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Claudia Fasse

Studied German, philosophy and psychology in Berlin. She worked as an intern and following this for many years as an editor and presenter for various public-service broadcasters. For five years she was the spokeswoman for the environment ministry of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. After a period spent working for large PR agencies she held positions as a spokeswoman and communications director at Coca-Cola Germany, Beiersdorf AG and Ströer AG.

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Ulrich Bieger

Worked as a department head and correspondent for the “Neue Rhein Zeitung” and “Die Welt” newspapers and for 15 years at the “Spiegel” news magazine. He spent a number of years as a communications director and spokesman for Salzgitter AG and Bombardier Transportation and since 2014 has been a managing partner of Fasse+Bieger GmbH & Co. KG.

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Frank Bürgin

Studied Economics at the Ruhr University Bochum. After beginning his career in print media he switched to the moving images segment. Today he can look back on over 30 years’ experience in film and television – from productions for public broadcaster ARD to social media videos. During this time he has been responsible for authoring, directing and/or producing some 3 000 TV contributions, documentaries, corporate films and portraits. In 2017 he was awarded the “Lorry”, the journalists’ prize of the Ruhr region.

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Jon Chandler

began his professional career as a reporter for daily newspapers, became than airborne with British Airways and, after several stops at internationally operating corporations, touched down as head of his consulting firm.

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Thomas Lars Eissler

Studied political science at the University of Tübingen before going on to study international organisations and crisis management at the University of Jena. He balances his international and political experience with his hobby – joinery.

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Andrej Grabowski

Learned his craft while employed by newspapers and public broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk before working for public broadcasting companies for many years. He spent 10 years as a deputy editor-in-chief managing the N24/Welt news channel. Grabowski teaches journalism to editorial teams and at the Bavarian Press Academy. He also works as a media trainer coaching senior executives and presenters in Germany and abroad.

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Gabriele Grabowski

After graduating from the Technische Universität Braunschweig with a degree in German and Art History she pursued a classic career path working for various newspapers and magazines, beginning as an intern and progressing to editor-in-chief.

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Thomas Hanke

After gaining a degree in Agricultural Economics he decided to focus on journalism instead of crops. As a department head and correspondent for a number of newspapers he cultivated economic policy issues in Germany and abroad.

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Renée Hansen

Studied Industrial and Organisational Psychology and works at the interface between organizational development and communications. After spending 15 years working as a consultant and in management positions for owner-operated and international communications agencies she became self-employed in 2006. Renée Hansen is the author of several bestsellers on the topic of concepts and communications strategy.

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Hanna Klar

Studying International Relations and History at the University of Erfurt. Following an exchange semester in Jerusalem she has begun to apply her interest in politics to the real world – for example by working on numerous podcasts.

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Regina Kramer

Worked for many years as a creative director at advertising agencies before deciding to become self-employed in 2017. Today she is primarily active in the field of strategic design, accompanying design thinking processes at companies and professional associations.

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Eva Paulus

Studied Communication Design at Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen. As an author and motion designer he brings the entertainment to moving images and the flair to explainer films.

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Jochen Renz

Studied Communication Design at Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen. As an author and motion designer he brings the entertainment to moving images and the flair to explainer films.

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Carmen Vela Sastre

Has spent the majority of her professional career outside of her home country Spain. She has worked as an economics editor and correspondent for Spanish newspapers, agencies and radio stations.

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Sabine Trimpop

Left school with an Abitur (German certificate of general qualification for university entrance); trained as a bank clerk and then studied Romance Studies at the University of Wuppertal. After spending time at home with her children and completing a further training course at Wuppertal Technical Academy she worked as a freelancer before joining Bieger PR and subsequently Fasse+Bieger.

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Kay Walter

Studied German, Journalism and History at the University of Göttingen. After working as a marketing director for the Pahl-Rugenstein publishing house and as managing director of Pick-Up film productions, he became a correspondent and reporter for German public broadcasters, initially in Cologne and Düsseldorf and later in Bonn, Berlin and Brussels. He currently broadcasts and writes from Paris – including regular contributions to “Cicero” magazine.

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Ben

Ben is a Bouvier des Flandres herding dog. Here at Fasse und Bieger he is our resident agency dog. In charge of safety and order, he has a clear focus on getting humans to make a fuss of him.

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