Tatjana Greber-Probst

Chief Executive & Founder
Executive MBA in Integrated Management
qualified Translator HDS

During her three-year translator training at St. Gallen School of Interpreting and Commerce, Tatjana Greber-Probst began working as a freelance translator. The freelance work quickly led to the establishement of an innovative translation agency. She enhanced her expertise in the different fields with which she comes into contact on a daily basis in various courses and seminars and during her three-year executive MBA training at Bern University of Applied Sciences, specialising in "Integrated Management". There, Tatjana Greber-Probst delved into strategic management and service marketing.


She most enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends. She does a lot of sport, is interested in literature and is involved with charitable projects.


Memberships and commitments

Tatjana Greber-Probst, as a trained translator and member of ASTTI (Swiss Association of Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters), has the best qualifications, as executive director as well, to implement the high requirements of the association in quality translation.


In addition, Tatjana Greber-Probst is a member

  • of Biel-Nidau Rotary Club,
  • of the Junior Chamber International Switzerland,
  • of the Swiss Business Women's Association
  • of the Swiss Alumni and
  • of the Volleyball Club Münchenbuchsee.


Career progression of Tatjana Greber-Probst

May 2000 to present
Chief Executive and Owner

  • Set-up of a translation agency
  • Development of a corporate identity
  • Customer acquisition and support
  • Management of up to 15 colleagues and 200 external partners
  • Definition and continuous improvement of internal processes
  • Creation of innovative additional services and added value for clients

November 2007 to March 2009
Com-Unic Global Training Switzerland
Chief Executive and partner

  • Analysis of customer requirements in the Swiss market
  • Putting together the portfolio of services for Switzerland
  • Review of the corporate identity
  • Customer acquisition and support
  • Establishing contact with potential key partners

October 2000 to June 2003
CIAR Dynamic Systems GmbH
Clerk and Assistant manager (part-time)

  • Responsibility for order processing
  • Responsibility for administration
  • Sole management of the office in the absence of her superior
  • Global customer care
  • Order coordination with the production facilities in Italy