Klaus Striebich is Managing Director of RaRE Advise and Member of the ACROSS Advisory Board. Credit: RaRe Advice
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Klaus Striebich joins Across Advisory Board

The ACROSS Advisory Board is happy to announce its latest addition and welcomes Klaus Striebich as its new member.

Klaus Striebich, the Managing Director of RaRe Advise, has extensive experience in the retail and real estate industry. Real estate development, business development, feasibility studies, and asset management are among the key areas he has been responsible for over the last years.

Striebich started his career at Kriegbaum Unternehmensgruppe in Böblingen, where he last held the position of Assistant to the Board Member Real Estate and Expansion, before joining ECE in 1992 as Object Manager Leasing. His following position at ECE was Regional Director Leasing. He remained in this field as Managing Director Leasing from 2003 to 2017 before becoming the Managing Director of RaRe Advice in 2018.

The board currently consists of 20 members

The ACROSS Advisory Board’s declared aim is to offer its expertise in topic identification and formulation. The board currently has 20 members. There will be a semi-annual discussion process whereby the advisory board identifies the challenges and opportunities the industry faces and what burning problems and emerging trends they see.

The ACROSS Advisory Board includes the following industry experts:

  • Christoph Achammer, Chairman of the Board at ATP architects engineers
  • Jonathan Doughty, Global Head of Foodservice, Leisure and Placemaking at ECE
  • Scott Dwyer, COO of Atrium Europe
  • Joanna Fisher, Managing Director Center Management at ECE
  • Andreas Hohlmann, Managing Director of Unibail-­Rodamco- Westfield Germany
  • Peter Karai, Sales Director at Futureal Group
  • Josip Kardun, CEO of Multi Corporation
  • Bill Kistler, ICSC Executive Vice President & Managing Director -EMEA
  • Daniel Losantos, CEO of Neinver
  • Henrik Madsen, Senior Retail Expert
  • Thomas Mark, President of the MK Illumination Group
  • Christof Papousek, CFO of the Constantin Film group of companies
  • Thomas Reichenauer, Founder and Managing Director of ROS Retail Outlet Shopping
  • Dietmar Reindl, COO of Immofinanz Group
  • Katharina von Schacky, Global Head of Shopping at Commerz Real
  • Walter Seib, CEO of HMSHost International
  • Jacques Sinke, CEO of reteam international
  • Klaus Striebich, Managing Director of RaRe Advise
  • Jan Tanner, Expert Consultant for the shopping center, retail real estate, and retail industry
  • Henrike Waldburg, Head of Investment Management Retail at Union Investment
  • Marcus Wild, CEO of SES Spar European Shopping Center
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