Here writes: Olaf Kempin

univativ-Olaf-KempinOlaf Kempin is the founder and co-owner of univativ. Kempin studied industrial engineering at the TU Darmstadt and was, among other things, key account manager at the IT system house Triaton, which was then part of the ThyssenKrupp Group, as well as IT consultant in the data warehouse area at HiServ GmbH is now responsible for sales, marketing, PR and IT at the personnel service provider. He shares the management of the company with his partners Martin Ilg and Henning Loof. Kempin is a member of the Business Club Südhessen and holder of the Golden Lion of the Hessen Business Juniors. More information at

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