Cutting machine operator, technical product designer, electronics technician for automation technology, industrial clerk, and warehouse logistics professional – stoba offers a wide range of apprenticeships, which has been an important part of our future-oriented approach for decades. There are currently 46 apprentices training in Memmingen and Backnang. Why did you decide to join stoba? How is the apprenticeship going in this exceptional situation? And what is important to the apprenticeship training managers? The C|X Team asked.
stoba is turning 60 this year. We would like to take this opportunity to think a little bit outside the box. What is the current status of our locations? And, what do they have planned for the future? First, we will hear from Peter Koutný, Managing Director at stoba in Brno - a city which is also known as ‘the Silicon Valley of the Czech Republic’. In the interview, Petr explains what it means to him and where he would still like to go with the Brno site.
Video calls instead of meetings in the office, a chat message instead of calling over to the office next door, remote maintenance instead of long drives, and on-site service. Just a few years ago, hardly anyone could have imagined that we would work like this. However, that is the way it is today. Given these circumstances, how are we designing cooperation at stoba? The C|X team asked IT.
There are many good reasons to be optimistic about the future. One is that for 60 years stoba has been developing innovations for better products and processes. For 60 years we have been developing the future!