Co-Working at CoWin in Gelsenkirchen

What experiences do Haniel employees have with Co-Working? What are the advantages, where are the challenges? A visit to CoWin in Gelsenkirchen

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Share and care – How social consumption works

The share brand proves that social consumption works. Founder Iris Braun received a scholarship from the Haniel Foundation

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Is this even possible?!

With what kind of utopia can we shape the future of our world? A contribution by Andé Boße

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“Can’t do it” … won’t cut it

Inventor Martin Huber wants to use his bipolymer to help the energy generation of the future to achieve a breakthrough. With his startup, he is conducting research under the umbrella of the Haniel company, ELG

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Clean new world

Stanford scientists are convinced that complete global energy supply through renewable energies would be possible by 2050

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Onwards, ever onwards

CEO Stephan Gemkow hands over his position to Thomas Schmidt: An interview about the future of Haniel

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Rock, paper, Bitcoin

What will become of crypto currency like Bitcoin, nobody knows today, but the future of money is more open than many think

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Sailor’s yarn

Protect the environment as you sleep. BekaertDeslee has produced Seaqual, a mattress cover made of recycled ocean plastic

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“When we do it, we do it right”

Interview with Markus Väth, initiator of the New Work Charter, and Peter Sticksel, Haniel HR Manager, about the reality of New Work

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Co-Working: Benefit from each other

Florian Kriependorf, managing director of EIE, in a video interview: ELG, a Haniel company, profits from the lively start-up scene in Düsseldorf’s MedienHafen

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PET, PP, LDPE – b’bye*

Haniel employee Giuliano Alonzo and his wife want to live without plastic waste. A testimonial about everyday life without plastic

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Co-working under the Haniel umbrella

In a video interview, inventor Martin Huber talks about the development of bipolymers and working together with EIE

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