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Communications agency schoesslers was founded by Julia Schössler in 2011. More than 60 communications experts in Berlin, Hamburg, Würzburg and Cologne now serve customers from the digital economy as well as the technology and industry sectors. Since 2016, schoesslers has been part of the Vogel Communications Group.

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Awards

Deutscher Mediapreis
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Comprix Gold
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PR Report Award
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European Excellence Award
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European Publishing Award

Recommendations

We love communications and we actively live it.

Our customers sense this, regardless of whether they are startups, medium-sized companies, or listed corporations. They all experience our spirit and the positive results of communication.

Franz Großmann
PR-Manager

“The PR agency schoesslers has supported us in our press work since the beginning. From the creation to the implementation of a communication concept, schoesslers convinces their clients with creative and uncomplicated ideas. We particularly appreciate the individual and customer-oriented cooperation.”

Gudrun Kreutner
Head of Corporate Communication

“I enjoy working with schoesslers. The team fits in well with Wort & Bild Verlag, values accuracy and seriousness, and understands our values. schoesslers gets things off the ground and stories into the media. We like that.”

Maria Gomelskaia
Head Of Communications

“schoesslers quickly understood what was important to us as a young company. Professional workflow and a communication concept, including the integration of all communication channels, that is both creative and practical. The cooperation is simple, reliable, inspiring.”

Tina Jürgens
Chief Operating Officer

“With schoesslers, we have found a competent partner for our communication strategies and their implementation. This is work on equal footing and with a lot of enthusiasm!”

Sonja Dreher
Marketing Manager

“schoesslers is a team of people who make things happen, embodying the right combination of creativity, strategic thinking, and organizational talent. They put a lot of heart and soul into their work but never lose sight of the objective.”

Dagmar M. Schuller
CEO & Co-Founder

“It’s true, schoesslers speaks tech. Every day, the team shows us how we can do things even better—building successful relationships, expanding our visibility, and working on the stories that represent our company’s history. It’s fun because everyone puts their heart into it.”

Michael Brehm
Founder & Managing Director

“Together with schoesslers, we are managing the market launch of i2x with great success. The team understands our business. Their hands-on mentality is fantastic. We consider schoesslers a long-term strategic partner.”

Andy Katz-Mayfield
Co-Founder & CEO

“schoesslers is a partner for us in the truest sense of the word! The team always goes the extra mile to really understand our business and help us manage our communications successfully, both strategically and operationally.”

Arun Mani
form. Managing Director EU

“schoesslers has been instrumental in driving and, most importantly, communicating for our European expansion – thanks to a great team!”

Kirsten Schade
Head of Corporate Communication

“We have been working confidently and with complete trust with schoesslers for many years – the team is committed and competent, extremely professional, and, at the same time, very likeable. We especially appreciate the high degree of willingness to think with us and ahead in a solution-oriented and creative way. It’s a great collaboration of equals.”

References

Cases

Our many long-standing customer relationships are proof of a trusting, result-oriented collaboration. Our communications experts have extensive experience in specialized industries and subject areas – an advantage for both existing and new customers.

Services
Company PR (B2B), Employer Branding & Event Support
Goal
Product & Brand Awareness, Employer Branding
Market
Industrie
HARRY’S is one of the few fully vertically integrated companies that manufactures and distributes razor blades and grooming products for brands and consumers around the world. The acquisition of Feintechnik GmbH Eisfeld by HARRY’s Inc. enabled this vertical structure to be successfully established. Feintechnik complements the startup with 100 years of experience in the wet…
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Services
Company PR (B2B und B2C) mit Fokus auf Wirtschaftsmedien
Goal
Brand Awareness, Executive Positioning
Market
Health
DEMECAN is the only independent German company that covers the entire production chain for medical cannabis— from cultivation to further processing and storage to distribution to pharmacies. Cultivation and further processing have been carried out in compliance with the highest pharmaceutical standards in Ebersbach (near Dresden) since 2021. For this purpose, the production facility, a…
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Services
Company PR (B2B und B2C) mit Fokus auf Fachmedien
Goal
Product, Trust und Brand Awareness
Market
Insurance
As a modern insurance company in the automotive sector, Intec AG from Göttingen has specialized—by means of digital solutions—in warranty services and repair cost insurance. The portfolio covers the market for car dealerships and used car dealers as well as the market for end customers who can use the newly developed CarGO! Platform for an…
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Markets

We speak cash!
We speak safe!
We speak care!
We speak school!
We speak immo!
We speak pssssst!
We speak shop!
We speak things!
We speak public!
We speak e-mobility!
We speak Software!
We speak Law!
We speak Human Resources!
We speak production!
We speak Food!
We speak eSports!
We speak Green!
We speak delivery!
We speak business starter!
We speak AI!
We speak data!
We speak Digital Marketing!

We know your market and have all the relevant media contacts

We have particularly strong experience in the sectors of AdTech, MarTech, Mobility, eHealth, FinTech, PropTech, InsurTech, HRTech and PrivacyTech. We also enjoy catering to our B2B customers in traditional industries – regardless of whether they offer small-scale innovative solutions in their segment, build large industrial plants, or are world market leaders in a specialized field. We also have years of experience in the B2C sector with well-known customers.

Services

schoesslers is one of the leading communications agencies in the digital economy. Our customers appreciate our very unique tech expertise.

As a company of the Vogel Communications Group, schoesslers is also at home in the industry sector. We speak B2B. We know the language of the industries. We know what matters and what topics are sought after by the media. schoesslers thinks journalistically.

We are your ”team communications”. We develop your strategy and create theme and campaign ideas. We are passionate about accompanying you and your company and supporting your advancement in all aspects of communication. Regardless of on which channels, whether in trade circles or business media, or whether online, in print, on social media or via events, podcasts, radio or TV.

Public Relations

Public Relations is the heart of schoesslers! The foundation of our work is the development of a sound communication strategy that is precisely tailored to your needs. We work along the entire spectrum for addressing target groups: from traditional press releases to editorial specialist articles, placing your specialists and executives as speakers at events, arranging interviews, social media support, piggy backing and storytelling to employer branding, executive positioning or crisis communication. Upon request, we are your press office and central contact point for all media inquiries. Together with you, we actively determine the agenda setting on all channels. We are your partner and companion for your communication.

Public Relations is the heart of schoesslers! The foundation of our work is the development of a sound communication strategy that is precisely tailored to your needs. We work along the entire spectrum for addressing target groups: from traditional press releases to editorial specialist articles, placing your specialists and executives as speakers at events, arranging interviews, social media support, piggy backing and storytelling to employer branding, executive positioning or crisis communication. Upon request, we are your press office and central contact point for all media inquiries. Together with you, we actively determine the agenda setting on all channels. We are your partner and companion for your communication.

Marketing

The line between PR and marketing is fluid. We coordinate our communications activities with your marketing measures. To this end, we develop a roadmap that takes into account all content and media topics as well as events, trade fairs, and communication occasions in order to plan your communications accordingly and optimize your marketing activities. Our creative and graphics department supports the development of your corporate identity in the conception of your website, as well as digital or analog customer publications. We are also happy to provide you with our expertise in influencer marketing.

The line between PR and marketing is fluid. We coordinate our communications activities with your marketing measures. To this end, we develop a roadmap that takes into account all content and media topics as well as events, trade fairs, and communication occasions in order to plan your communications accordingly and optimize your marketing activities. Our creative and graphics department supports the development of your corporate identity in the conception of your website, as well as digital or analog customer publications. We are also happy to provide you with our expertise in influencer marketing.

Social Media

Ob LinkedIN, Instagram oder Corporate-Blog – wir kümmern uns um Ihren Auftritt in den sozialen Medien. Wir sorgen für Follower-Engagement und den passenden Inhalt, erstellen Corporate Guidelines und Cross-Channel-Redaktionspläne.

Ob LinkedIN, Instagram oder Corporate-Blog – wir kümmern uns um Ihren Auftritt in den sozialen Medien. Wir sorgen für Follower-Engagement und den passenden Inhalt, erstellen Corporate Guidelines und Cross-Channel-Redaktionspläne.

Business Events

We design and plan exclusive B2C and B2B events for our clients: from location scouting and organization to execution and final evaluation. Through many years of experience, we have mastered all event topics, such as planning, agenda setting, invitation and guest management, as well as the coordination of all contracted service providers. And this is not just on the stages of major trade fairs, but also at fireside chats, after-work events, or digital-hybrid event formats.

We design and plan exclusive B2C and B2B events for our clients: from location scouting and organization to execution and final evaluation. Through many years of experience, we have mastered all event topics, such as planning, agenda setting, invitation and guest management, as well as the coordination of all contracted service providers. And this is not just on the stages of major trade fairs, but also at fireside chats, after-work events, or digital-hybrid event formats.

Team

We are techies. We are B2B and B2C specialists. We are lifestyle, mobility, health, deep-freeze technology, and plant engineering.

We enjoy learning your language, understanding your content, and translating it for your target audience. We follow all media, exchange ideas with journalists on a daily basis, are passionate service providers, and proudly partner with the Vogel Communications Group.

Jochen Kalka
Eva
Friedrike
Jochen Kalka
Julia Schoessler
Eva
Friedrike

Nathalie Meyer

Our Office Manager Nathalie is a real Frenchie! But to be honest, home is wherever she makes herself a home. In her former profession, gastronomy, she was able to live out her passion for travel extensively and was allowed to work in many countries. Her greatest adventure took her all the way to Australia, where she met a real Berliner. She settled down with him and made Berlin her new home.

 

Nathalie always needs something to do – idleness is not for her. However, fun and relaxation should not be neglected. She usually finds this on her bike, while longboarding or on walks through the forest. Of course, all the activities including her lovely family.

My ideal start to the day?

Being gently awakened by my QUIET children with a loving “Mom, I made you breakfast”. Then a relaxing two cups of black coffee and enjoying a rich breakfast without accidents…Hach, always these daydreams. 😊

Selina Dietrich

“New paths are created while walking” – this motto has accompanied Selina all her life. She is always open to new challenges and loves to explore the world in its most beautiful facets.

Although she feels most comfortable at home in beautiful Mainfranken, she is always drawn to distant countries. Her favorite travel destination is definitely Florida – sun, palm trees, sea and delicious food.

For Selina, the world of media means one thing above all: variety. Whether it was radio, television or online editing, she passed through a wide variety of stations during her time at university and is very much looking forward to exploring the exciting world of PR with the team at schoesslers.

My ideal start to the day?

Sleeping in and being woken up by the sun (preferably somewhere by the sea). Then I snuggle up with my dog Charlie for a while and have a big breakfast afterwards – just relaxed!

Leona Bruners

Leona is a north child. Having grown up in North Rhine-Westphalia, she moved further north and discovered her new home in Hamburg. Seagulls and sea breeze are as much a part of her everyday life as trying out new recipes or spending time with her friends in a nice café. She is a musical lover, list maker, globetrotter, sweet tooth and creative idea finder.

My ideal start to the day?

My perfect morning starts with a cup of tea, some quiet time to plan the day and let my mind wander.

Kathryn Weiser

Kathryn (Katie) Weiser is a born-and-raised American, having grown up in the suburbs of the home of the cheesesteak, Rocky Balboa and the Liberty Bell, Philadelphia. She grew up bilingual (German-English), and her German roots go back to the Weserbergland region of Lower Saxony. Katie emigrated to Potsdam, Germany in 2017 for her bachelor’s degree program European Media Studies at the University of Potsdam. Even in her first couple semesters she realized that she enjoys working in PR and has been working in Tech-PR since 2018.

In her free time, Katie practices both her flute and her Spanish. Besides that, she spends a lot of her time with friends, either in Potsdam’s historical city center or its quiet Waldstadt.

My ideal start to the day?

I’ve always been a real night owl. My dad always said to (or about) me: “If God wanted Katie to see the sun rise, it wouldn’t rise ‘til 12”. In that sense, my perfect morning doesn’t start until lunchtime and includes a good cup of coffee and just chilling out.

Gina Krüger

Having grown up in the heart of Berlin, Gina knows her way around the capital metropolis and is always enthusiastic about new things. Whether through photography, fashion, or design, her favorite thing to do is bring out her creative streak. After a short stopover in London and a commercial apprenticeship in media business, her path led her to study business administration with a focus on the digital economy.

Due to her Northern Irish roots and bilingual upbringing, language and communication have played an important role for her from an early age; during her studies, it was clear that she wanted to go in the direction of digital communication. When she is not sitting in front of her laptop typing away, she can be found mainly in the Kreuzberg neighborhood, where she likes to stroll along the riverbank or sample Berlin’s bar and restaurant scene with friends.

My ideal start to the day?

Either start the day early and productively with a workout or sleep in late and then enjoy a big breakfast. The main thing is that the sun is shining, the sky is blue, and the coffee is good.

Christina Bornschein

From “Mainhattan” to “Mainfranken”: Christina moved from Frankfurt to Würzburg to study. After a few brief stops in the south of Germany, she gladly moved back to the Franconian metropolis a few years ago. Here she strolls through the historic city center or drinks a Franconian wine on the old Main bridge or at one of the many festivals. The biologist spent some time in science PR.

After exciting topics in neurobiology and quantum physics, she is now looking forward to the digital economy—and to immersing herself in the colorful agency world.
Having traded in her car for a bike, she arrives at work exhilarated each morning, but, on wet & rainy days, she wonders if this really was a good idea.

My ideal start to the day?
Breakfast is life—therefore, for her, a perfect morning is when she is well-rested and can enjoy breakfast with friends in a café that serves good coffee. While taking that in, she observes passers-by.

Amy Fromm

Amy was born as a real “fish head” in Rostock, where she also began to pursue media studies. Love and the desire for a new adventure then led her to the beautiful capital in the fall of 2021. She is now continuing her studies in Berlin and, after her year in Australia, can finally enjoy the advantages of the big city again, which she had missed a bit in her home state.

Northern Germans are generally said to be taciturn, not very empathetic, and unapproachable. Amy, however, sees her heritage as strengths rather than weaknesses. She focuses on the essentials, is extremely resilient, and is there when you need her. After all, we have all learned from the Game of Thrones series: the North is loyal.

Besides acquiring knowledge of series, Amy also loves to dance. For 15 years, she has continued the interest that began in preschool with theater dance and ballet with hip hop. She has to first get used to the pace of life in Berlin and the sarcasm, but she already feels right at home at schoesslers.

Jörg Pensberg

Jörg likes to commute by train between Hamburg and Berlin and to the south; he spends his private time with his daughter on the North Sea. For balance, he always looks for the nearest Pilates studio or spreads out his mat; otherwise, you can find him on the water with a sail and motor, hopefully soon an electric one. Friends also refer to him as Gadget Guy, as he enjoys working with hardware and software very much.

My ideal start to the day?

My morning routine starts with Pilates every morning at 07:00, followed by water and juice and then an oat coffee at 10:00.

Kai-Hinrich Renner

Curiosity, a tendency to reinvent himself at irregular intervals, a faible for language, the love for soccer, for the French cinema of the 1960s-1980s, for seafood and Italian food, for black music and since a few years also for house and techno – that’s Kai.

My ideal start to the day?

Without a large cappuccino in bed before getting up, nothing works for me. On weekends, there’s also the big round of jogging along the Elbe and back through the parks of Hamburg’s Elbe suburbs.

Angelo D’Abundo

Angelo’s media career began early: His birth was announced by a Berlin daily newspaper. After a formative phase in Berlin Wedding in the post-reunification period, the next media coup came: participation in the epoch-making TV show Dingsda with Werner Schmidbauer. He gained editorial experience 15 years later at a Berlin media group and a weekly newspaper.

His big goal: to make the front page again on his last birthday. On weekends, you can meet the political scientist and Germanist in the Tiergarten and antiquarian bookshops, where there is a bit of a smell. His interests include rampant research, political happenings, and cheese.

My ideal start to the day?

Ice cream, strawberries, and The Wire.

Julia Bittermann

“Julia is like a box of chocolates: You never know what you’re going to get!” is how one of her teammates describes our Julia No. 2. She always likes to try out things she hasn’t seen before, she has many an unusual experience up her sleeve: a rally from Düsseldorf to Shanghai, finding her voice on language learning materials for German learners in Japan, or simply winning a trip to Australia in a video competition.

That she also learned the languages that she encountered along the way—of course! It’s good that PR and communications also offer a consistently versatile playing field with new topics and components for her…

My ideal start to the day?

The sun is shining through the window. I can lie down for a while. Maybe Bill Withers’ “Lovely Day” is playing from somewhere, and, on the breakfast table on a terrace by the sea, flowers are already waiting for me… Ha, *dream*?

Alina Chekaibe

After studying in the beautiful Allgäu region, this native of Aschaffenburg moved to the big city of Frankfurt, where she discovered her passion for the PR industry. After four exciting years in the bustle of the big city, it was finally time for a change—and so she and her partner headed for their mutual home region: the beautiful Franconian countryside.

Trips to the surrounding nature, going out for a delicious meal and a glass of wine with family and friends, or watching the latest blockbuster at the cinema, all this makes her heart beat faster.

My ideal start to the day?

After a restful sleep (min. 8 hours), drink a hot coffee on the balcony and have breakfast in peace.

Elena Riedel

After nine stops from Aschaffenburg to Florence to Berlin, Elena has landed back in Franconia and actually settled down. The fact that her very old house has a tower room offers her some comfort over the fact that the to-do lists never get shorter. Elena loves to write lists; she even prefers to check off the things she has done on them.

For a change of perspective, she likes to lie down in her hammock with a good book. Because she loves anticipation, she is always busy planning the next travel route. Her lifeblood is the establishment of a literature house in Würzburg.

My ideal start to the day?

Elena’s morning routine is a backgammon match with her husband over a cup of black coffee. Why? When you play, you don’t have to talk much, which is wonderful before the first coffee. The only appropriate sound in the morning is the purring of her tomcat, Elvis.

Philipp Schwanbeck

Philipp is the nice guy next door who doesn’t like to be put in a corner. Perhaps because he does not dare to commit himself or simply because many things fascinate him: Music as listener, the night as enabler, windsurfing as a beginner, absurdity as observer.

He approaches texts, on the other hand, not only as a reader, but also as a writer: good stories from the lives (of others) need to be written down. In his spare time, Philipp’s instinct for escaping reality leads him alternately to the jugger playing field or to the rehearsals of a laid-back student choir.

My ideal start to the day?

The sun is shining, to wake up briefly just outside the door. Feel what small visions for the upcoming day arise and then realize that the stars are also just favored to implement them.

Stefanie Müller

“Always forward, never back” is the motto of the Nuremberg native. The first step out of her home led her to the Big Bad City. Next, she wants to live in a tree house in Costa Rica. You know, someday, once she grows up. Until then, she is enjoying the capital’s myriad of opportunities. She prefers to spend sunny days listening to soft techno beats and playing cards by the lake.

When it rains outside, she cozies up with a dinosaur movie. Or reads—and always out loud. On one hand, there are dramaturgical reasons for this. On the other hand, she is reading to her plants. It is well-known talking to them makes plants happy. After studying journalism, she is now immersing herself in everyday agency life. She is at least semi-proficient in kicking. Lucky for her that the intimidating reputation of “Stefanie Sturmstiefel” precedes her…

My ideal start to the day?

For breakfast, a grilled cheese sandwich. And then scurrying back to bed. Now listen to an audio drama and comfortably doze a bit more, and the morning is perfect.

Andreas Oertel

These are the three things you need to know about Andreas: two meters tall, East Frisian blood, and an original Berliner. Only the Hanseatic city of Hamburg and the Irish city of Limerick could lure him out of his neighborhood for a while. Andreas is proud of his roots in Wedding, a working-class district that is gradually becoming gentrified. The Berliner approached his career choice rather naively.

It should be something with communication because talking to each other can never hurt—both privately and professionally. And because he found PR to be more subtle than traditional advertising, he eventually landed in public relations work. After several positions in communications agencies, he is now looking forward to going a very, very long way with schoesslers.

My ideal start to the day?

That’s the beauty of PR: First, scan the media and get up to speed. On Sunday, rather with a hearty breakfast and a physical reading.

Judith Plaßwilm

Move from the Lower Rhine to the North? “It can be done,” Judith thought to herself. In no time at all, Hamburg became her home port. She no longer wants to do without the Hamburg wind and the occasionally wet and gray weather. Simply Nordic at heart. With a thick portion of Rhinish openness and good humor, of course.

After professional roles in (Online) Marketing and as a (Corporate) Communications Manager in the finance and HR scene and her exams in Journalism & PR, she is now where she always wanted to be: the PR and media world.

When she is not busy working on various PR projects, thinking up strategies, and writing texts, she’s out walking, dancing her head off to her favorite music in the living room, playing sports, watching series, devouring books, or texting her friends. A love of words—on both a large and small scale.

Birgit Götz

With her expertise and always friendly manner, Birgit captivated the entire schoesslers family from the very beginning. Music, painting, fashion, literature, good food, and her three goddaughters make her heart beat faster. Her greatest passions are traveling and hiking: On vacation, she likes to run more than 20 kilometers and 1,200 meters in altitude, for example in the Albanian mountains or in Georgia. To so much power we say “Wow!” When she is not hiking the beautiful outdoors, she is on fire for her work in Team Wilsons.

My ideal start to the day?

Waking up slowly, lots of coffee, time to stretch and wake up, and a bright blue sky.

Carolin Brockhausen

Having grown up on a farm in the idyllic Münsterland, Carolin moved to beautiful Lower Franconia to study after a (more or less) short detour via Australia and New Zealand. When you study “something with media,” a trip to Down Under is of course a must. Why it drove her to the south of Germany, of all places, she herself no longer knows exactly.

But she has never regretted it. When time permits, Carolin enjoys traveling back home to visit family, dog, cats, and chickens. There you can also find her more often on the tractor or building the next chicken coop. Her greatest passion, however, is playing volleyball. As a result, she spends most of her free time in the gym with her team. Go Lengfeld!

My ideal start to the day?

Being woken up by the sun and reading some cheesy historical novel for an hour until someone shouts “breakfast is ready”… (you can still dream).

Judith Hente

Judith actually feels comfortable everywhere. Whether in her home village on the edge of the Harz Mountains, in the metropolises of the world, or in the small city of Würzburg. The only important thing is that you can experience something! And that there are people who take her out for cake and coffee. When she’s not on the road, Judith likes to curl up with a good book, talk on the phone, or send the hundredth voice memo.

Her friends already joke that having her own podcast wouldn’t be a bad idea… So, it’s no wonder that she found her way into the communications industry while still studying English. In any case, she never gets bored here because agency life offers the best conditions for pursuing all her interests: writing, reading, networking, organizing, and exchanging ideas with exciting people on current topics.

My ideal start to the day?

Getting up early, a round of yoga, or a long walk along the Main with a podcast or favorite music in my ears. Then an extended breakfast with rolls and coffee… But sometimes it is enough to dream about it and stay in bed for a very long time.

Jochen Kalka

Jochen Kalka

Jochen grew up in beautiful Stuttgart, which brings the big advantage that now he likes almost every place. But he particularly likes Berlin and has always been drawn towards the buzzing capital.

He fully enjoys the fact that he can now race to his appointments with his bike. His passion is anything text-related, so he likes to read books while listening to music (when he’s not mixing and matching sounds on the computer himself). Which in return nobody has to like.

The best way to start my day?

The powers of recollection before the first cup of coffee are extremely limited. The perfect complement is a pretzel, but the supply situation outside of Baden-Württemberg is extremely poor, which is why you have to resort to Schrippen or jelly donuts (Pfannkuchen) in Berlin. But I can live with that.

Jenny Fischer

Jenny has been a team member since the early days, so she has seen and helped shaped the history of schoesslers all the way so far. With her experience, creativity and sense of humor, she keeps a cool head even in stormy times and ensures that her clients arrive to any port safely.

In her free time, instead of steering customers to safety, she steers the sewing machine for her small handmade label, loves the contemporary literature of TC Boyle, and is a passionate carnival “jeck”. KÖLLE ALAAF!

The best way to start my day?

My perfect day starts with a strong coffee, a big breakfast with friends, and “I Sat By the Ocean” by Queens of the Stone Age.

Johanna Baldus

While a few years ago she was a regular guest on the film industry’s red carpets, these days Johanna is passionate about innovative B2C ideas. In her free time, you’ll find her in a museum, at the movies, or on the couch reading a good book.

The best way to start my day?

The perfect start to my day is breakfast on the balcony, fresh rolls, good music, and sunshine on my face!

Julia Schoessler

Prof. Dr. Julia Schössler

Together with Buffy, she is the longest serving team member at schoesslers. She actually has no idea what she’d rather be doing and happily enjoys the incredible luxury of being surrounded by so many fantastic people day-in and day-out. And of course, by Buffy, too.

The best way to start my day?

I’m an early bird, no matter how short the night was! I am always cheerful and difficult to bear for people who don’t do mornings. I have to go out with Buffy anyway.

Corinna Leschke

Without music, life would be only half as beautiful! As a passionate saxophonist, Corinna loves music of all types and enjoys playing jazz and film soundtracks. She loves traveling the world, is always interested in getting to know new cultures, and has a passion for baking.

The best way to start my day?

A perfect day for me begins with a clear blue sky, sunshine, birdsong and a big breakfast—preferably in the fresh air!

Colin Marotzke

Although he regularly succumbs to the retro charm of supposedly antiquated technology and prefers the warm, analogue acoustics of decades old polyvinyl chloride over digital perfection, he also has a soft spot for the postmodern world of zeros and ones.

The native Berliner can be characterized by the ambivalence of digital nativity and analogue socialization. However, he sees no immanent conflict in that. He ostentatiously cultivates a lifestyle that combines the advantages of both worlds while maintaining a balance between screen and print.

Just as he browses through small shops on the eternal search for new and old records for his collection, he combs through the digital jungle with great curiosity on the lookout for technical innovations of all kinds and complexions.

Philipp Bieschke

Born in one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, Freiburg im Breisgau, and raised in the Lower Bavarian town of Plattling – which by the way had gained fame in the heroic epic “Nibelungenlied” – Philipp decided to leave rural life behind and move to Berlin.

He has been living in the German capital since the November 3rd, 2013, and he never regretted moving to the Spree metropolis. Philipp remembers the date so accurately, because it was his birthday present to himself. However, Philipp doesn’t limit “choosing the opposite side” to his place of residence.

He also switched sides professionally. After working as a journalist for newspapers and TV, the other side seduced him, and he finally ended up in PR. And by the way, in case you’re wondering, there’s no need for him to miss Bavarian beer in Berlin, because the breweries from southern Germany seem to have “annexed” the local beer market with their products.

Stephanie Tanzel

Moin! Born in Hannover, she´s not truly a child of the north, but she loves fish buns (Fischbrötchen) and the rough coastal wind. And it didn’t stop her from traveling the world either. It is one of her great passions.

Most of all, she likes countries where she doesn’t understand a single word, but where the food tastes great and where people are happily trying to communicate with her with their hands and feet. In the meantime, Berlin has become her home base.

The hustle and bustle of the city keeps her wanderlust alive. And work helps as well. After all, is there a better way to satisfy your own curiosity than to immerse regularly into exciting new topics?

Elisa Randelzhofer

Elisa grew up in Karlsruhe, in beautiful Baden-Württemberg. During a visit in Berlin, she fell in love with the capital and simply stayed. As a multi-talent, she loves the challenges and opportunities in cross-channel communication and likes to take the two-pronged approach:

digital and analog is not only her choice in public relations, but also in photography. In the evening or on weekends, she is always in for a cold beer, a lactose-free cappuccino or one / two / three (check if applicable) ice-cream scoops – preferably in her neighbourhood Moabit.

The best way to start my day?

As soon as the alarm rings, I get up. At least during the week. On weekends, it can also be a little later in the morning until you’ll see me enjoying my breakfast. However, the relevance of breakfast is completely independent of the weekday and carries the prestigious title “most important meal of the day”.

Luise Lingstädt

Luise is always accompanied by her big, beautiful German Shepherd Philo. The happy duo goes through thick and thin, even at work, in restaurants and the open-air cinema. The two are followed by comments like “Oh, a wolf” and the question “May I pet him?”.

Both are deep relaxed daydreamers who love long walks and would like to own a large farm with numerous animals one day. At home, they are under the strict rule of their Greek cat Jimmy Knopf, who has taken their hearts by storm and keeps them both busy.

The leisure time is spent with many excursions across Germany, so that Mr. Philo can proudly claim to have traveled most of the country. The two enjoy spending the day at the dog beach or walk through the lake district in their old home Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

After many trips and a few stays abroad, the two globetrotters have permanently pitched their tents in the beautiful village of Reinickendorf and are ready for all the beautiful adventures that life has to offer.

André Glasmacher

André is interested in people and good stories. He designs, writes and pitches. Even if a story heats up, he always knows where the fire extinguisher is. He would like to be able to play table soccer better and loves languages. Currently he is learning Turkish and Chinese. He likes exotic wines. Currently he is discovering Azerbaijani white wine.

The best way to start my day?

Getting up early, a coffee, and then reading a book offline. The cell phone is allowed to sleep in.

Nicole Sensche

If you want to transition smoothly from a political discussion of the Middle East conflict into a conversation about the boy groups of the 1990s, Nicole is the right address. She lives diversity and, thanks to her many years of PR experience, is very familiar with niche topics. Communication is and remains her passion, which she now pursues far away from the Berlin headquarters in Würzburg.

The best way to start my day?

On weekends with sunshine, a big cup of coffee and no to-dos, please. During the working week, actually the same, but with breakfast television.

Eva

Eva Türk

The rolled “r” and her predilection for good half-pint reveal her Franconian roots immediately. She’s been fascinated by the impact of words long before her literature sciences studies, and that’s why she’s a fan of good movie quotes, honest song lyrics, exciting books and funny podcasts. She’s also interested in a wide variety of topics and enjoys working in new areas professionally.

The best way to start my day?

Without an alarm clock, but rather with lots of sunshine and a cup of Darjeeling on the terrace. However, within ten minutes I’m usually happily sitting crisscrossed on my bathmat to make the switch from zombie mode to “ok let’s do this”.

Friedrike

Friederike von Ripka

Born and raised in Stuttgart, she’s looking for what exciting adventures the capital has to offer. Her passions are traveling, dancing and dining out. She has a sunny personality and faces every day with enthusiasm.

The best way to start my day?

When the sun shines! Then the morning is already perfect. The whole thing is crowned with a cup of fresh coffee and plenty of time in the morning. Then it really is the perfect start!

Henriette Hetz

Always surrounded by a large family (five sisters), Henriette likes be surrounded by many of her loved ones and feels comfortable in the midst of all the hustle and bustle. She will always listen to your problems and share a beer. When things get quieter, Henriette devotes herself to the stories in her large bookshelf.

Here you can find everything your heart desires. From exciting adventures to funny experiences and up to philosophical thoughts. She can live out her love of communication both in her studies and here at schoesslers.

The best way to start my day?

During the week, the rule is: No shrill sounds! Then follows half an hour of me-time to wake up and there always has to be time for an extensive breakfast.

Fabian Lebus

Raised in pretty, but rather uneventful Brandenburg, Fabian now lives in the more exciting Spandau, right on the border between big city life and endless forest. He calls cinema his second home – here you can find him at least once a week.

Half of his free time he spends traveling, the other half on the sofa, preferably. All in all, he is probably a bit quiet, but that’s only because he is always highly concentrated.

The best way to start my day?

Not necessarily sleeping till noon, but before getting up I like to complete some videos from my watchlist which is way too long.

Tomás Koval

You can always find him with a camera in his hand. Tomas loves visual communication, whether it is photography, video, animation, illustration or 3D modeling, he always finds a new way to express himself.

He gets his energy and inspiration from being in the fresh air, hunting, reading or watching older films, which is also where his motto comes from: “Whatever you end up doing, love it” (Cinema Paradiso).

The best way to start my day?
Get up early, drink coffee, go out and do some sports.

Elena Hurt

After Elena left her hometown for five years to study and work in Cologne, she has now returned to beautiful Franconia. Her passions are music – be it played by herself or listened to – True Crime Podcasts and long walks in nature. Once a year she returns to Germany’s media capital: Visiting gamescom with friends is a must-do since her teenage years.

The best way to start my day?

After waking up, she staggers half asleep to the fridge to get an energy-drink – because not one day can start without it. Afterwards the day can begin. On the weekend, she likes to relax on her rooftop terrace to read a good book or listen to a podcast.

Nadja Pladt

Easily excitable and a hopeless optimist is how Nadja would describe herself. After having spent almost her entire life in Berlin, she moved her life from the river Spree to the ‘Mee,’ as locals call it. She made sure to take her openness and curiosity with her down to Lower Franconia, where she came upon an agency that represented the perfect symbiosis of her old and new home.

Nadja prefers a good mix of action, relaxation, and contemplation. Her degree in American Studies and English Philology made her travel to the UK and USA. Early on, she found out she feels most at home wherever she encounters inspiring people and ideas.

The best way to start my day?

Green Tea, porridge, and a good book. With more time left, preferably doing some ironing, in combination with a podcast.

Kerstin Pradel

Born and raised in Volkach next to the meandering Main River, Kerstin was drawn to the Spessart region at the age of 21. As someone who prefers the country life and enjoys living in the middle of the green countryside, she currently owns a house surrounded by horses and sheep. Nevertheless, she loves big cities, which inspired her to pair her countryside life with a city-based job.

Frankfurt am Main, Stuttgart, and Munich were important stops in her professional career. After some time, she decided to return to her original home region. By lucky coincidence, schoesslers had then just established a new office in Würzburg. Franconian wine, music, concerts, books, K-dramas, and indoor rowing are her passions. Not to forget her favorite activity, which is using Google.

The best way to start my day?
Fifteen minutes for coffee and the daily newspaper and with that the start to the day is perfect!

Laura-Louise Klauke

Even though her hometown of Trostberg is disparagingly and sarcastically called “Trostlos” (which means desolate) in the vernacular, she does not lack optimism. Equipped with a great deal of thirst for adventure, she was initially drawn to Munich for her initial journalistic ambitions, then to Passau for a bachelor’s degree in the humanities and – a dream of her francophile passion came true – to Quebec City,

only to end up back in the Bavarian capital for her master’s degree in “European Ethnology”. Meanwhile, thanks to a period of professional discovery, she got to know many different industries. Eventually, the hobby historian, self-proclaimed sustainability commissioner and design lover moved to Augsburg (still not quite sure if this is

Swabia or Upper Bavaria or both – could possibly be due to a lack of sense of direction). Here she enjoys a dog-rich everyday life, in which the combination of street dog Charlie and Dalmatian Ella keeps her plenty on the go. So, fur is an obligatory must. And what else? A bit of France here and there, s’il vous plaît! And books, always many, many books with a wonderful paper scent.

Charlina Goldhoorn

Originally from Hanover (long live Altwarmbüchen!), Charlina was initially drawn to the bustling capital city for her second degree after stints in Spain and Colombia. After her initial time in schoessler’s team, however, it was hard to say goodbye, so she decided to stay on to support the team as a volunteer.

Her great passion is dancing—and if you don’t meet her at a dance event or at sports, she loves to travel and learn new languages. Fun fact: As a dog lover, she can’t walk past a single four-legged friend without giving them a proper greeting.

My ideal start to the day?

My perfect morning starts with a power program at the gym, and then I ’njoy breakfast on the beach or on the balcony.

Linda Amamra

Linda feels at home everywhere. Born in Dresden, raised in the beautiful low mountain range near Cologne, she has now been living for a while as a “new migrant” in the wine country of Franconia. She was drawn to Franconia primarily because of her studies in political science in Würzburg and Erlangen.

This in turn brought her to the wide world: to Algiers and Berlin. Therefore, her great passion, besides communication and networking, is politics. She is so passionate for politics that she voluntarily spends weekends in stuffy event halls debating politics.

Another passion is cooking, which has already given her the opportunity to try her luck on Germany’s most-watched cooking show, Die Küchenschlacht (Kitchen Chaos). In her spare time, you can find her on a plane heading off to explore new cultures, on horseback galloping across the Franconian prairie, playing volleyball, or volunteering with the fire department.

Juliane Thiel

Love for Berlin is great: After years in Munich and Frankfurt, Juliane was drawn back to the Spree. Her last professional roles were as varied as the cities in which she lived: Editor in a literary publishing house, communications manager of an international festival, consultant in a top federal authority.

Fortunately, what could always be found outside the offices were cafes serving cakes, a Lindy Hop scene of swinging and laughing, and people wanting to talk about books. Because that’s what Juliane always gets: cheerful exchanges and critical opinions. She also appreciates weekends in the countryside. For her, coffee-making in the garden and walks in the woods are the best way to balance the bustle of everyday life.

My ideal start to the day?

Drinking the day’s first coffee in the sunshine on the Hollywood swing in the garden with your eyes closed.

Norma Jean Levin

After a few years in beautiful southern Lower Saxony, first as a student of politics and law while being a local radio reporter on the side, and then after graduation as a trainee at a daily newspaper, Norma Jean moved with her family to the capital—almost directly under the TV tower.

In the meantime, she and her daughter will soon know every playground in the Mitte district, the tastiest to-go coffee, and the most exciting bookstores and second-hand stores. She now brings her previous journalistic knowledge and a lot of enthusiasm to the communication work at schoesslers. What Norma Jean loves, other than family and job: Writing to-do lists, trying new recipes, diving headfirst into stories (whether books or series), and downtime at the gym.

My ideal start to the day?

Sleep in, sun rays, baked rolls, caramel macchiato.

Jochen Kalka
Julia Schoessler
Eva
Friedrike

Nathalie Meyer

Our Office Manager Nathalie is a real Frenchie! But to be honest, home is wherever she makes herself a home. In her former profession, gastronomy, she was able to live out her passion for travel extensively and was allowed to work in many countries. Her greatest adventure took her all the way to Australia, where she met a real Berliner. She settled down with him and made Berlin her new home.

 

Nathalie always needs something to do – idleness is not for her. However, fun and relaxation should not be neglected. She usually finds this on her bike, while longboarding or on walks through the forest. Of course, all the activities including her lovely family.

My ideal start to the day?

Being gently awakened by my QUIET children with a loving “Mom, I made you breakfast”. Then a relaxing two cups of black coffee and enjoying a rich breakfast without accidents…Hach, always these daydreams. 😊

Selina Dietrich

“New paths are created while walking” – this motto has accompanied Selina all her life. She is always open to new challenges and loves to explore the world in its most beautiful facets.

Although she feels most comfortable at home in beautiful Mainfranken, she is always drawn to distant countries. Her favorite travel destination is definitely Florida – sun, palm trees, sea and delicious food.

For Selina, the world of media means one thing above all: variety. Whether it was radio, television or online editing, she passed through a wide variety of stations during her time at university and is very much looking forward to exploring the exciting world of PR with the team at schoesslers.

My ideal start to the day?

Sleeping in and being woken up by the sun (preferably somewhere by the sea). Then I snuggle up with my dog Charlie for a while and have a big breakfast afterwards – just relaxed!

Leona Bruners

Leona is a north child. Having grown up in North Rhine-Westphalia, she moved further north and discovered her new home in Hamburg. Seagulls and sea breeze are as much a part of her everyday life as trying out new recipes or spending time with her friends in a nice café. She is a musical lover, list maker, globetrotter, sweet tooth and creative idea finder.

My ideal start to the day?

My perfect morning starts with a cup of tea, some quiet time to plan the day and let my mind wander.

Kathryn Weiser

Kathryn (Katie) Weiser is a born-and-raised American, having grown up in the suburbs of the home of the cheesesteak, Rocky Balboa and the Liberty Bell, Philadelphia. She grew up bilingual (German-English), and her German roots go back to the Weserbergland region of Lower Saxony. Katie emigrated to Potsdam, Germany in 2017 for her bachelor’s degree program European Media Studies at the University of Potsdam. Even in her first couple semesters she realized that she enjoys working in PR and has been working in Tech-PR since 2018.

In her free time, Katie practices both her flute and her Spanish. Besides that, she spends a lot of her time with friends, either in Potsdam’s historical city center or its quiet Waldstadt.

My ideal start to the day?

I’ve always been a real night owl. My dad always said to (or about) me: “If God wanted Katie to see the sun rise, it wouldn’t rise ‘til 12”. In that sense, my perfect morning doesn’t start until lunchtime and includes a good cup of coffee and just chilling out.

Gina Krüger

Having grown up in the heart of Berlin, Gina knows her way around the capital metropolis and is always enthusiastic about new things. Whether through photography, fashion, or design, her favorite thing to do is bring out her creative streak. After a short stopover in London and a commercial apprenticeship in media business, her path led her to study business administration with a focus on the digital economy.

Due to her Northern Irish roots and bilingual upbringing, language and communication have played an important role for her from an early age; during her studies, it was clear that she wanted to go in the direction of digital communication. When she is not sitting in front of her laptop typing away, she can be found mainly in the Kreuzberg neighborhood, where she likes to stroll along the riverbank or sample Berlin’s bar and restaurant scene with friends.

My ideal start to the day?

Either start the day early and productively with a workout or sleep in late and then enjoy a big breakfast. The main thing is that the sun is shining, the sky is blue, and the coffee is good.

Christina Bornschein

From “Mainhattan” to “Mainfranken”: Christina moved from Frankfurt to Würzburg to study. After a few brief stops in the south of Germany, she gladly moved back to the Franconian metropolis a few years ago. Here she strolls through the historic city center or drinks a Franconian wine on the old Main bridge or at one of the many festivals. The biologist spent some time in science PR.

After exciting topics in neurobiology and quantum physics, she is now looking forward to the digital economy—and to immersing herself in the colorful agency world.
Having traded in her car for a bike, she arrives at work exhilarated each morning, but, on wet & rainy days, she wonders if this really was a good idea.

My ideal start to the day?
Breakfast is life—therefore, for her, a perfect morning is when she is well-rested and can enjoy breakfast with friends in a café that serves good coffee. While taking that in, she observes passers-by.

Amy Fromm

Amy was born as a real “fish head” in Rostock, where she also began to pursue media studies. Love and the desire for a new adventure then led her to the beautiful capital in the fall of 2021. She is now continuing her studies in Berlin and, after her year in Australia, can finally enjoy the advantages of the big city again, which she had missed a bit in her home state.

Northern Germans are generally said to be taciturn, not very empathetic, and unapproachable. Amy, however, sees her heritage as strengths rather than weaknesses. She focuses on the essentials, is extremely resilient, and is there when you need her. After all, we have all learned from the Game of Thrones series: the North is loyal.

Besides acquiring knowledge of series, Amy also loves to dance. For 15 years, she has continued the interest that began in preschool with theater dance and ballet with hip hop. She has to first get used to the pace of life in Berlin and the sarcasm, but she already feels right at home at schoesslers.

Jörg Pensberg

Jörg likes to commute by train between Hamburg and Berlin and to the south; he spends his private time with his daughter on the North Sea. For balance, he always looks for the nearest Pilates studio or spreads out his mat; otherwise, you can find him on the water with a sail and motor, hopefully soon an electric one. Friends also refer to him as Gadget Guy, as he enjoys working with hardware and software very much.

My ideal start to the day?

My morning routine starts with Pilates every morning at 07:00, followed by water and juice and then an oat coffee at 10:00.

Kai-Hinrich Renner

Curiosity, a tendency to reinvent himself at irregular intervals, a faible for language, the love for soccer, for the French cinema of the 1960s-1980s, for seafood and Italian food, for black music and since a few years also for house and techno – that’s Kai.

My ideal start to the day?

Without a large cappuccino in bed before getting up, nothing works for me. On weekends, there’s also the big round of jogging along the Elbe and back through the parks of Hamburg’s Elbe suburbs.

Angelo D’Abundo

Angelo’s media career began early: His birth was announced by a Berlin daily newspaper. After a formative phase in Berlin Wedding in the post-reunification period, the next media coup came: participation in the epoch-making TV show Dingsda with Werner Schmidbauer. He gained editorial experience 15 years later at a Berlin media group and a weekly newspaper.

His big goal: to make the front page again on his last birthday. On weekends, you can meet the political scientist and Germanist in the Tiergarten and antiquarian bookshops, where there is a bit of a smell. His interests include rampant research, political happenings, and cheese.

My ideal start to the day?

Ice cream, strawberries, and The Wire.

Julia Bittermann

“Julia is like a box of chocolates: You never know what you’re going to get!” is how one of her teammates describes our Julia No. 2. She always likes to try out things she hasn’t seen before, she has many an unusual experience up her sleeve: a rally from Düsseldorf to Shanghai, finding her voice on language learning materials for German learners in Japan, or simply winning a trip to Australia in a video competition.

That she also learned the languages that she encountered along the way—of course! It’s good that PR and communications also offer a consistently versatile playing field with new topics and components for her…

My ideal start to the day?

The sun is shining through the window. I can lie down for a while. Maybe Bill Withers’ “Lovely Day” is playing from somewhere, and, on the breakfast table on a terrace by the sea, flowers are already waiting for me… Ha, *dream*?

Alina Chekaibe

After studying in the beautiful Allgäu region, this native of Aschaffenburg moved to the big city of Frankfurt, where she discovered her passion for the PR industry. After four exciting years in the bustle of the big city, it was finally time for a change—and so she and her partner headed for their mutual home region: the beautiful Franconian countryside.

Trips to the surrounding nature, going out for a delicious meal and a glass of wine with family and friends, or watching the latest blockbuster at the cinema, all this makes her heart beat faster.

My ideal start to the day?

After a restful sleep (min. 8 hours), drink a hot coffee on the balcony and have breakfast in peace.

Elena Riedel

After nine stops from Aschaffenburg to Florence to Berlin, Elena has landed back in Franconia and actually settled down. The fact that her very old house has a tower room offers her some comfort over the fact that the to-do lists never get shorter. Elena loves to write lists; she even prefers to check off the things she has done on them.

For a change of perspective, she likes to lie down in her hammock with a good book. Because she loves anticipation, she is always busy planning the next travel route. Her lifeblood is the establishment of a literature house in Würzburg.

My ideal start to the day?

Elena’s morning routine is a backgammon match with her husband over a cup of black coffee. Why? When you play, you don’t have to talk much, which is wonderful before the first coffee. The only appropriate sound in the morning is the purring of her tomcat, Elvis.

Philipp Schwanbeck

Philipp is the nice guy next door who doesn’t like to be put in a corner. Perhaps because he does not dare to commit himself or simply because many things fascinate him: Music as listener, the night as enabler, windsurfing as a beginner, absurdity as observer.

He approaches texts, on the other hand, not only as a reader, but also as a writer: good stories from the lives (of others) need to be written down. In his spare time, Philipp’s instinct for escaping reality leads him alternately to the jugger playing field or to the rehearsals of a laid-back student choir.

My ideal start to the day?

The sun is shining, to wake up briefly just outside the door. Feel what small visions for the upcoming day arise and then realize that the stars are also just favored to implement them.

Stefanie Müller

“Always forward, never back” is the motto of the Nuremberg native. The first step out of her home led her to the Big Bad City. Next, she wants to live in a tree house in Costa Rica. You know, someday, once she grows up. Until then, she is enjoying the capital’s myriad of opportunities. She prefers to spend sunny days listening to soft techno beats and playing cards by the lake.

When it rains outside, she cozies up with a dinosaur movie. Or reads—and always out loud. On one hand, there are dramaturgical reasons for this. On the other hand, she is reading to her plants. It is well-known talking to them makes plants happy. After studying journalism, she is now immersing herself in everyday agency life. She is at least semi-proficient in kicking. Lucky for her that the intimidating reputation of “Stefanie Sturmstiefel” precedes her…

My ideal start to the day?

For breakfast, a grilled cheese sandwich. And then scurrying back to bed. Now listen to an audio drama and comfortably doze a bit more, and the morning is perfect.

Andreas Oertel

These are the three things you need to know about Andreas: two meters tall, East Frisian blood, and an original Berliner. Only the Hanseatic city of Hamburg and the Irish city of Limerick could lure him out of his neighborhood for a while. Andreas is proud of his roots in Wedding, a working-class district that is gradually becoming gentrified. The Berliner approached his career choice rather naively.

It should be something with communication because talking to each other can never hurt—both privately and professionally. And because he found PR to be more subtle than traditional advertising, he eventually landed in public relations work. After several positions in communications agencies, he is now looking forward to going a very, very long way with schoesslers.

My ideal start to the day?

That’s the beauty of PR: First, scan the media and get up to speed. On Sunday, rather with a hearty breakfast and a physical reading.

Judith Plaßwilm

Move from the Lower Rhine to the North? “It can be done,” Judith thought to herself. In no time at all, Hamburg became her home port. She no longer wants to do without the Hamburg wind and the occasionally wet and gray weather. Simply Nordic at heart. With a thick portion of Rhinish openness and good humor, of course.

After professional roles in (Online) Marketing and as a (Corporate) Communications Manager in the finance and HR scene and her exams in Journalism & PR, she is now where she always wanted to be: the PR and media world.

When she is not busy working on various PR projects, thinking up strategies, and writing texts, she’s out walking, dancing her head off to her favorite music in the living room, playing sports, watching series, devouring books, or texting her friends. A love of words—on both a large and small scale.

Birgit Götz

With her expertise and always friendly manner, Birgit captivated the entire schoesslers family from the very beginning. Music, painting, fashion, literature, good food, and her three goddaughters make her heart beat faster. Her greatest passions are traveling and hiking: On vacation, she likes to run more than 20 kilometers and 1,200 meters in altitude, for example in the Albanian mountains or in Georgia. To so much power we say “Wow!” When she is not hiking the beautiful outdoors, she is on fire for her work in Team Wilsons.

My ideal start to the day?

Waking up slowly, lots of coffee, time to stretch and wake up, and a bright blue sky.

Carolin Brockhausen

Having grown up on a farm in the idyllic Münsterland, Carolin moved to beautiful Lower Franconia to study after a (more or less) short detour via Australia and New Zealand. When you study “something with media,” a trip to Down Under is of course a must. Why it drove her to the south of Germany, of all places, she herself no longer knows exactly.

But she has never regretted it. When time permits, Carolin enjoys traveling back home to visit family, dog, cats, and chickens. There you can also find her more often on the tractor or building the next chicken coop. Her greatest passion, however, is playing volleyball. As a result, she spends most of her free time in the gym with her team. Go Lengfeld!

My ideal start to the day?

Being woken up by the sun and reading some cheesy historical novel for an hour until someone shouts “breakfast is ready”… (you can still dream).

Judith Hente

Judith actually feels comfortable everywhere. Whether in her home village on the edge of the Harz Mountains, in the metropolises of the world, or in the small city of Würzburg. The only important thing is that you can experience something! And that there are people who take her out for cake and coffee. When she’s not on the road, Judith likes to curl up with a good book, talk on the phone, or send the hundredth voice memo.

Her friends already joke that having her own podcast wouldn’t be a bad idea… So, it’s no wonder that she found her way into the communications industry while still studying English. In any case, she never gets bored here because agency life offers the best conditions for pursuing all her interests: writing, reading, networking, organizing, and exchanging ideas with exciting people on current topics.

My ideal start to the day?

Getting up early, a round of yoga, or a long walk along the Main with a podcast or favorite music in my ears. Then an extended breakfast with rolls and coffee… But sometimes it is enough to dream about it and stay in bed for a very long time.

Jochen Kalka

Jochen Kalka

Jochen grew up in beautiful Stuttgart, which brings the big advantage that now he likes almost every place. But he particularly likes Berlin and has always been drawn towards the buzzing capital.

He fully enjoys the fact that he can now race to his appointments with his bike. His passion is anything text-related, so he likes to read books while listening to music (when he’s not mixing and matching sounds on the computer himself). Which in return nobody has to like.

The best way to start my day?

The powers of recollection before the first cup of coffee are extremely limited. The perfect complement is a pretzel, but the supply situation outside of Baden-Württemberg is extremely poor, which is why you have to resort to Schrippen or jelly donuts (Pfannkuchen) in Berlin. But I can live with that.

Jenny Fischer

Jenny has been a team member since the early days, so she has seen and helped shaped the history of schoesslers all the way so far. With her experience, creativity and sense of humor, she keeps a cool head even in stormy times and ensures that her clients arrive to any port safely.

In her free time, instead of steering customers to safety, she steers the sewing machine for her small handmade label, loves the contemporary literature of TC Boyle, and is a passionate carnival “jeck”. KÖLLE ALAAF!

The best way to start my day?

My perfect day starts with a strong coffee, a big breakfast with friends, and “I Sat By the Ocean” by Queens of the Stone Age.

Johanna Baldus

While a few years ago she was a regular guest on the film industry’s red carpets, these days Johanna is passionate about innovative B2C ideas. In her free time, you’ll find her in a museum, at the movies, or on the couch reading a good book.

The best way to start my day?

The perfect start to my day is breakfast on the balcony, fresh rolls, good music, and sunshine on my face!

Julia Schoessler

Prof. Dr. Julia Schössler

Together with Buffy, she is the longest serving team member at schoesslers. She actually has no idea what she’d rather be doing and happily enjoys the incredible luxury of being surrounded by so many fantastic people day-in and day-out. And of course, by Buffy, too.

The best way to start my day?

I’m an early bird, no matter how short the night was! I am always cheerful and difficult to bear for people who don’t do mornings. I have to go out with Buffy anyway.

Corinna Leschke

Without music, life would be only half as beautiful! As a passionate saxophonist, Corinna loves music of all types and enjoys playing jazz and film soundtracks. She loves traveling the world, is always interested in getting to know new cultures, and has a passion for baking.

The best way to start my day?

A perfect day for me begins with a clear blue sky, sunshine, birdsong and a big breakfast—preferably in the fresh air!

Colin Marotzke

Although he regularly succumbs to the retro charm of supposedly antiquated technology and prefers the warm, analogue acoustics of decades old polyvinyl chloride over digital perfection, he also has a soft spot for the postmodern world of zeros and ones.

The native Berliner can be characterized by the ambivalence of digital nativity and analogue socialization. However, he sees no immanent conflict in that. He ostentatiously cultivates a lifestyle that combines the advantages of both worlds while maintaining a balance between screen and print.

Just as he browses through small shops on the eternal search for new and old records for his collection, he combs through the digital jungle with great curiosity on the lookout for technical innovations of all kinds and complexions.

Philipp Bieschke

Born in one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, Freiburg im Breisgau, and raised in the Lower Bavarian town of Plattling – which by the way had gained fame in the heroic epic “Nibelungenlied” – Philipp decided to leave rural life behind and move to Berlin.

He has been living in the German capital since the November 3rd, 2013, and he never regretted moving to the Spree metropolis. Philipp remembers the date so accurately, because it was his birthday present to himself. However, Philipp doesn’t limit “choosing the opposite side” to his place of residence.

He also switched sides professionally. After working as a journalist for newspapers and TV, the other side seduced him, and he finally ended up in PR. And by the way, in case you’re wondering, there’s no need for him to miss Bavarian beer in Berlin, because the breweries from southern Germany seem to have “annexed” the local beer market with their products.

Stephanie Tanzel

Moin! Born in Hannover, she´s not truly a child of the north, but she loves fish buns (Fischbrötchen) and the rough coastal wind. And it didn’t stop her from traveling the world either. It is one of her great passions.

Most of all, she likes countries where she doesn’t understand a single word, but where the food tastes great and where people are happily trying to communicate with her with their hands and feet. In the meantime, Berlin has become her home base.

The hustle and bustle of the city keeps her wanderlust alive. And work helps as well. After all, is there a better way to satisfy your own curiosity than to immerse regularly into exciting new topics?

Elisa Randelzhofer

Elisa grew up in Karlsruhe, in beautiful Baden-Württemberg. During a visit in Berlin, she fell in love with the capital and simply stayed. As a multi-talent, she loves the challenges and opportunities in cross-channel communication and likes to take the two-pronged approach:

digital and analog is not only her choice in public relations, but also in photography. In the evening or on weekends, she is always in for a cold beer, a lactose-free cappuccino or one / two / three (check if applicable) ice-cream scoops – preferably in her neighbourhood Moabit.

The best way to start my day?

As soon as the alarm rings, I get up. At least during the week. On weekends, it can also be a little later in the morning until you’ll see me enjoying my breakfast. However, the relevance of breakfast is completely independent of the weekday and carries the prestigious title “most important meal of the day”.

Luise Lingstädt

Luise is always accompanied by her big, beautiful German Shepherd Philo. The happy duo goes through thick and thin, even at work, in restaurants and the open-air cinema. The two are followed by comments like “Oh, a wolf” and the question “May I pet him?”.

Both are deep relaxed daydreamers who love long walks and would like to own a large farm with numerous animals one day. At home, they are under the strict rule of their Greek cat Jimmy Knopf, who has taken their hearts by storm and keeps them both busy.

The leisure time is spent with many excursions across Germany, so that Mr. Philo can proudly claim to have traveled most of the country. The two enjoy spending the day at the dog beach or walk through the lake district in their old home Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

After many trips and a few stays abroad, the two globetrotters have permanently pitched their tents in the beautiful village of Reinickendorf and are ready for all the beautiful adventures that life has to offer.

André Glasmacher

André is interested in people and good stories. He designs, writes and pitches. Even if a story heats up, he always knows where the fire extinguisher is. He would like to be able to play table soccer better and loves languages. Currently he is learning Turkish and Chinese. He likes exotic wines. Currently he is discovering Azerbaijani white wine.

The best way to start my day?

Getting up early, a coffee, and then reading a book offline. The cell phone is allowed to sleep in.

Nicole Sensche

If you want to transition smoothly from a political discussion of the Middle East conflict into a conversation about the boy groups of the 1990s, Nicole is the right address. She lives diversity and, thanks to her many years of PR experience, is very familiar with niche topics. Communication is and remains her passion, which she now pursues far away from the Berlin headquarters in Würzburg.

The best way to start my day?

On weekends with sunshine, a big cup of coffee and no to-dos, please. During the working week, actually the same, but with breakfast television.

Eva

Eva Türk

The rolled “r” and her predilection for good half-pint reveal her Franconian roots immediately. She’s been fascinated by the impact of words long before her literature sciences studies, and that’s why she’s a fan of good movie quotes, honest song lyrics, exciting books and funny podcasts. She’s also interested in a wide variety of topics and enjoys working in new areas professionally.

The best way to start my day?

Without an alarm clock, but rather with lots of sunshine and a cup of Darjeeling on the terrace. However, within ten minutes I’m usually happily sitting crisscrossed on my bathmat to make the switch from zombie mode to “ok let’s do this”.

Friedrike

Friederike von Ripka

Born and raised in Stuttgart, she’s looking for what exciting adventures the capital has to offer. Her passions are traveling, dancing and dining out. She has a sunny personality and faces every day with enthusiasm.

The best way to start my day?

When the sun shines! Then the morning is already perfect. The whole thing is crowned with a cup of fresh coffee and plenty of time in the morning. Then it really is the perfect start!

Henriette Hetz

Always surrounded by a large family (five sisters), Henriette likes be surrounded by many of her loved ones and feels comfortable in the midst of all the hustle and bustle. She will always listen to your problems and share a beer. When things get quieter, Henriette devotes herself to the stories in her large bookshelf.

Here you can find everything your heart desires. From exciting adventures to funny experiences and up to philosophical thoughts. She can live out her love of communication both in her studies and here at schoesslers.

The best way to start my day?

During the week, the rule is: No shrill sounds! Then follows half an hour of me-time to wake up and there always has to be time for an extensive breakfast.

Fabian Lebus

Raised in pretty, but rather uneventful Brandenburg, Fabian now lives in the more exciting Spandau, right on the border between big city life and endless forest. He calls cinema his second home – here you can find him at least once a week.

Half of his free time he spends traveling, the other half on the sofa, preferably. All in all, he is probably a bit quiet, but that’s only because he is always highly concentrated.

The best way to start my day?

Not necessarily sleeping till noon, but before getting up I like to complete some videos from my watchlist which is way too long.

Tomás Koval

You can always find him with a camera in his hand. Tomas loves visual communication, whether it is photography, video, animation, illustration or 3D modeling, he always finds a new way to express himself.

He gets his energy and inspiration from being in the fresh air, hunting, reading or watching older films, which is also where his motto comes from: “Whatever you end up doing, love it” (Cinema Paradiso).

The best way to start my day?
Get up early, drink coffee, go out and do some sports.

Elena Hurt

After Elena left her hometown for five years to study and work in Cologne, she has now returned to beautiful Franconia. Her passions are music – be it played by herself or listened to – True Crime Podcasts and long walks in nature. Once a year she returns to Germany’s media capital: Visiting gamescom with friends is a must-do since her teenage years.

The best way to start my day?

After waking up, she staggers half asleep to the fridge to get an energy-drink – because not one day can start without it. Afterwards the day can begin. On the weekend, she likes to relax on her rooftop terrace to read a good book or listen to a podcast.

Nadja Pladt

Easily excitable and a hopeless optimist is how Nadja would describe herself. After having spent almost her entire life in Berlin, she moved her life from the river Spree to the ‘Mee,’ as locals call it. She made sure to take her openness and curiosity with her down to Lower Franconia, where she came upon an agency that represented the perfect symbiosis of her old and new home.

Nadja prefers a good mix of action, relaxation, and contemplation. Her degree in American Studies and English Philology made her travel to the UK and USA. Early on, she found out she feels most at home wherever she encounters inspiring people and ideas.

The best way to start my day?

Green Tea, porridge, and a good book. With more time left, preferably doing some ironing, in combination with a podcast.

Kerstin Pradel

Born and raised in Volkach next to the meandering Main River, Kerstin was drawn to the Spessart region at the age of 21. As someone who prefers the country life and enjoys living in the middle of the green countryside, she currently owns a house surrounded by horses and sheep. Nevertheless, she loves big cities, which inspired her to pair her countryside life with a city-based job.

Frankfurt am Main, Stuttgart, and Munich were important stops in her professional career. After some time, she decided to return to her original home region. By lucky coincidence, schoesslers had then just established a new office in Würzburg. Franconian wine, music, concerts, books, K-dramas, and indoor rowing are her passions. Not to forget her favorite activity, which is using Google.

The best way to start my day?
Fifteen minutes for coffee and the daily newspaper and with that the start to the day is perfect!

Laura-Louise Klauke

Even though her hometown of Trostberg is disparagingly and sarcastically called “Trostlos” (which means desolate) in the vernacular, she does not lack optimism. Equipped with a great deal of thirst for adventure, she was initially drawn to Munich for her initial journalistic ambitions, then to Passau for a bachelor’s degree in the humanities and – a dream of her francophile passion came true – to Quebec City,

only to end up back in the Bavarian capital for her master’s degree in “European Ethnology”. Meanwhile, thanks to a period of professional discovery, she got to know many different industries. Eventually, the hobby historian, self-proclaimed sustainability commissioner and design lover moved to Augsburg (still not quite sure if this is

Swabia or Upper Bavaria or both – could possibly be due to a lack of sense of direction). Here she enjoys a dog-rich everyday life, in which the combination of street dog Charlie and Dalmatian Ella keeps her plenty on the go. So, fur is an obligatory must. And what else? A bit of France here and there, s’il vous plaît! And books, always many, many books with a wonderful paper scent.

Charlina Goldhoorn

Originally from Hanover (long live Altwarmbüchen!), Charlina was initially drawn to the bustling capital city for her second degree after stints in Spain and Colombia. After her initial time in schoessler’s team, however, it was hard to say goodbye, so she decided to stay on to support the team as a volunteer.

Her great passion is dancing—and if you don’t meet her at a dance event or at sports, she loves to travel and learn new languages. Fun fact: As a dog lover, she can’t walk past a single four-legged friend without giving them a proper greeting.

My ideal start to the day?

My perfect morning starts with a power program at the gym, and then I ’njoy breakfast on the beach or on the balcony.

Linda Amamra

Linda feels at home everywhere. Born in Dresden, raised in the beautiful low mountain range near Cologne, she has now been living for a while as a “new migrant” in the wine country of Franconia. She was drawn to Franconia primarily because of her studies in political science in Würzburg and Erlangen.

This in turn brought her to the wide world: to Algiers and Berlin. Therefore, her great passion, besides communication and networking, is politics. She is so passionate for politics that she voluntarily spends weekends in stuffy event halls debating politics.

Another passion is cooking, which has already given her the opportunity to try her luck on Germany’s most-watched cooking show, Die Küchenschlacht (Kitchen Chaos). In her spare time, you can find her on a plane heading off to explore new cultures, on horseback galloping across the Franconian prairie, playing volleyball, or volunteering with the fire department.

Juliane Thiel

Love for Berlin is great: After years in Munich and Frankfurt, Juliane was drawn back to the Spree. Her last professional roles were as varied as the cities in which she lived: Editor in a literary publishing house, communications manager of an international festival, consultant in a top federal authority.

Fortunately, what could always be found outside the offices were cafes serving cakes, a Lindy Hop scene of swinging and laughing, and people wanting to talk about books. Because that’s what Juliane always gets: cheerful exchanges and critical opinions. She also appreciates weekends in the countryside. For her, coffee-making in the garden and walks in the woods are the best way to balance the bustle of everyday life.

My ideal start to the day?

Drinking the day’s first coffee in the sunshine on the Hollywood swing in the garden with your eyes closed.

Norma Jean Levin

After a few years in beautiful southern Lower Saxony, first as a student of politics and law while being a local radio reporter on the side, and then after graduation as a trainee at a daily newspaper, Norma Jean moved with her family to the capital—almost directly under the TV tower.

In the meantime, she and her daughter will soon know every playground in the Mitte district, the tastiest to-go coffee, and the most exciting bookstores and second-hand stores. She now brings her previous journalistic knowledge and a lot of enthusiasm to the communication work at schoesslers. What Norma Jean loves, other than family and job: Writing to-do lists, trying new recipes, diving headfirst into stories (whether books or series), and downtime at the gym.

My ideal start to the day?

Sleep in, sun rays, baked rolls, caramel macchiato.

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