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Keeping up the Spirit

Alongside the transformation of work environments during the COVID-19 pandemic, internal communication underwent a decisive switch towards more virtuality. Although a change was long overdue, its speed created a multitude of challenges through the reduced personal contact.more


New sponsor for Shell

A warm welcome to Frank van Hoorn - our new partner at Shell. Van Hoorn succeeds Dr. Matthias von Glischinski-Kurc as Head of Corporate Relations Germany. He previously held the position of Media Relations Manager for the Netherlands, Germany and Russia at Shell. We would like to thank Dr. Matthias von Glischinski-Kurc for his long-term support and cooperation in the past years. more


From Reality to Virtuality

Virtualization is one of the big buzzwords in communications. When formats are moved from real-world settings to online environments a variety of challenges emerge – especially when it comes to confidential interactions and personal relationships with key stakeholders.more


Let's talk about Diversity & Inclusion

Corporate stakeholders from the general public to politicians increasingly expect corporations to reflect the diversity that exists in society within their workforce. The increasing recognition and influence of movements such as Black Lives Matter and ChooseToChallenge has reinforced public awareness and emphasized the need to manage diversity and inclusion (D&I) within organizations. more


New corporate partner: Bernd Hops from Infineon 

We warmly welcome Infineon Technologies AG as a new partner company of the Academic Society. We are looking forward to upcoming projects with Bernd Hops, Executive Vice President Communications & Public Policy of the technology group. more


Siemens Healthineers as new corporate partner

We are very happy to welcome Dr. Matthias Kraemer as a new corporate partner of the Academic Society from 2021. He is Corporate Vice President Communications at Siemens Healthineers. more