Stand visit of Prime Minister Kretschmer at the Saxony Family Day
As early as the 23rd The Saxon Ministry of Family Affairs is hosting a big family day. We were at the booth of sms with our solution family-and-professional.
In the beautiful Wurzen this time the big family festival of the state of Saxony took place. The event is hosted by tradition the Saxon State Ministry of Social Affairs and the Free State as a whole. In addition to the delicacies at the stalls and great entertainment program, non-profit organizations also had the opportunity to exhibit there. We were there with IT helps gGmbH and our IT solution for a better reconciliation of family and work at the booth of SMS. We were not only present with rollups and brochures. The presentation of our digital helper for family friendliness by us directly at the trade fair PC was a highlight at the booth.
It was therefore a very special honour for us that our Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer, together with Minister of State Barbara Klepsch, also had our IT solution presented. Although only one minute was planned, the two listened attentively to the remarks at the presented live object of Peggy and asked interested questions. In addition to the content and modern functionalities as well as the use of AI, multilingualism also met with Polish, Czech and Russian as well as accessibility with light language and a lot of opposition and praise.
Therefore, at the end of the conversation, Peggy gathered all the courage and asked both the Prime Minister and the Minister to sponsor the project. This was gladly answered in the affirmative. Both business cards, but especially the postcards to the apps, both gladly took with them. After all, they also face the challenges of reconciling work and family life. Perhaps our solution is also helpful in dealing with them.
We are very pleased about the verbal commitment of Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer and Minister Barbara Klepsch to a project sponsorship – because it shows that real help for Saxony's citizens is very close to our leaders' hearts.