Dietrich Mateschitz (Entrepreneur) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Dietrich Mateschitz

Known best as the co-founder of Red Bull, this businessman had, by 2012, accumulated more than five billion dollars from the sale of energy beverages.

After studying for a decade at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, he began work in the marketing department of the London-based Unilever company.

While he was working for a German company called Blendax, he traveled widely and, on one trip, met Chaleo Yoovidhya, the Thai founder of the Krating Daeng energy drink that would later be transformed into Red Bull.

He grew up in Styria, Austria, as a member of a family of Slovenian and Croatian heritage. He fathered one son out of wedlock.

In 2005, he became the co-owner of the Formula One racing team Minardi and re-branded it as Scuderia Toro Rosso. His newly purchased Red Bull Racing team went on to win a major championship with driver Sebastian Vettel at the wheel.

Dietrich Mateschitz Age

How old is Dietrich Mateschitz? He was born in 1944, he is 79 years old.

Dietrich Mateschitz Height & Weight

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Dietrich Mateschitz Wiki

Dietrich Mateschitz Wiki/Bio
Famous asEntrepreneur
Age79 years old
BirthdayMay 20, 1944
Zodiac SignTaurus
Net WorthN/A

Quotes by Dietrich Mateschitz

When launching a product called an Energy Drink and named Red Bull, a product that stimulates body and mind, it is a short step to the roots where Red Bull came from. We have been doing this for 20 years – now it’s called adventure sports, extreme sports, and outdoor sports.

— Dietrich Mateschitz

It is a must to believe in one’s product.

— Dietrich Mateschitz

There are almost no sports within which mortal accidents are not a reality.

— Dietrich Mateschitz

I don’t believe in 50 friends. I believe in a smaller number. Nor do I care about society events. It’s the most senseless use of time.

— Dietrich Mateschitz

The most dangerous thing for a branded product is low interest.

— Dietrich Mateschitz