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2002

Gerhard Maierhofer heads retail operations in Östereichische Post AG’s Branch Network division

Pressemeldung from 11.11.2002

As of November 2002, Gerhard Maierhofer, 36, heads retail operations in Österreichische Post AG’s Branch Network division, being in charge of telecommunications products and other products on sale in Österreichische Post AG’s branch offices.

The experienced retail manager, initially trained as a commercial clerk, started his career in 1985 with Konsum Österreich. Budget planning and controlling, marketing and coordination of promotional activities were on his agenda there.
In 1996, Maierhofer changed to the BML Group, where he was in charge of BIPA sales, HR development, building technology and expansion for more than 400 locations. From 2000, Maierhofer, having become assistant to the management board, worked on special projects of the BML group both in Austria and abroad.
Before he joined Österreichische Post AG, he was a member of the management board of LIBRO AG, where he was responsible for retail, procurement, marketing, and logistics.

Gerhard Maierhofer, who was born in Rettenegg in Styria, is married and has one son.


For more information please contact:

Österreichische Post AG
Company communication
Press section/ PR
Michael Homola
Tel.: +43 (1) 515 51 - 32010
E-Mail: michael.homola@post.at
Vienna, 11 November 2002