Trenkwalder Group Picks Fresh CEO
The supervisory board of the Vienna-based Trenkwalder Group AG has appointed Mark Pollok as the group’s CEO, it announced in a recent press release.
Until now, Pollok was a member of the board of Trenkwalder Group AG, responsible for operations in Germany and Austria, with the development of the group’s digitalization and customer experience business areas under his supervision.
The 39-year-old specialist with an engineering degree has held various management positions at Trenkwalder Group since 2017. Previously, he worked at the Droege Group from 2011.
In addition to his role as CEO, Pollok also holds the position of chairman of the board of directors managing the Trenkwalder Group.
“My goal is for Trenkwalder to develop into one of the leading players in both HR services and customer experience using digitization and artificial intelligence,” Pollok said. “The expansion and further development of technological capabilities is a defining part of our future strategy. We want to appear to our business partners as a provider of flexible solutions, speed and exceptional quality in all areas of HR activities.”
Trenkwalder International AG is a market leader in Austria and a leading personnel service provider in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe. The group, which employs more than 50,000 people, is present
in 15 European countries, including Hungary, with more than 300 branches. Since 2011, Trenkwalder has been a member of the German Droege International AG group.
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