Victory or defeat: ping decides

Blog-web--532851145Sold out! It is weeks since the organizers of gamescom in Cologne announced that there are no more standard tickets available. Last year, the world’s biggest games fair welcomed 350,000 visitors through its doors. Just for comparison: 200,000 came to CeBIT, 245,000 to the IFA. The community is huge: 18 million people in Germany alone play games on their cell phones and browsers. And according to a recent Bitkom survey (German) almost one quarter of the population can see e-sports being made into an Olympic discipline.  Read on

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Benjamin’s Blind Applying adventure

Starting my Blind Applying internship at Deutsche Telekom headquarters in Bonn was quite overwhelming: The offices of Europe’s largest telecommunication operator are spread all over the city and it is shockingly easy to get lost in each of them. It is no wonder that Deutsche Telekom is omnipresent in the former German capital, as more than 11.000 employees are based in Bonn (110.000 in Germany and over 220.000 world-wide). The team Group Business Development & Partnering, which I am supporting from July until September in Bonn, and from October until December in San Francisco, is based at one of the largest Telekom offices in Bonn located at Landgrabenweg

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#TelekomPeople Croatia: one week with Josip

find out more: instagram.com/telekom_jobsMy name is Josip Dorner and I work in Croatian Telekom as an e-Care Social networks expert.

My daily work consists of coordinating Social Networks post for official Croatian Telekom profiles. That is Facebook, Twitter, G+, YouTube and Instagram.

I also run a group of 20 agents whose main task is to provide customer support through online contact channels – Email, Social Networks and Chat. I give them evaluations of their work and taking care of the shifts schedule. With my colleagues I also do revising processes of our department, analyzing datas and improve and optimize e-care customer support procedures.

I’m working in Telekom since December 2007. The best things that happened during my work here is when customers problems get solved.  Nothing is more satisfying. 🙂

During my free time I like playing sports, any kind, and do a little bit of electronic music. I have two pets, a dog name Kali and a cat name Lu.

What to say about my country/city? Croatia is very beautiful, it has remarkable natural beauties, lot of wild and unexplored nature to see. Croatians are very joyful people, like to hangout, drink a few beers and are very proud of themselves. We like to say that we are a small country with great achievements. 🙂

Our #TelekomPeople are waiting for you on Instagram:  www.instagram.com/telekom_jobs. Follow them through their day-to-day work at Deutsche Telekom and its subsidiaries. Every week another colleague is showing you what makes working for magenta T so special. Enjoy the insights in different countries, cultures and jobs – let’s go on a journey around the world with our #TelekomPeople.

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#TelekomPeople Croatia: one week with Tomislav

Hi there, my name is Tomislav Iveta and I am 27 years old. I work at Hrvatski Telekom (HT) since four years. Having started at HT in September 2012, I spend my first 10 months as a sales representative at our T-shops and afterwards got promoted to shift leader. During that time we introduced a program called “STORM” to boost our sales in Croatia. I got the chance to become one of the 6 navigators to execute this project. Today I am an efficiency project coordinator for Zagreb. What this means? I am coordinating the work of 90 colleagues in our 10 T-shops in Zagreb. And actually one of them is my brother, check out the photos below to find his son in front of our biggest T-shop in the city center of Zagreb. The little guy on the scooter with the helmet 🙂

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With its smart street Dubrovnik is making its first steps towards a smart city. But will people embrace this technology in an ancient city full of history at one of Croatia’s main holiday destinations on the beautiful Adriatic coast? Or will it clash with the beauty of this place?

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