Don´t say a word…

What motivates and moves trainees at HARTMANN? We talked with two of them without saying a word

Don´t say a word…
(PresseBox) ( Heidenheim, )
Starting a career as a trainee is a good idea. Sina Lockowandt and Fynn Hansen, trainees in the Personal Healthcare division (PHC), had the same thought when they applied. Today they are two of the more than 10,000 employees at HARTMANN worldwide.

We asked them what they do every day, what they are responsible for; and how they explain their jobs to their family; but please do not expect the typical answers. You know what they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words.”


Name: Sina Lockowandt

Age: 25

Job title: International Graduate Marketing Personal Healthcare (PHC)

Product range focus:Veroval® Self-Tests

Summarize your traineeship at PHC: “It’s all about experiencing the full marketing world of self-tests, collecting ideas for new concepts and bringing the products to the customers. Taking over responsibility for my own projects and working in a team of enthusiastic marketeers turn the traineeship into an exciting station of my career path at HARTMANN.”

Name: Fynn Hansen

Age: 28

Job title: International Graduate Marketing Personal Healthcare

Product range focus: Veroval® Diagnostic

Summarize your traineeship at PHC: “The international graduate program at PHC offers the opportunity to accompany product assortment launches from conceptual to after launch phases. Within these launches I gain a lot of experiences in international marketing and I’m responsible for brand management, product management and online marketing tasks.”
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