Daniel Florian

I help Dropbox navigate European public policy issues - or enjoy drinking and brewing craft beer. Wha...  
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Head of Government Affairs, Germany

  • Dropbox
  • Dec 2017 - Present

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Future of Work

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Sep 22, 2021
Sep 22, 2021
Wrote a Blog Post
Together with a few people from the digital policy think tank D64, we published a blogpost on why a more flexible approach to work can accelerate social change in many areas. I am curious about your thoughts: https://d-64.org/recht-auf-homeoffice/
Sep 02, 2021
Sep 02, 2021
Wrote a Blog Post
Die Pandemie war für Dropbox Anlass, unsere Art zu arbeiten komplett zu hinterfragen und uns in ein "Virtual First"-Unternehmen zu transformieren. Was das für uns bedeutet und was andere Unternehmen aus unseren Erfahrungen lernen können durfte ich auf dem Blog "Zukunft der Arbeit" der Bertelsmann Stiftung erzählen. Ich freue mich über eure eigenen Geschichten und Erfahrungen hier oder in den Kommentaren zum Blogpost!  
Head of Government Affairs, Germany, Dropbox
Aug 18, 2021
Aug 18, 2021
Raised funds for charity
Supporting a colleague
For the next fourty days or so, one of my colleagues is travelling coast to coast with his bike - and he is raising funds in support of World Bicycle Relief, an NGO that provides people with bikes so that they can drive to school, carry their goods to the market or visit an ill patient. It's a great cause and I have made a small donation already, so please do join me if you like and can!
Aug 17, 2021
Aug 17, 2021
Posted a job
ITI is hiring a Senior Policy Manager in Brussels to tackle privacy, AI, competition and many more fascinating tech regulation issues. It's a great crew so I'd encourage you to have a look at the profile!
Aug 06, 2021
Aug 06, 2021
Joined an Early Adopter Program
Testing Polywork
Not quite sure wether it's a bug or a feature that you cannot interact with content that other users post on Polywork other than to repost it ...
Aug 06, 2021
Aug 06, 2021
Commented on an article
I am deeply skeptical about the new on-demand delivery services like Gorillas and agree that there seems to be little innovation or technology in the sector but a host of new social issues such as the status of riders and congestion in residential areas. Plus, there's plenty of other ways to solve for the problem, e.g. by relying on existing infrastructure.

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