Name: Jan-Eike RosenthaDesignation: Associate, MarketingTeam and location: Marketing, VashiDate of joining: April 11, 2011Birthday: December 11Interests: Football, jogging, movies, reading, surfing, traveling.Family: I live in a typical patchwork family, which is quite normal in Germany. Because my mother brought me up on her own and never married my father. But I have a quite good relationship to him. After a few years my mother married my step father, who had already 2 daughters. The oldest is 2 years older than me and is already married. The other one is 3 years younger than me and works as a geriatric nurse. But I don't call them my step-sisters, because we have a really good relationship.When I was 14 my youngest sister was born. Right now she's 15. My mother and my step father work for the same employer, a big assurance company. My father studied business economics and works now for a consultant company in Hamburg.
About me: I grew up in a small village called Salem. When I was 15 we moved to Mölln, a town which is 60km away from Hamburg. After my A-Level and military service at the mechanized infantry, I started my business economics studies at the University of Rostock. After some time, a lot of exams, a few internships and my diploma thesis (Customer Confusion – An analysis in the light of coping strategies) I finished my studies with a diploma (equivalent to the master degree). After spending 6 months for a suitable internship abroad, I stumble over the job description of Cactus. After some emails, interviews, etc. I got the job and that’s how I came to sit here and complete this form about myself. In my free time I play a lot of football. Either I play with my friends or more serious in a team. So, if you’re interested in some competition don’t hesitate to ask. Apart to that I love to travel around the world. My last holiday was spent on Crete, a small Greek island in the Mediterranean Sea.
PS.: Das Foto gehört auf jeden Fall in die Kategorie "Nicht schön, aber selten." Ich hatte aber einen meiner "Really-Pissed-Off-Tage", da bekanntermaßen mein Gepäck nicht mit mir in Indien landete.