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Company succession at Leschaco: Jörg Conrad brings his children on board

Bremen, December 2021 | The Bremen-based family company is clarifying its corporate succession in the middle of a growth phase.

The turnover of the group of companies with more than 2,300 employees worldwide is expected to exceed the 900 million euro mark in 2021, after 600 million euros in 2020.

Jörg Conrad (CEO of the Leschaco Group) sees the main challenges for management as being determined by growth:

“We want to remain a Hanseatic family company. This means that our course is determined by classic, sustainable values. We want also to continue growing globally. Digitization is a key success criterion for Leschaco.“

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Credits: Leschaco

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