Steffen Heiko Fischer joined the DAW management team on 1 May. He completed a two-year apprenticeship at Bosch Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH in Munich in 1989 before pursuing his Master's degree in Economics at Nuremberg University of Applied Sciences. From 1996 to 2002, he was responsible for sales in Turkey and later for marketing in South Africa for the Bosch Group, before spending two years in charge of International Sales Business Development in Munich. From 2005 to 2009, Steffen Heiko Fischer was the CEO responsible for sales activities in Dubai for the Middle East, Southeast Asia and North Africa regions. In June 2009, he moved to the Bosch Power Tools Asia division, where he also worked in sales. In March 2014, he went to Chicago as CEO for three years, where he was responsible for the North American region and primarily served customers in the professional and DIY sectors. Since 2017, he has been CEO of Bosch Scintilla AG based in Solothurn and was responsible for achieving a sales volume of 1.4 billion euros. Within the Bosch Group, Scintilla AG is responsible for the development, production, sales coordination and marketing of power tools worldwide
Dr. Christoph Hahner joined DAW SE in July 2014 as Executive Board Member R&D. His responsibility also includes all International Competence Centers as well as the RMI test institute. Dr. Hahner studied chemistry in Würzburg. For many years he gained experience in numerous functions for WACKER AG in Germany and abroad. Before joining DAW SE, Dr. Hahner held the position of Vice President R&D/Strategy at Laticrete International, a U.S. based company.
Since February 2017, Dr. Thomas Späth has been the Managing Director of DAW SE and is responsible for the Finance, Controlling and IT Divisions. After his Chemistry studies and subsequent Doctorate at the University of Göttingen, Dr. Thomas Späth was employed from 1995 to 2001 at the Boston Consulting Group as a Consultant within Germany and abroad. In 2001 he took the position of Head of Group Controlling at the automotive supplier Benteler in Paderborn, and worked there from 2011 as Managing Director of Benteler Deutschland GmbH.
Daniel Weber has been an Executive Board Member of DAW SE as Chief Supply Chain Officer (CSCO), responsible for purchasing, production and logistics, since November 2014. He studied Mechanical Engineering in Bochum and Texas. His professional career with various companies in the chemical industry in Germany and abroad has enabled him to accumulate broad experience in both the industrial and consumer sides of the business.