Fabienne Flühmann

Office Managerin

«Fortune favours the brave»

In my opinion, this is a beautiful proverb, which has been with me ever since my childhood. Proverbs and quotations merely remain words, unless we take them to heart and embrace the meaning of them. True to the proverb: « fortune favours the brave », I like being brave and am open to new challenges. For this reason, my professional career has been characterised by numerous experiences and different vocational trainings.

Back in 2002, I started my career working for a creative service provider, my first job being a hair stylist. Ever since, I have consistently furthered my education, during which time I experienced many enriching as well as interesting encounters with people from all walks of life. Through my many years of experience and thanks to my expertise, I was given the opportunity to train apprentices and of assuming the role of deputy manager of two companies. Having obtained my VSH certificate as a commercial employee, I chose a new professional path, mustered all my courage and took a step in a different direction. From 2011 to 2019, while working for an IT company, I was responsible for assisting several stakeholders with their enquiries related to technical and database-specific issues. The acquired skills permitted me to train new employees, collaborate on various process documentations and participate at various trade fairs.

In 2014, I passed the MarKom certificate exam, this vocational training enabled me to gain a basic knowledge of marketing and communication, besides, it helped me broaden my horizon.

In my spare time I spend a lot of time with animals, my favourite being horses. Horses are straightforward and honest, it is something that never fails to fascinate me. In order to learn more about their background and behaviour, I trained as an Equine Coach with a well-known « horse whisperer » from 2015 to 2017. The things I have learnt not only helps me when dealing with horses, but also when interacting with people.

People facing a professional re-orientation need courage – courage to quit one’s accustomed shores and take a first step in a new direction. I am looking forward to supporting courageous people at Grass & Partner Ltd.