At our owner-run agency, we're passionate about PR and come to work each day brimming with enthusiasm about dealing with people as individuals. Our seasoned consultants feel a keen sense of duty to their clients and to the work they do and are, themselves, all the reason we need to keep on investing in quality and professionalism.
For Ralf, who has a Master's Degree in Business & Engineering, designing, building and deploying communications as a strategic asset of any organisation is one of the most exciting challenges in daily work. In a PR career spanning almost 20 years, he's seen that every successful business has a goldmine of interesting stories to tell, and describes the giw ethos thus: "Use both proven and refreshingly novel PR tools, methodically, to build a coherent story your audience can really relate to". Methodical and refreshing describe equally well what Ralf does in his spare time, namely running, cycling and skiing. And, when relaxing, he enjoys reading and travelling to refresh the soul and inspire for success.×
The trained hotel manager and hospitality specialist has been a Team Assistant at giw since December 2006, responsible for all administrative tasks and for supporting the PR team with project work and customer activities. In her 20+ years of professional experience in the hotel industry, she has above all learned to think like her clients and be extremely flexible - criteria which are also great characteristics of a Team Assistant.×
Stefan, who hails from Dortmund, has been responsible at giw for strategic B2B communications for IT clients in the finance and healthcare sectors since 2012. After studying Lutheran theology, he decided to proclaim secular matters and has worked in the agency and corporate worlds, accumulating a wealth of experience in internal and external communications. In his spare time, the dedicated long-distance runner is working on his personal goal to break the two-hour barrier in the half-marathon.×
Martin, who lives in Krefeld, also serves IT-clients. After working as a journalist for 25 years, he decided to uses his experience for PR and his clients. His credo on the job is coined by Paul Watzlawik “One cannot not communicate.” While juggling words jobwise, he also juggles objects such as clubs and balls as a hobby.×