Four walls of iron, roughly put together. One room. No electricity, no running water. That´s the home of José Aquino Lopez, his wife Concha and their eight children. They live on the outskirts of Tizayuca, a small city about two hours North of Mexico City. Two years ago, a fire destroyed everything they owned. José is a consctruction worker, but the money he makes is just enough to feed his family.
When we meet Donna Concha and her family for SAP TV, the faces of her eight children are full of laughter and joy. On reason might be that they were allowed to skip school today, to welcome the German TV crew. The other reason is, they can show us their new home. A real house, with electricity and water, built with bricks they actually produced themselves. [click to continue…]
SAP co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe talks in depth with CNBC’s ‘Managing Asia’ anchor Christine Tan about SAP’s growth strategy and success, about cloud, mobile, database and analytics. In a 25-minute program, Snabe underlines his optimism for SAP’s growth opportunities in Asia – especially in China – and explains why SAP’s HANA is a game-changer that puts the company in front of its competition. Snabe talks also about his own management style and leadership principles and the success of the co-CEO model with Bill McDermott and his plans for the future.
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Euronews program “Real Economy” takes a deep dive into German economy issues and discusses why Germany went better than other countries in the Euro-Zone through the Euro-Crisis. Presenter Maithreyi Seetharaman talks in an extensive interview with SAP co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe. Snabe, a Dane, leading SAP, the biggest enterprise software maker of the world, talks about his experience being a global business leader, running a German based multinational company. WATCH EURONEWS TV Snabe sees a rapid change from industrialization to digitalization. He makes the point that economy and politics have to take care to educate young people better and put a focus on IT skills, which will become more and more important for job opportunities.