DLD Sync

Welcome to our interactive webinar format. DLD Sync is your direct connection to outstanding DLD speakers, allowing you to get inspired by our community’s brightest minds. DLD Sync thrives on your participation, so please tune in and ask questions!

Participation in DLD Sync is complimentary, thanks to the generous support of our partners. We just ask that you please register for sessions you are interested in.

Below you’ll find a list of upcoming events along with video recordings of past sessions. (Please note that all times and dates are subject to change.)

Our social media hashtag is #DLDSync

DLD Sync will be back with new episodes in October 2021. Meanwhile, please take a look at the many engaging talks from our DLD Circular conference.

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What Is DLD Sync?

Take a look at our highlight reel! This is just a tiny slice of our first year in Sync – but we hope it’ll give you a taste for more. You can find recordings of all these sessions, and all the exciting speakers, in our video archive below.  Enjoy!

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Ian Goldin, Oxford University, author, economist
In this DLD Sync webinar, renowned Oxford economist Ian Goldin analyzes the Covid-19 pandemic in the context of globalization, sustainability and social justice. “We need to do things differently”, he argues. “It’s business as usual which created the pandemic.”
Susan McPherson, Steffi Czerny, DLD Sync
While we all have large networks on social media and business platforms, real connection and long-lasting, meaningful relationships remain rare and exclusive – especially in a business context. In this DLD Sync session, Susan discussed with DLD’s Founder and Connector-in-Chief, Steffi Czerny, what the key elements for forging real relationships are.
Francesca Bria, Helmut Schönenberger, DLD Sync
Francesca Bria, President of the newly created Italian National Innovation Fund, and Helmut Schönenberger, CEO of UnternehmerTUM discuss how the vision of the New European Bauhaus can be a catalyst for a new wave of entrepreneurial innovation across Europe.
Tom Enders, John Micklethwait, Adrian Wooldridge
The Covid crisis has not just highlighted the failures of certain governments; it is accelerating a shift in the balance of power from West to East. Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge, political editor of the Economist and author of its Bagehot column, discuss main aspects of their recently published book The Wake-Up Call: Why the Pandemic Has Exposed the Weakness of the West, and How to Fix It with Tom Enders, President of the German Council of Foreign Relations and former CEO of Airbus.
Ulrike Hoffmann-Burchardi, Ali Ghodsi
Unlike oil, data is an infinite resource. In fact, it comes in such abundance that it is harder to refine than its industrial age counterpart. One of the key challenges for enterprises is to put their data to good use. This means defining, measuring and analyzing the right parameters. It means turning data into a competitive advantage, into smoother and leaner processes, and better products and services – which drive market value just as much as customer satisfaction and, ideally, use fewer limited resources.
Mattias Ljungman, David Helgason
Young companies are the lifeblood of a thriving economy, especially in times of rapid change. In this DLD Sync session, investors Mattias Ljungman (Moonfire) and David Helgason (Nordic Makers) assessed the state of Europe’s technology and startup scene, and explored where the greatest opportunities lie. Drawing from their wealth of experience as investors and entrepreneurs, David and Mattias discussed seed investing, innovation clusters, the secrets of success and more in conversation with moderator Karsten Lemm.
Esther Perel, Scott Galloway, DLD Sync
Iconic psychotherapist Esther Perel and Scott Galloway explored the long-term meaning of Covid-19 for relationships as we navigate the new normal, prolonged uncertainty, the collapse of boundaries between home and work – and a safety-first mentality that leaves little space for the unknown, surprise and serendipity.
Herman Narula, Ben Vickers, DLD Sync
Our future in virtual worlds is closer than you think. They will impact our economy, how we work and how we live. The coming revolution will begin to recalibrate how we think of ourselves and our identities, offering a vast opportunity to supplement our everyday reality and how we connect with others.

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