Corvay Consult advises companies of all industries on products, organizational structures and market strategies. We are an enthusiastic team of experts with long-standing experience from earlier positions and have an international network of partners, freelance consultants and specialists at our disposal.
We gladly accompany you and further develop your ideas from drafting a business plan to analysis, marketing options and M&A options. Through our extensive operative experience in business creation, market analysis, research & development, project management and the design of distribution structures and financing, we are the ideal partner for your profitable business growth.
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References of Corvay’s Partners
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Dr. Albrecht Läufer
Dr Laufer has more than 30 years of international management experience in management positions in the pharmaceutical and chemical industry.
He is the owner of Corvay GmbH and owner and Managing Director of Corvay Specialty Chemicals GmbH.
He has been a shareholder and managing director at BluCon Biotech GmbH, Cologne, since 2017.
In 2002 he co-founded Vakzine Projekt Management (VPM), which he built up and managed as managing partner from 2003 to 2008.
At Solvay Pharmaceuticals from 1997 – 2003 he was Regional Director responsible for Asia, Canada, Australia, Turkey and the Middle East and South Africa. As Managing Director of Solvay Enzymes from 1993 to 1997, he was responsible for the global business with detergent enzymes, as well as the entire business in Europe
Dr Laufer studied biochemistry in Tübingen and chemistry in Basel. He received his doctorate in physical chemistry from the University of Braunschweig.
Dr. David Müller
Dr David Müller has many years of international experience in research and development of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and in custom synthesis. Most recently, as a project manager, he was responsible for the development of parenteral drugs.
He studied chemistry in Germany and Australia and did his doctorate in organic chemistry in Cologne. David Müller holds a project management certificate from the International Project Management Association (IPMA Level D).
Conrad has developed his previous career in consulting & industry (specialty chemicals & energy) with a strong focus on Asia. Working from Beijing & Shanghai for a total of 14 years and active in the areas of business development, consulting and most recently in China as Managing Director for a global top 3 specialty chemicals distributor, he and the local team increased sales to >100 million EUR and the Team strength to 86 FTEs.
He has functionally managed projects in the areas of strategic partner screening and negotiations, site search, competitive benchmarking, business plan formulation, growth strategy formulation, post-merger integration, shared service center facilities and realignment of traditional industrial companies to renewable energy and materials business concepts.
Academically, Conrad holds a German Diplom-Kaufmann, an MBA from Rutgers Business School (New Jersey, USA) and a Master of Industrial Distribution from Texas A&M University (Texas, USA). He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese, German and English.
Bruno Rudnik has 15 years of experience advising European, American and Asian corporations, SMEs and start-ups on their internationalization strategies and investment projects in global growth markets.
His industry focus is on environmental technologies such as bio-based chemicals/materials, waste and circular economy, energy efficiency and air/water/soil treatment. His work focuses on projects in the Asian emerging markets.
For a leading German consulting company, Bruno Rudnik headed the global “Chemical Industry Practice” in Munich and Shanghai. He has been Managing Director of SusTech Consult in Munich since 2011 and supports innovative environmental technology companies with market entry, technology scaling and financing in Asia i.B. in China and India.
In addition, Bruno Rudnik is a spokesman for environmental technologies at the German-Chinese Business Association (DCW), the leading network for promoting economic relations between Germany and China. He comments on and moderates current topics on the challenges and opportunities of German-Chinese cooperation in the field of environmental technologies for DCW.
Bruno Rudnik studied business administration in Germany, Sweden and China and holds a degree in business administration from the University of Passau.