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“These freedoms that I currently enjoy will no longer exist to this degree. I am beyond my sell-by date as concerns the extent of my powers and areas of competence”.
|Date of Birth||September 24, 1939|
|Source of Wealth||Retail|
Dieter Schwarz expanded his business and spread over its operations globally, acting as one of the leaders in the supermarket chain segment.
Dieter Schwarz founded a foundation, the Dieter Schwarz Foundation with the aim to support education, science and research projects and exclusively the daycare facilities for children, as well as other activities.
Dieter Schwarz funded a university campus in his hometown. The donation helped in the development of a graduate school of management and law. He also made other higher offerings for educational projects.
Dieter Schwarz is a man of philanthropy and has been rewarded with many prizes for his innumerable charitable contributions in Germany.
Dieter Schwarz purchased the rights for "Lidl" for $600 to make it his store name.
Dieter Schwarz's super market chain, Lidl has over 2,900 stores in Germany and 9,875 stores across Europe.
Dieter Schwarz owns a lavish house full of luxuries in his hometown Heilbronn, Germany.
Dieter Schwarz owns the naming rights from the co-owner Ludwig Lidl, who was a faculty.
Dieter Schwarz, the promising entrepreneur, has been inducted into the World Retail Hall of Fame by the World Retail Congress.
Dieter Schwarz is an introvert personality with rare appears in public and lives a modest lifestyle in his hometown, Heilbronn, Germany.
Dieter Schwarz bought the rights of his firm’s name, ‘Lidl’ for approximately $600 from a German school teacher in the 1970s.
He was ranked the second wealthiest person in Germany in 2012.
Dieter Schwarz received the Medal of Merit in the year 2002 from his home state, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.