Did you hear?... Alex Koska moves over to Salewa

After just a half a year as CEO of Germany-based Elho, Alex Koska has moved over to Salewa.
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After just a half a year as CEO of Germany-based Elho, Alex Koska has moved over to Salewa to become that company's CEO. He follows Stefan Guter there, who left recently to join Boards & More. "I am an outdoor person," said Koska about his change to Salewa.

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