Corinna Egerer is an entrepreneur. She has been a professional host for conferences, lecture events, panel discussions, company events and award ceremonies in the field of economics, business and politics for many years.
Originally from Cologne, Germany she studied business management at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland (lic.oec. HSG) and earned a Master’s Degree in International Management at the University of St. Gallen and the ESADE in Barcelona (CEMS MIM).
After receiving her degree, she worked as a consultant at one of the world’s leading business consulting firms. Her reputation earned her an opportunity to work in the Communications and Marketing department of one of Europe’s leading retail groups, where she served as the Director of European Affairs and Managing Director of the customer loyalty program.
Subsequently, she was recruited by an international German bank. Among her responsibilities there were to manage the credit and debit card business, customer service and customer experience of the bank’s branch offices. She also led a project to further innovation in Germany. This project was carried out in cooperation with the German government as well as the national association of the German Industry. In addition, she headed an internal network focusing on demographics.
Corinna Egerer began her career as a conference host inside the company. Today she hosts business events, panel discussions and congresses for a variety of companies and institutions – live and in front of the camera.
In 2019 she founded and became CEO of Frankfurt Digital Finance, an innovative conference platform format bringing together different topics, players and ecosystems in the Digital Finance world. The Frankfurt Digital Finance motto is #BetterTogether.
Having spent part of her high school years in the United States, she can professionally host any event in English.
She is married, has one daughter and is actively involved with the Atlantik Brücke (as a Young Leader). She is on the executive board of the alumni organization of the University St. Gallen.