2024The SES changes its name to Senior Expert Service (SES), operates as a non-profit limited company and enters the market with its commercial brand German Senior Experts (GSE). The new motto of the SES: future through experience.
2023The SES celebrates 40 years.
2021The SES becomes a partner in the African-German Youth Office (AGYO).
2017The SES establishes Weltdienst 30+ for experts and executives who are taking some time off work.
2015Integration assistance projects are launched to support young refugees and migrants.
2014The SES receives the Otto Mühlschlegel Prize from the Robert Bosch Stiftung.
2012The SES receives an award as part of the initiative ‘Germany – Land of Long Life’.
2009The SES receives an award in the competition ‘365 Landmarks in the Land of Ideas’.
2008The VerA initiative (‘Verhinderung von Ausbildungsabbrüchen’) is launched, which is dedicated to preventing apprentices from dropping out of their courses.
2006A scheme is launched for schools. ‘Neue Impulse für Schülerinnen und Schüler’ delivers new impetus for students.
2003The SES Foundation is established. The BDA, BDI, DIHK and ZDH transfer their shares in SES GmbH to the foundation. From now on, the SES Foundation is the sole shareholder in SES GmbH.
2002The Confederation of German Employers’ Associations (BDA) replaces the CDF as the fourth SES shareholder.
1992The German Confederation of Skilled Crafts (ZDH) becomes the fourth SES shareholder.
1990The first assignment in Germany is completed in the state of Thuringia.
1985The SES becomes a limited company and non-profit organisation. The first shareholders are the DIHK, the Federation of German Industries (BDI) and the Carl Duisberg Förderkreis (CDF).
1983The SES is established as a pilot project by the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DIHK, then known as the DIHT). The first expert to be posted abroad completes an assignment in Brazil.