Motivational boost for new business partners: the two-day event for newcomers

New­com­ers were able to take part in an exclu­sive train­ing trip to ENERGETIX’s head­quar­ters in Bin­gen on 15 and 16 Octo­ber.


The group spent the Thurs­day in the beau­ti­ful Rhein­gau region. This is where the par­tic­i­pants from Ger­many, France and Bel­gium were able to take the oppor­tu­ni­ty to ask such ques­tions as “How did you dis­cov­er ENERGETIX Bin­gen?” and “How do you attract busi­ness part­ners?” and so get to know each oth­er bet­ter. A mem­ber of the Cus­tomer Sup­port staff helped with inter­pre­ta­tion and so over­come any lan­guage bar­ri­ers that might have exist­ed. The par­tic­i­pants were also lat­er able to sam­ple three top wines from the Rhein­gau region in the atmos­pher­ic and can­dlelit cel­lar vaults at the famous Eber­bach Abbey. Con­tin­ue read­ing

The stunning competition training trip to Canada: this way to the photos!

A hap­py group of top busi­ness part­ners fell “Under Nature’s Spell” from 4 to 10 Octo­ber! The Rocky Moun­tains, glac­i­ers, cow­boy hats: you’ll find the best pho­tos from the trip in this Flickr on-line album!

Kanada 2015

Under Nature’s Spell: the com­pe­ti­tion train­ing trip to the Cana­di­an Rocky Moun­tains


Joined the group from Turkey: Gül and Sinan Batir


Pure adven­ture: tour across the glacial ice


Wildlife watch­ing includ­ed!

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High-ranking visitor from Berlin. Federal Minister, Andrea Nahles, visited ENERGETIX Bingen!

Mem­ber of par­lia­ment arrives at ENERGETIX on 9 Octo­ber 2015, on time and in good spir­its. After being wel­comed by Roland Förster, the company’s Sole Share­hold­er and CEO, and a short tour of its depart­ments, the politi­cian – who was always accom­pa­nied by sev­er­al local politi­cians, press rep­re­sen­ta­tives and a tele­vi­sion crew – took the time for an inten­sive exchange of ideas.


Andrea Nahles talk­ing to Roland Förster

Andrea Nahles would not be a good politi­cian if she didn’t shift atten­tion to the top­ic that is cur­rent­ly par­tic­u­lar­ly close to her heart: refugees – and more specif­i­cal­ly – their rapid incor­po­ra­tion into the labour mar­ket for faster inte­gra­tion.


Andrea Nahles study­ing ENERGETIX’s jew­ellery cre­ations with great inter­est

Lived inte­gra­tion
How can gov­ern­ment help Ger­man com­pa­nies to – rapid­ly – improve the refugees‘ sit­u­a­tion on the labour mar­ket! These and oth­er inter­est­ing ques­tions were not avoid­ed and the fed­er­al min­is­ter left with the promise that ENERGETIX would, if the polit­i­cal frame­work con­di­tions per­mit­ted, give young refugees the oppor­tu­ni­ty to start their work­ing life – and thus inte­gra­tion – with prac­ti­cal train­ing at ENERGETIX.


Besides wel­com­ing the high pro­por­tion of women, par­tic­u­lar­ly in exec­u­tive roles, the Fed­er­al Min­is­ter for Labour and Social Affairs was espe­cial­ly hap­py to see the large num­ber of – high­ly qual­i­fied – employ­ees from immi­grant back­grounds demon­strat­ing that inte­gra­tion is a mat­ter of course at ENERGETIX Bin­gen!

It was then time for her next appoint­ment in Mainz where she was to dis­cuss the top­ic of a “good work­ing life” with cit­i­zens (“Gut leben, gut arbeit­en” (“Liv­ing Well, Work­ing Well”)). She was prob­a­bly able to take sev­er­al pos­i­tive ideas from Bin­gen with her and con­tribute them to the dis­cus­sion!

ENERGETIX Turkey: the Catalogue Launch 2015

ENERGETIX Türkiye’s Cat­a­logue Launch took place in the fash­ion cen­tre of Istan­bul on 3 Octo­ber 2015. The new col­lec­tion for 2016 was pre­sent­ed fol­low­ing the event’s offi­cial open­ing by Tol­ga Delik­taş, head of ENERGETIX in Turkey, and a pre­sen­ta­tion by Dr Thiel, the COO.

Greet­ings from Ger­many
Dr Thiel expressed his deep grat­i­tude and appre­ci­a­tion – also on behalf of Roland Förster, Sole Share­hold­er and CEO, and Alexan­der Link, CIO – to Mr Delik­taş, his team and all the busi­ness part­ners in Turkey!

The day was filled with inter­est­ing pre­sen­ta­tions: suc­cess­ful busi­ness part­ners report­ed their expe­ri­ences gained from work­ing with their teams, the use of social media in sales and the win­ning of new busi­ness part­ners. The social aspects of team man­age­ment were also illu­mi­nat­ed and expe­ri­ences with mag­net­ic jew­ellery were exchanged.


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