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Eversys appoint Christian Haueter as new Corporate Account Director

Christian Haueter

Eversys has welcomed Christian Haueter as its new Corporate Account Director, effective January 2021.

“Joining Eversys is an exciting opportunity to combine my international business experience and passion for coffee within a dynamic and innovative company,” Haueter says.

“To me, this is an exciting mission – to leverage Eversys’ advantage in technology and be a significant part of the next wave of coffee.”

As the General Manager of DKSH for the past five years and with over 10 years of professional experience in Management Consulting and Market Expansion projects within Asia, Haueter has returned back to familiar grounds in Switzerland to take on a new challenge at Eversys.

Born and raised in a family-owned traditional Swiss hospitality enterprise, Haueter adopted a passion for food and drinks from a young age, inspiring him to achieve his education in Business and Technology Management at HSG St Gallen and Stanford University. With a strong interest in coffee, Haueter also went on to acquire an intermediate SCA Barista diploma to enhance his knowledge and skills.

Speaking a combination of German, English, Mandarin and French, Haueter possesses an international array of experiences rich in quality, scope and strategy. Being no stranger to the Eversys brand, while working for DKSH, Haueter formed partnerships with Eversys and other key industry brands such as Victoria Arduino and Nuova Simonelli.

“Having known Christian  for the past 6 years and seen the way he developed a powerful team and business in China, I am delighted that he has decided to join our young and ambitious company,” says Kamal Bengougam, Group Commercial Director at Eversys.

“People are, in my opinion, the most critical aspect of business and, in Christian we have a man of quality at all levels. I look forward to Christian having a strong impact on Eversys for years to come.”

 

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