he has a couple of great books out, his latest one possibly being the top pick. It is called "Winning the brain Game". In "Winning the brain Game", Matt explains 7 fundamental flaws of the brain which hold us back from being the best problem solvers we could be. He describes how he discovered them, gives explanations from…
 
Intro Diese Folge ist für mich ganz besonders! Als ich Norbert besucht habe, kam ich dafür in meinen alten Berliner Kiez, in dem ich fast 20 Jahre lang gewohnt habe. (Ich war ganz ausser mir, als ich mich da umgesehen habe ;) Und auch Norbert kenne ich seit den frühen 90ern, als wir noch Autobahnkilometer auf dem Weg zu Mountainbike-Rennen abgespul…
 
Netflix. Wir schauen es alle. Und ich glaube, das es eine der kompliziertesten, koordinierten Arbeitsformern ist, wenn z. Bsp. 20 Autoren eine konsistente Geschichte über 6 Staffeln a 15 Folgen erzählen. Jede Folge hat dabei einen Spannungsbogen, Drehungen und Wendungen, wiedererkennbare Charaktere, authentische Emotionen, Überraschungen und am End…
 
Ep. 17: Courtney Hemphill - Psychological Safety at Work I met Courtney years ago at the Lean UX conference. At the time there was a lot of talk of yet another round of inclusion. Where DevOps was going on in one part of the universe, this was the universe, we were talking and discussing inclusion of UX, User Research, Design and other disciplines …
 
I don’t really dare to introduce Roman. He is such a big name in Agile Product Management. Since his beginnings in Scrum, he was totally focused: Scrum it will be, Product it will be - and everything that belongs to it. No more, no less. Clarity. In the field of Agile Product Management, he is really known for his great Scrum Product Owner courses,…
 
Fridtjof „Fridel“ Detzner hat die letzten 18 Jahre mit seinen Freunden daran gearbeitet von einem Bauernhof aus die Voraussetzungen für Jimdo zu schaffen und dann Jimdo mit aufgebaut. Dort hilft er auch noch ein bisschen mit, er sucht aber nach neuen Feldern. Fridtjof „Fridel“ Detzner hat die letzten 18 Jahre mit seinen Freunden daran gearbeitet vo…
 
Episode 14: Christopher Avery - The Responsibility Process This episode is quiet. Quiet and deep. I am happy that Christopher Avery took the time and explained the Responsibility Process to us. I will let Christopher explain it in the podcast - the topic is complex, deep and sensitive. He's much better in this than I am. I think it is important to …
 
Welcome to the first Episode of the second season of Stories Connecting Dots. Listen to Peter Bihr, telling the tale of Shenzhen, where hardware is software is hardware. And everything is hardware is software is hardware. And where cycle time is close to zero. Shenzhen is a place where you can go and order anything from ideation on your product to …
 
Peter Bihr - Ethics for the Internet of Things I was thinking for a long time on the title of this episode. No one short title would be enough. Peter Bihr does so many things in so many flavours. If you live in Berlin you would need to live under a rock not to be aware of some of the things that Peter is part of. I am happy to know Peter since year…
 
This time my guest is John Cutler. He is the hardest working man in product business. At least he is the hardest and most writing man in product business. since ages he writes, thinks and muses about things he observes and wonders about in what we see as our jobs in product work. John might actually really be one of the hardest working men in our b…
 
Episode 10 Denise Jacobs This episode is on doing your best work and how creativity supports that. Really! My guest today is Denise Jacobs. Denise has her roots in Project Management and Software Development. Denise’ first book was a bestseller on CSS and she made a speaking career out that profession. But then, something happened, she got bored an…
 
I am incredibly happy and proud to have Jan Chipchase as the guest of this show! I have followed Jan’s work and steps since years and years. Then, he was first the Executive Creative Director of Global Insights at frog and then Principal Scientist at Nokia. For me, it all started when I wanted to get deeper into understanding how I can learn about …
 
Episode 8: Stefan Roock und Henning Wolf / it-agile und die Geschichte von Agil in Deutschland Episode 8 ist für mich eine ganz besondere und sehr persönliche Folge. Und das hat mit den Gästen zu tun. Ich habe die Folge mit Stefan Roock und Henning Wolf in den wunderbaren Büros Ihrer weithin bekannten Firma it-agile am Hamburger Hafen aufgenommen. …
 
Episode 7 - Jeff Patton - User Story Maps and the discovery of great products Another one of the greats. I follow his work since years, I integrate lots of what he does in my work. Everyone knowing me or having had a training with me, knows what he does with Story Maps. But having come up with Story Maps and having written the first book around is …
 
What have the following things got in common? Weasels, the San Jose public budgeting process, bootstrapping, disposable software, games and mods of games, figure skating, and a Nike sprinter show falling apart after reaching the 100m line? Well, it’s Luke Hohmann they have in common. I learned an awful lot from Luke. Years and years ago I attended …
 
Dave Gray - Liminal Thinking To be honest, doing this podcast is the treat of all treats I am giving away to myself. Already in the small, tiny history of this podcast – this has been an opportunity for me to connect and re-connect to all these people who’s ideas and work are so important to me, mean a lot to me and really changed the way I think a…
 
In der vierten Episode bin ich zu Gast vor Ort bei [sipgate] in Düsseldorf und habe sie dort in Ihren Räumen in Düsseldorf aufgenommen. sipgate macht Telefonie für zu Hause, unterwegs und das Büro. Und das macht es nicht irgendwie. Sondern sipgate macht alles selber. sipgate ist also eine kleine Telekom, aber eben vollkommen anders. Das Interview f…
 
Michael Foley, author of the bestseller „The Age of absurdity - why modern life makes it hard to be happy“ is the guest of this episode. The book is a celebration of insight from the most diverse philosophers, and an examination of the states we’d like to achieve and desperately are missing to hit. All his books center round deep insights around ev…
 
This episode is held in English language. My guest is Jeff Sussna, founder and principal of ingineering.IT. He mainly works in the world of operations and is a well known speaker all over the world in the area of DevOps. Surprisingly, he approaches this field with the tools of Service Design, Cybernetics and Promise Theory. Using these ways of thin…
 
In der ersten Folge von Stories Connecting Dots habe ich mit Klaus Leopold über Kanban gesprochen. Klaus macht Kanban in normal, groß und ganz groß. Wir sprechen darüber was Kanban überhaupt ist und wie es Unternehmen helfen kann Dinge explizit zu machen und dadurch besser entscheiden zu können wie es eigentlich darum geht, den Menschen eine sinnvo…
 
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