Candidate for the Berlin House of Representatives
I was born in Bavaria 39 years ago. I could see the mountains from my nursery. After graduating from high school, I studied politics, business administration and communication in Munich and completed my studies.
And then, 11 years ago, I went to Berlin. I was terribly excited and curious. But in the meantime I've arrived and live with my wife and our two little girls in Schöneberg. Berlin has become my home.
What I stand for
Our companies and their employees are facing major upheavals. Corona alone would be enough of a challenge. There are also major technological changes in all industries. Our companies in Berlin are innovative enough to master these challenges. But they need more political support.
That is why we need an economic policy not obstructing, but helping companies. I have been working in trade associations for over ten years. So I know how the economy works. I would like to bring this experience to bear in politics.
There are many beautiful corners of my constituency: the Bavarian Quarter, the Rote Insel, the Akazienkiez or the Crellestrasse. The Schöneberg Town Hall and the Gasometer are two special Schöneberg landmarks. Many innovative companies are driving the energy transition on the EUREF campus. From the Südkreuz, other major German cities can be reached quickly with the ICE. But why should we go there? ;-)