In Germany yesterday, in Canada today.
A sort of "year abroad" for craftspeople.
The Vito accompanies the roofer in his daily work.
A year abroad for tradesmen and women – Journeyman from Berlin makes it possible.
Gaining valuable work experience abroad? For a long time, this was anything but easy for tradespersons. But Samuel Wurster has now turned things around in this domain: his Berlin-based start-up Journeyman networks handymen and women from all fields with other companies around the globe. Calling all roofers, electricians and carpenters... where would you like to go? The USA, down-under, New Zealand or maybe Canada? Set off on your adventure!
Journeyman even provides assistance with visas, taxes and insurance.
An international network for tradesmen and women.
Enabling young tradesmen and women to do what other professions take for granted.
Samuel's aim is to network tradesmen and women from all over the world.
Working in a foreign country also involves learning new methods and techniques.
Taking a different route.
Journeyman opens up the possibility for all manner of craftsmen and women to discover the world.
Damaris Riedinger & Alexandra Kurek