Communication Advisor at Cabinet of Andrus Ansip, European Commission Vice-President in charge of the Digital Single Market
Maximilian Strotmann is a member of the private office of Andrus Ansip, European Commission Vice-President in charge of the Digital Single Market. Maximilian’s main areas of responsibility are e-government, e-health, industry digitisation and startups. Working for the Commission since 1997, Max could look into quite a range of interesting stuff: tourism and enterprise policies, audit and anti-fraud issues first; later communication and institutional IT issues as well as maritime transport, logistics and intelligent transport systems. He studied a helpful mix of sociology, psychology and economic and social policies at Augsburg University (Germany). Maximilian is a father of one and feels married.
Not only economic and political parameters influence how and where innovation evolves. Our cultural imprint also defines if we are either curious or suspicious about change, if we are quickly prepared to trade individuality for automation and to what extent we are willing to take risks. The future of globalization is the strategic use of […]