Max Schön, Member of the Council
Managing partner of Max Schön Verwaltungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. Service KG, president German Association for the Club of Rome, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the DESERTEC Foundation, Executive director of the initiative 2° - German CEOs for Climate Protection
„A balanced world has been a must for the Club of Rome since 1972– the challenge for our work at the German Council for Sustainable Development.”
|31 July 1961
||Born in Lübeck
||High school graduation (A levels) at Leibniz Gymnasium in Bad Schwartau
|1981 - 1984
||Business administration studies at “Duale Hochschule Stuttgart”
||Entry in the family business MAX SCHÖN GmbH & Co KG in Lübeck
||Formation of subsidiaries in Rostock, Riga (Latvia), Tallinn (Estonia), Szczecin (Poland), conversion of the parent company in the legal from of a corporation.
||Contribution of the MAX SCHÖN AG in the Sanistål A/S, Aalborg, Denmark and outsourcing of the real estate business and the kitchen retail bulthaup Max & Co. in separate entities turn from executive board to the supervisory board of MAX SCHÖN AG
|2001 - 2005
||President of the entrepreneurs’ association
„Die Familienunternehmer – ASU“
Topical professional functions
Executive director of the initiative 2° - German CEOs for Climate Protection (www.initiative2grad.de)
Executive shareholder of bulthaup Max & Co. GmbH, Lübeck,
Executive shareholder of Max Schön Verwaltungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. Service KG, Lübeck
A-shareholder and member of the supervisory board at Sanistål A/S, Aalborg (DK)
Deputy chairman of the supervisory board of MAX SCHÖN AG, Lübeck
Chairman of the supervisory board of DESERTEC Foundation, Hamburg/Berlin
Member of the supervisory board of TimberTec AG, Eutin
Member of the executive board of the Possehl foundation, Lübeck,
Member of the board of trustees of Fachhochschule Lübeck,
Member of the climate council of the state of Schleswig-Holstein
Since June 2010 Member of the German Council for Sustainable Development (RNE)
Max Schön is married and has five children.
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