---Morocco | Mauritania | Sénégal | The Gambia | Guinée Bissau | Guinée | Sierra Leone | Liberia | Côte d'Ivoire | Ghana | Togo | Benin | Nigeria | Cameroun | Gabon | Congo | D.R. Congo | Angola | Namibia | South Africa



Martin Kummann Max Ittermann Philipp Hoening
Growing up in the vicinity of Munich, I spent four years in Beijing, due to my father’s delegation. Back in Germany, I graduated from elementary school and Gymnasium Icking near Munich. During eleventh class I studied at John Abbott College in Montreal for one semester. After finishing school and military service, I started my studies at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in the field of Mechanical Engineering, where I received the Bachelor degree in summer 2013. Within the frame of a Erasmus semester, I lived in Istanbul for six month and travelled certain regions of the Orient. Recently I worked for Volkswagen in Wolfsburg within an internship. I am creative as well as curious and don’t shrink back from applying inconvenient changes. After my school days in the Westphalian town of Soest, I decided on a technical study at the University of Bremen. There I achieved a Bachelor degree in production engineering. Completing two international internships during that time, I spent altogether half a year in Canada – an experience that fundamentally shaped my fascination for travelling. At the moment I’m particularly excited about the countries beyond the western cultural sphere. Hence I study the Russian and Arabic language, while working towards my Master’s degree at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. This year I already spent one month in Moscow. Besides technics and languages, I am particularly interested in music and sports. My passion is to develop business concepts with friends. I grew up in Stuttgart in an entrepreneurial and travel enthusiastic environment. After spending a high school year in Nebraska, USA, I achieved the Abitur in 2009. The same year I started my studies in Mechanical Engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Besides my studies, I was involved in the engineering company of my father and began to develop my own business concepts. My passion for Africa evolved during a stay in Ghana for four months. There I completed an internship in a Ghanaian industrial enterprise. Subsequent to receiving the Bachelor’s degree in 2012, I continued with my Masters, which I presumably finish in summer 2014. After that I want to put my business plans into action..