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We evolve and realize concepts for audio content and podcasts that give our clients the confidence to lead, help them identify new target groups, and sustain and grow the trust of their stakeholders.
We create journalistic formats, integrate podcasts into existing marketing mixes and 360° communications, support CEO communications, help with employer branding and internal comms and develop new forms of native advertising.
Based in Cologne, Germany, we provide professional sound engineers and state-of-the-art studios here – and via our network of partners – throughout Europe.
Our team of experienced audio journalists and PR experts works in German and English, remotely, or wherever our clients need them.
In „Handelsblatt Disrupt,“ Handelsblatt Deputy Editor-in-Cief and Head of Digital Sebastian Matthes discusses all that’s relevant in digitalization and transformation. In his weekly podcast, he meets up with decision makers, founders and experts for in-depth conversations about current issues, brief insights into noteworthy developments, and updates from Silicon Valley, New York or Beijing.
Guest include founders like N26’s Valentin Stalf, FemTech creator Ida Tin or Flixbus CEO Jochen Engert, corporate invitees like Vodafone CEO Hannes Ametsreiter and Bosch KI Lead Christoph Pylo, and influencers like VC Klaus Hommels or Bert Rürup.
We’re proud to be the producers of this great podcast series, hosted by Ina Karabasz and Felix Holtermann, both seasoned correspondents at Germany’s leading economics daily Handelsblatt.
In each of the 12 episodes, we’re looking into a different aspect of the case and ask the question: Which systemic loopholes, weaknesses or regulatory inefficiencies have made it possible to perpetuate this fraud over what appears to be many years.
We ask what type of personality is necessary to instigate a fraud on that level, we speak with economic crimes experts, we analyse the shortcomings of auditors and the auditing systems, we follow up on the crusade against Wirecard critics and we look at the policies behind the case in Germany’s capital Berlin.
The series runs between August and December 2020 on Podimo and on the Handelsblatt homepage.
Every week, Bits & Pretzel Editor-in-Chief Britta Weddeling invites the most important voices from the global founders and VC network to her podcast to discuss their routes from founding or financing a startup to the peak of international success.
Guest include world renowned Silicon Valley representatives such as Dropbox CEO and co-founder Drew Houston, Shazam founder Chris Barton and Union Square Venture managing partner Albert Wenger as well as Hollywood Actress and The Honest Company founder Jessica Alba or LinkedIn-Cofounder Reid Hoffman.
A biweekly update on bank-relevant internal and external issues – ranging from how to serve customers during Covid-19 to sustainable finance and the state of the global economy. Hosted by Andrea Rexer, head of identity at HvB, in conversations with CEO Michael Diederich – and with guest ranging from global science and technology company Merck KGaA CEO Stefan Oschmann to renowned economist and head of the ifo Institute Clemens Fuest. Now available on all popular podcast platforms!
Expertenduelle die es so noch nicht gab: Top-Entscheider aus Wirtschaft, Politik und Gesellschaft wie Start-up-Unternehmer Nico Rosberg, FDP Chef Christian Lindner oder Alexander Sixt vom Mobilitätsdienstleister Sixt treffen auf Experten der Boston Consulting Group.
In jeweils 45 Sekunden beantworten Sie sechs identische Fragen zu einem Thema, das die Gesellschaft bewegt – von Future Mobility über den Klimawandel bis zur digitalen Transformation.
Ana Adi is a professor of public relations and corporate communications at Quadriga University of Applied Sciences in Berlin, chair of the Digital Communication Awards and member of the Institute for Public Relations Measurement Commission. When not writing about what communicators can learn from protests and social movements, Dr Adi focuses on mid-term solutions for the professionalization and future-proofing of communicators. She also speaks often about the measurement and evaluation of communication and storytelling.