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Mark Maroske

My role at BBIS:

I'm the Head of IT at BBIS.

When did you join BBIS?

I joined BBIS in 2020.

What is your background?

With my University Diploma in Business Administration and Informatics, I joined the Audit Company Ernst and Young. After 4 years of successfully learning everything around bookkeeping, I joined Bombardier Inc as an Internal Auditor. 16 years and many different responsibilities and positions later, I decided to join a start-up company in Prenzlauer Berg called Mister Spex. After a short 1-year assignment, I took the opportunity to start, together with a handful of colleagues, a new University from scratch called XU (Exponential University Potsdam). When Burkhard and Nick asked me to join as their new Head of IT I could not resist.

What inspires you in your professional role?

My goal is to transform BBIS into a frontrunner when it comes to classroom of the future for students and teachers.

What are you passionate about?

I'm passionate to find solutions that expands the possibilities of teaching and learning beyond the current status quo without interfering the flow of teaching

What makes BBIS special?

The people I'm working with are more family than colleagues