Pokeshot adds 4 new team members

March 24, 2016

Photo 4 new team members at Pokeshot


Pokeshot is very pleased to announce the addition of four new employees: Christopher, Charlene, Linda, and Morteza. Each brings with them new energy and talents that will help us better meet the high demand for our services and products in the rapidly growing social business market.

Christopher, who holds a master’s in marketing communications, has worked as Pokeshot’s marketing manager since December 2015. In this role, he is responsible for the company’s brand strategy, campaign development and marketing communications. Outside of work, Christopher likes to play soccer and travel abroad. He finds working in social business an exciting challenge, because the market is always changing and holds enormous potential.

Charléne is Pokeshot’s new office assistant. Since December 2015 she has been charge of all office management tasks. After ten years of experience as a management assistant in the hotel and hospitality sector, Charléne was in the mood for something different and decided to change industries. She enjoys her new colleagues and new working environment, especially the relaxed atmosphere in the world of social business. When she’s not at the office, Charléne enjoys traveling and spends as much time as possible with her two young sons.

Linda joined Pokeshot in March 2016 as a junior consultant for social collaboration and learning management. Her primary responsibility will be to advise and assist clients with our award-winning social learning solution Pokeshot. She holds a master’s in business administration, with a specialization in management, marketing and business informatics. In addition to her studies, Linda previously worked three years for a software development company. After travelling through Southeast Asia for several months she’s now full of energy and is ready to tackle the challenges awaiting her in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. One reason Linda started working for Pokeshot was her interest in new collaborative working practices and how these bring about social and behavioral changes in businesses.

Morteza studied software engineering in Iran before joining Pokeshot as a .NET software developer in March 2016. Together with Sadjad (who’s worked for Pokeshot since September 2015) he will be responsible for the technical development of our social learning solution Pokeshot SmarterPath. He finds software development at his new workplace both exciting and challenging, and looks forward to helping making an award-winning software program even better. In his free time, he likes to spend time with family and friends and also enjoys reading and traveling.


Photo Christopher Böckelmann Photo Charléne Mieller Photo Linda Werner Photo Morteza


As a result of the expanding social business market, we plan to further enlarge our staff in 2016. Interested applicants will find current information on employment opportunities on our website and on our careers page. It’s definitely worth taking a look!