In his late 30s he decided to slightly adjust his activities more in the direction of political campaign work. He led many successful political campaigns as lead strategist and campaign manager personally responsible for all activities. At the same time he published a series of articles about classic watches in the leading German magazine Uhren Magazin.
He became Secretary of the German section of the RREC (Rolls-Royce & Bentley Enthusiasts’ Club) and developed the first RREC magazine for the German-speaking members. He published many articles about Rolls-Royce cars and history and later took part in the development of the Rolls-Royce Brand Academy in München on behalf of BMW Group. He also worked for Project Rolls-Royce, the team that developed the new model Phantom VII in year 2000.
On behalf of the Ministries of Bavaria, he undertook many regional marketing programs to promote and strengthen the image of the commercial attributes of Bavaria over a period of six plus years.
At the same time he helped many small and mid-sized companies to acquire a bigger share of their global markets. What followed in his fifties was the opportunity to team up with the then new company Vintage & Prestige, London to build a new internet-based sales concept for early Pre-War and vintage cars in the UK. Vintage & Prestige today is the biggest seller of vintage cars in Europe, if not worldwide.