Election 2016: Frank Fichtner runs for Chamber of Commerce Regional Committee
Whether taxi driver or industrial operation, startup founder or experienced business entrepreneur – every company benefits from the Chamber of Commerce’s commitment to business in the region. The automotive engineering developer BFFT from Gaimersheim is a member of the Chamber of Commerce. Since the company headquarters are in Gaimersheim/Ingolstadt, the company belongs to the Chamber of Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria.
All of the approximately 390,000 companies in the Munich/Upper Bavaria Chamber of Commerce are currently being asked to vote in the Chamber of Commerce 2016 election. The Chamber of Commerce General Assembly is elected for the next five years. It is the “Parliament of the Economy” and the most important organ of the Chamber of Commerce. It determines, for example, the guidelines of the Chamber of Commerce projects, revenues and expenses and decides on economic policy issues.
In addition, some of the companies may also vote for the 19 Chamber of Commerce Regional Committees at the district level. The Regional Committees assist the General Assembly, represent the interests of their respective districts and are in communication with the business-related organizations in their region.
BFFT technical director and proxy Frank Fichtner is also a candidate for the Eichstatt Regional Committee (vote group RA06C): “I want to bring my experience in business development and technical trends into the Chamber of Commerce Regional Committee for the benefit of our economy.” Frank Fichtner has been active for 15 years in the development of automotive engineering developer BFFT. Therefore, he will particularly be able to incorporate technology fields of the future, differentiating features for companies of tomorrow and social thinking/action for the Chamber of Commerce. Click here to view Frank Fichtner’s candidate profile for the Chamber of Commerce 2016 election.
The voting companies have already received the necessary documents for the (mail) vote. Voting is still possible until May 6, 2016. We wish Frank Fichtner much success in the election campaign!