Martin Krekáč is a chairman and founding partner of the Jenewein Group consulting group. In 1990, he managed to build a strong international background for the provision of consulting services focusing on Management Consulting. Already at that time, he laid the foundations of the current Czech-Slovak premium group, which helps organizations and individuals in defining and implementing strategic visions and improving performance.
Since its establishment, it has gradually and systematically expanded its portfolio of expert consulting services. Since 1999, the Jenewein Group has become an integrating platform for the operation of the consulting company Amrop Jenewein – for the area of Executive Search, Board & Leadership Services, and since 2007 for the consulting company Fipra – for the area of Public Affairs and Government Relations. Both operate in more than 50 countries.
He currently strengthens and improves the group’s consulting portfolio and creates synergic solutions between individual consulting companies and experts from the Business Innovation Network (BIN). He manages the strategic development of relations in the public sector and in regulated private sectors and helps create effective partnerships and knowledge transfer between the private and public entities. He cooperates with major companies and organizations and his typical clients include the biggest personalities of Czech-Slovak business, founders and owners of family companies, family offices, private investors (Private Equity Executives), shareholders, top managers, professional athletes and artists. He is a sought-after personal adviser on strategic issues and a recognized expert in personnel policy and family business.
Martin Krekáč is also the founder and president of the European Partnership for Public Strategies (EPPP) – advisory and analytical institute operating in Bratislava and Brussels. He is a member of several boards and associations, clubs and organizations at home and abroad, as well as members of advisory bodies of the Slovak parliament and the Slovak government. From 2005 to 2013 he was President of the Business Alliance of Slovakia (PAS) and from 2006 to 2010 he was a member and adviser of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in Brussels. In 2016, he was nominated for the Crystal Wing Award in the category Business. He has given several dozens of professional lectures and has had extensive publishing activities at home and abroad.