Husum / Hamburg, 20 November 2019. Last week, the “Live City Summit” convened in the northern German town of Husum as a political event to mark the opening of the THEO shopping centre, with around 120 guests in attendance. It centred on the question of “What Do Cities Need in the Digital Age?” and included key notes by Dr. Bernd Buchholz (Minister of Economic Affairs of the Federal State of Schleswig Holstein), Peter Cohrs (a THEO investor), Martin Mörl (Prelios Immobilien Management), Dr. Daniel Terberger (Katag AG), Ekkehard Voss (Tchoban Voss Architekten) and Christoph Werner (dm drugstore multiple). The evening was hosted by Stefan Kläsener (of the publishing house Schleswig-Holsteinischer Zeitungsverlag) and Uwe Seidel (of the consulting firm Dr. Lademann und Partner).
Photo Husum live City Summit with (fltr) P. Cohrs, S. Klaesener, M. Moerl, C. Werner, Dr. B. Buchholz, U. Seidel, Dr. Terberger, E. Voss
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