Till Meyer is interested in how change and progress reach the world: What it takes for digitization to reach people and for rural areas to have a future. In doing so, he is committed to new thinking and networked action, to exciting places and projects that not everyone is talking about yet. He actively supported Potsdam's successful application as a de:hub and smart city, built up brands such as the technology transfer "Wilde Mischung", the "Cross Cluster Camp" and #digitalsommer, and initiated and moderated impulse circles from business and science. Startups and initiatives such as Neuland21 or Netzwerk Zukunftsorte, digital model regions and test fields he accompanies as coordinator for digitization and Smart Country from the beginning - at the Economic Development Agency of the State of Brandenburg (WFBB). As initiator of "Smart Country Brandenburg", an umbrella format founded together with Bitkom and Fraunhofer IESE, he helps develop digital places and projects in Brandenburg.