In the summer, Marc Mateschitz and Victoria Swarovski’s “Luxury Love Vacation” caused a stir. Social Democrats did not object to the dream couple’s trip with a private jet, limousine service and luxury yacht. Julia Herr, deputy chair of the SPO club, said: “Holidays probably emit more CO2 than others throughout the year.”
Of course, this move had no effect on the company’s success. Red Bull can expect a record financial year: “This year our sales are increasing again by one and a half billion cans. Mark Mateschitz does everything right. He is like a father,” Red Bull Austria general manager Robert Hohensinn is quoted by “Krone”. And further: “But the three managing directors we have appointed are also perfect.”
Franz Watzlawick, Alexander Kirchmayr and Oliver Mintzlaff took over the operational leadership of Red Bull a year ago. In 2022, Red Bull sold approximately 11.6 billion cans worldwide. According to the report of “Kron”, we are likely to cross the 13 billion mark this year.
Following Papa Dietrich’s death, Marc Mateschitz owns 49 percent of Red Bull through a holding company. The Red Bull heir, Mark has often been described as the richest Millennial (Generation Y) in Europe. Mateschitz His share of the company’s dividend for 2022 has been transferred. 582 million euros came into the account of the 31-year-old man.
In the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Mark Mateschitz is ranked 90th, making him the richest Austrian ever. His estimated net worth: US$18.1 billion, equivalent to approximately 17.2 billion euros.