UZWIL, Switzerland – Irene Mark-Eisenring will take charge of Bühler’s Executive Board function of Chief Human Resources Officer from Dipak Mane effective Sept. 1, 2020. Mane is stepping out of this function to pursue other important management tasks within the organization, supporting the CEO and the Executive Board.

 “The skills and qualifications of our employees, their commitment, and their passion are essential for Bühler as a technology company. We are extremely happy to have found Irene Mark-Eisenring as an experienced leader and human resources expert for this key function. She is the right personality to shape the future of our work for, and with, our people for the next phase of our company,” said CEO Stefan Scheiber.

Mark-Eisenring joined Bühler in 2016 as Head of Corporate Personnel Development. She has been responsible for setting and implementing strategies in the fields of global human resources (HR) development, HR marketing and employer branding, talent and performance management, strategic recruiting, and Diversity & Inclusion. She has a broad human resources background, with a 20-year track record of managing HR projects and holding leading HR roles, primarily in the financial industry.

Mane has held leadership roles at Bühler since 1992. As a successful business-unit manager and in building up the business for Bühler in India, he was instrumental in creating a leading position for Bühler in the market for rice processing technologies, among others. In 2015, Mane assumed the function of CHRO and member of the Executive Board. He successfully shaped Bühler’s global HR strategy over many years. At the same time, he collaborated closely with Mark-Eisenring so she could take over as his successor. Mane will assume new, important management tasks within Bühler. “We owe our sincere thanks to Dipak Mane, who, in the past years, profoundly shaped the positive development of Bühler. We are excited that we can continue to count on Dipak Mane’s broad experience, and are very happy to have found the ideal successor for him in Irene Mark-Eisenring,” said Scheiber.