In Movement (German)
Frank Otto is one of the first investors in millionways and serves as the chairman of the supervisory board of the millionways AG. Because of his unconventional résumé, he is strongly connected to the millionways vision.
After Michael Otto, Frank Otto is the second eldest son to Werner Otto, the founder of the Otto group. Frank Otto completed his training as a restorer of paper and graphics with the Museum of Arts and Crafts Hamburg and studied visual arts at the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design under Herald Duwe. After that, he worked as a musician and producer. In 1987, he started OK Radio, the second largest private radio station in Hamburg (today Oldie 95) and remains the controlling partner. In 1993, he was one of the founding members of VIVA. In 1995, he founded Hamburg 1, one of the first private regional television stations. Among others, he is involved in the radio stations delta radio and Radio Nora (Schleswig-Holstein) as well as Kiss FM (Berlin), Energy Sachsen and RauteMusik. Thanks to his own unique story, Frank Otto has been a friend and supported of millionways for years.