Steffen Sigg is a seller in liquidation. He comes when others close their shops. A conversation about the hormones of happiness, the wild shopping spree and the horror of 70 percent cuts.
By Michael Kläsgen and Thomas Öchsner
Steffen Sigg, 49, welcomes you in shorts and a T-shirt. On the wall of his office in Grossbottwar near Stuttgart hangs a postcard with the inscription: “Something still happening”. Sigg runs sales across the republic and helps clients earn more money. In doing so, he learned a lot about human abysses.