The communications agency Fink & Fuchs generated fee revenues of EUR 6.73 million in fiscal year 2018 (previous year: EUR 6.41 million). With good profitability, this equates to growth of five percent. The firm achieved the highest fee turnover in the company’s history on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. This growth is primarily the result of investments in the Digital, Moving Image and Content Creation sectors. New clients include, for example, HTC, IdeenExpo and Cohesity, as well as many public sector projects. Existing mandates in the consulting field of employer communication were expanded and new clients acquired. 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
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
The communications agency has been supporting the European Communication Monitor (ECM), the world’s largest transnational survey on strategic communication issues, as a “Digital Communication Partner” since mid-February. The Fink & Fuchs team is actively participating in the redesign and operation of ECM’s online content, the development of additional information offerings and the active marketing of results. The Wiesbaden-based agency brings to the table of the 3-year partnership its 15-year expertise in the design and marketing of scientific research projects.
“We are delighted to have gained in Fink & Fuchs a new strategic partner who will continuously advise and actively support us in structuring our information offerings and marketing our research results,” says the Director of the ECM’s research projects Prof. Dr. Ansgar Zerfaß of the University of Leipzig. 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
The PR-Report Awards were presented for the 14th time in Berlin. The team from Fink & Fuchs became the first firm to receive the prestigious Gold Award – PR Agency of the Year for the second time. The Wiesbaden-based communications agency already received this renowned industry award in 2003 when the PR Awards were first introduced in Germany. The jury’s decision is based not only on the firm’s extremely good economic development, but also on its overall positioning and its excellent reputation. Continue reading
The communications agency Fink & Fuchs has been awarded the proALPHA Group’s corporate communications account. The mandate includes the company’s corporate, product and brand communications in the DACH region.
As the third largest provider of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) for medium-sized companies in the areas of manufacturing and retail, proALPHA has been offering a complete, flexibly scalable ERP solution for more than 20 years. With 30 branch offices worldwide and certified partners, as well as more than 800 employees, the fast-growing company currently supports around 1,800 customers in a wide range of industries in 50 countries around the world. Continue reading
Niclas Leipold was named head of the creative team at Fink & Fuchs in March. He and his team are responsible for conceiving of and executing cross-media campaigns and projects for all of the firm’s clients. His expertise will expand the range of services, especially in the areas of Corporate and User Experience Design. Leipold brings along nearly 15 years of experience in the advertising and communications industry. Continue reading
Corporate communications is becoming an increasingly datafied business but communicators still lack analytical skills. While communications is becoming an increasingly datafied profession, many communicators still lack the analytical skills to make sense of data.
Big Data and Algorithms gain importance in Corporate Communications
More than 70 per cent of European communication professionals believe that big data will change their profession but only one quarter has a developed understanding of the topic. Continue reading