90 trainees celebrated this significant milestone in their professional careers together with friends and family at the Rosenhof in Osnabrück. The event was a successful cooperation between BBS Pottgraben and the Bohnenkamp AG. The entire organization and the development of the event design were taken over by the trainees from the marketing department of the Bohnenkamp AG. While Vivien Dauwe, a trainee in the marketing department, organized the event with great care and dedication, Hannah Wörmann, a trainee in the company's graphics department, provided the graphic framework for the event. Former trainee and current employee Amelie Kotzan and trainee Christopher Unland from Bohnenkamp AG guided the guests through the evening.
The graduation ceremony was attended by the graduates and their escorts as well as numerous guests of honour. On stage, the moderator welcomed Henz Fortmann, Director of Studies at BBS Pottgraben, Swen Schlüter, Team Leader of training examinations at IHK Osnabrück, Dennis Dierker, honorary examiner at the IHK, Niels Lohmann, Managing Director of the Großhandelsverband im Wirtschaftsbereich Osnabrück-Emsland e.V. (GIWO) and Andree Schlick from the Osnabrücker Förderverein für den Groß- und Außenhandel (OFGA e.V.). Human Resources Manager Laura Hopp and Marketing Manager Henrik Schmudde represented Bohnenkamp AG at the event. Both wished the graduates good luck for their further career and also thanked the two trainees from Bohnenkamp Marketing for the successful event organization.
As an internationally positioned wholesale company, Bohnenkamp AG also trains young people every year at its Osnabrück location to become wholesale and foreign trade clerks. "Training at Bohnenkamp offers graduates a wide range of career opportunities in a dynamic area of the economy," emphasizes Human Resources Manager Laura Hopp. After a successful takeover, the fully trained young professionals can work in the sales and purchasing department or in logistics management. Further training or study opens up additional prospects for them. "The training in wholesale and foreign trade thus forms a solid basis for a successful career in the trade industry," agrees Henrik Schmudde, and adds: "As we were able to see today from the successful event, we are also very lucky when it comes to training our prospective marketing specialists."