The eleventh re:publica launched in Berlin today with a call for freedom of the press and communication. Over 1,100 speakers from 65 countries on 20 stages await you – all flying their flag under the “Love Out Loud” motto!
Who’s behind what at the re:publica? Well, we wouldn’t want to withhold that from you: Our teams for the re:publica 2017 put together a little something.
Experience re:publica from another angle. Learn more about our live comic artists in this interview.
The eleventh re:publica is calling! All those who can’t make it – fear not, you can watch the action from afar via our live streams! Here you can find all information.
For the first time our partner degewo will be part of this year’s 11th re:publica with a special project - the "degewo Innovation Award: Smart Up the City 2017". It is a competition for new technologies, services and business models around the real estate sector and aims at founders and startups. Everyone who is interested is invited to the launch event on May 9th.
After the Love Out Loud! motto flooded the social networks and, hopefully, your #rp17 calendars as well, it's finally going to be time to get down to the nitty gritty during the three conference days.
This year, the federal state representation of Saarland (Landesvertretung Saarland), is taking part for the second time is a partner and hosts a talk in the White Room at the Station Berlin. Before the closing event, we will talk with State Secretary Jürgen Lennartz, Head of the State Chancellery and delegate to the Federation of Berlin and Uwe Conradt, Director of the regional media authority in Saarland (Landesmedienanstalt Saarland) and Managing Director of Saarland Medien GmbH.
The #FASHIONTECH LAB BERLIN at the re:publica lets you experience hands-on fashion. Stop by our makerspace to check it out!
Kickoff: Hybrid Music Lab 2017 – the experimental laboratory for digital developments in the music field
Musik and technology go together like peanut butter and jelly, or something of the sorts. In any case, the two can no longer be regarded as individual entities, but need to be reconsidered as equals!
The digital age changes everything about the way we live and work. But not only here in Europe – also in countries such as Rwanda and Bangladesh.
A short re:publica interview with digital economist, political scientist and #rp17 speaker Steven Hill.
By now, you’ll no doubt have noticed our Love Out Loud motto. We’d like to take the opportunity to present you the labore:tory sessions and activities taking place under this year’s motto. Stay tuned and get excited!