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Dr. Tim Bauer
»Effective measures fit the DNA of the company.«
Tim Bauer is a partner with entrepreneurial DNA and a specialist in family businesses. As a partner in Operations, he leads the Stuttgart location.
Curriculum Vitae

Success in consulting begins where a deep understanding of a company's unique DNA meets practical experience. Tim Bauer embodies this synthesis like few others. As a partner at enomyc in Operations and head of the Stuttgart office since early 2024, he brings an exceptional combination of SME entrepreneurial experience and advisory expertise.

Tim Bauer's professional career is deeply rooted in the world of family businesses. After graduating with a degree in business administration, he took over the management of his family's large bakery chain, a significant operation with 150 locations. For over a decade, he shaped and led the company, gaining invaluable experience and developing a deep understanding of the specific challenges and opportunities that define family businesses.

Since joining enomyc in 2020, Tim has used his passion and expertise to advise mid-sized companies, especially family-run businesses, in southwestern Germany. His approach is based on the belief that tailored strategies, which build on the individual strengths and traditions of a company, are the key to long-term success.

With Tim Bauer, your company gains a partner who not only successfully combines theory and practice but whose professional roots and personal experience in managing a family business give him an extraordinary perspective and empathy. Under his leadership, enomyc is well-positioned to fully exploit the potential of your company and lead you to success through tailored solutions.

Achievements and Awards

TOP 100 Award | Awarded as the most innovative SME in Germany

11 consecutive times Best Business Consultants | business magazine brand eins

7 consecutive times Best Consultants for SMEs | TOP CONSULTANT, media partner Manager Magazin

Best of Consulting Award 2020 | business magazine WirtschaftsWoche