He has a passion for political issues especially financial and security related issues in an international context.
Before joining Kekst CNC, Maximilian worked in business development for several start-ups in Berlin and in innovation consulting for an international management consultancy.
Maximilian studied international relations with a focus on economics at the University of Leicester and SAIS Johns Hopkins University. During this time, he also gained practical experience in the European Parliament, NATO and the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation in London.
He is a native speaker of German and English and has a good knowledge of French.
Q&A with Maximilian
Describe yourself in three words.
International, reliable, result-oriented.
What are the major industry challenges in the next 3 to 5 years?
Digitalization will also fundamentally change the communications industry. It offers huge potential, which must be realized in order to capitalize.
How long have you worked at CNC and how has the company evolved in your time here?
I have only been with Kekst CNC since July, but it has already changed so much. It is a very dynamic work-environment and the firm is adapting just as quickly.
What would be your favorite travel tip?
You should definitely have seen and travelled around Iceland. The island is not very big, but very diverse and the nature is unique.