Susanne Buchholz

Susanne Buchholz - Accountants department and administration

© Kerstin Sauer
© Kerstin Sauer

Numbers on one side, foreign languages on the other: Versatility runs like a golden thread through Susanne Buchholz‘ working life. After various positions in departments such as administration, controlling, and project management in her home country as well as abroad, the business economist currently strenghtens the team of EuroNatur Service GmbH, since July 2016.

She is responsible for accounting of the company, as well as purchasing, keeping the online shops up to date and also overlooks the hospitality of guests on internal events. She also supports the hotline, the shipping and the IT department. She has commited herself to the redevelopment of the online shop. The result puts in an appearance: After its relaunch the online shop of the EuroNatur Service GmbH presents itself in a fresh design and invites visitors even more to rummage.

In the early 1990s, Susanne Buchholz lived in Ireland for about two years, a very distinctive time of her life. She herself says „The interaction of the landscape, light and colours in Ireland are spectacular. Even though the country is much more developed and touristy than before, I am still fascinated by the remote and almost untouched and quiet places, mostly known only to locals. It is dear to my heart to preserve such places and find a way, humans can live in harmony with nature. EuroNatur is treading such paths.“

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