We are pleased to announce that Dr. Daniel Fasnacht will join our team as new board member to bring his 20 years of experience in innovation and technology to Supertrends.
Born in 1969, Daniel – a Swiss citizen – earned a PHD in Strategic Management and Innovation in 2005. In the course of his professional life over the last two decades, he has held numerous top management positions in the banking and insurance sector – including at companies such as SAP, Accenture, Credit Suisse, Julius Bär inter alia – where he has demonstrated a set of high personal and professional competences ranging from trend and innovation management, business development and digital transformation to networking and relationship management, to name just a few.
In 2018, his interdisciplinary skills and researcher mindset led him to found Ecosystem Partner AG, a provider of leadership and innovation consulting services, where he currently serves as CEO, while continuing to pursue his career as a researcher and academic lecturer at the University of Zurich and the Kalaidos University of Applied Sciences in the departments of Banking and Finance and Business Psychology, respectively. He is also the author of several publications and books in the fields of innovation, management, disruptive technologies and leadership.
“Daniel is an outstanding addition to our team. His professionalism and experience in the Swiss and international ecosystem and market are exactly what we were looking for in this expansion phase, together with his personal qualities and his forward-looking mindset that perfectly reflect the conceptual core of Supertrends. We couldn’t have chosen a better person and we are honored that he has chosen to collaborate with us on this exciting journey.”
Supertrends COO, Kim Weis
With the invaluable help of Daniel, who embodies Switzerland’s spirit of advancement and leadership, Supertrends aims to become a reference point for entrepreneurs who understand that the key to the success of their businesses lies in innovation and in the ability to anticipate its impact on the future of their industries.