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Supply chain law

Jeannine Budelmann discussed the dangers to the German economy in an interview with Represent (funk). Procurement processes in the electronics industry are much more complex than, for example, in textile processing. As an industrial medium-sized company, we want supply chains that comply with human rights. However, some necessary components cannot be extracted in Germany. At the same time, politics and society demand digitization and industry 4.0. But effective global standards must be applied worldwide and must be designed and enforced by policymakers. We are ready for dialogue!

Green Economy

The desire for a sustainable life for oneself and others is increasingly becoming visible to the public. In her current column for Markt und Mittelstand Jeannine Budelmann discusses the different trends within green economy. Even as a medium-sized company small and large steps can be taken in order to achieve more sustainability. From LED lighting to close to nature greening there is a wide range of options:

Published in Markt und Mittelstand, issue August 2020.

Academic degrees

In times of flat hierarchies and increased responsibility of each individual employee, the view of academic titles also changes within companies. What is important is the ability of employees to constantly develop and want to take on new tasks. In this context a title is good, but not necessary. Here is the current column by Jeannine Budelmann on the modern views on academic laureateship!

Published in Markt und Mittelstand, issue June 2020.

Rules of succession

When handing over a company, it is crucial to find the right time to let go. This is particularly important when a generational change brings with it a different style of leadership. Read the current column by Jeannine Budelmann for Markt und Mittelstand about the pitfalls at handovers!
Published in Markt und Mittelstand, issue May 2020.

Name Corona Damages

“When you meet with us in Westphalia, conversations often start like this: "Und?" "Muss...”. Everything is often said with that. We are not considered chatty. At the moment, I have the feeling that the majority of German entrepreneurs is from Westphalia." A powerful appeal by our managing director Jeannine Budelmann to clearly name the problems caused by the corona-related restrictions in the German economy.

Corona appeal

Our society can only remain free and open if the current restrictions are withdrawn as soon as possible. In her current column for Markt und Mittelstand, Jeannine Budelmann describes the dramatic situation of entrepreneurs in the current, existence-threatening situation.

Published in Markt und Mittelstand, issue April 2020.

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