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Dr. Martin Enderle joins Egmont’s Board of Trustees

Dr. Martin Enderle (49) newly appointed member of Egmont’s Board of Trustees and Egmont International Holding A/S.

  • Martin Enderle

    Martin Enderle

Dr. Martin Enderle was the CEO of Europe’s largest online market place, Scout24, for nine years.  Dr. Enderle, a citizen of Germany, served as Senior Vice President of Digital Services at Deutsche Telekom AG and held positions at Speed Ventures and McKinsey & Co.

Dr. Enderle received a PhD in Mathematics from Leibniz University in Hanover. He started his career with McKinsey & Co and co-founded Speed Ventures, a seed-financing company based in Stockholm and Amsterdam and one of the early European dot.com venture capital companies, in 1999. 

In 2001 he joined T-Online International AG as Head of International Business, where he successfully managed to restructure many European subsidiaries and led them to profitability and growth. In 2004 he was in charge of the acquisition of the Scout24 Group from Beisheim Holding, and he was appointed CEO in 2005. He was responsible for the development of the group and generated double-digit growth over the last 10 years. Today Scout24 comprises, amongst others, the leading German real estate platform ImmobilienScout24, Europe’s leading car platform AutoScout24 and PropertyGuru, the leading real estate platform in South East Asia“. Scout24 was successfully sold for 2bn € to Hellman & Friedman in 2014.

Steen Riisgaard, Chairman of the Egmont Foundation Board of Trustees, comments: ”I am delighted that Martin has agreed to join the board of Egmont. He will contribute with his profound digital experience, his business acumen and his networking experience to help Egmont in its transition into the digital future.”

“I am very much looking forward to contributing with my knowledge and experience to the successful future of Egmont. It is a well-managed company with an amazing portfolio in the media industry. I feel honored to be part of the inspiring Egmont group of companies and to add value to their business”, says Martin Enderle.