Renate Schiller came to a clear understanding of the diverse requirements of trade and industry through many years of work in the Austrian government as well as at several companies representing various industrial sectors. Through targeted study and hands-on experience she developed a highly specialized concept in the field of Relocation and Office Services. Then finally in February of 1998 she founded RANDOS Relocation as an entrepreneur.
Owing to her many years of experience and certified training in “Chances and Risks of a Boundless Society”, she’s especially well fitted to attend to the individual needs of her customers.
"We see our job as making possible the smooth relocation and integration of your employees and their family."
"As an immigrant from Eastern Europe, I was allowed early, to make my experiences dealing with authorities. Personally I am sure that I would have saved a lot of time and stress if I had had a relocation agent on my side. It does not matter if a client visits Austria for a short time or remains for good; I always enjoy the chance to introduce our nice country. I am convinced that every country, every culture has something special and unique to offer. Vienna is special to me because of the variety of cultures living here. It is exactly this diversity that makes Vienna such a charming city where we have the opportunity to learn so much from each other."
"I am happy to support our customers and am glad particularly about many positive feedbacks.“
"I strive to use my experience to help our clients feel at home in this wonderful country.
"It is a great pleasure for me to be able to make a small contribution to our client’s successful start in their new life in Austria."
"I have first-hand experience of how difficult dealing with the authorities can be. Therefore I know very well what kind of situation our clients are in and how best to support them."
„All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” - Walt Disney
Pepper the Fox is mascot & intern at RANDOS at once. He is clever, dynamic and smart as a fox. Therefore, Pepper fits to the corporate identity and the RANDOS logo. Pepper supports the team energetically and accompanies the RANDOS Team to any appointment. Pepper writes down exciting stories regarding his every day working life at RANDOS in his blog.
"Keep calm and read my blog." Pepper the Fox
RANDOS - Consultants
Bettina is half Danish/half German and has lived and worked abroad and managed multinational teams and projects within several nationalities and cultures like Scandinavia, most of Europe, Asia (India, China, Japan and Australian), USA, South America (Brazil, Mexico), Russia and Middle East (UAE).
After a Master in Law and Economics, Bettina Tang has 20+ years of work experience; working in international organisations handling operational and strategic mobility issues as well as general compensation and benefit matters both as in-house advisor and manager.
Since 2011 she has her own consulting business, Tang People Mobility, www.tangmobility.com, offering advisory services also for RANDOS Relocation within global mobility. This includes global mobility policy reviews and development, internal process mapping or reviews, RFP/vendor management, Interim manager etc.
Highlights include magical squares, quaint artist studios, private salons, fine cuisine, high fashion, wines, fascinating interiors and the arts.
Tina Sumser speaks in addition to her mother tongue German also very good French, English and Italian.
Lydia Hager lives on the outskirts of Salzburg, the wonderful World Heritage City, which she knows inside out due to many years of work experience in the hotel and travel business as well as the organization of personal sightseeing programs. A native of Hallein, Mrs. Hager strives to provide authentic insights and experiences off the beaten track. As an accredited city guide (Austria Guides) she will show you city and countryside from a native’s perspective.
My Salzburg: visit the daily market “Grünmarkt” early in the morning, take a walk to the chamois on the Kapuzinerberg mountain and the labyrinth in the baroque Mirabellgarten, have a picnic in Hellbrunn, go for a bicycle ride alongside the Almkanal, admire the view from castle Hohensalzburg at night, and end the day by enjoying some great music in Jazzit, one of Europe’s best jazz clubs
My Hallein: explore a medieval gem without tourists, climb Dürrnberg mountain following the tracks of the ancient celts
My favourites: the culinary milestones of the region from Hangar7 to Balkan Grill, from Craft Beer to Guglhof, from the Mozartkugel to 220 Grad
My art and culture: from Sound of Music to Silent Night, from Salzburg Festival to traditional celebrations
Besides German, which is her first language, Lydia Hager also speaks English and French.