Gisma hosts successful Skills Sprint Week
With over 240 registered students for 23 events in Potsdam and Berlin, the week proved to be an enriching and rewarding experience for all.
A notable highlight was the visit to the Bundestag, where students immersed themselves in Germany’s rich history and global impact. Engaging discussions on international and European relations, including temporary European politics with MP Knut Abraham, provided valuable insights.
At the Bundestag, students attended the workshop “Beyond the Borders: Germany’s Economic and Sustainable Influence in International Relations.” Knut Abraham, a former diplomat and Member of the German Parliament, shared wisdom on topics like the impact of war on Germany’s economy, future prospects, and NATO. International students also received valuable advice on integrating and thriving in Germany.
The week continued with a visit to SAP in Potsdam, where students toured cutting-edge facilities and attended presentations on AI implementation and business ethics, gaining valuable knowledge and insights.
In addition, a table tennis tournament highlighted the fusion of individual skills and workplace proficiency. Participants showcased exceptional determination and competitive spirit, demonstrating valuable professional skills. The top three finalists were rewarded with Amazon vouchers, celebrating their achievements.
The event concluded with captivating talks by industry experts. Tomas Rederer from PwC shared expertise on Digital Ecosystem Development for the Future of Banks, providing students with a global perspective on the banking sector. Ruedi Nauer from Dicota delivered an intriguing talk on International Marketing, encouraging collaboration and pitch presentations.
Throughout the week, students also attended sessions on IT Integration and Automation in Supply Chain Management, featuring representatives from Wolt and TomTom. The cutting-edge strategies and solutions in this field were eagerly absorbed by the enthusiastic audience.