We are GETT- An Interview with Nicole Gläser

Nicole Gläser- Online Marketing Manager

We are GETT- An Interview with Nicole Gläser
We are GETT- An Interview with Nicole Gläser

“This is where people get things done.”

 It is time for another episode of our #WEAREGETT series. Today, we are introducing a colleague who only became part of the GETT team a short while ago. Ms. Gläser describes what the corporation is like through the eyes of a new employee and she reveals who or what particularly interests her in her private life.

 GETT: Ms. Gläser, can you briefly introduce yourself to our readers?

My name is Nicole Gläser, I’m 33 years old and have only been working as the online marketing manager in the corporate communications department at GETT since 1 December 2018, so I’m pretty new. 

GETT: Why did you apply to join us last year?

Nicole Gläser: I was looking for a new challenge and came across a vacancy at GETT Gerätetechnik while conducting some research on the Internet. Jobs in online marketing are particularly rare in the Central Saxony/South Saxony region. I was also interested in the possibility of being able to do some of my work from home. I don’t live in the Vogtland region and the home office option saves me driving to work every day and gives me the peace and quiet that I need to tackle creative and demanding tasks.   

G: You’ve only been with us for three months and still view the corporation through the eyes of a new employee – what stands out in your view?

N: This is where people get things done.

G: What exactly do you mean?

N: Deeds are more important than words. The company isn’t dazzled by appearances, but instead relies on people who set about getting things moving! You can either develop visionary strategies and philosophize about innovations…or “get things done.” Actions and not empty words encourage new developments.   

G: What did you do before you joined us?

N: My journey to GETT was long and involved one or two detours. I originally trained as a retail salesperson. I trained and worked for jewelers, spending a great deal of this time in Dresden. I gained great insight into the skilled work performed by watchmakers and goldsmiths there. I still do minor repairs or clean jewelry for friends. It’s the complete opposite of working for hours in front of a PC. I can then really switch off and relax.  

I later completed my qualifications for university entrance and studied “Management of Public Duties” in the field of energy management, specializing in marketing. I then worked for a large energy supply corporation in the online management department. 

G: Can you reveal something about your private life too?

N: Of course. I enjoy doing sports and like setting challenges for myself. I discovered that CrossFit was the ideal sport for me in 2014. And if I’m not doing sports, you’ll often find me taking my dog for a walk outdoors in the natural surroundings.   

By the way, my personal goal for 2019 is to gain my boating license for inland waterways and coastal waters. Three generations of my family were in the navy and so a “love of water” is in my genes, so to speak.  

G: Thank you very much for the interesting and varied interview, Ms. Gläser!


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