Corona and the situation in online retail: Together through the crisis
The consequences of the corona pandemic on online trade are currently only visible in outline. Like the retail sector as a whole, online retailing is feeling the effects of the cooling consumer economy. On the other hand, online retailing is benefiting from the fact that customers can continue shopping from home. Read more >>
#WirvsVirusHackathon: Otto Group Tech Experts support in times of crisis
End of March, some 43,000 participants took part in the #WirvsVirus Hackathon (#UsvVirusHackathon), voluntarily supporting the german federal government in the current crisis situation. Some of our own colleagues were also on board. Read more>>
Social Distancing in Logistics
Otto Group colleagues working in logistics are our true heroes: unlike many other employees, their work requires them to be in attendance at warehouses and return operations on a daily basis. And so, when it comes to their health, they have the special attention of their respective managing directors as well as the entire Executive Board. Read more>>
Otto Group Annual Report 2018/19: Hello Human - Shaping the digital future together
At the Otto Group, we are focusing intensively on addressing both the opportunities and the limitations of the digital revolution. And we know that when it comes to digitisation as a whole in the future, it’s all about one thing: us as people. Our new Annual Report isn’t just about facts and figures. It’s about the question which role courage, diversity, and responsibility will play in the digital future >>
Story from the Otto Group Annual Report: The values of the future
The Otto Group wants an interdisciplinary discussion of how to handle digitisation responsibly. After all, it’s no less than a digital transformation that, at its best, will be of great use to people and open up a new chapter in this field. Three articles from the Otto Group Annual Report 2018/19, which is available online, explain what this could look like and what is necessary to make it a reality >>
Story from the Otto Group Annual Report: Let us be courageous
Artificial intelligence, robotics, and brainhacking: the digital future worries a lot of people. But are those worries justified? According to publicist and digital expert Prof Dr Miriam Meckel and Executive Board Member Petra Scharner-Wolff, the answer is No. The discussion about courage in the digital age, the opportunities provided by technological development, and fear of the future is part of the new Otto Group Annual Report 2018/19 which is available online >>
Corona and the situation in online retail: Together through the crisis
The consequences of the corona pandemic on online trade are currently only visible in outline. Like the retail sector as a whole, online retailing is feeling the effects of the cooling consumer economy. On the other hand, online retailing is benefiting from the fact that customers can continue shopping from home. Read more >>
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#WirvsVirusHackathon: Otto Group Tech Experts support in times of crisis
End of March, some 43,000 participants took part in the #WirvsVirus Hackathon (#UsvVirusHackathon), voluntarily supporting the german federal government in the current crisis situation. Some of our own colleagues were also on board. Read more>>
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Social Distancing in Logistics
Otto Group colleagues working in logistics are our true heroes: unlike many other employees, their work requires them to be in attendance at warehouses and return operations on a daily basis. And so, when it comes to their health, they have the special attention of their respective managing directors as well as the entire Executive Board. Read more>>
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Otto Group Annual Report 2018/19: Hello Human - Shaping the digital future together
At the Otto Group, we are focusing intensively on addressing both the opportunities and the limitations of the digital revolution. And we know that when it comes to digitisation as a whole in the future, it’s all about one thing: us as people. Our new Annual Report isn’t just about facts and figures. It’s about the question which role courage, diversity, and responsibility will play in the digital future >>
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Story from the Otto Group Annual Report: The values of the future
The Otto Group wants an interdisciplinary discussion of how to handle digitisation responsibly. After all, it’s no less than a digital transformation that, at its best, will be of great use to people and open up a new chapter in this field. Three articles from the Otto Group Annual Report 2018/19, which is available online, explain what this could look like and what is necessary to make it a reality >>
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Story from the Otto Group Annual Report: Let us be courageous
Artificial intelligence, robotics, and brainhacking: the digital future worries a lot of people. But are those worries justified? According to publicist and digital expert Prof Dr Miriam Meckel and Executive Board Member Petra Scharner-Wolff, the answer is No. The discussion about courage in the digital age, the opportunities provided by technological development, and fear of the future is part of the new Otto Group Annual Report 2018/19 which is available online >>
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