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b-next Group is strengthening the management team and making further preparations for its continued business growth

Herford, London, Lviv, New York 8 April 2019, b-next holding AG is pleased to announce that, with immediate effect, the Supervisory Board has appointed Mr. Stefan Queck and Mrs. Olesja Pauls as additional members of the Executive Board. Wolfgang Fabisch, the former sole member of the Executive Board and company founder, assumes the position of Chairman of the Executive Board.  Stefan Queck will head the Sales department and Olesja Pauls assumes the role of CFO/COO.

Other members of the Senior Leadership Team are Ralf Fleer (Head of Software Development & IT, Herford), Rody Mulder (Head of Professional Services, Herford), Guido Ali (Head of Marketing, Herford), David Ririe (UK Sales Director, London), Andriy Zakharevych (Product Manager Energy, Lviv). Furthermore, Werner Spreeuwenberg (Project Manager, Herford) is contact person for the area Cloud Solutions.

Through this measure, b-next Group lays a solid foundation for further innovation and the pursuit of further international growth in the coming years. At the same time, the course is set for paving the way for the next generation.

Founder and CEO Wolfgang Fabisch: “The greatest strength of b-next is our young, innovative, very dedicated and international team. I would like to thank all our employees for their exemplary commitment, which is the prerequisite for attracting many new customers over the next few years and for continued substantial growth.

It gives me great pleasure to extend my warmest congratulations to Stefan Queck and Olesja Pauls on their new roles and I am sure that we can achieve our common goals even better now. The entire Senior Leadership Team is an integral part of our group-wide growth strategy.“

Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Bernd Wittemoeller: “Through the expansion of the Group’s management structure, Wolfgang Fabisch is setting the course for further growth and the hand-over of businesses to the next generation. This is an important step in the right direction.”