Meet Daniel Seufert of R3LATION GmbH - our member of the month in April!
Introduction round: Who are you and where are you from?
I’m Daniel, 31 years old. Originally I’m from Würzburg in Franconia (not Bavaria. This distinction is very import to our regional identity ;))
My passion is travelling and playing Basketball.
What made you come to Berlin?
Actually it was two things, that were great to combine. First of all, Berlin is a city with great job opportunities for people like me with a degree in Political Science. And secondly, as my girlfriend is from Berlin too, it was pretty clear that Berlin will be the centre of our life after our studies and our common year of travelling in Australia & New Zealand.
What exactly do you do? What's in the pipeline for the near future?
Since about one year I’m a project manager for R3LATION GmbH. The company was founded in Frankfurt three years ago and I am responsible for our projects in Berlin. We are active in the fields of positioning, door-opening, relationship management and support in distribution & marketing.
With our huge network we are able to connect our clients with potential customers and relevant multipliers. Therefore we are in a constant exchange to a wide range of politicians, corporations, public authorities and scientists.
As I am still the only employee for R3LATION in Berlin, I want to fill the pipeline with new contacts and clients. Then, we could hire more colleagues for Berlin and I would not be alone anymore ;).
Since when do you cowork at Office Club Berlin Prenzlauer Berg?
I have been almost a daily guest at the Office Club since the beginning of February 2019.
What is the benefit of using a coworking space for you?
To me, as the only employee for R3LATION in Berlin, it has a lot of key advantages.
First of all, it provides me with a great office infrastructure, that would be a lot more expensive to afford by myself.
But what I really appreciate about Office Club is the working atmosphere. It is not a typical office. It is more like a café or bar with a very friendly staff and many other working people around me. That climate makes work very comfortable.
Which questions / problems could you help your coworking neighbour with?
If there is a certain person or group of people, I could be the guy who makes it possible for you meeting and talking to them. For staying in touch with us I would recommend our Pages on Facebook and LinkedIn.
Do you have favourite spots in Berlin? Something to recommend / consider especially for people coming here?
When friends come to visit me, I show them the area around Boxhagener Platz in Friedrichshain. There, I really like the great variety of restaurants and bars. For instance, there is Burgeramt or the Indian Restaurant Amber with its 24/7-Cocktail-Happy-Hour. ;)
Among sights I would recommend the Pergamonmuseum. I know, it is very touristy and there is always a long queue. But it’s worth seeing.
Thanks a lot and all the best to you!