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Von Andreas Weber

Hurra. Endlich. Eine einzigartige Non-Profit-Kampagne geht heute, am Pfingstmontag, dem christlichen Festtag des Heiligen Geists, on air, die es wahrlich in sich hat. Und Nutzen stiftet. Rund um den Globus.

Die Aufforderung zu #thankaprinter ist mehr als nur ein nettes Dankeschön. Es ist großartig, berührend, wachrüttelnd. Und längst überfällig.

Gerade jetzt, in schwierigen Zeiten, wird deutlich, wie sehr wir schätzen und belobigen müssen, was Print für uns alle bedeutet. Und wem wir das zu verdanken haben: Dem Wirken und Werken unendlich vieler Menschen in unzähligen Betrieben, die jeden Tag, jede Stunde, jede Minute rund um den Globus ihr Bestes geben, um allen Menschen Gutes zu tun und so zu ermöglichen, dass wir unser Leben organisieren, im Griff halten und aktiv gestalten können.

Dank an Deborah Corn (Text), Morten B. Reitoft und das INKISH Team (Filmproduktion) sowie den Sprecher Jeff McNeal, die das ermöglicht haben. Und besonderen Dank an alle #PrintLovers auf der ganzen Welt.

 


 

Ideen, Anregungen und Unterstützung willkommen!

Wer Petra Lüftner und mich, Andreas Weber, also das INKISH D-A-CH-Team, unterstützen möchte, das Video für den deutschsprachigen Raum und seine Bedeutung für Print zu adaptieren, melde sich bitte.

 


 

Original video, released globally June 1st., 2020

 

 


 

Original-Transskript des Sprechertextes in englischer Sprache

 

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We as PrintLovers are entering a new era: the current Heidelberg management is taking the company out of the center of the action.

As a result, the ’Heidelberg cosmos’, which had been a determining factor in the success of the print industry for decades, is imploding.

My Open Love Letter to the Heidelberg world created an amazing feedback from experts around the globe. I’ll summarize it to share the current status a.s.a.p.

The new ”Over the Skype“ conversation (dated 22 April 2020) with INKISH.TV’s Morten B. Reitoft adds some more insights, facts and findings. You should read & watch.

The key points:

  1. It’s becoming more and more clear that we have stepped into a new era where the industry leader Heidelberg gives up his leadership.
  2. The mantra publicly proclaimed by the CEO Rainer Hundsdörfer, ‘Heidelberg goes digital’ wants to create a new momentum and makes the company, as the lighthouse of the print industry, ’systemically relevant’. — BUT: that is in my opinion completely counter-targeted by the package of measures from March 17, 2020. At least, it creates the danger that the lighthouse will become a dangerous wisp or ghost light for many in the industry.
  3. The goal of sustainably securing the future and prosperity of print was abandoned. It needs a cultural change that works both internally and externally in order to actually achieve the best for everyone in a customer and market-oriented manner.

At least we identified three crucial areas:

  1. Thought Leadership, based on empathy, openness in thinking and confident mindset.
  2. Measures that build trust related all kind of stakeholders
  3. Deep and advancing understanding of the changes & needs to benefit from the digital age.

What do you think?

 


 

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By Andreas Weber | German version below

 

The #drupa2020 is guaranteed not to be a no-brainer. The market dynamics are weakening enormously. The spreading coronavirus confusion drastically limits the freedom of action.

How do you cope with these difficult, volatile times? Actually only on the basis of the insight not to rely on the fact that what was originally planned can also take place in this way.

To me it is crucial to survival:

  • Flexibility in thinking and acting.
  • Agility to be able to react immediately and appropriately to unforeseen events.
  • Networking competence and partnerships with real knowledge workers.

And how should that work from a standing start? And right now, 100 days before drupa, in the usually hectic preparation time, when the focus is on the completion of products and presentations?

Everyone is self-responsible for flexibility and agility. Networking can be learned quickly, especially if you find the right partners. And bravely break new ground.

Traditionally, trade magazines (for PR / advertisements) and direct marketing campaigns have always been the safe bet to address visitors and encourage them to visit their booth at drupa. But that is neither flexible nor agile. And certainly not to be timed properly when things change abruptly.

So what to do?

There is still uncertainty as to whether the #drupa2020 can take place and if so, what we all hope for, whether visitors from all over the world can arrive as usual.

I see two main options on an ad hoc basis:

  1. Connect to smart infotainment at the trade fair, as offered by Deborah Corn with her #Printerverse activities in the area of ​​the drupa DNA-Arena in Hall 7.0.
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  2. Use high-quality, innovative communication offers, implemented by the excellently staffed, experienced and smart #INKISH team headed by Morten B. Reitoft — before, during and after drupa2020. INKISH even has a Plan B in case the fair is actually canceled or postponed. — See my story: We all love INKISH.

Why is there no alternative to breaking new ground?

Either way: All exhibitors have to be prepared for the fact that not all potential customers / buyers can be reached through drupa alone. Networking creates impact and is sustainable. And since no exhibitor can do this on its own, partners are needed.

If there are any questions, I can be contacted at any time, preferably via LinkedIn.

 


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#Sonntagsgedanken: Wie man aus der #drupa2020 das Beste rausholt!

Von Andreas Weber

Die #drupa2020 wird garantiert kein ‚No-Brainer’. Die Marktdynamik schwächelt enorm. Die um sich greifende Coronavirus-Konfusion schränkt die Aktionsfreiheit drastisch ein.

Wie meistert man diese schwierigen, volatilen Zeiten? Eigentlich nur auf Basis der Einsicht, sich nicht darauf zu verlassen, dass das, was ursprünglich geplant ist, auch so stattfinden kann.

Überlebenswichtig erscheint mir:

  1. Flexibilität im Denken und Handeln.
  2. Agilität, um auf unvorhergesehenes sofort und adäquat reagieren zu können.
  3. Networking-Kompetenz und Partnerschaften mit echten Wissensarbeitern.

Und wie soll das gehen, so aus dem Stand heraus? Und gerade jetzt, 100 Tage vor der drupa, in der meist hektischen Vorbereitungszeit, wenn der Fokus auf Fertigstellung von Produkten und Präsentationen liegt?

Für Flexibilität und Agilität ist jeder selbst verantwortlich. Networking kann man rasch lernen, vor allem, wenn man die richtigen Partner findet. Und mutig neue Wege beschreiten.

Klassischerweise waren Fachmagazine (PR/Anzeigen) und Direkt-Marketing-Kampagnen stets die sichere Bank, um Besucher anzusprechen und zum Standbesuch auf der drupa zu bewegen. Doch das ist weder flexibel noch agil. Und schon gar nicht zeitlich zu schaffen, wenn Dinge sich abrupt ändern.

Was also tun?

Noch herrscht Ungewissheit, ob die #drupa2020 stattfinden kann und wenn ja, was wir alle hoffen, ob wie gewohnt aus aller Welt Besucher anreisen können.

Ich sehe ad hoc zwei probate Möglichkeiten:

  1. Sich auf der Messe in smartes Infotainment einklinken, wie das Deborah Corn mit ihren #Printerverse-Aktivtäten im Umfeld der drupa DNA-Arena in Halle 7.0 bietet.
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  2. Fachlich hochwertige, innovative Kommunikations-Angebote nutzen, umgesetzt durch das exzellent besetzte, erfahrene und Interview-freudige #INKISH-Team von Morten B. Reitoft – vor, während und nach der drupa2020. INKISH hält dabei sogar noch einen Plan B bereit, falls tatsächlich die Messe ausfallen oder verschoben werden sollte.

Warum ist es alternativlos, neue Wege zu gehen?

So oder so: Alle Aussteller müssen sich darauf einstellen, dass alleine über die drupa nicht mehr alle potentiellen Kunden/Käufer erreicht werden können. Sich zu vernetzen schafft Wirkung und ist nachhaltig. Und da dies kein Aussteller aus sich heraus schaffen kann, braucht man Partner.

Falls Fragen bestehen, ich bin jederzeit ansprechbar, am besten via LinkedIn.

 


 

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By Andreas Weber

 


I think this is why we all LOVE inkish (…) key to our success is to ensure the passion for our industry continues through strong leadership and I know you share my views on this! 😀Mark Hinder via LinkedIn Febr. 29, 2020


 

WOW, what a great statement by Morten B. Reitoft focussing the current challenges of the printing industry: ”However it’s time to create a change. Good leaders can create a demand and the needed change — too many accept a decreasing market without challenging that a major part of the down curve comes from lower prices less than decreasing demand ! I challenge that!“

Admittedly, #drupa2020 as the leading global trade fair for the print industry, like all of us, faces maximum challenges. So do we have to pull our heads down? Or stay silent and hope that everything will be done by itself soon? Hardly likely! In this respect, Morten’s thoughts and commitment are important. important for survival!

Because: Valuable communication about print as the basis of success has never been as important to all of us as it is right now and in the near future. If we take stock, it becomes clear that the classic ways in which we design communication — predominantly through push activities, i.e. sender-driven – hardly have any effect. Especially since the content is technically tailored to the needs of the sender. What we need are relevant messages and content that are based on the real market situation and even more on the needs of the individual.

 

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The INKISH concept for #drupa2020 therefore seems unbeatable to me: using the highest level of expertise of a powerful, international and interdisciplinary team, it builds a bridge between innovations, fresh ideas, constructive criticism, comments, reviews and specific needs. And with the help of real-time communication at the highest level!

The core questions are the following, which affect print shops around the world and their suppliers equally:

  • Is your business model flexible enough to adapt to the winds of change?
  • How can you benefit from state-of-the-art communication methodologies in a proper way?

The evaluation factors are characterized by three crucial keywords:

#measurable   

#noticeable   

#enriching

 


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What makes INKISH so special and valuable?

I am sure there is a common sense:  crucial for success at #drupa2020 is the best global conversation you can get — in advance, during and after the trade show.

Therefore it’s possible become part of the unique INKISH Team Approach. And I am very proud of being part of it!

MY POV: Our #INGLORIOUSINKISHTEAM with an extraordinary expertise is able to cover #drupa2020 like never before: 55+ hrs. live broadcasting, showcasing 150+ exhibitors. The best: Anybody could subscribe to INKISH for free to use it and love it.

At least, I am also sure that our approach and USP could be your benefit. Some crucial information and key success factors:

  • INKISH is based on two innovative platforms: INKISH.TV and INKISH.News, which combine all assets of an avant-garde communication world in the digital age
  • quality leadership by INKISH through state-of-the-art conversation management (multilingual, multiperspectival, multimedial)
  • broadest spectrum in interactive storytelling, driven by an international expert team, covering all the relevant drupa topics
  • combining real-time video reporting with a massiv Social Media support; we have by fare the strongest impact on Social Media in the whole industry combined with the most profound experience
    • 100k+ direct contacts to top level experts and executives in 160+ countries around the globe via LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, XING
    • based on the results of drupa 2016 we expect during drupa 2020 more than 10m impressions preliminary via Twitter and LinkedIn
  • we are able addressing and interacting with almost all drupa visitors, exhibitors and mediators in real-time.
  • Last but not least: sustainability at its best! INKISH.News provides a dynamic online platform for collaborative publishing which will be joined with INKISH.TV delivering the best-in-class drupa archive.

 


Do you want to experience more?

Get in touch with Henrik Klem Lassen, INKISH’s smart Business Development Manager


 

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By Andreas Weber

Appreciate. Again you hit the point, dear Morten B. Reitoft, when you tell us: ”Marketing People Sucks – Get NEW ones NOW!“

Given the fact that digital transformation is dramatically changing the way companies are run, there is no doubt that this will have an impact on marketing.

Another important aspect is that the print business mainly consists of marketing services. So if you don’t understand marketing, you don’t understand your customers and their business.

The blogger and marketing thought leader Mark Schaefer from the USA, author of the must-read book MARKETING REBELLION, recently noticed that hardly any marketing professionals are being sought. He sees the development of marketing automation driven by algorithms rolling inexorably on us.

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I myself asked a few years ago: Throw out the so-called marketing professionals! Especially those who still have old school thinking and see marketing as a permanent sales pitch. I rarely got so much encouragement, especially from print shop entrepreneurs. But also from their suppliers.

 


From my point of view, what has changed is that a new briefing has clearly arisen: the focus is no longer on brand experience, but on customer experience and benefits.


 

My advice then as now is: Use Smart Communication as a driver of corporate success. Let people with the best understanding of communication move to the front row.

Because the Brand Experience Principle no longer applies. Customer sensitivities and expectations can best be met with an individually-tailored Smart Communication architecture, which should be designed with a customer experience focus.

 


If the Smart Communication strategy, which is so successful for i. e. for Apple, is structured in a systemic way, adapted to your company, and precisely understood in detail, the essence of Smart Communication, you will be able to respond extremely quickly to individual customer needs. There is no other choice! ‘Communication first’ thus goes hand in hand with ‘Customer benefits first.’


At least

Think different! Put your current branding and customer experience strategies to the test and discuss your findings with others.

Rethink and critically assess the values of your company’s current communication approach and processes.

 


 

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Morten B. Reitoft, Founder and CEO of INKISH. Photo: Andreas Weber

 

By Andreas Weber

 


It is quite rare in the print industry to have constructive discussions on social media. Morten B. Reitoft shows that it can be done differently. His provocative POV on INKISH.News inspired by my current interview regarding the resignation of Dr. Ulrich Hermann, Chief Digital Officer at Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, sparked a global debate. And that’s exactly what we need. Bravo!

Some stats for the very first 24h shows the importance:

  • a couple of thousands of readers for the full stories
  • more than 10k viewers plus many hundreds of interactions in real-tme on LinkedIn
  • around three dozend qualified comments which will be the bases for further sories

Here are excerpts from the current discussion on LinkedIn.


 

You should read the latest INKISH.News post by Morten B. Reitoft. It’s very valuable. It’s about: What if Heidelberg went out of business?

Morten actually posted on LinkedIn: “When almost the entire board has stepped down, a new board will most likely have to take an in-depth look into the strategy, and a new board rarely decides to adopt the previous board’s strategy without alterations. So it is not just about implementation – it is about developing a strategy that can be implemented and show it’s strength.” And attached a Link to his full story.

 


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Here is my comment. Pls. feel free to comment on your own.

 

Appreciate your POV, dear Morten. And hopefully its a real wake-up call 🙂

Some input from my side:

  1. The board was downsized with a view to the future, not replaced.
  2. The strategy is and has been approved by the Supervisory Board and its new chairman, a profound expert in corporate strategy, and is fully supported.
  3. The CEO and CFO must now implement the strategy, supported by a newly established executive committee with solid experience in business operations. The motto: execute!
  4. Subscription fully relates to offset printing. This is not about a new sales model, but about digital business model design options that help customers to focus on an improved go-to-market in partnership. Heidelberg takes on the risk and takes over the complete technology, supply and service management to increase the value and profit of the print shop — all based on IoT / Big Data, AI and automation.
  5. It is doubtful that subscription customers go bankrupt because business management is highly transparent and verifiable in real time. It could hardly be better.
  6. The target is of course to establish a new eco-system for print shops. That is why Heidelberg has purchased Crispy Mountain, puts its IT on cloud solutions and in the future relies on AI.
  7. You are right: Ink-Jet Printing is a main topic for the future. Heidelberg’s clear statement is that they generally rely on partnerships in digital printing. And Heidelberg has a lot of catching up to do here.
  8. I wouldn’t say that Heidelberg marketing is poor. Right now it’s different. Talk to the people at Heidelberg Digital Unit, headed by Sonja Mechling. They are amazing. But of course there is still a lot to do…
  9. At least: You are right, we need a new communication approach. Therefor it’s great to see how INKISH makes progress. Heidelberg and others could and should learn from.
  10. The real problem at Heidelberg is: Too high costs for factories in Wiesloch/Germany that are too large. This results in drastic measures that everyone wants to avoid. And this is associated with a cultural change, since you don’t have to stay a mechanical engineer but become a digital solution provider for print in the digital age.

PS: The market capitalization of Heidelberg went down (currently <200 m €). So the company is totally undervalued. — Sounds cynical, but could become a real scenario: Maybe HP or Xerox or even Koenig & Bauer or who ever will achieve Heidelberg (in the worst case to shut it down). Who knows?


 

A lot of others commented as well. This is great and exactly what we need to push things forward in the print industry!

 


 

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#Think!Paper — Edition 3, Vol. 1

Interview by Andreas Weber, Head of Value

 

Morten B. Reitoft from Denmark is one of my favorite colleagues. Dedicated to TV & Video to promote print in the best way. His advice is always valuable and well recognized around the globe. So I am happy to get his statements in the context of our unique #Think!paper work.

What is the beauty of print in the digital age?

Morten B. Reitoft: It’s tactile qualities, it’s a push media, and it represents a brand in multiple dimensions rather than just on a screen!


 

Everything in the Mobile Age is so fast. Why is the adaption of digital printing technology innovations so slow?

Morten B. Reitoft: One of the biggest obstacles for print, in general, is cost, time and distribution. The designing process is more or less the same, so the cost for both print and distribution is the major differentiator — and of course, the time it takes from idea to it reaches an audience.

An even more critical obstacle adapting print is two issues that we as an industry have:

  1. we believe we should measure print the same way as digital content, in clicks, impressions, etc. and that have till date been impossible
  2. we don’t even believe in print ourselves as an industry – just check how few printing companies that produce marketing material for their products and services on print!

The industry needs to take our own medicine and use print in our marketing. We have to define the measures for how we want to be accounted for.

I believe that print has a way higher impact than mobile and web since it last longer, has the tactility and represent a brand way better for the same reasons.

We have also forgotten some of the virtues from the past – print can be just pretty, engage and impress – in my opinion, that works too!


 

What are the key drivers for a powerful & successful print service biz today and what will it be in the future?

Morten B. Reitoft: The driver is the same as it has always been – demand! The service providers today have to figure out which markets to address.

If you want to be a commodity supplier, you’ll need volume, and probably prices are one of the major drivers for getting commodity customers. Today online printers can’t really differentiate on quality since all deliver to the standards, so the new with online printers is to offer same-day services as well as extending their offerings into, i.e. merchandise.

For printers who want to work with higher margin products – quality, diversity, paper, is the major drivers. Some printers even consider to work into new niches like packaging, labels, printed electronics, decor – and though really not related 3D. About the future – I have written an article that I still believe is right “Printers will be factories – and customers will buy from elsewhere” – referring to the fact that somebody will need to add value to a product and especially commodity printers will not be part of the value-adding process since they ONLY focus on price.

Thanks, Morten, for sharing your thoughts and insights.

 


 

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About

Morten B. Reitoft is an experienced CEO with a passion for development of ideas and business. He is very creative and very hard working and one of his greatest strength is his ability to encourage people – whether these are customers, employees or business partners.

Specialties: Creative, competitive, Great interest in both the detail and the overview, very good communication skills, inspiring, fast thinking, internationally oriented, great interest in people, business and processes.

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#Think!Paper — the key facts at a glance

What we do
We evaluate and profile print and its proponents as an effective driving force for transformation – across all industries!

Our mission
We show, first and foremost, that print is by no means driftwood in an ocean of transformation (with Titanic-style effects) but rather a solid anchor for the ‘tsunamis in our heads’!

Our USP

  • We are bringing together the brightest minds to form interdisciplinary #Think!Teams with a global outlook.
  • We are building up the finest pool of expertise with a clear focus on interaction, discourse, customer experience and sustainable conversations.
  • We are reinforcing the bedrock of any successful ‘digital’ transformation – proficient, dynamic and meaningful communication.

Benefits for our partners
We help our partners make new and market-relevant discoveries that inspire them and inject new energy into their development.

 


 

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By Morten B. Reitoft, Editor/CEO INKISH, TV for- and about the printing industry, based in Roskilde, Zealand/Denmark

(The story was originally posted on LinkedIn, 5. March 2019)

#Think!Paper — Edition 2, Vol. 3 

Do you know the feeling of anti-climax? You have been busy for many days, maybe even been traveling, perhaps yet met a lot of people and, then you are back in your office, and things are quiet. Perhaps not more quiet than usual, but the contrast is what makes the anti-climax. This is how I am right now.

Last week I was at the Hunkeler Innovationdays #HID19 in Lucerne, Switzerland and it was actually one of the events I really anticipated to visit. Many friends, many business partners, potential business partners, and well – equipment that whatever you look at it as amazing. When you look at the digital printers, they are pretty amazing. The quality, the speed, the size, the – well – everything is just amazing. However, the binding is actually to some extent more amazing. You feed a roll in one end, and you see finished applications coming out in the other end. Books, statements, magazines, you name it, and I can’t help thinking about the amazing world what we live in. Technology keeps bringing us new amazing options, but most people in the printing industry don’t even know. The requirements for the vendors must be quite stressful from time to time. How do you keep innovating and how do you keep bringing new technology to the market when even the last great invention hasn’t sold in quantity expected?

At Hunkeler Innovationdays I spoke to CEO Michel Hunkeler and he kind of said (listen for yourself when we publish the interview) that Inkjet printers didn’t sell as fast as anticipated. It’s not cheap to develop machines like that and to be profitable, volume to some extent is required, or the price will be too high. Partnerships are seen as never before. Today we see technology from one vendor build into technology from another vendor. Some even re-brand products to get a wider distribution and who knows maybe shared development- and marketing cost. Two fresh examples are Ricoh/FujiFilm/Heidelberg or what about Argos/Plockmatic and then Hunkeler who build the amazing equipment that interfaces with practically every major supplier of inline or nearline binding equipment.

Houston we have got a problem. We – as an industry – continues to focus on effectiveness, lower cost and unfortunately don’t focus a lot on how to grow our industry. I have said this numerous times, and of course, my voice is a beep in the bigger world – but friends we have to do something.

 

Events #HID19

#HID19 was a big success according to all those exhibitors. Indeed, it was very well organized and highly informative. 

 

Where does it start? It starts with having a focus on growth rather than price – maybe not so much from the vendor side, but your hard work making machines better, faster, and more efficient drive the price development in the wrong direction. Your customers need to learn how to focus on growth – not just from a company perspective but an industry perspective. Some marketing people don’t know what we are capable of. Some people believe that print is old-fashion. Some people don’t see the value in push media and printed communication. Some of your customers don’t even know the basic skills when it comes to selling applications and solutions on anything but price?

I think we as an industry should figure out what to do. 

Many people in the industry actually do something about this – but all are small voices in a big world, and you should support these people. If you can make the industry grow your customers will increase revenue and profit, and they will be able to invest in your equipment – it’s that simple!

A few mentions! Deborah Corn and her Project Peacock educate the designers and print buyers. Matthew Parker teaches printers to sell not on price. Pat McGrew educate the market with her Print Sample TV. TwoSides about the environmental issues – and many more people – not to forget mentioning INKISH of course. We all work to make the printing industry better, more profitable, growing and exciting in the future as well – but vendors should financially support the future of the industry – and if you don’t want to encourage any existing channels just for the sake of marketing – find your projects that can support the industry you are part of and invest. The ROI in my opinion is higher and the impact on everybody is considerable. I personally buy magazines for more than $100 a month, I buy books frequently – if we all buy more print applications we support our industry and why shouldn’t we?

And then – After the Hunkeler Innovationdays I checked out some of the vendor’s websites – my god. Take a look at your own site and tell yourself that it does a good job – if you think so, fine – if not – do something about it. INKISH is about storytelling but to see websites in 2019 that still only focus on products – not even tell stories from users or inspire potential customers – my goodness – you will have a difficult time communicating with the younger generations.

DO something about that as well!

 


 

Response

There was immediately an interesting discussion on LinkedIn after Morton published his story. Here our selection via screenshot.

 

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About Morten

Morten B. Reitoft is an experienced CEO with a passion for development of ideas and business. His statement: ”I am very creative and very hard working and one of my greatest strength is my ability to encourage people – whether these are customers, employees or business partners.”

Specialties: Creative, competitive, Great interest in both the detail and the overview, very good communication skills, inspiring, fast thinking, internationally oriented, great interest in people, business and processes.

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