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We at WT | Wearable Technologies love what we do! Our small team combines passionate people from all kinds of professions - consultants, engineers, designers, programmers, event managers,... - under one roof and thus, enables a huge knowledge base and fosters creative solutions.

The key to our success has always been the attraction and retention of people who share our passion and values: integrity, honesty, unending enthusiasm, diversity, and an entrepreneurial spirit. We are working in a growing as well as an international industry, which gives our people the chance to travel around the globe, work with colleagues from different cultures, and to learn as well as to grow every single day.

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„It doesn't make sense to hire smart people and then tell them what to do. We hire smart people so that they can tell us what to do.“ (Steve Jobs)

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Working Student Communication, Business Analysis and Project Management (w/m/n)

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Important message

For quite some time now we have been receiving many questions from people who have been talking with our “employees” about job offers. Unfortunately, these cases have been internet fraudsters trying to mimic our company name, employee names, and images to trick people into giving out their personal information. We would like to warn you about the situation and ask for you to ignore all suspicious emails or texts that appear to come from us. In general, it is very important to be careful every time you get an email asking for personal details. The scams in our case include for example requests to pay for start-up kits for work-at-home jobs and to pay for software or programs with Amazon and iTunes gift cards. The goal of these phishing attacks is to obtain personal data or money, and we want to advise you to not click any links or provide any information before you know the sender is real. We would like to remind you that we at Wearable Technologies do not:

- Ask for sensitive personal information such as passwords or credit card info via email
- Use Gmail addresses such as,, or
- Ask for you to purchase any gift cards
- Ask you to pay to apply for a job
- Ask you to accept a money transfer, and then transfer that money to another account

We apologize for any inconveniences these scams are causing and we are doing everything we can to stop this. Remember to stay safe!