Our global initiative She’s Mercedes is a platform dedicated to inspiring, connecting and empowering women, highlighting their unique success and creating a dialogue that transcends cultures, industries and experiences.
Kerstin Heiligenstetter, Head of She’s Mercedes, looks back at memorable encounters from the past five years.
A short film about Thai landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom and her vision to reconnect her hometown of Bangkok back to nature.
“Don’t be afraid of money.” At the age of 22, Lauren Simmons became the only female stockbroker on the NYSE.
Career changers welcome! Chief Listening Officer, commercial drone pilot, UX developer: Here are the jobs of the future.
Only one thing is certain: Nothing stays the same. Isn’t that nice? An ode to progress.
One family, one home, one journey around the world. They have chosen to live their dream of an alternative life.
Two mothers and one father tell us about raising their daughters to become strong women.
With her "Curiosity Club", Parisian Margaux Hammer brings together international women from various industries from Paris to Mumbai.
Entrepreneur Verena Pausder sets new standards with her commitment to children’s digital education.
Luciana Urban-Jamnik on lifelong learning and how she masters the balancing act between passion and discipline.
Learn how conservation photographer Cristina Mittermeier uses her work to protect the oceans.
Learning to say no with the help of coins? These six strategies could help you to be more assertive in the workplace.
Not many bosses take the initiative to offer to raise your pay. For that, you have to put yourself out there.
Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow on her greatest role: as a successful entrepreneur.
Actress Yalitza Aparicio turns her back on Hollywood glamour, preferring to be a philanthropist in her homeland of Mexico.
Will we only drive ourselves in future if we really want to? How automated driving could change our lives.
She’s Mercedes, together with Bell Collective, went on a road trip in the Dolomites with travel photographer Alina Rudya.
Seven women over 50 discuss their infectious passion for reinvention, and share advice for the younger and their fellow generation of female business ...
Renata Jungo Brüngger is a board member and risk manager at Daimler. She talks about opportunities and courage on the job.
How Ada Lovelace outlined the principles of software development 100 years before the first computer.
Award-winning career guru Aimee Bateman founded the platform Careercake for people looking to land their dream job.
How Dalad Kambhu is changing star cuisine.
Entrepreneur Babou Olengha-Aaby brings inspiring, undiscovered women into the foreground.
Catherine Gaudry focuses on diversity, New Work and mindfulness to help transform the business world.
People today are keen on the principle of sharing instead of owning things. The fast-spreading trend promises freedom.
Sharon Cohen is dedicated to empowering girls and fostering strength through figure skating.
Anything is possible: the 34th edition of the Hyères Fashion Festival honours the radical fashion of young designers.
Mercedes-Benz manager and mentor Sabine Scheunert champions women in the IT and technology sector.
Solo percussionist Evelyn Glennie’s talent has flourished despite her extremely restricted hearing.
Simone Menne, first female CFO of a DAX-30 company, encourages women to leave their comfort zone.
She’s Mercedes, together with Bell Collective, went on a road trip with Icelandic travel photographer Ása Steinarsdóttir.
Despite a serious accident, racer Sophia Flörsch never considered quitting.
Harvard business grads Marcela Sapone and Jessica Beck are revolutionising home services with their award-w...
Fashion professional Stacey Clark takes us on a tour in her restored 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL through her ...
Communications consultant Antje Pfahl gives advice on how to build a new life in a foreign country.