Throughout his life Jürgen Schrempp has made a great impact and has gained important experience. Whether in the context of the awards he has received, his influence in politics and industry, or the many speeches he has given, he has always acted with integrity, passion and enthusiasm.
We have gathered a few examples in video format to give you a personal glimpse of his many activities.
How did EADS come into being, and what were the decisive factors that led to the formation of this major European project? And, what role did Jürgen Schrempp have in it? Watch a summary of the key events. At the end of the 1960s, French, German and English industrialists decided to venture into civil aviation […]> > continue reading
For many years, Jürgen Schrempp has been dedicated his enthusiasm, heart and soul to the global fight against AIDS. He delivered a moving speech on the occasion of the 9th Festive Opera Gala for the AIDS Foundation at Deutsche Oper Berlin on November 16, 2002. Schrempp began tackling the problems of Southern Africa early on. In […]> > continue reading
The German Media Prize was founded in 1992 by the Media Control research center as an award that cuts across all political interests and media conglomerates to honor public figures who have made their mark in society or politics over the course of a year. The award-winner is chosen by a jury consisting of chief […]> > continue reading
It was the vision and a matter of great concern to Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) – university professor and President of the United States (1912-1920) – to constructively unite scientific and political ideals and ideas. The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars was founded in 1968 to commemorate this vision. The Board of Trustees of the […]> > continue reading
The President of South Africa at the time, Nelson Mandela, presented 1998 Jürgen E. Schrempp with the Order of Good Hope in Baden-Baden.> > continue reading
Burda, Chikane for Mandela and Schrempp with the Honorary Bambi.> > continue reading
The recipients of the “Deutscher Afrika-Preis” (German Africa Prize) 2012 are Marlene le Roux and Pieter Dirk Uys. On the 5th December 2012 Prof. Jürgen Schrempp delivered a speech in his capacity as Chairman of SAFRI.> > continue reading