Left to right: Erwin Doll, President and CEO, Roechling Automotive; Axel Joachim Maschka, Senior Vice President Sales and Business Development, Valeo Group; Vanessa Moriel, Managing Director Asia, LIASE Group; and Wolfgang Sczygiol Business Development Manager, Brose.
LIASE Group founding partners Wolfgang Doell (President and Managing Director Europe), Vanessa Moriel (Managing Director Asia) and John Bukowicz, (Managing Director Americas) were proud to co-host the 2016 International Suppliers Fair (IZB) VIP Dinner in Wolfsburg, Germany, on October 18, 2016. The event was jointly organized with Automobilwoche, one of Germany’s top automotive publications.
The annual gathering regrouped over 50 high-level automotive executives and professionals from leading global manufacturers and auto suppliers. LIASE Group had the opportunity to discuss future trends and opportunities in the industry with the CEOs, Board Members, CTOs, COOs, CFOs, R&D Directors and Business Development Managers gathered for the event.
Wolfgang Doell, LIASE Group President and Managing Director Europe addressed the audience to speak about the importance of maintaining a large industry network and longstanding relationships with both companies and executives. He also spoke about LIASE Group’s ability to provide specialized services to automotive clients.
The International Suppliers Fair (IZB)
The VIP dinner took place at Ritz Carlton in Wolfsburg, on the sidelines of the IZB Fair, which was held October 18 to 20, 2016. LIASE Group participated in the annual event that welcomed 800 companies from 32 countries. Almost 50,000 people from all over the world attended the Fair to get information and insights on innovations and trends in the automotive industry. It was a unique opportunity for LIASE Group to connect with representatives of exhibiting companies as well as potential talent.
Johann Jungwirth, Chief Digital Officer at Volkswagen, adresses the crowd at the IZB VIP dinner in Wolfsburg.
Wolfgang Doell, President and Managing Director Europe, LIASE Group, addressing the audience at the dinner.
Thomas Heringer, Director of Automobilwoche speaking with John Bukowicz, Managing Director Americas with LIASE Group.
An evening to enjoy and share thoughts about the future of automotive digitalization.
Klaus-Dieter Flörecke (left), Editor of Automobilwoche; and Gerd Blaschke (right), Head of Division, EDAG Engineering, Volkswagen.
Monika Kocks, Managing Director and Spokeswoman of the WKW-Group.
Karsten Kroos, CEO of ThyssenKrupp AG.
Hans-Joachim Laufenberg, Managing Director RLE International.
Rolf-Günther Nieberding, CEO of WAFA Germany.
Lucie Toscani, CEO of Veritas, and Bernhard Wolf, Member of the Executive Board of WOCO Industrietechnik.
Roland Bernhardt (left), Head of Global Accounts at Volkswagen, and Annette Meiners-Langs (right), Sales Manager at Automobilwoche.
Burkhard Weller (left), CEO of the Wellergroup, and Daniel Breves (right), Commercial Director of mobile.de.
Henning Krogh, Reporter at Automobilwoche, and Thomas-Werner Zahn, Head of Sales and Marketing at Volkswagen.
Zeljko Matijevic, CEO of Kromberg & Schubert GmbH.
Günter Rahner, Managing Director, Sales of WKW Erbsloh Automotive.
Helmut Kluger, Editor, Automobilwoche takes the stage to speak to the audience during the dinner.
Guido Grandi, Chairman of the Management Board of Erbslöh AG.
Jürgen Stackmann, Member of the Board of Management of the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand with responsibility for Sales, Marketing and After Sales.
Julius von Ingelheim, Chief Executive Officer of Wolfsburg AG, the city’s economic promotion agency.
Horst Binnig, CEO of KSPG.
The dinner gathered more than 50 global automotive executives to talk abour future trends and opportunities in the industry.
Ulrich Eichhorn, Head of Research and Development, Volkswagen.