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Commissioner for the Digital Industry and Start-ups | Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) |
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Thomas Jarzombek started an IT service company in 1996 while being a student of Economics, until 2017 he was a partner of the firm. He has been politically active for more than 25 years, for example as a member of the City Council of Düsseldorf as well as a member of the state parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia. In 2009, 2013 and 2017 he was elected to the German Bundestag. Thomas Jarzombek is the Chairman of the CDU Düsseldorf and from 2014 until 2018 he was the Spokesperson of the CDU/CSU-parliamentary group in the Digital Agenda Committee of the Bundestag. He also is member of the Committee on Transport and Digital Infrastructure since 2009. Since April 2018 Thomas Jarzombek is the new Federal Government Coordinator of German Aerospace Policy at the Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
In addition to this function, Thomas Jarzombek was appointed as the Commissioner for the Digital Industry and Start-ups in August 2019. His work will focus on dialogue with the stakeholders in the digital sector and with start-ups. He aims to make the digital market even more accessible for start-ups and to improve the policy environment for an international market.
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