People

Ca. 380 jobs have been created since the company was established in 2004. 47% of those jobs were filled with people with disabilities. Today AfB operates in four European countries and continues to grow steadily.

AfB Facts

380

We employ nearly 380 people, 47% of them with disabilities.

360000

We pass along approx. 360,000 pieces of hardware every year.

3500

We carry out about 3,500 hardware pick-ups per year in compliance with privacy regulations.


Our Managing Directors introduce themselves

Paul Cvilak
Founder & Managing Director

The founder of AfB saw a very unique challenge in building a company in the IT business that can be competitive in the market and at the same time do something goods for our society. 

Daniel Büchle
Managing Director

Since he finished his Duales Studium (work/study Programme) with a degree in Management he has been working for AfB. He has been Managing Director since 2009 and is responsible for Distribution, Marketing and Strategy.  

Alexander Rau
Managing Director

Alexander Rau has been Managing Director at AfB since 2009. He is responsible for the operative business and the further development of technological platforms and systems. 

“I’m particularly proud of running a company where people and the environment count more than any short-term economic profit. I’m happy about the success of our concepts and the recognition we receive for it. And I hope that our basic idea will take root in our society.“

 

Paul Cvilak, Managing Director of AfB

Our team takes care of all the daily work steps - from pick-up to re-marketing.













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What our employees say.

“I love working here at the AfB shop. Talking to and consulting my customers requires a friendly demeanor and expertise. And here, my disability does not limit me in any way.“

Patrick Lonek, Sales AfB

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