A triple at trbo – Stefan Ockenfels, Rimi Babah and Patrick Kaufmann start at trbo

Stefan, Rimi and Patrickat trbo

After the start of Mona Philippi and Steve Hilbert we are very happy to welcome three new trbos in October. From now on Stefan Ockenfels, Rimi Babah and Patrick Kaufmann support us in Sales and Client Success Management


Rimi Babah starts as Sales & Business Development Manager

Originally, Rimi comes from the world of office communication and completed his training as a businessman before studying sociology and political science in Kassel. After that, he worked in the mobility and automotive sector. 


“I worked in various positions there. From operations to events to fraud management, it was all there,” Rimi says of his previous jobs. 

Most recently, he worked at Leads.io as a business development manager and can now bring the knowledge he gained there to trbo and enrich it. 


In his spare time, Rimi is a real foodie. He enjoys cooking and feasting afterwards. Of course, the right drink must accompany the meal, preferably a good spirit. Rimi also played basketball for a long time and still enjoys watching NBA and Alba Berlin games. 


Stefan Ockenfels starts as Client Success Manager

After his training as a wholesale and export merchant, Stefan spent his entire career at Bosch Thermotechnik GmbH. Initially, he spent one year in the sales department, followed by about two years as a quotation clerk and then four years as a project coordinator for purchasing. Six years ago, Stefan moved from Kiel to Munich and has now decided on a change of scenery. While looking for a new employer, Stefan came across trbo and applied . Here he can now gain new experience and expand his existing skills in Client Success. 


Stefan is a real music nerd. He loves concerts and spends a lot of time at festivals. After a musically exciting, but culinary rather unspectacular festival, Stefan enjoys going to a restaurant. He likes to try new things and loves to put unknown restaurants through their paces. However, Stefan is also always up for a quick after-work beer by the Isar or in a bar. 


Patrick Kaufmann starts as Senior Client Success Manager

After his apprenticeship as an office administrator at Norgren Automotive GmbH, Patrick started his studies in civil engineering in Kassel in 2010. During this time, he started DJing music and worked full-time as a DJ for six years. This was followed by a few years as an account manager, campaign manager and performance marketing manager before he took a sabbatical in 2019. During that time, he traveled to the U.S., Jamaica, Panama, Costa Rica, China, England, France and Spain. After his time abroad, Patrick started as an Online Marketing Manager at one of our clients. 


“After 1 ½ years I was so enthusiastic about the tool and the corporate philosophy of trbo that I decided to switch sides.”

Now Patrick actively supports us in Client Success Management. 


Patrick loves to run and pursues his goal of completing an Ironman every day. He trains hard and runs up to 40 kilometers per week. This summer he ran his second half marathon and wants to add a full marathon next year. Besides running, Patrick is also a big soccer fan (Eintracht Frankfurt) and was even in Sevilla for the Euro League final and in the quarterfinals at Camp Nou in Barcelona. He also still likes to DJ from time to time.


“Because of age, admittedly, no longer all night.”

With the four to eight cups of coffee Patrick drinks every day, however, he’s still set for a few hours. Another of Patrick’s many passions is tattoos. They reflect his past history and are a record of his career.


We are happy to have Rimi, Stefan and Patrick on board and welcome them to trbo


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