Lacon CEO Dr. Ralf Hasler in the Senate of Economy, Germany
Dr Ralf Hasler, CEO of the Lacon Group, was appointed to the Senate of Economy, Germany. On 1 December 2018, he received his Senate certificate at the annual meeting in Munich.
From this year, Dr Ralf Hasler represents the Lacon Group, an SME EMS service provider in Karlsfeld, as a Senator of the Senate of Economy, Germany. He was awarded his certificate of appointment at the Senate’s annual meeting held on 1 December in the Maximilianeum in Munich. The certificate was awarded by the President of the Senate, Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. h.c. Franz-Josef Radermacher and the Directors of the Senate of Economy, Dieter Härthe and Dr. Christoph Brüssel.
The Senate of Economy is made up of personalities from industry, science and society, who are particularly aware of their responsibility to the state and society. Together they help to practically implement the Senate’s objectives for the common good to achieve sustainability in the interests of the eco-social market economy.
The Senate revives the traditional idea of the Senate in ancient times. A well-balanced circle of friends with an independent mind pursuing the common good, instead of merely their own private interests.
Dr Hasler not only sees himself as the managing director of a growing SME full-service mechatronics provider, but also uses his long-standing know-how to also support committed start-ups in the region. A range of successful young companies already work closely together with Dr Hasler.
The Senate of Economy is purely for the common good and is in constant dialogue with representatives of politics and science. The Honorary Senators Jean-Claude Juncker, Prof Günther Verheugen, Prof Klaus Töpfer, Prof Jürgen Rüttgers and Rosi Gollmann, alongside many other experts, are interesting initiators.
The ethical principles of the Senate, a community of shared values, can also be the basis and guidelines for the business action of its members. Fairness and partnership in business life as well as the social skills of entrepreneurs and managers have a formative influence on the work of the Senate.