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The GPRA (Association of Germany’s leading communications agencies with PR backgrounds) is adapting its current quality management system, the Consultancy Management Standard III (CMS III), internationally and expanding it to include ethical and training requirements for the German market. Fink & Fuchs is one of the first GPRA agencies to have already successfully completed the certification process. By receiving the CMS III seal of approval, the Wiesbaden-based communications experts demonstrate the importance of standardization and transparency in the assessment of consulting quality in the communications market. The agency’s work becomes evaluable and comparable for clients and companies.
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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 Alexandra Groß named Chairwoman of the Board of Fink & Fuchs
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One-in-four organisations has already been affected by fake news, but only 12 per cent have established advanced routines to identify threats, according to a new academic study across 48 countries
Brussels/Berlin, June 13th 2018 – Fake news is not only a buzzword in political debates, but a daily threat for companies and other organisations across the continent. This is one highlight result of the European Communication Monitor, an annual academic study conducted by several renowned communication professors and supported by the European Association of Communication Directors, which was launched today at the European Communication Summit in Berlin. Continue reading Fighting fake news is a corporate blind spot across Europe