We are a strong team of three co-founders (IT-, Business-, and Maths-Guys), combining diverse backgrounds and relevant entrepreneurial experiences. We look back on a long joint journey and way more to come.


Dr. André Schweizer

CEO and Co-founder

Dr. André Schweizer is CEO and co-founder of qbound. He obtains more than 15 years of work experience in the IT industry (e.g. Fraunhofer, PwC, Bosch, Capgemini and it-economics). Dr. André Schweizer has a PhD in information systems and his research findings has been published in high-ranked peer-reviewed journals and on leading information systems conferences. Dr. André Schweizer’s research has also earned him considerable international reputation and led to invitations from two of the world’s most renowned universities. He was invited to research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and became Research Fellow at the Centre for Blockchain Technologies at University College London (UCL). Prior, he studied information systems at the University of Regensburg, University of Applied Sciences Esslingen, University of Technology in Sydney and the State Polytechnic University of St. Petersburg. Dr. André Schweizer started his professional career with an apprenticeship as IT systems electronics engineer at Daimler AG.


Artur Rösch

CTO and Co-founder
Artur Rösch is CTO and co-founder of qbound. He has extensive experience in the field of entrepreneurship. So, Artur Rösch has been responsible for software development at CLICON GmbH as a shareholder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO). He also accompanied Fairträge GmbH in its function as CTO. Furthermore, Artur Rösch was also involved in the planning and management of the network infrastructure of major events for international companies such as HPE, MicroFocus and DXC Technology. In 2018, Artur Rösch was also a member of a project group working on a blockchain-based asset tokenization solution. Prior, he studied business informatics at the DHBW Stuttgart, the University of Regensburg, the University of Technology in Sydney and the St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University. Artur Rösch started his professional career an apprenticeship as IT specialist for system integration at Hewlett-Packard GmbH in Böblingen. During his training, he obtained two “Cisco Certified Network Associate” (CCNA) certifications. Before Artur Rösch began his studies, he worked as a technology consultant with a focus on Microsoft Exchange and Active Directory at Hewlett-Packard GmbH in Munich.

Dr. Sven Radszuwill

CFO and Co-founder

Dr. Sven Radszuwill is CFO and co-founder of qbound. He earned his PhD in the field of business informatics (“On Network-like Structures in Business and Their Underlying Digital Technologies”). During his PhD Sven Radszuwill worked for the project group Business and Information Systems Engineering of the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology in innovative, applied research projects with renowned companies (Deutsche Bank AG, ING DiBa AG, Senacor Technologies). He has also been working in the Fraunhofer Blockchain Lab, where he was able to lead one of the first Blockchain projects in Germany (together with the Norddeutsche Landesbank) and was involved in several other Blockchain projects, e.g. for the Federal Ministry of the Environment and the Federal Ministry for Mobility and Digital Infrastructure and conducted numerous workshops with German industrial companies. Prior, Sven Radszuwill studied mathematics with a minor in economics at the University of Jena and the University of Winnipeg (Canada) with a thematic focus on the design and application of algorithms. During his studies he worked in the research and development department of Carl Zeiss AG and in IT consulting at Accenture GmbH.

"The qbound team combines leading-edge technology know-how and relevant industry experience. I am convinced they are ready to scale a high-tech company and will add substantial value to the cybersecurity market​​"
"qbound’s Zero Trust identity and access management solution helps us to secure our applications and data, while reducing administrative effort in managing access rights"
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