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Henkel X

Accelerating Henkel’s entrepreneurial transformation.

Join us on our journey to a new digital culture.

Ecosystem

Ecosystem

An open innovation platform integrating a strong, diverse network of partners and experts sharing knowledge, views and ideas.

Experience

Experience

New and interactive events and formats fostering collaboration and innovation.

Experiment

Experiment

New ways of working and building minimum viable products (MVPs) fast in an agile environment.

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Get in Touch with Us

Together, the team focuses on driving innovation and explores disruptive new business models.

About Henkel X

Since the beginning Henkel has always been a pioneering, entrepreneurial driven company striving to make life easier and better. Everything we at Henkel do aims to create a better future. That’s why we have created Henkel X: an agile, hyper-connected and entrepreneurial platform for collaboration and innovation. We bring together the smartest network and industry partners through open collaboration. Our ambition is to unite and accelerate Henkel’s entrepreneurial transformation across three pillars: Ecosystem, Experience and Experimentation (build, measure and learn).

We offer a collaborative approach across all industry sectors to continuously improve customer and business partner relationships and consumer experience. The development of new business models collectively accelerates and innovates, driving industrial digital transformation.

is a group of technologies that are used as a base upon which other applications, processes or technologies are developed. In personal computing, a platform is the basic hardware (computer) and software (operating system) on which software applications can be run.

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Henkel X News

Jun 11, 2019  

Banking On The Unbanked

Mobile operators, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and startups have teamed up to extend interoperability of mobile money services in a way that specifically meets the needs of Africa’s poor. Could the same model be used to transform the Internet?
(The Innovator — Issue #10)