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PETER DRUCKER SOCIETY EUROPE
Registered office: Thurngasse 13/18, 1090 Wien, Austria
Registered in Austria as: Association
BPD Wien, Central Register of Associations ZVR 209806523
Date of foundation: 28.09.2010
Financial status: nonprofit (“nicht auf Gewinn gerichteter, gemeinnütziger Verein”)
Founder and President: Dr. Richard Straub
ABOUT THE PETER DRUCKER SOCIETY EUROPE (“ASSOCIATION”)
The Peter Drucker Society Europe is a practitioner-led, multi-stakeholder group that builds on Peter Drucker’s fundamental ideas and ideals with the aim of contributing to the evolution of management as a vital piece of a functioning modern society.
To fulfil its mission, the Peter Drucker Society Europe has established legally and financially independent nonprofit Drucker Society chapters in Austria, London, Barcelona and Mannheim.
Please note that The Drucker 1996 Literary Works Trust is the owner of the service marks "Peter Drucker", "Peter F. Drucker" and "Drucker".
Each year, the Drucker Society Europe hosts the Global Peter Drucker Forum, a crystallizing event where decision makers convene to discuss the future of management in a pragmatic and solution-oriented manner.
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