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Dieter May

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Dieter May

Dieter May
Company: BMW Group
Title: Senior Vice President Digital Services and Business Models
Location: Munich, Germany
Fields of operation: Digital, Technology

Dieter May is a Senior Executive and global leader with 20+ years in high tech industries, spanning mobile products, large-scale cloud based consumer services and semiconductor technology.


He most recently moved into the automotive industry. Currently Dieter is the Senior Vice President of Digital Business Models for the BMW Group and drives the company’s digital transformation and new growth opportunities through cloud based digital services.


He has a track record in scaling, transforming and re-positioning of global businesses. During his career Dieter built and managed large scale and high performance teams. His portfolio includes setting-up digital consumer services activities in Nokia with more than 200 M active users and focus on emerging markets, connecting the next billion consumers to the internet. He also ran Nokia’s Emerging Businesses Unit and was instrumental in multiple strategic acquisitions. During his Corporate Strategy leadership with Infineon, the company made significant strides into the systems  and solutions business. In addition to his consulting background with Booz&Company, he held management positions with Motorola Semiconductors and IBM.


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