Dr. Hain at the National Housing Federation – The voice of housing associations in England

May 14/15, 2018
Driving Business Transformation in housing conference 2018: Innovation – Technology – Leadership

At the invitation of the National Housing Federation experts from economics and science met for two days in London`s Business Design Centre. The focus was on the exchange of experience on the impact of current change processes in the context of progressive digitization on the housing industry. For further details please click:

At the first day Dr. Mathias Hain gave a lecture on current trends concerning the development of new business models in Germany. His presentation „New Operating Models – Trends in the German Housing Market“ contains considerations on the issues:

  • Current economic situation of the German housing industry
  • Experiences from Germany with new business models
  • Development of niche-products for new target markets
  • Outlook for future developments

Target group:
Managing directors and members of the executive board from the European housing industry

Speakers (excerpt):
Dr. Helen Bevan, OBE, Chief Transformation Officer, Horizons Team NHS England
Matt Brittin, President, EMEA Business & Operations, Google
Bethan Buck, Futures Programme Coordinator, National Housing Federation
Anne Chapman, Head of New Business and Commercial Services, Golding Homes
David Done, Chief Executive, RHP
Dr. Mathias Hain, Partner, RITTERWALD Unternehmensberatung GmbH
Jens Hofna, Chief Executive, Pizza Hut
Tom Loosemore, Group Director of Digital Services, The Co-Operative and Founder, Government Digital Services
James McClure, General Manager, Northern Europe AirBnB
Dr. Ruth McKernan CBE, Chief Executive, Innovate UK
Austen Reid, Director of Transition, Clarion
Prof. Michael West, Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology, Lancaster University Management School and Head of Thought Leadership, The Kings Fund
David Williams, Partner, Campbell Tickell


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