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New CEO at Duravit

July 2020

Stephan Patrick Tahy (54) has been appointed as the new CEO of Duravit AG with effect from 1st July 2020, succeeding Prof. Frank Richter who will leave the company on 30th June 2020.

Tahy is a former CEO of De’Longhi GmbH and, before that, he was Vice President and General Manager at Mattel Inc. The father of two was born in Heidelberg, and holds an MBA from the University of Mannheim.

“I am pleased at the confidence that has been placed in me to drive the fantastic work of this innovative company forward,” stated Tahy, “and to be working with all Duravit employees to shape our common future.”

Gregor Greinert, Chairman, said: “We are delighted with the appointment of Stephan Tahy, who is a dedicated, high-calibre successor to Prof. Frank Richter, and who will continue to advance Duravit’s highly successful development. We are really looking

forward to working with him.”

Duravit is a leading international manufacturer of designer bathrooms. The company is active in more than 130 countries world-wide and has a reputation for innovation in the fields of signature design, comfort-enhancing technology, and premium

quality. In co-operation with high-profile international designers, such as Philippe Starck, Christian Werner, Matteo Thun and Cecilie Manz, Duravit's product portfolio comprises sanitary ceramics, bathroom furniture, bathtubs and shower trays, wellness systems, shower-toilets, tap fittings and accessories, as well as installation systems.

More at: www.duravit.co.uk

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