Meet the team behind Working in Germany!

Each and every one of us is eager to help you build the future you deserve by getting a job in Germany. But each of us has our own reasons for doing so. Curious? Don't wait and start reading the stories of our team members.



My name is Aradel and I am pleased to introduce myself. I am a Venezuelan lawyer with 15 years of experience in the field, married for 28 years and mother of three children, all of them professionals. I currently reside in Maracay, Aragua, Venezuela.

In all these years, I have noticed that many young graduates are looking for new opportunities abroad to have a better quality of life and greater job opportunities. The economic crisis we are facing in Venezuela is a reality that affects all levels of society and for that reason, I am determined to help my people.

As a Venezuelan lawyer working in the company, Working in Germany, with the aim of supporting my community in their quest for a successful future in Germany.


My name is Frank and I was born and raised in Germany. After finishing university in Germany and Italy, I started working as an employee in various companies for 6 years. However, I always had the desire to be my own boss and make a difference in the world. 15 years ago, I took the leap and became an independent entrepreneur, running different companies in the medical and pharmaceutical industries, as well as in the IT sector. Through my experiences, I realized the importance of having a diverse workforce, especially in Germany, where there is a shortage of workers in various sectors. I have always been passionate about helping others and making a positive impact in my community. This led me to recognize the need for job opportunities for workers from developing countries who have the skills and qualifications to fill these positions.

Over time, I have built up a vast network in different segments of Germany, and I am committed to bridging the gap between job seekers and employers. I believe that everyone deserves a fair chance to find meaningful employment, regardless of their origin or background. I am excited to be part of this mission and am dedicated to working tirelessly to connect job seekers with the right employers. My goal is to help people achieve their dreams and make a difference in their lives.


My name is Thacher and I am 32 years old. Together with my wife and baby, I embraced the digital nomad life in Europe. If you had told me this 10 years ago, I would have laughed at you. Because I was born in Venezuela.

But, because of the economic and political situation of the country I moved to Spain when I was 18 years old. I was determined to create a good life in Spain and worked hard for it. However, I faced many challenges in obtaining the necessary documents to work and live in Spain. Not to mention how difficult it was, and is, to see many people from the same background experience the same thing.

That's why, after finally settling down, it became my personal mission to help others to move more safely to Europe. And that is possible with work from Venezuela to Germany.


My name is Samanta. Living in Germany has been a life-changing experience for me. After growing up in a developing, non-European country like Serbia, I had to work tirelessly just to make ends meet. Even when I managed to find work, I was often undervalued and unappreciated, leaving me with little hope for a better future. But everything changed when I received European papers through a job offer and decided to make the most of it.
I decided to embark on a journey to explore all the opportunities. Besides my job, I traveled from country to country trying to find a place where I could really belong. After years of exploring different cultures and ways of life, I finally arrived in Germany and found a place where I can really belong. The lifestyle here is on a completely different level, with high quality food, education and job opportunities. In addition, I had the opportunity for the first time to be self-employed. I have been accepted and welcomed by the people of Germany, and I am grateful for the opportunities this country has given me. That is why I want to help people from other developing countries to come and live and work in Germany. I believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to build a better life for themselves, and I know firsthand how transformative it can be to have access to a good job and a high quality of life. Because of my own experience, I know how important it is to extend these opportunities to others and, together with my team, we are here to help you achieve a better quality of life and valued work.
My responsibility will be to review the documents and make sure that everything is complete and nothing is missing.

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