As we reported earlier, the Delegate Customer Day 2021 took place in May as a virtual event. In addition to informative presentations on a wide range of topics related to our food service software solutions, company news and projects in cooperation with customers and partners, the participants were offered the opportunity to take part in a quiz. The questions were related to the categories “Our products”, “Our company” and “Our employees” topics within the event. The winner was allowed to choose an organization to which Delegate should donate the amount of 300€. We are pleased to announce that Ms Jennifer Semmlinger (DATEV, Technical Purchasing) gave the most correct answers and thus won the prize. We congratulate her and are pleased to be able to donate to her chosen organization: German AIDS Federation. The donation has already been made.
About the German AIDS Federation
The German Aids Federation (DAH) is the umbrella organization of around 120 organizations and institutions in Germany. It represents the interests of people with HIV/AIDS in public as well as in politics, science and medical research.
Its most important tasks include education about HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections. In a successful division of labour with the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA), the organization specifically addresses those social groups that are particularly threatened by HIV/AIDS.
With its national office, the DAH also offers education, training and continuing education. Its target groups are its members, self-help groups and others who are active in this field.
Furthermore, DAH publishes materials (brochures, leaflets, postcards, posters, advertisements and reference books) that are tailored to its target groups in terms of content, style, motif and design.
Further information about DAH: https://www.aidshilfe.de/
Last but not least, we would like to thank Ms Semmlinger for the great attention she gave us at the Delegate Customer Day and hope to welcome her again next year. In the best case, even in person in Vienna.