Left: Hubert Stech, Managing Director of Multi Germany. Right: GCSP’S general assembly conducted in the digital realm. Credit: GCSP

Multi joins advisory board of German Council of Shopping Places

Multi Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Hubert Stech as a new member of the Advisory Board of the German Council of Shopping Places (GCSP).

Hubert Stech, Managing Director of Multi Germany and Benelux, was elected to join the GCSP’s Advisory Board during the annual members meeting last Friday. Multi looks forward to strengthening its partnership with the German Council and to continuing to actively support their initiatives and work.

I am very thankful for the election and trust of the members of the Council. The organisation has done a tremendous job over the past years. During my time in the Advisory Board, some of my focus areas will be topics like innovation in retail as well as the redevelopment and repurposing of retail assets. I look forward to contributing to future initiatives of the Council to strengthen our industry in Germany and Europe”, says Hubert Stech.

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