Martin Rohla

founder and partner of goodshares consulting

Born in 1963, Martin Rohla studied business administration at the Johannes Kepler University Linz and graduated as a licensed management consultant. After a traineeship at the Creditanstalt-Bankverein in New York in 1987, he became a self-employed entrepreneur. Martin founded and successfully sold various companies in the IT, pharmacy, medical centre and real estate sectors. His project “Saint Charles Apotheke” was finalist a at the Entrepreneur of the Year of EY 2008. Since 2011 Martin is also an organic farmer at Gut Bergmühle. Through his Goodshares Beteiligungs- und Beratungs GmbH, he also holds stakes in Fair Finance, Goood, Weitsicht Cobenzl, ILO, Landlust Immobilien, Monopol Verlag, Biorama, Ackerhelden, Stadtflucht Bergmühle, Swing Kitchen and others.
With Habibi & Hawara winner of the Entrepreneur of the Year 2019 in the field of Social Entrepreneurship.
Currently Martin is also investing judge at the start-up show “2Minuten2Millionen” produced by Puls4.

“Practice the latter, without neglecting the former.”

Christoph Mayer

founder and partner of goodshares consulting

Born 1976, Christoph Mayer studied business administration and law in Graz, Vienna and Los Angeles.

As a father of “three wild boys”, he ended his involvement with The Boston Consulting Group to implement sustainable projects.
In addition to the production of pure apple juices from old fruit varieties (www.wildfrucht.at) and his voluntary commitment to the conservation of old fruit varieties (e.g. board member Arche Noah www.arche-noah.at), he supports the implementation of ecological and economic sustainability improvements.

“Sustainability lies in the DNA of successful entrepreneurs.”

Bianca Hernandez, BSc

Management Assistant

Born in 1981, Bakk. tech. agricultural science at BOKU – University for Life Science in Vienna. She gained professional experience at Immofinanz and Kommunalkredit Public Consulting.

“People who say it’s impossible shouldn’t interrupt those who make it happen.”