Social Media Editor

Marcel Bender

Whether sideways-moving elevators, steel innovations or the future of mobility – in the social media team Marcel wants to inspire every user for thyssenkrupp’s diverse people and projects. Be it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or the engineered blog. Above all, the written word is his thing. And when it fits, preferably creatively, humorously and with a pinch of nerdiness.

Last articles by Marcel Bender

Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | future of production | trends of technology | Worth knowing | What will work look like in the future? This is a difficult question for which there is no clear-cut answer. However, it is possible to say how it might look like. In our first scenario, companies are mainly concerned with administration, while teams of specialist freelancers complete the project work via the digital cloud.
mobility of the future | Urbanization | In our fast-moving world, urbanization is fundamentally changing the way we live together. Especially rising nations like India are facing unprecedented challenges: How can the huge country reduce inequality, fight housing shortages and smog in its cities, and prepare the overloaded urban transport network for the future all at the same time? We have been looking for answers.
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Corporate culture | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | innovation | trends of technology | Worth knowing | On February 12th and 13th, 2019, forty aspiring start-ups and seven major companies met at the thyssenkrupp Headquarters in Essen for the second BeyondConventions start-up summit. Amongst them were three established digital evangelists, who shared their vision on successful collaboration and entrepreneurship. We listened closely and summed up their insights and most important tips to successfully start up your own business.
Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | future of production | innovation | trends of technology | The market for private and semi-professional 3D printers is booming. Now, the new revolutionary processes are also conquering industrial production, under the term "Additive Manufacturing". But what is essential when printing highly sensitive components for industrial machines – instead of action figures? We asked someone who knows: Andreas Stapelmann, Head of the thyssenkrupp TechCenter Additive Manufacturing in Mülheim, Germany.
innovation | Worth knowing | For the most progressive minds in science, the Nobel Prize is the highest honor of their kind – and a highly-contested accolade. The American Edward Kendall, for example, only received the prize 38 years after his first nomination. Ramon Gaston was nominated 155 times, but never received it, despite his pioneering invention of the vaccine against diphtheria and tetanus. However, one thing is certain: those who received the Nobel Prize have made a difference in our world. We present to you the discoveries of five historical award winners who have become an indispensable part of our engineers' everyday lives.