Fink & Fuchs is expanding its management team by hiring Jens Issel. As Director, Issel will be responsible for strategic brand communication and cross-media positioning of the agency’s clients. Previously, the expert on communication and digital marketing was employed by the international network agencies Edelman and Text100. At Text100, he worked to establish and further develop the digital unit, and at Edelman.ergo, he was responsible for strengthening the integrated customer business at the Munich office. Continue reading
Fink & Fuchs AG has added a prominent new addition to its customer portfolio: Effective immediately, the firm is supporting the communication of the Taiwanese technology manufacturer HTC in the DACH region.
In the pitch, Fink & Fuchs was able to prevail against well-known agency competitors from the technology and consumer sectors. One focus of product and brand PR will be on smartphones. In addition, Fink & Fuchs will focus on positioning HTC solutions for Virtual Reality (VR) and 5G technology. With the Vive product group, HTC primarily addresses the high-end segment of VR applications. Experts project dynamic further development for the application scenarios of VR in the end customer sector as well as in the corporate environment. Continue reading
Next step in strategic agency development
At the turn of the year, Alexandra Groß will step into the role of Chairwoman of Fink & Fuchs AG. The responsibilities of her new position will span the overall management and strategic development of the communications agency with offices in Wiesbaden, Berlin and Munich.
Groß has been with Fink & Fuchs since 1999 and has been a member of the Management Board since 2011. She has also been a Partner at the agency since 2017. Outgoing Chairman and agency co-founder Stephan Fink will maintain his seat on the Management Board and be responsible for the agency’s CSR commitments, generational change management and select client mandates. The agency’s top management is completed by Michael Grupe, who has also been with Fink & Fuchs for 20 years, since 2011 as Partner and a member of the Management Board. This change in management marks the next milestone in the Wiesbaden-based company’s ongoing strategic development towards becoming a 360° communications agency. Continue reading
Tailor-made PR – the communications agency Fink & Fuchs AG is expanding its expertise in B2B, corporate and online communication. Since June, Anica Thalmeier (48) has strengthened the Fink & Fuchs team in Munich as Senior Account Manager. Julian Rudolf (36) has been Account Manager in Wiesbaden since July of this year.
For Anica Thalmeier, dealing with technologically highly complex issues is part of her day-to-day business. She brings many years of agency experience with her, especially for B2B communication. Before joining Fink & Fuchs, she was Director of PR Technology at the Hamburg-based international agency Golin Deutschland. Since training as a consultant at DPRG, the graduate economist has gathered nearly 20 years of PR experience at several PR firms including Edelman. Continue reading
Well-researched and well-prepared topics – that’s what editorial work in the age of “trusted content” is all about. The communications agency Fink & Fuchs AG is counting on that, currently expanding its editorial team to seven members. Customer demand for trustworthy textual content, authenticity and quality confirms the Wiesbaden-based communication experts in taking this approach. The editorial team is tasked with preparing the often highly complex subjects of the multi-layered customer portfolio in a clear, target-oriented manner for the individual media genres. Continue reading
The communications agency Fink & Fuchs generated fee revenues of EUR 6.41 million in fiscal year 2017 (previous year: EUR 6.42 million). The company continued to invest with solid profitability in new services while expanding its expertise in integrated communication services. These developments meant the dip in traditional PR service sales was compensated for by the extremely good progress the agency made in the areas of motion pictures, creation, employer communication and digital media. Continue reading
For years we have been following the tradition of picking up a trend topic in our annual Christmas greetings and giving it a humorous twist.
This year it is digital speech assistants: Alexa & Co easily help us predict the weather, order Christmas gifts, turn lights on and off, play music and much more. Of course, we have our own digital assistant in the agency. Find out what it is like being a speech assistant during the pre-Christmas season at Fink & Fuchs. Make sure you activate the subtitles.
Alexandra Groß and Michael Grupe, both members of the Management Board Fink & Fuchs AG since 2011, have acquired shares in the communications agency. Their new role as partners marks a further step in the generational change initiated in 2011 by the agency based in Wiesbaden, Berlin and Munich.
“We are very pleased with the work of our Board members on transforming Fink & Fuchs into a communications agency, as they actively help shape change at the top of the company. We are especially excited about the commitment of our new partners and our long-standing colleagues taking on greater responsibility for the company,” said Stephan Fink, Chairman of the Management Board of Fink & Fuchs AG. Continue reading
The 78-strong team of the communications agency Fink & Fuchs generated fee revenue of EUR 6.42 million (previous year: EUR 5.9 million) in fiscal year 2016. Numerous new mandates and additional projects with existing clients led to growth of 8.8 percent. Among the new clients are F5, Facebook Germany, Proalpha as well as the Federal Administration with other projects coming from various federal ministries and authorities. The volume of orders increased significantly, particularly in the growth areas of digital communication, moving pictures and employer communication. Continue reading
Fink & Fuchs Public Relations AG is changing its name to Fink & Fuchs AG. What at first glance appears to be a marginal change is in fact an important milestone in its evolution towards becoming a full-service communications firm. Following its complete restructuring to become an even more agile organization, investment in new employees from other disciplines and expansion of its partner network, Fink & Fuchs now offers integrated solutions for corporate communications, marketing, employer and many other forms of communication. Continue reading