Founded in May 2010 by Christoph Budelmann to give his part-time job a solid foundation, Budelmann Elektronik turned into a solidly growing company and established itself in different business sectors. Originally focusing on the development of electronics it soon became evident that there was a growing demand for embedded software and entire electronic systems. As a result qualified personnel could be employed and the company moved to bigger premises. In 2012 the enterprise was turned into a limited liability company (GmbH) and Jeannine Budelmann became part of the general management. In 2015 we invested in some production machines that make almost an entire in-house production possible. Contrary to start-ups we rely on organic growth without external financing. Thus, we are able to be a reliable partner for our employees and customers. That’s what we stand for with our name.
Jeannine Budelmann (born in 1986) graduated from the universities of Mannheim und Heidelberg with a degree in business with intercultural qualification Chinese. During this time she also studied at the ESSEC business school in France and the 北京语言大学 (Beijing Langugage and Culture University) in Beijing. After her studies she worked on marketing-related research projects at University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück. As general manager of Budelmann Elektronik she is active in different business committees. Since January 2020 she has been the deputy chairwoman of Wirtschaftsjunioren Deutschland, after having held several positions on regional and federal level. She is also a member of the committee for vocational training of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Münster. In November 2015, she was elected to the plenary of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce North Westphalia (the highest committee of the chamber) for six years. On the international level, she is active in the DIHK “Board Europe”. Furthermore she is a member of an appointment committee at the University of Applied Sciences Münster for the department of mechanical engineering and is thereby involved in the selection of new professors. In 2017, she was appointed to the University of Applied Sciences Rhein-Waal as a lecturer to teach “Innovation Management”.