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Schnick-Schnack-Systems Invests in Its Team

Nicole Groebel (purchasing), Friederike Osterkamp (accounting), and Gero Gaede (project manager). Photo: Schnick-Schnack-Systems

Schnick-Schnack-Systems, the specialist for LED effect lighting, welcomes three new members to its team. In their new roles, they will strengthen the areas of project management, accounting, and procurement so the business partners and customers of the growing Cologne, Germany-based company will continue to receive the best possible service at all times.

The project management of Schnick-Schnack-Systems welcomes newcomer Gero Gaede. The 39-yer-old technical management expert and trained technician specializing in systems engineering, has a wealth of experience in the fields of media technology, production, and quality assurance. In addition, he worked for many years in the distribution of media technology products and complex products that require explanation. Knowledge and experience that will benefit not only project management but also all other areas at Schnick-Schnack-Systems.

The Accounting team at Schnick-Schnack-Systems welcomes Friederike Osterkamp to its ranks: following her training in industrial management, the 35-year-old studied business administration at the Münster University of Applied Sciences. She brings with her many years of experience in accounting. Among other things, she also spent two years in a media agency and six years in an advertising agency.

The third in the group is Nicole Groebel. The 45-year-old advertising executive takes over the daily communication with suppliers and service providers in purchasing and assists with the purchasing process and preparatory accounting.

"In addition to the technology of our products, the team is our most important resource," says Solveig Busler, member of the executive board at Schnick-Schnack-Systems. "Our ambition is to be close to the customer -- in consulting and project implementation as well as in all supporting processes. By expanding our team, we are laying the foundation for further growth and ensuring that we will continue to live up to our standards in the future."

WWWwww.schnickschnacksystems.com


(8 February 2018)

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