Navigating sustainability - from strategy to execution in the global lighting industry

Invitation online event | Wednesday, May 29th 2024, 8.00 a.m. CET

Sustainability in the Electrical-/Industrial goods area has become a game changer for manufacturers and global operating industrial companies. But how can a sustainability strategy get on the ground and what does it need to create “real” impact? How does it change the manufacturing landscape and supply chains? How does Sales & Marketing need to transform?

The building materials industry faces complex situations across international markets. The Zumtobel Group, as a global market leader in professional lighting, is a frontier in the field of sustainability.

In this online event, Thomas Steinmayer, VP Global Sales at Zumtobel Group, will share insights and how the Zumtobel Group is mastering the topic of sustainability

Thomas Steinmayer, VP Global Sales at Zumtobel Group

Thomas Steinmayer is working for more than 20 years in industrial businesses, mainly in the Electronics-, Energy- and highly specialised industrial goods area. Working the majority of his time for “Hidden Champions”, like AT&S, Constantia Industries or the Zumtobel Group he gained deep experience in Operations, Strategy/M&A and many years in Sales & Marketing on a global scale. Today, at Zumtobel Group he is leading the global business with international customers and is driving the (sales) transformation in sustainability and digitalisation.

The Zumtobel Group, headquartered in Dornbirn, Austria, is a global leader in the professional lighting industry. Since more than 70 years the Group is doing business today in over 90 countries around the world. With the aim that “Our wide range of lighting solutions provide the best light for both PEOPLE and the ENVIRONMENT” the group serves a broad base of customers in B2B markets. This international strength provides the company with a strategic presence in every major global market, and also contributes to its cultural diversity.

Please register here until May 27th.

Please feel free to contact Doris Hofmeister if you have any question.