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Jan-Christoph KischkewitzSystem Leader GA&S & Managing Director , Köln

 

Areas of expertise

  • Healthcare industry
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Automotive sector and -suppliers

 

Jan-Christoph Kischkewitz is a Managing Director at INVERTO and head of the Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Competence Centre. He studied Business Administration (M.Sc.) at Radboud University in Nijmegen, Holland, and at the University of Växjö in Sweden. He has worked as a consultant at INVERTO since 2006.

In addition to his role as Managing Director, he will also operate as System Leader GA&S from January 01, 2022.

Expertise

He specialises in procurement in the healthcare industry and in the automotive sector. Based on his many years of project management experience, he supports customers from a number of different sectors, assisting them with complex strategic tasks and implementation.

  • Cost optimisation and consumption control
  • Supporting hospitals, healthcare companies and major industrial companies with strategic procurement
  • In addition to procurement initiatives, Jan-Christoph Kischkewitz is also responsible for the complete realignment of procurement organisations

In his role as Head of the Competence Center Health Care, he and his team are responsible for carrying out studies, observing trends and developing products to create new solutions in the field of healthcare & pharmaceuticals. Moreover he is responsible for the INVERTO Training Center.

Competence Center

In his role as Head of the Competence Center Health Care, he and his team are responsible for carrying out studies, observing trends and developing products to create new solutions in the field of healthcare & pharmaceuticals. Moreover he is responsible for the INVERTO Training Center.

Personal life

Jan-Christoph Kischkewitz is married with three children. Alongside his work at INVERTO he is involved in the not-for-profit organisation Enactus, whose charitable work he actively supports with workshops and training sessions as an INVERTO business advisor.

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News and events

The new Medical Devices Regulation takes effect

The new Medical Devices Regulation (MDR) will become mandatory on 26 May 2021

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