Our transport system is on the cusp of a radical transformation. Driven by digitalisation and decarbonisation, the barriers separating logistics, mobility, infrastructure, traffic and transport are falling. New, networked, integrated and multimodal systems and solutions are being created. To highlight these changes and to discuss their impact on society and the economy, Messe Frankfurt will be organising the first Hypermotion from 20 to 22 November 2017.
Successful organizations recognized data analysis and the insights derived thereof as the cornerstone of an effective marketing strategy. Using a data-driven approach, companies can segment and address their target groups, quantify their campaign results and increase their ROI. In this post, we will be describing some of the trends of data-driven marketing.
Since the 1980s industries have been growing together worldwide as a result of globalization and digitalization. Value chains have spanned the globe as new production sites and new markets were created that no one could have dared to dream of. At the same time, suppliers and customers alike can obtain information and engage in business online at any time around the world. This development has not least affected the trade fair industry.
Digitalization is fundamentally changing our working environments as agility is becoming a critical success factor for companies. We have summarized the most famous representative of agile practices, SCRUM.
Mobility 4.0 includes topics as autonomous driving, networked logistics chains, integrated transport systems or unmanned drones. Just as seen in various other industries, the digitalization of business life is hereby progressing to the field of mobility and logistics.
Digital transformation has truly taken hold in the trade fair industry – from online portals where exhibitors can order services for their trade fair stands to mobile apps for planning trade fair visits entirely using a smartphone and year-round B2B provider portals. Martina Bergmann, Head of Digital Business at Messe Frankfurt, speaks about the opportunities and challenges of the digital transformation in trade fair marketing.
The digital transformation of marketing is a huge challenge and may even be slightly daunting. Where should you start? What is important and which milestones should be defined? Here’s a little practical guide for marketers:
The invention of the automobile still stands for virtually unlimited personal mobility. But the digital transformation is now calling established mobility concepts into question. Networked cars, car-sharing services and even alternative propulsion technologies mark a new paradigm, which is challenging the entire industry. Olaf Mußhoff, Director Automechanika Frankfurt and Dr. Ann-Katrin Klusak, Director Marketing Communications Mobility & Logistics at Messe Frankfurt, provide a sneak preview of the future trends that will be presented at the Automechanika trade fair in Frankfurt and explains the important role that this leading trade fair will have in the automotive industry’s digital transition.
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” The fact that no progress can take place without change was already recognized by the British naturalist, Charles Darwin. 150 years after the first industrial revolution, the economy is once again facing a turning point.