leaving

Dear All,

Feeling a little bit like a „monument”, after almost 9 years in eB, it’s time for me to change. I shall be leaving eB on the 29th of April I am going to take a little time off to find my next role. Looking forward to the future, I cannot and do not want to forget the past, I arrived as a novice and I believe that today I am a professional – primarily as a result of the personal attention, tutoring and opportunities that I have received from eB, my life-changing superiors and peers.

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“I’m so sorry to hear you are leaving… You are my only point of contact with the hotel/travel industry. I want to say thank you for all the support you have offered me over the years.  It’s been great working with you. Wishing you all the very best in whatever it is you will do next.  No matter what it is you’ll do just great. Thank you and all the very best.”

PC Dublin

“I must say it is not nice to see people leaving which are almost an inventory of eB .. but I can really understand your ambitions to see something else in your live! I really hope we will have a chance to see us again.. no matter when it is, but once in our live. Would love to see some post cards from your overall trips or just send us some fotos. Have the best time in your life  – All the Best!”

PG Berlin

“I did not know that you were leaving… it is a sad day for us. I wish you all the best and hope to see you again. Do you plan to stay in Switzerland at this time? Thanks for showing me the ropes with T&E all those years ago in AP, fond memories filing all of those reports and recipes J I hope you have a good last day here. Stay in touch.”

JL Bern

“Unfortunately, I could not attend your farewell. I nonetheless wish you all the best, it was a pleasure working with you. Enjoy your time off and take a good decision! Cheers”

IZ Bern

“WoW. I am speechless.”

JB Bern

“Awww! Bye dear, P!! If you’re on FB, you should add me, we can keep in touch. Sounds like a brave decision to leave and I’m sure it will work in your favor! Taking the time to figure out next steps is so helpful to clear the mind and not everyone takes it…sounds like you are heads ahead of the game on this 😉 Hope to see you in the summer for a beach drink!!”

EE Bern

“Bye bye P,  Very sorry to see you go and I wish you all the best for the next journey.    Still cant spell your last name 😉  thank god for the email directory! Warmly”

DB Bern

“I just wanted to let you know how very much I enjoyed working with you over these last 2 years. Thank you for your knowledge, insight and support of the travel program.  As well as your humor and sharing of your brilliant personality!  I loved hearing about all your travel holidays!  The travel industry is very small, and so I’m hopeful that our paths will cross again and we will have the opportunity to work together again! Please do stay in touch, and let us know where you land.  And please know, should you come to the West Coast, I live at the beach and I like visitors!  Do let me know when you’re in town, and we can get together. All my best”

KB San Francisco

“Great e-mail! I wish you the best in Polynesia and all other places you will visit, and for your next professional journey!”

SM Bern

“Thanks for all of your help.  Best wishes to you in your new endeavours!  Stay in touch!”

JA Philadelphia

“Good luck and good wishes in your new stage, work and personal. It’s been a pleasure working with you over the years, always willing to help and collaborate with me, much appreciated. Best regards”

CG Madrid

“What a shame, you have managed to escape at last! Well good luck sir, it has been an absolute pleasure. Many thanks”

CB Glasgow

“What a message, it’s really sad to hear after all this years! Thanks for all the good collaboration and your support. For the future I wish you a lot of luck, a new exciting job and maybe we will meet again at another stage, who know’s?!? Best greetings from Berlin”

CF Berlin

“I will always remember how valuable and involved you were during the Iceland volcanic ash fall! (good fella) Any way…it’s been my pleasure to work with you and wish you safe travels!  KM and I will have lunch today and catch up a bit. Ps. Btw, I will be traveling in Bangkok & Phuket in Jan 2-9 2017“

CB San Jose

“We have only worked with each other for a short time….however in this short time it has been an absolute privilege and pleasure working with such a knowledgeable professional.  I sincerely wish you all the best in your personal and professional endeavours. Until we meet again. Kindest regards”

AMW San Jose

“Cześć. I enjoyed getting to know you and the time we were working together. I am very sad about the stupid mistake I did. I paid a high price – I lost a friend. I  wish you all the best for your future.”

SD Berlin

“When I read your email I was crying with one eye and if I think about that you will not be here in a few months anymore I need to cry again. eB without you seems to be unbelievable for me at the moment. Ps for me is eB and eB is you. You are right eB never been the easiest client but as well never the most difficult one but the EMEA TM was always great and a pleasure to work with. I am dealing with a lot of TMs and a lot of them are not that great as you are and we would be lucky only dealing with TMs your size. I pray and wish for you that you find a new job in the travel industry and hopefully as TM and it would be  great pleasure working together with you in the future in any other company across the global as you are great and this must be said very open. eB lost already a lot of knowledge about their program when they laid off KM, LH and GH and they will be lost with nothing after your gone and this is soon. I really enjoyed and it was a pleasure working with you over the past 9 years and I will miss our relationship very much but I fully understand your point and decision leaving the company but I hope that we still will keep in touch on a private level. I really can’t believe your leaving but that’s reality now. I will always remember with a smiling face our relationship. Thanks for the invitation and let’s have a great last evening before we see each other again in different roles! Best regards”

RR Nurnberg

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