Impulse lecture at the GLS Bank Money Summit

From footprint to handprint

At the invitation of Lukas Beckmann, I had the great pleasure of participating in the 2016 money summit of the GLS Bank Foundation in Witten/Herdecke with an introductory lecture. The focus was on “Homo civilis et oeconomicus” – the handprint of those people and groups for whom real economic value creation has the purpose of satisfying people’s economic, social and cultural needs.

Subject of my presentation was background, motives and experiences in context of the foundation and development of Europe’s largest women’s cooperative and the establishment of the first women’s start-up centre in Berlin.  You can find out more here.