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„YOU DEMAND

WE SUPPLY!“

Nicolette Unkhoff

Trade and commerce

You demand - we supply.

Generally speaking, our candidates in the trade and commerce sector are ‘selling like hot cakes’, because we know the best sales and distribution channels, have the widest range, and represent all brands and qualities. You can count on high-end candidates, whether for fashion, food, retail or wholesale.

The sector

Trade and commerce of convenience or specialty goods is one of the economic pillars of Germany: three million employees, an annual turnover of over 400 billion, and a 16% GDP share. And since trade and commerce is in its essence about the exchange of goods, it is an essential part of the economic cycle. The only aspect that is constantly changing is its appearance-Current and future trends are, for example, multi-channel, sustainability, organic products, and fair trade.Thanks to Wiesmann Personalisten, the future’s a bright business.

Our clients

Whether retail or wholesale, full-range provider or specialist dealer or mono-label store, fashion our food – we know the similarities and the differences, too. We know how to work fast and provide each client with the ‘best-fit’ candidate, either as store supervisor or online marketing manager.

Latest placements in this sector:

  • Business Development Manager

  • Sales Specialist NOOS

  • Purchaser DOB

  • Purchase Controller

  • Quality Developer

Our Branch Partners:

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Jürgen Konrad

Personnel Consultant & Easy rider

„You don´t stop riding when you get old. You get old when you stop riding.”

Nicolette Unkhoff

Head of Consulting & People-connector

„Business is people!”

Kerstin Fiebig

Recruiter & Nordic by nature

Storm is only when the sheep no longer have curls.

Lisa Hüning

Senior Recruiter & Music lover

„Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.”