Brainstorming under the sign of the Frog: jewellery designer meeting in Bingen

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Janine Eisen­hauer with her inter­na­tion­al team

ENERGETIX Bingen’s head of jew­ellery design Janine Eisen­hauer invit­ed the mem­bers of her inter­na­tion­al jew­ellery design­er team to col­lect ideas togeth­er and devel­op new con­cepts. So they all got togeth­er on 29–30 Novem­ber 2012 for an inspir­ing meet­ing in the company’s offices in Bin­gen am Rhein.


Work­ing out new ideas: the ENERGETIX jew­ellery design­ers

In addi­tion to Mar­cel­la Fer­ret­ti and Brit­ta Rejek who work in Bin­gen, Janine Eisenhauer’s team includes three ‚exter­nal‘ jew­ellery design­ers work­ing in oth­er places: Silke Prot­tung, Johan­na Spath, Johannes Tsopanides and Robin Ash­by from the UK. ENERGETIX art direc­tor Jörg Ole­jnik joined them to get an impres­sion of the new col­lec­tion for his graph­ics work on the cat­a­logue.

The meet­ing focused on devel­op­ing fresh ideas for future ENERGETIX col­lec­tions and iden­ti­fy­ing new themes that will then be fleshed out by the jew­ellery design­ers.

Quo vadis?
The course was set for future cre­ations dur­ing these days in Bin­gen. But what styl­is­tic direc­tions will the red ENERGETIX frog take next sea­son?



We can­not reveal too much at this point, of course – all we can say is that the pro­gramme includes fur­ther devel­op­ment of exist­ing cat­e­gories, improve­ment of the jew­ellery sys­tems and sat­is­fac­tion of dis­trib­u­tors‘ wish­es.

From min­i­mal­ist to glam­orous, from sym­bol­ic to del­i­cate and roman­ti­cal­ly play­ful — the spec­trum of themes devised for the 2013/2014 col­lec­tion is very var­ied. As well as good luck sym­bols, large stones and nature motifs, oth­er fun­ny mon­sters and new mate­ri­als are planned. One thing is cer­tain: it will be a colour­ful col­lec­tion!

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It will be inter­est­ing to see what imag­i­na­tive cre­ations Janine Eisenhauer’s high­ly moti­vat­ed design team will sur­prise us with in the future.

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The jew­ellery design­er team with ENERGETIX sole share­hold­er and CEO Roland Förster
(2nd from right) and art direc­tor Jörg Ole­jnik (right)

„Allez les grenouilles rouges“ Start-of-year event in Toulouse: meeting of French, English and Swiss distributors

The start-of-year train­ing orga­nized by Josette Desas­sis for the French, Eng­lish and Swiss ENERGETIX dis­trib­u­tors in her down­line was held in the south­ern French city of Toulouse from 18 to 20 Jan­u­ary 2013. Around 120 com­mit­ted and high­ly moti­vat­ed dis­trib­u­tors accept­ed her invi­ta­tion.

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As a pre­lude to the week­end pro­gramme, par­tic­i­pants were tak­en on a guid­ed tour of the city on the Fri­day after­noon. It gave them a wel­come oppor­tu­ni­ty to get to know the city of Toulouse, with its Capi­tole and the Romanesque Saint Sernin Basil­i­ca, as well as get to know one anoth­er — in chilly win­ter tem­per­a­tures!

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Train­ing with Nadine Coquil­lat

On the Sat­ur­day, STARCLUB mem­ber Josette Desas­sis wel­comed the guests and opened the start-of-year event. Then came a train­ing ses­sion with Nadine Coquil­lat, who addressed the top­ics of how to enhance per­for­mance and self-con­fi­dence.
After this Fabi­enne Chaboud, a dis­trib­u­tor with 15 years‘ expe­ri­ence as a jew­ellery expert, offered a wealth of tips on how to pro­fes­sion­al­ly and effec­tive­ly orga­nize pre­sen­ta­tion tables.

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Fabi­enne Chaboud gave expert advice on how to opti­mize jew­ellery pre­sen­ta­tions

A par­tic­u­lar trib­ute was paid to the most suc­cess­ful dis­trib­u­tors, who received spe­cial awards for their achieve­ments.

Sunday’s pro­gramme start­ed with a sem­i­nar on online train­ing con­duct­ed by Anke Hesse-Michaelis, fol­lowed by mar­ket­ing plan train­ing with Michel Obéron and Anke Hesse-Michaelis. The Eng­lish dis­trib­u­tors were able to fol­low all the train­ing thanks to pro­fes­sion­al simul­ta­ne­ous trans­la­tion.


Josette Desas­sis, Michel and Marie-Lau­re Obéron and ENERGETIX sole share­hold­er and CEO Roland Förster (left to right)

Sole share­hold­er and CEO Roland Förster pre­sent­ed the eager­ly await­ed new Spring Brochure and delight­ed par­tic­i­pants with news about ENERGETIX.
Josette Desas­sis intro­duced var­i­ous train­ing mod­ules and con­clud­ed the the­mat­ic part of the week­end with an address on team build­ing, team analy­sis and devel­op­ment con­trol.

Josette Desas­sis par­tic­u­lar­ly thanked Anke Hesse-Michaelis, who act­ed as a trans­la­tor for Eng­lish, French and Ger­man and ensured a relaxed atmos­phere by per­form­ing the song „Sim­ply the Best“ with the dis­trib­u­tors. For the STARCLUB mem­bers, who had pre­vi­ous­ly been award­ed cer­tifi­cates, the evening end­ed in good spir­its in a fash­ion­able restau­rant.

The 2013 start-of-year event in Toulouse shows that the con­cept of inten­sive moti­va­tion and train­ing prac­tised by Josette Desas­sis, with dis­trib­u­tor com­pe­ti­tion, is very effec­tive. The time invest­ed is reward­ed by a boost in everyone’s moti­va­tion and above-aver­age sales increas­es!

ENERGETIX distributors support the Hugo Tempelman Foundation in the fight against Aids and tuberculosis in South Africa

ENERGETIX dis­trib­u­tors col­lect­ed 1,300 euros for the Hugo Tem­pel­man Foun­da­tion at the 2013 Start-of-Year-Event in Will­in­gen. An impres­sive sum, which ENERGETIX sole share­hold­er and CEO Roland Förster imme­di­ate­ly round­ed up to 2,000 euros.

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The com­pa­ny and its dis­trib­u­tors have already been active­ly involved in sup­port­ing the Hugo Tem­pel­man Foun­da­tion for a num­ber of years. The Foun­da­tion estab­lished by Dutch doc­tor hus­band and wife team Hugo and Lies­je Tem­pel­man is engaged in a prece­dent-set­ting project to com­bat AIDS and improve liv­ing con­di­tions in South Africa. Its cura­tors include singer, author and painter Her­man van Veen, Heinz Rudolf Kun­ze and Dr. Antje Vollmer.

Among the Foundation’s tasks there are both med­ical projects (such as HIV ther­a­py and tuber­cu­lo­sis pro­grammes) and infra­struc­ture projects – includ­ing orphan care, a post office and a com­put­er school.

You can find fur­ther infor­ma­tion about the work of the Hugo Tem­pel­man Foun­da­tion online at

Don’t forget…


More and more peo­ple use Valentine’s Day to give plea­sure to some­one they love. Clas­si­cal­ly, for exam­ple, with a Valen­tine card — or with a bou­quet of flow­ers, a box of choco­lates, per­fume or of course with a beau­ti­ful piece of jew­ellery that comes from the heart.

New Mercedes Benz A-Class in the ENERGETIXDRIVE programme

The news is sure to please many ENERGETIX Bin­gen dis­trib­u­tors: the A250 Sport mod­el of the new Mer­cedes Benz A-Class is now avail­able under the ENERGETIXDRIVE pro­gramme.

The four-cylin­der car with sports sus­pen­sion makes an impres­sive visu­al impact with its strik­ing dia­mond radi­a­tor grille, 5-spoke alloy wheels and red trim strips on the front and rear apron. Typ­i­cal fea­tures inside are the sport seats with red con­trast stitch­ing and red safe­ty belts.

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The spe­cial mod­el A250 Sport

Distributors may now order the products presented in the 2013 Spring Brochure.

This year, ENERGETIX pub­lished its Spring Brochure in Jan­u­ary! The first excit­ed­ly await­ed copies were hand­ed out at ENERGETIX’s start-of-year event for the year in Will­in­gen. And now the time has come: jew­ellery from the hot-off-the-press spring brochure is now avail­able to order!

The prod­uct high­lights pre­sent­ed in the 48-page brochure include the Mag­netTime ladies‘ wrist­watch and Fun­ny Mon­sters.



With Mag­netTime, ENERGETIX Bin­gen has launched a slen­der watch ele­ment with inte­grat­ed mag­nets that may be com­bined as the mood takes you with the bracelets in the Clas­sic range (1859, 2259, 2175 and 1531).


Fun­ny Mon­sters

That mon­sters can also be amus­ing, cute and friend­ly is demon­strat­ed by the new Fun­ny Mon­sters: Squil­ly, Spiky and Spooky for adorn­ing children’s slid­ers and pen­dants will not only make chil­dren smile.


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