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Meet our Partners: Hubert Burda Media

The countdown to MEDIENTAGEN 2019 is running. As always, we do not only have exciting speakers on site, but also unique partners. In the next few days we would like to introduce you to them in our new news category Meet our Partners. Be curious what our partners will present at #MTM19 and what trends they are currently dealing with. Today we like to present you our partner:

What are you going to show at the MEDIENTAGE?

As one of the leading European media and technology companies, we offer exciting jobs with strong brands. Hubert Burda Media: That’s more than 12,300 people working on over 600 printed and digital media products. Our range is just as diverse as our brands, products and employees. Our HR colleagues at Stand F3 in the Expo area will present the entry opportunities we offer and how we all work together. In addition to an informative exchange, visitors can look forward to a delicious smoothie.

Regarding the MEDIENTAGE motto “Next Digital Level: Let’s build the Media we want!”:  What kind of media landscape do you want?

As an internationally active media company, we are committed to actively shaping the media landscape and economy. We want to create sustainable, honest and reliable media with which we can inform, entertain, inspire and help people in their individual lives. With our well-known media brands, we stand for quality and are close to our readers. At the same time, we are continuously developing our products and creating new digital business models and technologies. One of many examples is BurdaForward, where one of the largest content platforms in Germany is currently being created.

Which trend are you currently observing?

From the user’s point of view, the boundaries between print and digital, desktop and mobile, social and traditional media are becoming increasingly blurred. We observe that the rapidly growing access to the Internet via mobile devices remains perhaps the most visible driver of digital development. In just two years, the average user will consume more data on a smartphone than with broadband Internet (source: PwC Global Media & Entertainment Outlook). The convergence of content and technology and the ever-increasing use of media content opens up great opportunities.