The People behind EWOR

Our Founders

Daniel Dippold

Daniel Dippold

Co-Founder & CEO

Daniel Dippold founded EWOR and two other companies: Unlimitix and Emoti. He’s passionate about tech & entrepreneurship and has been a TEDx Speaker, Global Shaper and NextGen Leader & Fellow. He oversees the Kairos Society Europe and Kairos Society Europe Summit, which unites the world’s greatest high performers.

Pascal Weinberger

Pascal Weinberger

Co-Founder

Pascal has founded several start-ups, beginning with thirteen and sold two of them to Google. He aims to drive the state of the art for AI and Neuroscience forward, while applying current knowledge for positive impact in the world.

Our Team

Vinzenz von Teufenstein

Vinzenz von Teufenstein

Corporations

Vinzenz von Teufenstein demonstrated his sales and leadership abilities as the head of the ISC, the organising committee of the St. Gallen Symposium. He led multiple international teams across different continents and thereby raised a multimillion budget. Besides his work at EWOR, Vinzenz is a multi-interested person and is currently pursuing a Master’s of Banking and Finance at the University of St. Gallen

Christoph Geis-Schroer

Christoph Geis-Schroer

Talent Pool & IT

Christoph Geis-Schroer applies his curious mind to a variety of topics. While doing his Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering, he discovered his passion for programming and data science which led to a Data Science Master. Next to his cooperative studies, he is gaining his first entrepreneurial experiences by collaborating in the pioneering startup EWOR.

Martin Schroer

Martin Schroer

Talent Pool

Martin started his career by helping startups and SMEs boost their sales and profits through digital marketing. His passion for entrepreneurship originates from his business studies at WHU. At EWOR, Martin specializes in optimizing marketing strategy and processes.

Michael Wittwer

Michael Wittwer

Design

Michael Wittwer is passionate about design. This not only encompasses the creation of aesthetic visuals but also extends to solving problems with human-centered innovation. Next to his work at EWOR, Michael is pursuing a Master’s of Business Innovation at the University of St. Gallen.