The Voluntary Commitment and Entrepreneurial Spirit of Alfons Hormann

A German entrepreneur and sports official Alfons Hormann, was born in 1960. At 17, he began his career in the building material fabrication sector. This is how Hormann started his commitment both as a volunteer and professional. He has more diverse skills and experience, not limited to the building materials industry. Early in his career, he was a wholesale and foreign trade clerk and served in the German Armed Forces. While in his twenties, Alfons Hormann became the regional manager for real estate at Holzer GmbH. At Schwenk KG, he was the marketing manager for plaster technology sales. Hormann was also in charge of the cleaning technology department before moving to Creaton, a German company, in 1990.

In 1998, he became the Chief Executive Officer of Creaton and served for twelve years. In 2011, Alfons became the chairman of the board of Hormann Holding for six years. While at Hormann Holding, he was in charge of the strategic and operational management of the company. He later became the Chief Executive Officer of Schock AG after serving as a general manager of the Porest / Illbruck Group. In the internationalization and digitization sector, Alfons Hormann was in control of the organization and redistribution of the company. Learn more information about Alfon Hormann

Hormann established two non-profit organizations, the ProSport Foundation in 2005 and the Alfrons Foundation in 2009. In 2013, he assumed the position of President of the German Olympic Sports Confederation. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he had to resign from the presidency position of DOSB due to some trust issues in his leadership. He was also the President of the Bavarian Ski Association and the German Ski Association. In 2015, he became a member of the International Olympic Commission. He held that position for five years. Alfons has been in the support and advisory system of both international and national setups. He has also been involved in the renewable energies sector.