Sigi (please don’t call her Sigrid!) is a dyed-in-the-wool Bavarian, equipped with that special charm generally only found to the south of the “Weisswurst equator” (and for those of you who don’t know what this is: Weisswurst is a traditional Bavarian sausage made with veal and pork that is traditionally eaten with sweet mustard and only in the morning. The “Weisswurst equator” is thus an imaginary yet deeply felt border that divides southeastern Germany, where Bavarian traditions like this are practiced, from the northern German states that are – poor things! – deprived of them).
It is precisely this Bavarian charm that Sigi brings to the coordination of internal and external communication at Leinhäuser. She also directs our social media activities.
Sigi is a natural when it comes to communications and organization.
Actually – and this is one of Sigi’s best-kept secrets – she’s a translator. But it was clear to her early on that translation is not her true calling, so after finishing her degree at a language institute, she went to work in event management. And now she’s here. Just picture her with a phone at each ear, coordinating the next meeting effortlessly between two sips of coffee, keeping an eye on our social networks, and finding a sympathetic ear for new customers. And always with a smile. That’s Sigi.