A DEDICATED & PASSIONATE TEAM
We are at your side: with our knowhow, experience and a lot of passion!
The Red Relocators are the successors of HamburgRelocation. HamburgRelocation was estbalished as a single person company in summer 2011. In spring 2014 we have teamed up with Angelika Breyne and shortly thereafter with Kathrin Heinemann. Mid 2014 it became more and more evident that the business model would need a nation-wide approach in order to be sustainably profitable. As a result we have built teams in Germany's major urban centers and searched for a new name. Now we employ between 12 and 19 Relocation Managers dedicated to the high quality and efficiency incorporated by the Red Relocators.
We chose the name The Red Relocators in honor of the city were our company history began: Hamburg. The city logo shines in bright red and Kerstin Luong is true Hamburg Girl at heart. Red also represents dynamic and that’s what we stand for. Fast reactions, efficient operations and always one step ahead. That’s us!
Parallel to the new name we also changed the legal form of the company into a GmbH.
Relocating in a new city or even a new country is a huge challenge for everyone facing it. Concentrating on a new working environment and new professional tasks makes the pressure even more difficult. To feel comfortable in new surroundings, both areas of live, private and professional, have to be aligned fit the individual needs.
Both areas are interdependent. Only who is at ease with his private life, has found a new home and social life and whose family was also able to integrate well into the new surroundings, will be able to successfully deliver on the job. Neglecting these facts most likely ends in a professional reorientation.
Some of our consultants also lived abroad as expatriates with their families and therefore know how important an active and effective support can be in the first weeks in a new city or country. Now once back in their home towns, which they love and are most familiar with, they have the eye for the attractive things that the city has to offer to the new citizens.
We do certainly not list random facts about specific neighborhoods or potential objects. We rather consider it our duty to reflect the needs and prospects of our clients and combine them with the flair and spirit of the suiting part of town.
To lift the weight of the countless organizational details is one thing but to help people to truly arrive in one place and become a part of their new city is what makes us thrive and fills our hearts and is the most rewarding in our daily work.
Kerstin supports The Red Relocators GmbH with her entrepreneurial expertise and financial background. She handles organisational and administrative matters and makes sure The Red Relocators perform up to their promise of highest quality service.
Gerhard is your relocation Manager for Bremen and surroundings. For 8 years he supported the relocation process for Israelian expatriates to Bremen. He has also been teaching managerial personnel from Eastern Europe at the Deutsche Management Akademie since 11 years.
Antje Lienert is a Human Recources expert and is currently a PhD candidate. She has been publishing a lot and is part-time teacher at the Ruhr-University of Bochum and the International University of Bad Honnef. She has been living in London and has an excellent understanding of German working culture.
Steffi is our Relocation Consultant for Hannover and neighbor cities. She has been an expatriate in Ecuador for 3 years and was teaching at the German School Quito. During a three months’ stay in India she was teaching street children.
Uta is our Relocation Consultant for Munich and surroundings. She speaks fluent English, French and Spanish and has lived a couple of years in the United States and France. She has been living in Munich for many years and thus represents a perfect combination of knowledge and experience to guide you to a smooth transition and successful integration of your new employees.
Bettina is Account Manager for Munich and surroundings. She has been born in this so popular town and knows it out of her pocket. As mother of three children she is able to give a lot of input on the Munich schooling system based on own experience.
Ulrike has started her career after a several years long stay in Japan at Toshiba in Düsseldorf. She has now her own company, offering her excellent Japanese and English language skills and her indepth understanding of Japanese as well as German working culture to clients all over Germany. She is our partner for intercultural trainings.
Arianna is our Account Manager for Frankfurt and surroundings. Arianna was growing up in various international cities like Rome, Paris and Brussels, Jakarta and Bukarest, was raised bilingual and studied in the United Kingdom. She is therefore fluent in Italian, English and French. After having studied Business Economics she dealt long years with the marketing of a bespoken German bank and lives with her family in Frankfurt since many years.
Tracey Becker was born in New Zealand and came to Hamburg 11 years before – for love, where she now lives with husband and two children. At the time, she made her hobby travelling a profession and worked as Travel Consultant amongst others for Thomas Cook. We, the Red Relocators, are happy to benefit from her expertise and passion.
Judith is an experienced expatriate. She has been raised in Argentina until she turned 5, studied in Munich, and lived in Dubai, Moscow and Manila before she came to Hamburg. She can very much relate to the concerns of families relocating to Germany and raising children bilingual and we are happy she joined our team. Special thanks to her contributing in our TV magazine broadcasted on Spiegel TV Wissen.
Katrin has been raised in Berlin and has lived in Sweden, Belgium and the United States, where she met her husband. Now she is back in Berlin with her family of four. Her professional focus was and is, with The Red Relocators, too, Key Account Management. Her ability to understand our clients' needs is based on her profound experience in analysing and listening.
Katrin Eibenstein is a dedicated teacher of German as a foreign language with extended teaching experience for nearly 20 years.
She has taught at many language schools, worked with large and small groups of students as well as 1:1 and has been involved in teaching refugees in 2016. Having learned four foreign languages in very different ways, Katrin is highly aware of the needs, wishes and difficulties language students have.
Katrin’s classes are lively and diverse, focusing on a fast progress in communication skills by inter alia, consequently speaking German even with beginners. Moreover, she is determined to take away the common fear of learning German and making the process a joyful experience.
Ulrike has been working in HR since 1995, as Recruiting Manager, Researcher and as Relocator. She lived in London, USA, Switzerland and Dubai and has navigated her three children through diverse school systems, including Hamburg. Integration at work is one of the subjects she values high and we are happy to have her in our team!
Enjoo has been raised in Germany and Korea. She is thus very emphatetic and breathes multi-culturally. She has been working as a Relocation Consultant in Frankfurt area for several years and thus is also very familiar with Wiesbaden and Darmstadt. She is moreover a qualified and experienced culture coach and is currently working on her dissertation on intercultural business communication.
Veronika has been born in Russia but moved to Germany at the age of 12. She has been living in Berlin for a long, long time and knows the city out of her pocket. Her heart beats for integration matters and she engaged for over a year as social worker helping refugees to settle in Berlin. She is a skilled movie maker for documentaries and is also a certified translator for Russian-German translation. She is also fluent in German and English.
Esther Mayumi is half-Japanese half-German and has lived in Munich, Tokyo, Washington D.C. and Hamburg, all for many years. She speaks German, English and Japanese accordingly. She has started as a journalist and is now working as Relocation Consultant following her dedication to support international travelers with their relocation to Hamburg. She is also an English and German teacher, an interpreter for German-Japanese and English-Japanese.
Beate is an experienced Relocation Consultant and has worked in that field since nearly 25 years. She knows the whole Rhein-Main area basically out of her pocket and is knowledgable in all aspects of a relocation, be it house search, administration support or childcare search. Apart from German, she speaks English and French.
Anja has lived many countries over the last two decades, for example Belgium, the United States, Czech Republic and Switzerland. She has always lived in international neighborhoods and is well experienced with different cultures. Being a German High School teacher herself and having children in both school systems, she has a profound knowledge of both, the German school system and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.