At LabCampus, we know that every company is different - and will therefore be affected to varying degrees by the megatrends of the world of work. What could really become elementary for companies? We have embarked on a journey through time into the future.
LabCampus is celebrating its third birthday and to mark the occasion we are reviewing the past year - it has been an unexpected and exciting year in which we have made great progress.
The Munich Innovation Ecosystem, MUST for short, has launched the #MGIS (Munich Global Impact Sprint) Stammtisch, and Dr. Marc Wagener had the honor to speak at this kick-off event about the value of cross-industry campus of innovation and what sustainability means for LabCampus. It was a great pleasure to be actively involved as a partner of MUST in this inspiring environment and to connect with all the other participants.
Together with CBRE Germany, we created an overview of the requirements for modern working environments and discussed what implications this may have for districts of the future. We warmly want to thank our host Hannah Klose, our speakers Alexander von Erdely, Susanne Huege and Dr. Marc Wagener as well as the panelists Pawel Krolikowski, Frizzi Engler-Hamm and Sarah Wittlieb - thank you for your inspiring and insightful input! If you missed it, you can watch the full session here.
"Taste the Future" - this was the motto of the first LabCampus community event. Framed by an exciting keynote by Dr. Nicolas Burkhardt and the subsequent digital wine tasting with Nelly Fischer from wyne.de, we dared to look into the future with our guests and discussed how we can use the experiences of the past months to rethink our working world. Many thanks to all participants and those involved - we are already looking forward to the next event!
LabCampus acquires world-leading technology company as first tenant and takes big step towards mobility of the future with Argo AI.
The importance of collaboration and why creating space is vital for innovation.
MIT Senseable City Lab
Einblicke in die Smart City Konzepte seiner Studenten, die in Kollaboration für LabCampus entstanden sind.