Angelika has lived in India for a total of 10 years. Her scope of work included representational tasks, charitable engagement and social networking. She often had times of friction when the Indian mentality met the German way of thinking. For example, as she likes to say, at official dinners with set courses when the Western guests had to close ranks because the Indian guests were late or did not arrive. Just as she was always trying in India to bring this large, multi-faceted country closer to German guests whether by travelling, talking or meeting local people, today she does the same at Ulla K. – to inspire customers about India. She feels comfortable and at home here, and can also satisfy her wanderlust.