Christopher Heinemann to leave Manufactum Group Executive Board

30.01.2018 | Hamburg

Dr Christopher Heinemann (48), Executive Director of the Manufactum Group, has decided not to extend his contract in order to take up new career challenges outside the Otto Group.

Dr Heinemann joined the Executive Board of the Manufactum Group in 2006 and was appointed Executive Director in 2008 following the company’s full acquisition by the Otto Group. Alongside the commercial Areas and HR, he most recently also held responsibility for the creative functions Product & Assortment, Text & Image as well as Marketing. He will continue to carry out these tasks in the transitional period before he leaves the Manufactum Group later this year.

“We very much regret Christopher Heinemann’s departure and express our thanks already today for his very successful work and extraordinary commitment”, says Dr Rainer Hillebrand, Deputy Chairman of the Otto Group Executive Board and Chairman of the Manufactum Group Advisory Board. “We wish him all the best and continued success in his personal and professional future.” 

Max Heimann (43), Executive Board Member responsible for the Retail, Customer Centre, and Home Shopping Areas, as well as the food and beverages concept ‘brot & butter’, will additionally take over the commercial Areas and HR. A successor is currently being sought for the creative functions.


Dr. Christopher Heinemann
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About the Otto Group

Founded in Germany in 1949, today the Otto Group is a globally operating retail and services group with around 49,750 employees. The Group includes 123 major companies and is present in over 30 countries in Europe, North and South America and Asia. Its business activities are grouped into three segments: Multichannel Retail, Financial Services and Service. In the 2016/17 financial year (to 28 February), the Otto Group generated turnover of 12.5 billion euros. It is one of the world’s largest online retailer. E-commerce, catalogue sales and over-the-counter retail form the three pillars of the Otto Group’s Multichannel Retail strategy. Its worldwide corporate activities, numerous strategic partnerships and joint ventures provide the Otto Group with excellent opportunities to transfer knowhow and leverage areas of synergy potential. Group companies operate largely independently, guaranteeing flexibility, customer proximity and optimum target-group appeal in their respective national markets.

 

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