The people behind Pintrip
If you have been following us from the very beginning in 2018, then we probably do not need to give you the big presentation. But if you’ve arrived to this universe since then, you may not be quite sure who we are. The idea of Pintrip started in the late summer of 2018, and since then a lot has happened with the company. Because yes Pintrip is a company, not a voluntary organization. That is why we do not work non-profit. As so much has happened in a relatively short time, we think it’s time for you to get a little presentation of us behind Pintrip.
Owner and managing director of Pintrip. In the autumn of 2018, she took a leave from her job as a medical secretary, to devote herself to the start-up phase of Pintrip – which turned out to be more time-consuming than expected. Henriette is in charge of the daily operation of Pintrip, and she has several different roles. If you call Pintrip, or write to Pintrip, it is therefore her that you get on the phone or answer your message. Henriette stays in touch with all Pintrip hosts, and she always knows what’s going on in both the Pintrip universe and the motorhome world. In addition, she also takes care of the daily administrative work, and together with Nicoline she writes the monthly newsletter, and proofreads the Pintrip Guide.
Peter is married to Henriette (surprise!). He is an important part of the everyday life at Pintrip, because he is an important sparring partner and the company’s master in packing. Among other things, it is Peter who has packed and sent a Pintrip Guide to you. He makes sure that all the thousands of Pintrip Guide are properly packed with vignettes, membership cards and various extra leaflets. It requires a great deal of overview and accuracy, which Peter masters to perfection. Peter also has a full-time job as a social educator.
Communication officer who has almost been with us since the start of Pintrip. It started with a internship in March 2019, which turned into first a part-time position and later a full-time position. Due to the corona situation, it is again a part-time position. She is in charge of SoMe, so she makes content and selects images for social media. In addition, she writes the monthly newsletter with Henriette, and subsequently translates it into English and German. During the winter months, Nicoline is extra busy, as she writes the host pages of the Pintrip Guide and translates them into English and German. Nicoline also has a part-time job as a store clerk.