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www.psi-network.de PSI Journal 7/2016 KALFANY SÜSSE WERBUNG NEWCOMER TO CUSTOMER SERVICE “EXPORT” Lena Picht has recently taken over as the successor of Santiago Fischer-Suarez in Customer Service Export at Kalfany Süße Werbung. Among other things, she is responsible for customers in German-speaking Switzerland as well as in Spain, Italy and Portugal. Picht graduated with a Master of Arts in “International Tourism Management” in 2011. She has a very good command of English, Spanish and French. Through her work in sales and after-sales service at internationally Lena Picht operating companies, Lena Picht has a profound knowledge of providing advice and support as well as order processing in the production and finishing of sweet promotional products. www.suesse-werbung.de < TRENDBAGZ SUMMERY PRIZE DRAW In keeping with summertime, Essen-based Trendbagz is raffling a hammock including frame. In order to participate in the raffle, promotional product distributors must register at www.trendbagz.com. m All distributors who are registered in the distributor list of the specialist for promotional bags by 22 July 2016 will be automatically entered into the prize draw. The organiser’s decision is final. Trendbagz sells its trendy promotional bags exclusively through the qualified promotional products industry. Potential industry customers can find a contact person nearby in the distributor list. < SOCIAL COMMITMENT HALFAR SUPPORTS CHILDREN’S CANCER PROJECT When we talk about Halfar, we usually talk about promotionally effective bags. For over 25 years, they have been developing, manufacturing and distributing bags and backpacks – with great passion. The company also demonstrates this in its social commitment. Supporting the children’s cancer project “Fruchtalarm” is a matter truly dear to the heart of director Armin Halfar. The project is funded purely by donations. Since then, the mobile children’s cocktail bar is rolled once a week through the corridors of 15 children’s cancer care units in Germany. Colourful and flavourful fruit cocktails are created with “Fruchtalarm”. The delicious drinks are mixed by the young patients themselves directly at their bedside according to their personal wishes. “Fruchtalarm” thus promotes activity, self-determination and joy of life, and brings a welcome change to the everyday hospital routine of the seriously ill children and adolescents. As a result of chemotherapy, important fluid intake is often difficult. “Fruchtalarm” helps to regain the strength necessary for further treatment. Each dear, Halfar donates bags that project staff can hand over to the young patients at the end of a severe Project initiator Marcel Lossie and ma- chemotherapy treatment or when celebrating a naging director Armin Halfar with the birthday during the “Fruchtalarm”. In addition, new bags. all of the more than 100 employees throughout Germany are provided with quality bags. They are extremely handy and with the jazzy imprint are also effective in raising public awareness of the project. www.halfar.com < BOFA SALES TEAM CONTINUES TO GROW The advertising technology specialist BOFA-Doublet GmbH is delighted to announce that two new employees have further strengthened the sales team. Sarah Schröter in field sales is responsible for supporting customers in southern Germany. Together with her long-serving colleague Martina Amerkamp-Schoroth, customers will now receive even better support and advice. Daniel Liebig in the back office will advise customers of the Bonn-based company in northern Germany, thus enabling his colleagues in field sales to concentrate on their core business. “We wish them lots of success and fun at work and hope that they can quickly settle in as part of the large BOFA family”, says Managing Director Jean-Bernard Doublet. www.bofa.de < Sarah Schröter and Daniel Liebig. 31

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