Five Questions for… Olga

Who are the people behind trbo? In our blog series our employees introduce themselves – and answer five questions about themselves and their work. Today with Olga Daudrich, Senior Sales Manager.

1. How did you hear about trbo and when did you start working?

trbo has a good reputation and I saw the job opening – in Munich, and promptly applied. However, moving to Munich was not an option; I wanted to stay in Berlin. But in the end it was a good fit between trbo and me, and I was allowed to work from Berlin. From the trbo capital (home) office, so to speak. Soon I will have worked at trbo for a year.

2. What is your job at trbo?

I’m on the front lines of acquiring new customers so that even more companies can benefit from our technology.

 3. Either/or. (Delete where not applicable)

Gummy bears – Chocolate

Coffee – Tea

Stairs – Elevator

Dog – Cat BOTH!

Winter – Summer 

Sneakers – High Heels BOTH!

Cooking for myself – Eating out


4. Is there anything you wouldn’t do for all the money in the world?

In general, money is not necessarily the incentive for me to do really weird things. I claim that I quite voluntarily and gladly perform activities that other people would not do for any amount of money in the world 😉  However, eating something indefinable is not an option for me. Especially if it’s an animal – Nope, not a chance!

5. What did you want to be when you grew up?

As a child, I wanted to join the criminal police.  

In fact, I had even applied and passed the first tests until the rejection letter came in the mail. I was too small. The minimum size always varies depending on the need for police officers, and I guess I was unlucky. Well, now I pursue my true vocation by reading crime novels, and during the day I work as a hunter. Thus, I did everything right.


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