The PR agency Fink & Fuchs closed financial year 2015 with fee turnover of EUR 5.9 million (previous year EUR 5.1 million). The agency achieved growth of 15.7 percent thanks to many new mandates and the expansion of its services to existing clients. New names on the client list include the toy manufacturer Hasbro, the software company Salesforce, Fiducia-GAD, the IT service provider to the German cooperative banks, and the Federal Administration with orders from various Federal Ministries and subordinate authorities. In addition, the number of projects in the growth areas of online communication, video production and employer branding also increased significantly.
The positive development is also the result of various investments in the organization, its staff, service offerings and the new office it opened in Berlin.
The PR firm’s work was repeatedly honored with prestigious industry awards and accolades again in 2015. Two German PR Awards for “Staging and Live Communication” and “Employer Branding,” the selection among the Top Employers in Continental Europe and the Golden Lily of the City of Wiesbaden for outstanding social commitment were both recognition and encouragement for the firm’s 70-member team.
Not only the participants in its 17th traineeship year, but also a growing number of new employees from various media and communications disciplines who don’t have classic links to PR, contributed to the growth of the team (+9 employees) and to the further expansion of its range of services.
“We are pleased that the transformation process we initiated in new market segments, our expanded offerings and our new site in Berlin are meeting with such great acceptance by the market. We were able to sustainably expand our fee income in all areas in 2015,” explained Alexandra Groß, a Board member of Fink & Fuchs PR.
“Our investments in the future fields of digital relations and employer branding, as well as our increased involvement in collaborations, research and innovation topics contributed more than ever to the success of the agency last year. We were also able to strengthen our team by adding new areas of expertise and look forward to 2016 with optimism,” said Michael Grupe, also a Board member of Fink & Fuchs PR.