Messe Frankfurt Promotes Kurzawski, Jeglitza-Moshage, Reinke to Senior V.P.s

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FRANKFURT, Germany-Messe Frankfurt has promoted Stephan Kurzawski, Iris Jeglitza-Moshage and Klaus Reinke from vice presidents to senior vice presidents.

In his new role, Kurzawski has assumed responsibility for the development of Messe Frankfurt's consumer-goods trade fairs, especially Ambiente, and will have the trade-show managing company's Head Office Sales Controlling department reporting to him. He in turn reports to Detlef Braun, member of the board of management.

Jeglitza-Moshage now oversees Messe Frankfurt's technical fairs and the future development of the trade fairs in this segment--including ISH, Light+Building, Texcare International, Texprocess and IFFA. Reinke is responsible for creating a department called New Business, and for the development of new event subjects and for the repositioning of Messe Frankfurt Akademie as a provider of seminars, conferences and congresses. Both Jeglitza-Moshage and Reinke report to Wolfgang Marzin, chairman of the board of management.

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