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  Online Marketing Manager – IHK
  Instructor license – IHK
  Editor training – TYPO3
  InDesign Workshop "Formats" – MOLIRI
  Workshop Video production – LANDWEHR akademie

Andrea Leimbach

Authorized officer, Head of Graphics & Design

contact: al@gerbercom.de

At gerberCom. since 2009

Here are a few more facts about me:

What's the best book you've read?
Night Train to Lisbon

What is more important to you, to be honest or to be nice?
You can be both. Being honest doesn't mean getting rude. It always depends how you say it.

What do you think is the key to being happy?
To be aware of your happiness (if you have it) again and again and to go through life positively.

Can you describe the best concert or festival that you have experienced?
All the concerts of Ludovico Einaudi. You just forget everything around you.

What do you like about other people?
When I can rely on them and on what they say.

What was your best vacation experience?
Driving down the west coast in California with all the impressions you get there.

What is one thing that you have tried and never want to do again?
Eat Coriander.

Which other language would you like to speak and why this one?
Preferably Portuguese. Because I really like the language and the country.

If you could give a young child some advice for the rest of their life. Which would that be?
Always try not to have any prejudices that you heard from others and to give everyone and everything a chance. And of course "Have fun!"

Do you prefer to spend your money on material things or on experiences?
95% experiences (this also includes food).

Where have you been furthest from home?
On Bali.

What is your favorite sport?
Les Mills courses. Everything is there, from endurance to strength.

Which day of the week do you like most?
Everyday! There is nothing more unattractive than waiting for the weekend all day long.

Which country is at the top of your travel list?

What do you like most about the city you live in?
That you always have that holiday feeling when you go outside. Only in Bad Salzuflen ;)

Andrea in pictures