A young-timer with a young-timer.
Stefan loves to be on the move: Both privately, in his “young-timer”, and as a marketing expert for the company on business trips to trade fairs and events at home and abroad. There he supports subsidiaries, companies and specialist departments in organising and preparing documents and publications all the way to steering projects.
When describing their everyday life, marketing specialists often don’t know quite what to say. “The task is too varied and diverse in such a many-layered company as Bertrandt,” says Stefan. “There practically is no everyday life because the many different projects are always different, always new: every day brings new and unusual challenges.” The only thing that is everyday, in a sense, is the good mood and enjoyment of tasks that this great team takes on together with boundless enthusiasm.
His core tasks, such as email marketing, social media, presentations – that is, internal and external communications – guarantee constant enjoyment in the workplace, on the one hand because of the excellent work environment and on the other because of the exciting topics the company is working on.
And the more so because of Stefan’s particular affinity for cars: he has “petrol in the blood”, as it were. After all, it is here, in the company, that the future of mobility is being developed: topics such as digitalisation, autonomous driving, e-mobility and networking are everything but boring.
Being right there and having continuous direct contact with the practical side was already a vitally important factor during the young-timer driver’s training. That is why, after apprenticing as a vehicle salesman in 2014, he opted for a work-study programme in which he was able to experience “the perfect conjunction of theory and practice in various departments of Bertrandt.” “On the one side, the work-study programme was truly inspiring; on the other, I was naturally happy to be able to start directly at Bertrandt after the three years were over.”
If, admittedly, with a few starting problems: the battery of his car ran dry, causing not a little upset on his first day of work.