Sven Heitkamp

Sven Heitkamp

Sven Heitkamp is a freelance reporter and copywriter from Leipzig. He discovers what innovations startups are working on and explores how large corporations work. He researches societal trends and family histories, and writes for the Sächsische Zeitung, brand eins, Focus Spezial, Öko-Test, Porsche Consulting magazine, and other corporate publications. Born in 1968 in Bremen, Heitkamp studied history in Hamburg and went on to learn the ropes as an editor in Leipzig before working as a state politics reporter in Dresden. Since 2000, he has worked in various locations across Germany, writing as a freelance journalist for a number of newspapers and magazines.

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Mobility

New Metropolis Love

People's relationship to their cities has become more and more toxic over the past 50 years. One of the major causes: constantly increasing vehicle traffic. But finally the trend is reversing.

New thinking

Quantastic!

Is the binary age coming to an end? Are quantum computers really on the go? What are quanta anyway? And how will they change our world?

New thinking

Space WWWarriors

How companies are fighting for digital supremacy in space. And what we can expect in the future, when the Internet is beamed in by satellite.

New thinking

Finance drives future

The automotive industry is undergoing rapid change. With innovation on the rise, the role of CFOs is also changing as they become new drivers of transformation. So how does this new role fit into the management team? What skills do they need? Let’s take a closer look.

Manufacturing

Gamified Industry

Welcome to the next level, where the virtual world becomes reality. How businesses can benefit from the evolution of the gaming industry.

New thinking

Cooperating instead of commanding

Control or collaboration? empathy or efficiency? profit or purpose? What kind of leadership culture do companies need today, to stay successful in the future?

Manufacturing

Moving in the Right Circles

How real-time integrated IT reduces the number of development stages, saves time and reduces production costs.

Manufacturing

Freedom for robots

Unwieldy, heavy-duty robots enclosed in small cages are the dinosaurs of the automotive industry. But a new species is starting to populate our factories: the cobots.