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Heiress Georgia Näder on her new leadership style

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Heiress Georgia Näder on her new leadership style

“So, do you have any other life?” This is a question that Georgia Näder is likely to hear regularly. She is the founder of the nutrition start-up Maluwa and manager in the family business, the world‘s largest prosthesis manufacturer Ottobock – and is in her mid-20s.

The Ottobock company was founded in 1919. At that time, the main aim was to provide prostheses to the many war-injured people. In addition to prostheses, the family-run company also focuses on orthoses: They enable people with partial paralysis to become mobile again.

Georgia Näder tells Konrad Fischer why she learned to appreciate the anonymity of a boarding school as a teenager, how society’s approach to disability has changed – and how she is establishing a new leadership style in the company.

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