Support by leading figures from business and culture

We can fall back on the experience and an extensive network of our advisory board members, who have accompanied us since our foundation both in terms of content and strategy.

  • Prof. Dr. h.c. Roland Berger
    As our advisory board chairman Roland Berger contributes significantly to our success with his outstanding experience in the field of strategy consulting.
    Roland Berger is founder and honorary chairman of Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, a leading global strategy consultancy with 35 offices in 24 countries. He is also the benefactor and founder of the Roland Berger Foundation, which promotes human rights and education. As a member of several university councils and boards of trustees and as an honorary professor for business administration and management consulting at the Brandenburgisch-Technischen Universit├Ąt (Brandenburg University of Technology), he devotes more than a third of his working hours to socio-political commitments. Roland Berger is also a member of various supervisory and advisory boards of national and international companies, foundations and organisations.
  • Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Horst Wildemann
    Horst Wildemann supports us in consulting and marketing for educational institutions.
    Since 1980 Horst Wildemann has taught at the universities of Bayreuth and Passau and since 1988 at the Technical University of Munich. In addition to his teaching activities, he heads a consulting institute for corporate planning and logistics with over 60 employees. He is also a consultant, supervisory board member and advisory board member for leading industrial companies.
    Horst Wildemann was awarded the Staatsmedaille des Freistaates Bayern (State Medal of the Free State of Bavaria), the Bundesverdienstkreuz 1. Klasse (Federal Cross of Merit) of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Bayerische Verdienstorden (Bavarian Order of Merit). He received honorary doctorates from the Universities of Klagenfurt, Passau and Cottbus. In addition to his admission to the Hall of Fame for Logistics, he was also awarded the honorary pin of the Bundesvereinigung Logistik (German Logistics Association).