Alexandra Jordao’s trivago journey has seen her transform from a Designer to an Editor. Her passions have propelled her around Europe, making a few stops at trivago working in different departments. We caught up with her to find out what made her return (hint: it wasn’t the weather!)
Posts in Humans
Humans make up 100% of the work-force at trivago (at least for the next few years…). Get to know some of our favourite mammals here.
Lance Badenhorst has been working as a freelancer for trivago over the last two years. Starting out as a writer creating hotel highlights (or “snippets”), he then went on to write hotel descriptions and review highlights, and now he’s currently one of the team’s external editors. Transcribed and edited by Bartolomé Serrano Visiting from South […]
Alexander Kislev is a Software Engineer at trivago, who recently initiated a workshop to drive internal knowledge sharing while developing his own communication skills.
Zoltan Petres is the Product Lead for User Profiling. A relatively new team at trivago, their mission is to deliver a relevant and descriptive profile of users, which can be used by anyone in trivago to drive relevance and personalization for our users.
A key part of our Content Marketing department’s mission is to ‘provide inspiring stories and invaluable information that empowers users to get more out of each hotel experience’ on our shiny digital magazine. It is one of the newer departments, and Ben Moller-Butcher has been the lead for coming up to 2 years. Life at trivago caught up with Ben to chat about […]
Christina Gkofa is currently leading the retention area within the Product department at trivago. She shared with us an insider’s perspective of her experience so far. Life at trivago: Hi Christina, thanks for catching up with us, the floor is yours! Christina Gkofa: Thanks a lot! I’m really excited to share my story with you […]
Ricardo from Kronsteg.de met Elsbeth from our Organizational Solutions team, to discuss the internal tools that keep trivago ticking.
Ammar Witwit is a Data Engineer at trivago. He reached out to me, asking if he could share his most recent, eye-opening experience yet on the company blog.
Sian Williams has had quite a journey, not just from a small English village to Düsseldorf, but also within trivago, a journey fast approaching nearly a decade.
Last year, our Motion-Design expert Chieh made the brave decision to begin a journey towards a huge life change. Searching for your true identity, even in today’s more liberated society, is still far from an easy thing to do.