Christof-Sebastian Klitz

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Christof-Sebastian Klitz (born September 8, 1959 in Hamburg) is the Head of the Volkswagen Representative Office in Brussels and Board Member of the European Movement International[1]

Christof-Sebastian Klitz studied law at the University of Hamburg. He graduated with the Second State Examination in German Law.[2]

Early in his professional career, he worked as a research assistant at the University of Hamburg before working for the Federation of German Industries in 1991. There he became Deputy Head of the delegates´office of the German Economy in Washington D.C. After that, he worked for Burson-Marsteller in Bonn and Berlin as well as for the Deutsche Telekom in Bonn.

Since 2008 he works as a lobbyist in Berlin and Brussels for Volkswagen.[3]

He works voluntarily as Deputy Head of the local chapter of the Wirtschaftsrat der CDU in Brussels.[4]

In 2011 he was elected Vice President of the European Movement International.[5]