Larissa Bröker and Markus Oskamp are now Shopmacher
LARISSA BRÖKER COMES ON BOARD AS AGILE PROJECT MANAGER
Larissa Bröker (28) has been part of the Shopmacher team since April 2020. Larissa came from the catering specialist apetito AG, where she worked as a product owner.
AS INSIDE SALES MANAGER, MARKUS OSKAMP ENSURES A FRESH WIND IN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Markus Oskamp (39) has held the position of Inside Sales Manager at Shopmacher since May 2020. The trained media designer for digital and print media, who also earned a bachelor’s degree in art and technology, is moving from the B2B pneumatics specialist Timmer GmbH, where he was responsible for marketing for several years, to the Shopmacher headquarters in Gescher, Westphalia.
CONTINUE TO SHOW THE GROWTH COURSE OF SHOPMACHER PERSONNEL
“Our continuous substantial and organic growth requires that we strengthen the Shopmacher team at the same time, both quantitatively and qualitatively, if we want to maintain our high quality standards. And of course we want that,” says CEO André Roitzsch. “With Larissa and Markus, we have brought two real reinforcements on board who will help us to keep our promise of quality, even when the tasks have grown.”
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