#MIMINI

#MiMini is a collection on one-on-one interviews with Millennial aged industry professionals and non-millennial aged specialist who offer an interesting insight into the world of multi-generational working within the maritime industry.


#MiMini with Sahar Lemanczyk September 1, 2020

In our last #MiMini, INFORM’s Matthew Wittemeier sat down with our surprise panelists, Sahar Lemanczyk, Managing Partner at bloog, to delve into the world of being a Millennial, being a woman, and being an ethnic minority, and what all that means for working in maritime. As part of our exclusive series in partnership with TOC Digital, this article is a teaser of what we can expect to be exploring in the upcoming TOC Digital Millennials in Maritime People session (#MiM20People).

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#MiMini with Robin Audenaerdt August 24, 2020

As part of our exclusive series in partnership with TOC Digital, INFORM’s Matthew Wittemeier caught up with Robin Audenaerdt, MSc MA, who runs his own firm, Audenaerdt Project Management, to explore his views on Millennials in maritime. As this year’s moderator, Robin will shape the conversation during the live event. As such, we wanted to get to know him a bit better and get an understanding of his views on Millennials and the topics he thinks we should be exploring. This article is a teaser of what we can expect to be exploring in the upcoming TOC Digital Millennials in Maritime People session (#MiM20People).

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#MiMini with Matthew Wittemeier August 10, 2020

In our third installment of the #MiMini exclusive series in partnership with TOC Digital, I’ve seeded the “host” seat back into the capable hands of INFORM’s Dirk Schlemper to interview myself, Matthew Wittemeier, Marketing Manager at INFORM.

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#MiMini with Marcin Kamola August 3, 2020

As part of our exclusive series in partnership with TOC Digital, INFORM’s Matthew Wittemeier caught up with Marcin Kamola, Communications and Sales Support Manager at DCT Gdańsk to dig into his background on the terminal operations side of maritime and on what it was like being an “old” Millennial in Maritime. Working in a company that has challenged the status quo and now becoming senior manager responsible for multiple teams, Marcin opens up on what it’s like to change an industry. This article is a teaser of what we can expect to be exploring in the upcoming TOC Digital Millennials in Maritime People session (#MiM20People).

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#MiMini with Beth Maundrill July 23, 2020

As part of our exclusive series in partnership with TOC Digital, INFORM’s Matthew Wittemeier caught up with Beth Maundrill, Editor-in-Chief at Port Technology International, to get a sneak peek at what her views are on being a Millennial in Maritime. From how she found her way into the industry, to what it is like to work in it on a daily basis, Beth gives us an insight into what we can expect to be exploring in the upcoming TOC Digital Millennials in Maritime People session (#MiM20People).

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TOC Digital MiM

Building on the successes from the 2019 Millennials in Maritime (MiM19) panel, we’re back this year with an in-depth and focused look at millennials’ take on working in maritime. This is a must-attend session for any company looking to hire, integrate, and retain millennials into their teams.

To explore this topic, INFORM, in partnership with TOC Digital, has put together a multifaceted, multigender millennial panel to weigh-in on the social issues of today and debate the millennials’ view of tomorrow. In short, millennials are now a central part of the world’s workforce, and their approach to work and broader social issues will come to define how companies act in the coming decade.

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