The EUTECC team is led and inspired by Florian von Tucher.For about 15 years by now, Florian von Tucher has been committed to the collaboration with China, the Mongolei and other emerging markets. He is Chairman of the Tucher Group. The Tucher Group is leading in the areas of project development, investment and engineering, with several companies and shareholdings in Europe and Asia, especially in countries along the New Silk Road under the initiative “One Belt, One Road”. Florian von Tucher, a civil engineer, started the international business for the Tucher Group in 2005 and managed it before being promoted to Chairman of the Tucher Group in 2015. At the same time, Florian von Tucher took over the honorary chairmanship of the European Technology Chamber.Through his 10-year stay in China, as well as unaccountable trips to China he speaks Mandarin fluently. His constant exchange with Chinese personalities in politics and the economy, makes him an invaluable advisor and partner for companies moving abroad and seeking assistance in strategic and business development.Apart from that Florian von Tucher is active in other emerging markets – developing huge solar power plants in Mongolia for instance.In 2018 he became Member of the German Senate of Economy – an institution consisting of individuals from the fields of economics, science and society, who are entirely aware of their responsibility towards state and society.
After initial positions in Management and Technology Consulting, Stefan Stempian founded in 2008 his first service company in the field of embedded software development in Germany. In 2011, the founding of an IT company based in Switzerland followed. In 2013 , Stefan Stempian successfully sold both companies and was then entrusted with various M&A and restructuring mandates for French and Dutch groups in the IT environment. Since he is, however, an entrepreneur, he recently founded two Consulting & Solution Start-ups in the field of digital transformation together with partners. In addition, he acts as an advisory council.
In his 15-year career, Stefan Stempian was not only able to gain insight into the German, French, Benelux and Swiss market, but above all he was able to get to know in depth the intercultural characteristics in and between these countries.
Today he actively shares these experiences with other young entrepreneurs as well as with companies facing the challenges of digitization and internationalization. In addition, Mr. Stempian is involved in a renowned service association.
Stefan Stempian studied international business administration in Germany and France. In addition to his double diploma, he completed an Executive MBA in Stockholm with honors.
He is a board member at the European Technology Chamber.
Tuck Seng Low has gained significant multi-industry experience in cross-cultural environments in Asia and Europe since the late 1980s. He has held senior positions and leadership roles in British, Swiss, Japanese, French and Singaporean groups in a career spanning investment banking, private equity, venture capital, real estate and ICT. He has also served as an advisor to large corporations, financial institutions, Government owned/related entities, VC and private equity firms, hedge funds and companies in various sectors, mainly in strategic business development and investment in both geographies. Tuck Seng Low is a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants and Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment, UK.Mr Low has lived and worked in UK, Hong Kong and Germany and has settled in Switzerland.