Ravensburger AG: Florian Haller replaces Freudenberg on the Supervisory Board

Florian Haller

Wolfram Freudenberg has resigned from the Supervisory Board of game manufacturer Ravensburger after 20 years. Florian Haller has been appointed to the Supervisory Board for the 77-year-old, who is a shareholder of the Weinheim-based family group Freudenberg (Vileda). The 51-year-old is full-time managing director of the Serviceplan agency in Munich. Other well-known managers are represented on the six-member Ravensburger Supervisory Board, in particular former Hugo Boss CEO Claus-Dietrich Lahrs (55) and XING CEO Thomas Vollmöller (58).

Multi-Supervisory Board Chairman Dieter Kurz heads Supervisory Board

The chairman of the committee is the former Carl Zeiss CEO Professor Dieter Kurz (70), who also serves as chairman of the supervisory boards of glass manufacturer Schott and Carl Zeiss. The Maier family is represented by biochemist Valerie Maier (University of Reykjavik). Founded in 1883, Ravensburger is a traditional company with more than 2000 employees and annual sales of around 470 million euros.