Aldo Ofenheimer is an Industrial Associate who works with the IfM Engage team. His focus is to enhance the capabilities in innovation and technology management of technology-intensive companies, in particular in German-speaking countries.
As an industrial associate, Aldo strives to enable his clients to sharpen their competitive advantage and to boost growth by systematically innovating products, services and business models.
Furthermore, Aldo assists a wide range of businesses of various sizes in the development of multinational R&D co-operations and strategic technology partnerships.
He has several years of management experience in the automotive and rail industries including more than 10 years R&D experience in vehicle development as well as SMART materials and related manufacturing processes.
In the last 15 years, Aldo has managed to successfully initiate numerous (collaborative) product and service development projects for high-growth industrial applications, including the automotive sector.
Aldo holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering Economics from Graz University of Technology (Austria) and an MBA from Open University Rochester/UK, as well as the International Welding Engineer (IWE) diploma. Additionally, he has a diploma in Systemic Organisational Development.
Aldo is based in Graz, Austria.
T: +43(0)676 4501780
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