Senate of the German Economy (01.07.2019)

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Senate of the German Economy

EHEIM Managing Director Ibrahim Mefire Kouotou has been appointed to the Senate of Economy

 

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On July 1st, 2019 Ibrahim Mefire Kouotou became a Senator in the Senate of the German Economy. The appointment was presented by Honorary General Consul Dieter Härthe in the Bundespressehaus, Berlin.

The Senate of the Economy is a select circle of individuals from business, science and society who are particularly aware of their responsibility towards the state and society. Together they contribute to the implementation of the common good goals of sustainability, with regard to an ecosocial market economy at national and international level.

Many experts from different disciplines are initiators and honorary senators, e.g. Jean-Claude Juncker, Prof. Dr. Jürgen Rüttgers as well as scientists, business leaders and politicians across all party lines. They underpin the Senate's objectives.

These goals also include "... ecological sustainability for the preservation of people, nature and the environment for future generations; economic sustainability for the creation of sustainable fundamentals for acquisition and prosperity; social sustainability with regard to a future-proof, livable society that enables the fair participation of all its members ...", as stated in the statutes.

The ethical principles of the Senate shall also form the basis and guideline for the economic actions of the members of the Senate. Fairness and partnership in business life as well as the social competence of entrepreneurs and executives, characterise the work of the Senate.

„I am delighted to have been appointed to the Senate of Economy and see it as an honour and special distinction for our company and my work," said Mefire Kouotou after the award ceremony. „I fully share the values and goals and will do my utmost to achieve them wherever I can."

Deizisau, July 2019

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