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Mr. Bernhard Witschen joins TEAM CONSULT (Berlin)

07-23-2008 01:08 PM CET | Energy & Environment

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Mr Bernhard Witschen joined TEAM CONSULT on July 1st 2008. Before that Mr Witschen worked for many years in different affiliated companies as executive director, e.g. from 1998 to 2003 as executive director for Thyssengas. During the last five years before his retirement he was member of the executive board at RheinEnergie AG. He was responsible for the entire energy purchases and sales as well as for power generation. With his 32 years of experience in the power and gas business Mr Witschen is a well known expert in the energy industry.

As Senior Advisor at TEAM CONSULT Mr Witschen will mainly be in charge of quality management, further development of the service portfolio and customer relationship management.


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Press Contact: Dipl.-Math. Oec. Madjid Kübler

TEAM CONSULT is a top management consultancy for the energy business located in Berlin. The originally Hamburg-based company has been in the business for more than 20 years and meanwhile became the leading consultancy for market research and forecasts as well as for price reviews and contract negotiations in the gas industry. TEAM CONSULT has been working for leading German utilities and importers as well as for all important producers delivering gas to Germany.

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