Antonia Schmidt

Office Manager

Antonia completed her training as a qualified hotel manager at the Bad Gleichenberg Tourism School with a diploma in tourism marketing and was then able to prove her qualifications in several hotels in Munich.

Since the beginning of 2021, she has been supporting the office in Munich as Office Manager and can show off her organisational talent here.

I’m exciting about being able to work closely with my colleagues, being a helping hand and having the opportunity to further my education.

  • With btov since: January 2021

  • Expertise in / interest in the following areas: Expertise: Organisation / Helping Hand, Interest: Medicine & technology, Motorcycle & car technology

  • Favourite quote: “Good success is nothing small, but it starts with small things” – Socrates

  • Your “favourite futuristic technology”: A memory card with which you can save experiences and look at them again at any time in order to help Alzheimer’s patients. Or to be able to measure through an EEG / ECG in the form of headphones / earplugs via the auditory canal whether music can highlight certain memories.

Q -Which values are important to you and drive you?
AS -Respect, honesty, cohesion, trust, harmony and cordiality.
Q -Which SciFi "technology" are you missing in the real world?
AS -Laser swords and druids (I'm a Star Wars fan 😊).
Q -What technological progress do you hope for the most?
AS -A few things in the medical field to be able to better control, cure or diagnose diseases earlier.
Q -Which trend will most influence an industry of your choice?
AS -Autonomous driving in the automotive industry.
Q -What excites you most about your profession?
AS -Being able to work closely with my colleagues, being a helping hand and having the opportunity to further my education.
Q -What professional or personal achievement are you most proud of and why?
AS -Being able to be of help and support to my partners and my team.
Q -What do you do in your spare time? Do you have a passion that you pursue outside of work?
AS -I love motorsports, basketball, American football, rugby, music/singing, climbing & going to the gym.
Q -What did you want to be when you were little?
AS -A doctor & prima ballerina.
Q -What makes up your character, what is typical for you?
AS -I'm almost always in a good mood, it's hard for me to say no, I always have an open ear for everyone and I'm very honest and open.
Q -What are indispensable tools in your everyday life?
AS -Music.
Q -What are your top 3 favourite podcasts/books?
AS -"Plötzlich Shakespeare" by David Safier, "Night Shift" and "The Green Mile" by Stephen King and "Le grand roman des maths" by Mickaël Launay.
Q -What are you currently training in, what new things are you learning?
AS -I am preparing for my motorbike licence & my studies as a dubbing artist and would like to do a basic course to be able to tinker with my motorbike myself.

Don't doubt yourself, but believe in what you can do.

Q -Which founders do you find most inspiring?
AS -Every single one of them.
Q -Which investor do you appreciate the most?
AS -Dr. Johannes Tobias Lorenz, because I have had the privilege of working with him for almost eight years.
Q -Which person impresses you the most?
AS -Emmeline Pankhurst & Marie Curie.
Q -What are the most important things you have learned from founders so far?
AS -Don't doubt yourself, but believe in what you can do.
Q -Do you have a person who has particularly influenced you in your life, or one who has had a significant impact on you?
AS -My first head concierge. He made me realise that I could achieve more than I thought. And he was right. 😊
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