GRUNDIG AKADEMIE PROFILE
The GRUNDIG AKADEMIE was established in 1978 as a non-profit-making foundation by Max Grundig, one of the most innovative German industrialists of the post-war era. From the very beginning, the GRUNDIG AKADEMIE has regarded itself as an educational institution that not only teaches very specific technical and business know-how in targeted training courses, but also imparts extensive knowledge for different kinds of occupational groups in longer-term further education.
In 1991, the GRUNDIG AKADEMIE established a branch in Gera. In the following years, other educational institutions were integrated into the GRUNDIG AKADEMIE GRUPPE, in order to further broaden its range of services. The GRUNDIG AKADEMIE GRUPPE includes TOP Business GmbH, formerly Philips Academy, in Nuremberg and Hamburg and an executive training academy, WiSo-Führungskräfte-Akademie (WFA), in Nuremberg . WFA is a non-profit limited company at the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and serves as a link to the scientific community.