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5/8/2019

Exchange meets inventiveness – Europe’s Got Talent

Europe’s Got Talent: Groupscence

They are young, highly motivated and work in Sales, Shopper Customer Marketing, Controlling, Supply Chain, Digital Marketing and many more for NIVEA, Hansaplast, La Prairie, 8x4, Labello, and other iconic Beiersdorf brands – the participants of “Europe's Got Talent”. Similar to the event format's kick-off last year in London, 45 Beiersdorf talents from 20 countries met in Milan this time to get inspired, exchange ideas and expand their Beiersdorf network. “This is your chance to test your own limits and contribute to Beiersdorf's success in a new way. Put yourself to the test, push your boundaries, and make the most of this unique opportunity,” Emilie Joubert, host of the event and HR Vice President Europe, welcomed all participants on the first day. And indeed, it was quite the promise: the two days were packed with lots of great insights and inspirations. 

Executive Board Member for HR, Zhengrong Liu, emphasized the importance of promoting and developing everyone's individual talents to get the best out of every single employee. In another session, Martin Böhm, Chief Digital Marketing Officer NIVEA, shared insights on creating unique consumer experiences prepping the participants for this year's business challenge: to come up with “The next best consumer experience in face cleansing” for a beauty seeker. A great opportunity for all involved to bundle their creativity in groups and explore new ideas for the business. Besides, the participants had the unique chance to get hands-on viewpoints and insights from CEO Stefan De Loecker on topics such as personal and career development or the company culture. 

Would you like to get a better idea of what the two days were like? Take a peek into the following video.

Kathrin Erbar

About the editor: Kathrin Erbar

Since 2017, Kathrin is responsible for communication on HR related topics, including e.g. diversity, learning & development, leadership or new work. Before that, she was very much about the figures when she was responsible for financial communications at Beiersdorf for several years.