Spotlight on Rollouts & Go-Lives: DER STANDARD & Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger


Mission accomplished! Following the success of our first Spotlight livestream event highlighting Süddeutsche Zeitung in April, we decided to go for a second round. The focus this time: The Livingdocs go-live experience showcasing customers Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger and DER STANDARD. 

And we are happy to say that the second edition in our Spotlight Series was a hit. Once again, team work made the dream work! It was great to see the familiar faces of our customers and partners in our office engaging in lively conversations with our speakers and each other as our remote audience chimed in from afar. A heartfelt thanks to our esteemed speakers from DER STANDARD and Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger who shared their experience rolling out Livingdocs.

Please enjoy some impressions of the Livingdocs Spotlight: Second Edition!

23. November 

The gang's all here! Warming up with our speakers before the guests arrive. 

Gabriel Hase, CEO Livingdocs, kicks off our second Spotlight Event.

Florian Stambula, Head of Product, Deputy Head of Publishing Digital, and Daniela Rom, Chefin vom Dienst Online at DER STANDARD are introduced by our Head of Business, Céline Tykve, for their presentation on their learnings going live with Livingdocs, as well as their top 5 factors for a successful rollout.

A chatty coffee and cheesecake break with our guests.

Martin Dowideit, Deputy Editor-in-Chief & Head of Digital, and Timo Schillinger, Senior Product Manager at Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger share their takeaways from their 'big bang' tech overhaul experience, and how the Livingdocs go-live played a role in that journey.

Our in-person audience in full engagement. 

Our CPO Beni Buess presents the closing talk of the event. 

Behind the scenes of the Livingdocs Spotlight.

Followed by a wonderful Apéro Riche provided by the local, sustainable and oldest vegetarian restaurant in the world, Hiltl. 

Want to watch the livestream at your convenience? Stream it below.

And that's a wrap! Until next time...