As entrepreneur, PhD engineer and online marketer, David Wenger assists companies on five continents take their products and services to a whole new level.
Through his creativity and his ability to think "out of the box", he has made Wenger Engineering GmbH a worldwide recognized partner of companies such as Daimler, Bosch, Toyota, Honda, NEC or StartUps in Silicon Valley.
In addition to his entrepreneurial activities, he advises other entrepreneurs in the areas of product and company strategy. His focus is on renewable energies, electromobility and hydrogen technology.
David Wenger is also a recognized expert in online marketing. He is probably the engineer with the most followers in German-speaking countries and coaches other entrepreneurs and experts to win customers over the Internet.
He is married, father of two sons, head of around 30 employees, (co-) owner of four companies, inventor of over 20 patents and patent applications, author of several scientific publications, speaks 6 languages and is really nice.
Do you want to work with me? Send me a mail to solution(at)wenger-engineering.com.
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