Sahgül Ercin has joined our team in August. In her position as Office Manager, she ensures that our processes run smoothly, and our clients always feel well taken care of at our main office in the “Alte Fassfabrik” in Hamburg. Welcome to redRobin, Sahgül!

To get to know our new colleague, we asked her three questions:

Sahgül, how did you come to join redRobin?

I worked for an internationally active hearing aid company, first in office management and then, after I came back from my parental leave, in marketing. After seven years, I simply needed a new challenge. That's when I came across the job posting from redRobin. The tasks immediately appealed to me: Here, I have a lot of freedom and can organize and shape my workflow independently – that's what excites me. Additionally, there's the opportunity for further education, which I consider important. After the first meeting, I knew that redRobin was a good fit for me. And now I'm highly motivated and believe that I can achieve a lot here.

What attracts you to working in Office Management at a PR agency?

In an agency, flexibility is often crucial. It's about finding new and creative solutions – not only for clients' communication projects but also for the office management behind the scenes. I'm looking forward to contributing my ideas and expertise here at redRobin and to supporting our growth. What also attracts me about the agency life are the flat hierarchies and the familial atmosphere. I'm excited about the upcoming projects and already have some ideas on how we can further improve our processes.

What do you do outside the office in your free time?

I have two little sons – the youngest is two and the older one is five. And of course, they are my priority. We go on many outings together, like visiting wildlife and amusement parks, and going to the cinema or museums. When I have some time for myself in the evenings, I like to read books, for example about childcare and I also find biographies very interesting. I'm also a passionate amateur baker: for special occasions, I take out my chocolate molds and create delicious chocolates for my family and friends. That works best with music, but I don't have a favourite genre. Anything goes, from Afrobeat and House to Classical or even Chanson, like from Max Raabe (laughs).