With the foundation of a city magazine in 1994, Martin Huber launched in the media industry and subsequently expanded the business to a publishing company with 18 regional city magazines. In 2001, he coordinated the construction of the CDTM at Munich Technical University and was head of an industrial project for the development of 3G mobile services. Since 2005 he has been managing director of myheimat Germany and the gogol medien GmbH & Co. KG and he is particularly responsible for strategy, development, finance and business development. Martin Huber has been awarded a degree as Dipl.-Ing of TU Munich, studied at the MIT Sloan School of Management, earned his PhD in the Department of Business Administration at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich and is a regular lecturer for industry courses in product development at the CDTM.
Dr. Matthias Möller Head of Marketing and Product Development
Matthias Möller is responsible for marketing and product development at Gogol Publishing. He started his first company in print and online media as early as his school years. Matthias Möller studied at the Munich University and the MIT in Cambridge and wrote his thesis at the Harvard Business School. After his studies he established as part of the management team the elite program Technology Management at the CDTM of the TUM and LMU and received his doctorate in innovation and product development under Prof. Picot. At the same time he developed mobile services for UMTS together with Vodafone, Siemens, BMW and Pro7 Sat1 and founded a company for the development of mobile communities. Being a passionate climber, mountaineer and skier, he is also searching for new challenges in sports.
Dipl. Inf. (FH) Gunter Miessbrandt
Head of Development
Gunter Miessbrandt is head of development at Gogol Publishing and responsible for IT and information systems. He has long-term professional experience in the field of conception, development and project management and is also the founder of a software house. As a project manager Gunter Miessbrandt has been responsible for numerous development projects in the media industry. Being a graduate of the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, he is still maintaining close contact to the Faculty of Computer Science.