From Brand Leader to Thought Leader

From Brand Leader to Thought Leader

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Kristine McDivitt Tompkins

After Kris Tompkins graduated from the College of Idaho, she started full-time in a climbing equipment company that became the outdoor clothing brand Patagonia in 1973. At the age of 23, Tompkins became General Manager, and at 28 she became CEO. Since 1984 Patagonia has been active in the One Percent for the Planet association. Each year, they donate either 1% of their profits or 10% of their turnover to environmental organisations, whichever is greater. In 1993, Tompkins left Patagonia in order to devote herself entirely to environmental protection. Together with her husband Douglas Tompkins she founded several national parks in Chile and Argentina, mainly in Patagonia.

Klaus Dittrich

Klaus Dittrich—Chairman and CEO, Messe München GmbH 
Klaus Dittrich (born in 1955 in Gauting near Munich) has been Chairman and CEO of Messe München GmbH since January 2010. In this role he is also responsible for the overall management and coordination of the Messe München Group. 
He is also in charge of the ISPO Cluster as well as the trade fairs BAUMA, INHORGENTA MUNICH and EXPO REAL. Internally, his areas of responsibility include the Central Divisions of Corporate Strategy and Personnel, the Digital Business Unit and the Departments of Corporate Marketing and Corporate Communications. In addition, Klaus Dittrich is a member of the Management Board of GHM Gesellschaft für Handwerksmessen. Dittrich came to the company as Deputy Managing Director in April 2002 and was appointed Managing Director in February 2003. In that position he was responsible for the trade fairs in the Business Unit for New Technologies in Germany and abroad.