Joining Schaltkulisse nearly 3 years ago, Rambo Akgül has made a significant impact on the team through his work in event organization and brand management. With a background in sports and event management, including an exchange semester in Sacramento, Rambo’s expertise has been invaluable in organizing events such as the Miami Showroom Opening and the Schaltkulisse Golf Tournament. As someone who truly believes that “your network is your net worth,” Rambo has leveraged his extensive global connections to benefit Schaltkulisse, securing fashion brand collaborations and sponsorships for events. His organizational talent ensures that each event runs smoothly and according to plan. People often describe Rambo as “nicht aus der Ruhe zu bringen,” illustrating his unflappable demeanor in high-pressure situations. When it comes to cars, Rambo sees himself in a Porsche 964 Turbo 3.6, a vehicle that represents style, performance, and exclusivity. In his free time, Rambo enjoys playing football and traveling. With his unwavering commitment to making Schaltkulisse GmbH a globally recognized brand and his impressive network, Rambo continues to be a driving force behind the company’s success.
The Team Behind Schaltkulisse
MEET DENIZ CARIKCI
Deniz has been on board with Schaltkulisse since 2015 and was the company’s first full-time employee. As he often puts it, he still remembers Kevin with moving boxes under one hand and a French bulldog under the other. His first words were “car” not “mama” and so he knew from the start that he had to work with cars. After a few years as an asset manager at Ferrari Financial Services, he joined us as a sales manager for 6 years.
Although still in his 20’s, Sebastian has earned his position as master technician in our engineering department. No wonder, he was born with a screwdriver in hand (not literally) and thrives on the smell of gasoline that emanates from the exhaust pipes of classic Ferraris and the like. His journey started with fixing, fixing and modifying his bike, then his scooter, then his motorcycle and then he worked his way up to cars.
James has always been a key member of the shift gate. Don’t let his old-school Bavarian attitude and sometimes dark humor fool you, James means business. If you call him in the middle of the night and tell him that a car needs to be transported to northern Denmark by tomorrow evening, he will be on his way literally in the same hour to get the car safe and sound before sunset.