Listen Now: Episode Five Of The Technology Podcast - Knauf

By Kayleigh Shooter
Technology Magazine meets Dr. Caspar Schauseil, Managing Director, Digital Hub at Knauf...

Technology Magazine sits down with Dr. Caspar Schauseil, Managing Director, Digital Hub at Knauf.

On this week's episode, we talk to Caspar Schauseil, Managing Director of Digital Hub at Knauf. With his background working for world-renowned companies such as Airbnb and Amazon, he now works for Knauf, a multinational, family-owned company based in Iphofen, Germany. In this episode, we discuss digital adoption and innovation, leadership and technology within business models.

Knauf Gips KG is a multinational, family-owned company based in Iphofen, Germany, well known for drywall gypsum boards, founded in 1932. The company is a producer of building materials and construction systems comprising construction materials for drywall construction, plasterboard, cement boards, mineral fibre acoustic boards, dry mortars with gypsum for internal plaster and cement-based external plaster and insulating materials; glass wool, stone wool and other insulation materials under the company Knauf Insulation.


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