Ralf Hofmann: It matches perfectly. Tradition meets innovation.
Lutz Meschke: You can also choose a different pair of terms to fit both teams: small but powerful.
Lutz Meschke: Yes, things are going well. And that goes for the Kickers as well. The basic attitude is positive and the environment is stable.
Lutz Meschke: We definitely think so. The Stuttgarter Kickers have been doing some excellent work for some time. That applies not least to youth work.
Lutz Meschke: Youth work is important for us. Not only because sport has a tremendous significance in our society. As a successful company we intend to assume our responsibility for youth very consciously, and this means for young people from all social levels. We run our programmes on a long-term basis and need reliable partners to achieve sustainability.
Lutz Meschke: Exactly. And that is the attraction of this partnership. The joint further development in the youth and professional sector at the Stuttgarter Kickers is a magnificent task for the coming years.
Ralf Hofmann: Of course. The declared goal of our commitment to the Stuttgarter Kickers is to raise the level of our awareness. We're in the B2B business, our customers know us – that's not our theme. But we are growing fast and we want to recruit the best graduates.
Ralf Hofmann: ... and has specialised in IT-based process optimisation. In fact in all company processes. We're also talking about logistics, production as well as process chains within corporate sectors such as Development and Administration.
Lutz Meschke: MHP is market leader in the automobile industry.
Lutz Meschke: It wouldn't be a bad thing if the team were market leaders in the third league table at the end of the season.
Lutz Meschke: Basically it's always good to play in a higher class. But seriously, you can’t plan success with 100% certainty in competitive sport either. And what applies to business also applies to sport in general: if you don't want to trip up, you have to place every step you take carefully. One after the other.