What’s your story Angela!
Please introduce yourself and tell us what brought you to INVERTO?
My name is Angela Reithuber, born and brought up in the Austrian Alps until I moved to Vienna at the beginning of my studies. Before starting my career, I had a very clear idea of wanting to work in an international and highly interactive environment. I’ve studied International Business in Vienna, Peru and India, worked in Chile, had a second career in transcultural communication and a diploma degree of the UN in Politics & Diplomacy.
Music and nature have accompanied me all the way – and they still do! While I was a student, I taught the harp in schools, and I’ve spent a lot of time in the mountains and many other natural spots around the world.
It was a coincidence that I came across INVERTO, but the people in the interview phase and the job’s diversity quickly won me over. Throughout my time at INVERTO, I’ve been able to work in different countries around the globe with ever-changing challenges and a great diversity of insights into the corporate world.
What do you do at INVERTO?
I am a Senior Consultant working on international projects with a language focus on Spanish. My clients operate in different industries, from retail to pharma and automotive. Besides classic strategic procurement issues including negotiations, where I enjoy the communicative aspect very much, I have focused on strategic organizational development and process optimization. As a qualified trainer, I am part of the INVERTO Training Center, offering training sessions to colleagues & clients.
Who was your personal childhood hero?
My great aunt (among others) – she was a strong woman, the first woman in our region to become a member of the fire brigade. She did a weekly mountain hike and travelled long distances well into old age.
What was the last gig you went to?
Souad Massi – a great ethno-rock singer songwriter.
Do you have any special rituals at work?
I drink loads of tea – wherever I am and regardless of the temperature outside. I might even take my own mug and tea when I am visiting clients – just in case…