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Lucas Ranke

Senior Account Manager

From Portugal to Finland: In my job for a large automobile manufacture
I have regular contact with counterparts from 22 European markets.
Our job: We support car parts wholesalers with materials for
B2B communication. The target group: independent workshops and ...

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Lena-Marie Nast

Junior Digital Marketing Manager

When it gets digital, count me in. And it will. At the latest, when it
comes to our customers' websites, online shops, social media,
search engine optimization or 360-degree communication
campaigns. Can content be found on the Internet? How can ...

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Liza-Marie Siegmund

PR Consultant

In my job, it's all about the right mix. Along with my colleagues,
I am responsible for the PR communication of a large client.
This means positioning management in internal and
external media as well as communicating products ...

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Oliver Ophoven

Marketing Manager

I'm 100% committed to showing Palmer Hargreaves at its very best.
To this end, I design new business campaigns, introduce the agency
to potential clients and am currently working on fine-tuning
the content of our website. I also supervise ...

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Corinna Kraushaar

Azubi Mediengestaltung Digital & Print

It could always be better. That's my motto. It applies
when I work on image retouching, scribbles and compositions,
developand implement layouts or design logos. My expectation:
My work must amaze people, be special and technically perfect ... 

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Julia Teer

Art Director

Turn on the Mac, get some good-morning tea, then off
to the creation meeting - and that'd be it for the daily routine.
Then, the most diverse creative challenges await - depending on
the job, either with pen and paper or the usual CC programs ...

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Mirjam Hacker

Senior Editor

There is an exciting story behind every topic - and it' s
my job to tell it. This is helped by my feeling for texts,
my preference forcomplex content and a good
dose of curiosity. And the experience have gained in PR ...

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Sabine Wirtz

Junior Account Manager

Give me a project and I'll manage it. With expertise in
communication and marketing, economic understanding,
a feeling for customer requirements and a good portion of
self-confidence and assertiveness. I acquired these skills ...

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Lucas Ranke

From Portugal to Finland: In my job for a large automobile manufacturer I have regular contact with counterparts from 22 European markets. Our job: We support car parts wholesalers with materials for B2B communication. The target group: independent workshops and service companies. I particularly like the fact that my work has both promotional as well as creative and technical components. This is exactly what my media management and business administration courses plus two stints in agencies with a focus on classical advertising and sales promotion have prepared me for. My team and I develop strategies for advertising campaigns, are in close contact with our creative colleagues and develop tools that make the work of local retailers easier - for example an advertising media editing system. There are usually many people involved, making it all the more important to communicate well and purposefully, from the start of the project through to the end result.

Lena-Marie Nast

When it gets digital, count me in. And it will. At the latest, when it comes to our customers' websites, online shops, social media, search engine optimization or 360-degree communication campaigns. Can content be found on the Internet? How can potential readers find them? Is the content relevant to them at all? I can tell all this with the help of various analysis and research tools - a weakness for KPI's and diagrams is a must in my job. The creative part begins when we develop concepts for our clients' digital communication in a team or when I maintain the agency's channels. My job actually consists of many jobs, so keeping a cool head in the storm of a project is a must. My experience working in e-commerce for a large department store chain and in the SEO team of an online marketing portal has also helped me a lot. Another advantage is my project-oriented Masters in communication management. My view: consulting convinces when I can demonstrate digital competence and know the latest trends.

LIZA-MARIE SIEGMUND

In my job, it's all about the right mix. Along with my colleagues, I am responsible for the PR communication of a large client. This means positioning management in internal and external media as well as communicating products or supporting events via social media channels. It provides a lot of variety in my day-to-day work: I am in direct contact with our contacts, coordinate with partner agencies and work on strategic papers and concepts on a daily basis. Many tasks end up on my desk in an ad hoc fashion. If time is short and the pressure high, I try to stay relaxed and prioritize effectively. My experience in numerous PR agencies as well as on the client side helps me in this regard. As do my teammates, who always have an open ear and never forget to laugh, even in stressful situations. It is important that my job challenges me and offers me opportunities to further my development - I have found both at Palmer Hargreaves.

Oliver Ophoven

I'm 100% committed to showing Palmer Hargreaves at its very best. To this end, I design new business campaigns, introduce the agency to potential clients and am currently working on fine-tuning the content of our website. I also supervise our social media presences and ensure a uniform external presentation across all locations. Palmer Hargreaves is developing rapidly and that gives me a lot of freedom to play my part. What drives me? The demand for new business, internationalisation and aesthetic excellence. A sense of responsibility, internal and external communication skills and an understanding and mastery of marketing are just as important as knowledge of the German B2B market and a passion for professionalism.

Corinna Kraushaar

It could always be better. That's my motto. It applies when I work on image retouching, scribbles and compositions, develop and implement layouts or design logos. My expectation: My work must amaze people, be special and technically perfect and above all: carried out with heart and soul. In short, I want to professionally implement what I have in my head. As a schoolgirl I was already aware of my creativity and ability to draw well. In my dual training I am now learning all the technical tools such as Indesign and Photoshop. My mentors at Palmer Hargreaves support me in this and also assign me challenging projects. I can ask them anything and find out a lot about them - for example, how to realistically assess one's own work or convince customers of one's idea.

Julia Teer

Turn on the Mac, get some good-morning tea, then off to the creation meeting - and that'd be it for the daily routine. Then, the most diverse creative challenges await - depending on the job, either with pen and paper or the usual CC programs. " There has to be love in all four corners" - that's my work motto. This is the only way I can deliver results that please both myself and others. After my Bachelor of Arts in Media Management, I first became truly aware that my heart beats for the world of design. That's why I also completed an apprenticeship as a media designer for design and conception. What other requirements does my job demand? A graphic eye and creative talent. Pleasure in working with people and computers. An open mind and endless curiosity. Because the nice thing is: As an art director, you never really stop learning. And can improve a little bit more every day.

Mirjam Hacker

There is an exciting story behind every topic - and it' s my job to tell it. This is helped by my feeling for texts, my preference for complex content and a good dose of curiosity. And the experience I have gained in PR so far: during my internships, my further education as a PR manager in various agencies and in the company. The topics? Depending on the client and the task, they go into depth and breadth, ranging from the future of work to Unconscious Bias, and accompany me either briefly or for a number of years. I also cover the entire stylistic range: from factual to colourful, from interviews to reports, for online and print. As an editor, I work closely with colleagues, customers and external contacts. And ensure a balance between creativity, perfection and economy when writing. The result? Getting right to the point.

SABINE WIRTZ

Give me a project and I'll manage it. With expertise in communication and marketing, economic understanding, a feeling for customer requirements and a good portion of self-confidence and assertiveness. I acquired these skills during my Master's degree in Communication Management and my internship at Palmer Hargreaves. The day-to-day business? Advise customers, plan resources, create quotations and invoices, brief colleagues, prepare meetings, find solutions for spontaneous inquiries. Since we supervise several projects at the same time with strict timing, organizational talent is a must. And the ability to keep a cool head in stressful situations. Ultimately, there is one thing that's always at the top of the to-do list for me and my colleagues: to keep our customers happy and satisfied.

LIFE IS FAR TOO SHORT FOR BORING JOBS 

Hungry, open-minded, fair: In our agency there’s lots of varied jobs to do because we’re an ambitious lot. Besides, Palmer Hargreaves has been growing for years, which is primarily due to the people who work here. More than 120 creative minds in our Cologne offices ­– though it’s still every single one of them with all their strengths and skills that counts for us.

That’s why we make a great many things possible, for example flexible working hours. We trust in your productivity and want to give your creativity a free hand. Our home office opportunities will help you to plan your life as individually as possible, and your 30 days of holiday a year as well. After all, you need time to work your way through your personal bucket list.

Sounds good? Then just scroll down and discover what vacancies we’ve got.

Further training and team building at PH Academy

PH Academy

Insights, learning, partying

We believe you never stop learning in life, and there are always exciting new things to discover and try out. That’s why we set up the PH Academy with a further training programme that will fill your calendar month after month: events, workshops and talks; colleagues and external experts passing on and sharing their knowledge and know-how; everything from creativity techniques, online listening, researching the future and business English to back training, fitness boot camps in the park and hotly contested poker nights.

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Vacancies

  • Trainee Account Management (m/w)

    Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams am Standort Köln suchen wir ab sofort einen Trainee Account Management (m/w).

    Als Trainee arbeitest du gemeinsam mit einem Beraterteam in unserem Bereich Account Management, der als Schnittstelle zwischen uns als Agentur und unseren Kunden fungiert. Du wirst nach den 12 Monaten alle Abläufe in einer Agentur kennen gelernt und eine fundierte Basis im Projektgeschäft erreicht haben. Wenn du dich dabei als Trainee beweist und mit Leidenschaft bei der Sache bist, stehen dir anschließend bei uns alle Türen offen.

    DAS BRINGST DU MIT

    • Abgeschlossene Ausbildung oder Studium mit relevanter Fachrichtung
    • Idealerweise erste Erfahrung im Projektgeschäft
    • Übergreifendendes Markenverständnis
    • Kommunikative Fähigkeiten und Beratungskompetenz
    • Engagement und Überzeugungskraft
    • Präsentationssichere Englischkenntnisse

    DAS BIETEN WIR

    • Spannende und anspruchsvolle Projekte für ein international renommiertes Kundenportfolio
    • Freiraum zur fachlichen und persönlichen Weiterentwicklung
    • Flache Hierarchien und kurze Entscheidungswege
    • Kultur der Wertschätzung und hervorragendes Arbeitsklima
    • Freundliche und hoch qualifizierte Kolleginnen und Kollegen
    • Agentureigenes, internes Weiterbildungsprogramm („PH Academy“)

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  • Junior Account Manager (m/w/d)

    Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams am Standort Köln suchen wir ab sofort einen Junior Account Manager (m/w/d).

    Organisationstalent, Projektmanagement-Fuchs, Teamplayer – das sind deine Stärken! Für unsere Kunden aus Chemie, Agrar und Wissenschaft gibst du alles und unterstützt gleichzeitig deine Teamkollegen im täglichen Projekt-Alltag. Du holst Input ab und bereitest Briefings auf, stellst Meetings ein und hältst das Projekt auf Kurs. Auf dich ist Verlass wenn es darum geht, Marketing und Kommunikationskonzepte, die wir mit unserer Kreation entwickeln, bei der Umsetzung zu betreuen und alle Termine im Blick zu halten. Du bist die rechte Hand für dein Team und liebst es, wenn kein Tag dem anderem gleicht. Unser internes Weiterbildungsprogramm und viele weitere Maßnahmen geben dir die Chance, dich weiterzuentwickeln – worauf wartest du noch?


    DAS BRINGST DU MIT

    • Erfolgreich abgeschlossenes Studium mit Schwerpunkt Marketing oder vergleichbare branchennahe Ausbildung
    • Idealerweise erste Agenturerfahrung in der Kundenberatung und im Projektmanagement
    • Strukturierte, detailgenaue und disziplinierte Arbeitsweise
    • Engagement und Flexibilität
    • Freude an der Arbeit im Team
    • Sicher im Umgang mit MS Office
    • Gute Englischkenntnisse

    DAS BIETEN WIR

    • Spannende, anspruchsvolle Projekte für ein international renommiertes Kundenportfolio
    • Freiraum zur fachlichen und persönlichen Weiterentwicklung
    • Flache Hierarchien und kurze Entscheidungswege
    • Kultur der Wertschätzung und hervorragendes Arbeitsklima
    • Freundliche und hochqualifizierte Kolleginnen und Kollegen
    • Agentureigenes, internes Weiterbildungsprogramm („PH Academy“)

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  • Junior PR Consultant/ Projektmanager (m/w/d)

    Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams am Standort Köln suchen wir ab sofort einen Junior PR Consultant/Projektmanager (m/w/d) 

    Wie sieht die Zukunft aus? Als Junior PR Berater sagst du es unseren B2B-Kunden: Gemeinsam mit erfahrenen Beratern entwickelst Du Kommunikationskonzepte für unsere Kunden der Telekommunikationsbranche und setzt sie um. Denn Du kennst den Talk of Town beim Thema Digitalisierung und bringst den Content spannend und kreativ in digitale Medienformate. Mehrere Bälle gleichzeitig jonglieren? Für Dich kein Problem, denn durch gekonntes Projektmanagement behältst Du einen kühlen Kopf und die Bälle in der Luft. 


    Das bringst Du mit: 

    • Abgeschlossenes Studium mit anschließendem Volontariat/Traineeship oder vergleichbarer Ausbildung
    • Erste Berufserfahrung im Bereich Medien-, Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, vorzugsweise in einer (PR-) Agentur
    • Kommunikationsstärke und Erfahrung im Kundenkontakt
    • Fähigkeit, neue Themenbereiche schnell zu erschließen
    • Erfahrungen im Projektmanagement
    • Affinität für Digitalisierungsthemen (IoT, Big Data…)
    • Engagement, Flexibilität und Begeisterungsfähigkeit
    • Sicherer Umgang mit Power Point, Excel, CMSI
    • Idealerweise Erfahrung in digitaler Kommunikation und SEO

     

    Das bieten wir:

    • Spannende und anspruchsvolle Projekte für ein international renommiertes Kundenportfolio
    • Freiraum zur fachlichen und persönlichen Weiterentwicklung
    • Flache Hierarchien und kurze Entscheidungswege
    • Kultur der Wertschätzung und hervorragendes Arbeitsklima
    • Freundliche und hochqualifizierte Kolleginnen und Kollegen
    • Agentureigenes, internes Weiterbildungsprogramm („PH Academy“)


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  • Redakteur (m/w/d)

    Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams am Standort Köln suchen wir ab sofort einen Redakteur (m/w/d).

    Bei uns übernimmst du von Beginn an die gesamte Bandbreite redaktioneller Aufgaben: Du berätst unsere Kunden direkt bei der Themenfindung, erstellst eigenverantwortlich relevanten Content, formulierst Pressemitteilungen und schreibst medienübergreifende Fach- und Referenzbeiträge für Web oder Social Media – auf Deutsch und Englisch. Ob Kunden aus den Bereichen Chemie/ Wissenschaft oder IT- und Telekommunikation – als Redakteur fällt es dir leicht, schwer erklärbare Produkte und komplexe Lösungen in spannende Storys zu integrieren. Klingt das interessant? Dann sortiere dein Fachwissen, pack‘ dein journalistisches Handwerkszeug und werde Teil unserer 20-köpfigen Redaktion!

    DAS BRINGST DU MIT

    • Abgeschlossenes Studium oder eine vergleichbare Ausbildung
    • Mehrjährige Erfahrung mit journalistischem Texten für Fachmedien und/oder Agenturen
    • Interesse an komplexen Themen und Inhalten
    • Gespür für Themen
    • Hohe Affinität zu Web und Social Media
    • Ausgeprägtes Interesse, Projekte mit eigenen Ideen voranzutreiben
    • Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse

    DAS BIETEN WIR

    • Spannende und anspruchsvolle Projekte für ein international renommiertes Kundenportfolio
    • Freiraum zur fachlichen und persönlichen Weiterentwicklung
    • Flache Hierarchien und schnelle Entscheidungswege
    • Kultur der Wertschätzung und hervorragendes Arbeitsklima
    • Freundliche und hochqualifizierte Kolleginnen und Kollegen
    • Agentureigenes, internes Weiterbildungsprogramm („PH Academy“)                                                                                                                                                               

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  • Trainee Public Relations (m/w/d)

    Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams suchen wir für unseren Kölner Standort ab sofort einen Trainee Public Relations (m/w/d). 

    Als PR Trainee bist du in eines unserer B2B-Kundenberaterteams eingebunden und unterstützt bei Projekten rund um Media/Blogger Relations, Corporate Publishing und Social Media. Zu deinen Aufgaben gehören z. B. projektbezogene Kundenberatung, Kontakte zu Medien und Pflege von Social Media Kanälen. Du lernst u.a. Redaktionspläne zu erstellen und Themen zu entwickeln. In 12 Monaten kannst du dein Können unter Beweis stellen. Du bist die rechte Hand für dein Team und liebst es, wenn kein Tag dem anderem gleicht. Unser internes Weiterbildungsprogramm und viele weitere Maßnahmen geben dir die Chance, dich weiterzuentwickeln – worauf wartest du noch? 


    Das bringst Du mit:

    • Abgeschlossenes Studium
    • Erste Erfahrungen in der journalistischen Arbeit und/oder in der PR-Beratung
    • Gespür für Themen und Sprache
    • Interesse an komplexen Inhalten und wirtschaftlichen Zusammenhängen
    • Hohe Affinität zu Web, Social Media und digitalen Themen
    • Professionalität und Persönlichkeit
    • Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse

     

    Das bringen wir dir bei:

    • Themenrecherche und Themenkreation
    • Umgang mit Kommunikationsinstrumenten und diversen Kommunikationskanälen
    • Projektbezogene Kundenberatung

     

    Das bieten wir:

    • Spannende, anspruchsvolle Projekte für ein international renommiertes Kundenportfolio
    • Freiraum zur fachlichen und persönlichen Weiterentwicklung
    • Flache Hierarchien und schnelle Entscheidungswege
    • Kultur der Wertschätzung und hervorragendes Arbeitsklima
    • Freundliche und hoch qualifizierte Kolleginnen und Kollegen
    • 2-wöchige externe Weiterbildung
    • Agentureigenes, internes Weiterbildungsprogramm („PH Academy“)                                                                                                                                                                                      

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WHY NOT APPLY NOW?

Want to grow with us? If you do, we may well have your new “like it” workplace in one of Cologne’s most creative and inspiring districts! We look forward to your application - whether you’re new to the job, keen on getting somewhere or want a change of scenery. Simply send your application to jobsde@palmerhargreaves.com.

Press Releases

  • Moving up the 2017 Pfeffers PR agency ranking

    Cologne, 21.4.17: Two steps forward: Palmer Hargreaves has moved further up the current billings’ table of the PR trade journal. The agency increased its billings’ volume by nearly 20% in the past fiscal year – four times the industry average. 

    Palmer Hargreaves has again moved up the Pfeffers PR billings’ table – from 18th to 16th spot. With a billings’ volume of €9.03 in the past fiscal year the agency grew by 19.4% in a year-on-dear comparison (fiscal 2014-15: €7.56 million). According to the PR trade journal’s figures the average figure for the industry was 4.9%. Palmer Hargreaves had already moved up one place in the previous year’s table. 

    Palmer Hargreaves is now in second place in the Cologne-Bonn region. Ranked according to their keynote industries the Cologne agency is first in chemicals and third in automotive, unchanged from the previous year, but moved up from ninth to fourth in telecommunications. 

    “Besides the fact that we’ve also moved up the Pfeffers PR agency rankings and not just in those from W&V, I am particularly pleased that we are among the three fastest-growing agencies among the top 25 in Germany,” says Jörn Langensiepen, CEO of the Palmer Hargreaves Group and one of three managing directors of the German branch in Cologne. “Our ongoing growth confirms that the diversification of our services’ spectrum in recent years is meeting the market’s needs.” 


    Media Material (Jörn Langensiepen)

    Caption: Jörn Langensiepen is CEO of the Palmer Hargreaves Group and one of three managing directors of the German branch in Cologne.

      

    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

  • Jörn Langensiepen new CEO of the Palmer Hargreaves Group

    Cologne, 7.4.17: Change on the board of the international agency group – since 1 March Jörn Langensiepen has been CEO of the Palmer Hargreaves Group with its branches in England, Germany, Russia and China. 

    Jörn Langensiepen is the new CEO of the Palmer Hargreaves Group and has taken over from Randy Weeks, who has retired from the everyday business for age reasons but will continue to play an advisory role. Under Jörn Langensiepen’s management the German branch of the international agency group has grown at an above-average rate, which is why Palmer Hargreaves is moving its CEO base from England to Cologne. Besides his new role, Jörn Langensiepen continues to act as one of three managing directors in Cologne. The prime objective, says 46-year-old Jörn, is “to further strengthen the agency’s international clout and emphasise this asset more in the context of our clients’ increasingly global business”. 

    In fiscal 2015-16 Palmer Hargreaves Germany increased its billings’ volume by nearly 20% and the number of employees rose by 27.5%. “According to the current W&V ranking we are one of the top 25 owner-managed agencies in Germany,” Jörn points out. The global group employs around 160 employees at four locations and has billings’ income of €16 million. “Our success in Germany confirms our strategy of diversifying the agency more in terms of industries covered and services offered,” Jörn adds. “We want to push this process in other markets and thus boost growth at all our locations.” 

    Before joining Palmer Hargreaves in 2000, Jörn graduated as an industrial engineer and then worked for the business consultants PriceWaterhouseCoopers as a client services director. He became managing director of Palmer Hargreaves’ Cologne branch in 2004 and a managing partner in 2009. In 2013 the Cologne branch of Palmer Hargreaves merged with the PR agency PR-Partner.


    Media Material (Jörn Langensiepen)

    Caption: Jörn Langensiepen is the new CEO of the Palmer Hargreaves Group.


    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

  • Palmer Hargreaves continues to grow

    Cologne, 29.3.17: Palmer Hargreaves, the international agency for marketing and communications, has again moved up the W&V agency rankings – from 29th to 25th position. Palmer Hargreaves increased its billings’ income by nearly 20% whereas the average figure for the top 50 agencies was just 6.6%. 

    For the second time running, Palmer Hargreaves has leapt up the W&V table of the top 50 owner-managed agencies in Germany. Last year, the agency moved up five places. The table lists the agencies by billings’ volume, which rose at Palmer Hargreaves in a year-on-year basis by 19.4% from €7.56 million in fiscal 2014-15 to €9.03 million in the past financial year. The average figure for the top 50 agencies was 6.6%. Palmer Hargreaves employs 102 people, an increase of 27.5% compared to an 11% rise the previous year. 

    The reasons for the ongoing growth are the expansion of business with long-term clients such as Bayer and Deutsche Telekom and new business, with the Cologne-based agency gaining ABB, Brenntag, Henkel, Schindler and thyssenkrupp as new clients, for example. In all, the share of consulting work and digital business in the overall turnover grew at an above-average rate. 

    “This positive development is the result of the agency’s consistent strategic orientation in the past three years,” says Iris Heilmann, one of the three Palmer Hargreaves managing directors in Cologne. “We recognised at an early stage that the client centralisation trend also requires agencies to think holistically in marketing and corporate communications. Our clients now greatly appreciate the support we give them through a broad spectrum of services as well as our very specific sectorial know-how.”

     

    Media Material (Iris Heilmann)

    Caption: Iris Heilmann is one of three managing directors at the Cologne branch of Palmer Hargreaves.


    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

  • Palmer Hargreaves supports B2B campaign for Brenntag

    Cologne, 15.2.17: Brenntag, the global market leader in the distribution of chemicals, has launched a B2B campaign entitled “ConnectingChemistry”. Palmer Hargreaves has been responsible for the concept behind and the implementation of the campaign, and is supporting the launch with an internal campaign. 

    Early February saw the launch of the Brenntag Group’s B2B campaign “ConnectingChemistry”.  It is the first concrete outcome of the collaboration with Palmer Hargreaves. In summer 2016, the global market leader in the distribution of chemicals with over 14,000 employees in 74 countries, decided on the Cologne-based agency to develop a campaign idea based on the brand claim “ConnectingChemistry” in use since 2015.  

    “ConnectingChemistry” gets to the heart of Brenntag’s core competence. Building on this, the core message of the campaign, “I’m ConnectingChemistry”, focuses on Brenntag employees and demonstrates just how much commitment they show each day as the critical interface between customers and suppliers.  

    The individual stories are told in videos, interviews and statements, on the corporate website, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, and in advertisements in selected trade journals. Employees from different business areas and work environments (purchasing, global sourcing, etc.) are portrayed in order to demonstrate Brenntag’s extensive range of services. Before the campaign’s external launch, Palmer Hargreaves had already supported an internal “ConnectingChemistry” campaign. 

    “With this campaign we are aiming to make the Brenntag brand a transparent and authentic experience,” say Hubertus Spethmann, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Brenntag. “So employees who personify our claim and live it out on a day-to-day basis are the most credible way of communicating our main message.”

    “With Brenntag we have added to our clientele a global market leader that is a perfect strategic fit for us. We can apply our broad competency and in-depth industrial know-how for this company,” says Iris Heilmann, one of the three Palmer Hargreaves managing directors in Cologne. Besides Brenntag, the agency works for Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Henkel and Schindler in four industry segments.


    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

  • Palmer Hargreaves develops internal campaign for Telekom

    Cologne, 6.7.16: Palmer Hargreaves, the international agency for marketing and communications, has developed the communication campaign with which Deutsche Telekom is supporting the launch of its new interactive intranet “you and me”.

    “Simply do it!” – with this claim (in German) Palmer Hargreaves has created the basis for a 360° campaign to launch the interactive intranet “you and me”. The campaign aims to motivate the various target groups within the Telekom Group to test and become active users of the new platform. The campaign appeals to all employees through various online and offline channels. 

    For “you and me” Deutsche Telekom is merging its previously static intranet with its internal social network to create a social collaboration platform managed by Corporate Communications. In contrast to a static intranet, the new platform allows all employees to be networked and conduct dialogues at eye level – irrespective of hierarchies, departmental boundaries or national frontiers. The employees not only stay in virtual contact but can together work in groups and share information and experience. This creates a new form of inter-employee communication that is more direct, authentic and fast. 

    The idea of digital networking and stronger engagement is reflected in Palmer Hargreaves’ campaign concept. The agency visualised key application scenarios, such sharing knowledge or implementing projects, in the form of humorous and exaggeratedly ironic personal scenes and realised the concept on posters, info cards, flyers and presentations. Palmer Hargreaves also designed a mobile info booth as well as branded give-aways and info material to directly appeal to the employees in the various national and international branches. 

    To enable Telekom’s international subsidiaries to adapt the campaign, Palmer Hargreaves designed a country tool kit with corresponding guidelines and is also supporting the campaign with blog articles, interviews, mailshots and best practice studies as well as a supplement in the employee magazine “you and me”. 

    “The aim of ‘you and me’ is to create more effective collaboration across departmental and national boundaries and thus take a step forward to an agile company,” says Alexander Derno, the project lead in Corporate Communications. “For us this platform is the motor of digitisation in the Telekom Group. That affects every employee and lives, above all, from the support of every individual. Thanks to the campaign developed with Palmer Hargreaves, we are appealing in an individual way to each and every colleague and encouraging them to become part of this cultural change in a humorous way with likeable visuals.”


    Further details of the campaign can be found here: 


    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

  • Palmer Hargreaves wins Schindler account

    Cologne, 30.6.16: Schindler Deutschland has been added to the client portfolio of the international communications agency Palmer Hargreaves (PH). After a very successful start to the current fiscal year, this new account has again boosted the agency’s billings’ forecast. 

    Schindler Deutschland has appointed PH as its lead agency in the field of new installations (NI). Their collaboration began with an integrated campaign to launch a new lift feature. PH won the account this spring in a pitch, to which Anja Habeck, Head Sales & Marketing Management NI, had this to say: “PH presented an integrated campaign approach that got to the heart of the new product feature in a very creative and smart way. This and their many years of B2B experience along with very promising team were the reasons why the Cologne-based agency won.” 

    The Swiss company, which was founded in 1874, moves more than a billion people with its lifts, escalators and moving walkways. In Germany Schindler is the market leader with 3,200 employees at 60 sites and a turnover of around €600 million (2015). 

    “The prospects for a very successful fiscal year have further improved with this lead account,” says Iris Heilmann, one of the three Palmer Hargreaves managing directors in Cologne. “The consistent growth of the past two years has confirmed our 360° strategy, which we laid the foundations for back in 2013 when we merged our PR and marketing agencies, and which we have been able to consistently follow with the expansion of our social media and digital marketing expertise. This fiscal year we expect an increase in our billings’ volume of well over 10%.” 

    Through the Schindler account PH has extended its client portfolio in the manufacturing sector. The agency currently has four industry teams for manufacturing industry, ICT, life science and automotive, each including client, PR and social media consultants who nimbly work with creative, content, strategy, digital and technology experts. 

    Last year PH won clients from the manufacturing industry and life science sectors: various communication projects for thyssenkrupp AG and some of its business areas; and two B2B product launch campaigns for Henkel.  

    Internationally, the PH Group continues to grow, with the automotive manufacturer Volvo soon to be supported in after-sales communications by PH’s Moscow and Shanghai offices.


    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

  • Palmer Hargreaves moves up

    Cologne, 19.4.16: Palmer Hargreaves, the international agency for marketing and communications, has again moved up the W&V and PR Journal rankings. The agency has grown faster than the industry average, which is confirmation of a strategy geared to growth, integration and a broader portfolio. 

    Palmer Hargreaves is up five places in the current W&V billings table from 34th to 29th position. This table lists Germany’s top 50 owner-managed agencies in the communications industry according to their billings’ volume, which in Palmer Hargreaves’ case rose by 8.4% in a year-on-year comparison. In the same period the number of employees went up by 11%. The average increase in billings of all the listed agencies was 6.2%. 

    In the Pfeffers PR billings table Palmer Hargreaves went up one place and currently occupies 18th position with billings of €7.56 m and 88 employees in fiscal 2014-15. Ranked according to their keynote industries the Cologne agency had top spot in chemicals, third in automotive and ninth in telecommunications. 

    “We are very pleased that the successes of the past two years are now mirrored in the most important agency rankings for us,” says Iris Heilmann, one of the three Palmer Hargreaves managing directors in Cologne. “This positive development confirms that our integrated approach of offering corporate communications, marketing communications and technology under one roof is just what the market needs. In our networked world topics are simply growing together – something we notice in our clients’ assignments.” 

    For the coming year the agency is expecting to move up further in the rankings. 102 people are now employed at the Cologne site. Growth will come, on the one hand, from an expansion of the work currently undertaken for clients such as Deutsche Telekom, Ford and Bayer CropScience, and on the other hand, from new business. 


    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

  • Palmer Hargreaves strengthens its editorial competence

    Cologne, 7.4.16: Palmer Hargreaves, the international agency for marketing and communications, has again added to its editorial team at its Cologne branch by hiring Sebastian Mainzer, a recognised automotive and IT expert.

    As a PR editor, Sebastian Mainzer will be turning complicated technical input into attractive and easily understandable content for clients like Deutsche Telekom or Ford – and thus strengthening one of the agency’s core competencies. The focal points of his work at Palmer Hargreaves will be telecommunications and automotive.

    A graduate technical journalist, Sebastian first proved his expertise at Oliver Schrott Kommunikation, where he was responsible for the content of international media events for their client Daimler AG. All PR content for speeches, presentations, films and exhibits went across his desk for projects such as driving demonstrations, product premieres or tech days. Before that, he worked for LEWIS Communications as a PR consultant for IT companies and as a radio and print journalist, e.g. for WDR.

    In the 20-strong editorial team Sebastian will play a decisive role in driving content and PR projects for the agency’s clients. “To do this we need editors who are not only good journalists but also have in-depth know-how of our client’s industries,” says Manfred Engeser, Palmer Hargreaves’ editor-in-chief.


    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

  • Palmer Hargreaves wins 2015 Agricultural Marketing Prize

    Cologne, 12.11.15: Palmer Hargreaves, the international agency for marketing and communications, has won the 2015 German Agricultural Marketing Prize at Agritechnica in Hannover. The prize was awarded for the agency’s integrated communication campaign for Bayer CropScience Germany’s seed business. Every two years, the German Agricultural Marketing Award honours particularly creative and convincing advertising campaigns from the agricultural industry. Palmer Hargreaves received the award in the plant production category for its see(d)-worthy campaign, with which Bayer CropScience Germany launched its BayerSeeds brand in 2014. 

    The jury praised the stringent, cross-media approach of the 360° campaign and the high recall effect of the claim in all channels. Besides coming up with the brand name and claim, the agency also developed a high-quality text-and-imagery approach through a typographical enactment of seeds via a specially designed and photographed alphabet. In executing the campaign, Palmer Hargreaves made use of the whole range of marketing instruments and produced not just an image trailer but also various brochures, online banners, advertisements, info sheets, newsletters, direct mailshots and content for the Bayer CropScience Germany website. 

    The prize was presented at the biennial Agritechnica in Hannover, the world’s largest trade fair for agricultural machinery with nearly 3,000 exhibitors from over 50 countries. The publishing company Landwirtschaftsverlag Münster awarded these prizes for the 11th time in 2015, thus honouring the best campaigns in the four categories of agricultural machinery, plant production, animal husbandry and services. 

    For more details of the seeds campaign click here:


    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

  • Palmer Hargreaves hires new editor-in-chief

    Cologne, 6.10.15: Palmer Hargreaves, the international agency for marketing and communications, is focusing on content marketing and has hired an experienced journalist to enhance its editorial competency: Manfred Engeser has joined the Cologne agency’s team of nearly 90 as the new editor-in-chief. 

    Manfred Engeser, who comes from WirtschaftsWoche where he was a departmental head and author, takes on the newly created function of editor-in-chief where he will be responsible for building up and extending the internal editorial team and play a key role in the agency’s content marketing strategy as a member of the Palmer Hargreaves management team.

    “Companies are increasingly often relying on a mix out of conventional marketing and PR. Our clients expect pronounced editorial competency for their content marketing projects to achieve their communication goals,” says Iris Hellmann, one of the Palmer Hargreaves managing directors in Cologne. “With Manfred Engeser we have brought an extremely experienced journalist on board who combines business know-how and in-depth knowledge of the media landscape with high text quality standards and a deep understanding of modern-day communication in all relevant channels.” 

    After graduating in political science, 47-year-old Manfred Engeser attended the German School of Journalism in Munich, worked for Süddeutsche Zeitung, was the RTL correspondent in the Bonn studio (when Bonn was West Germany’s capital) and worked for the business section of Hamburger Abendblatt. After a two-month spell as a visiting editor for the Mexican newspaper La Reforma, in spring 2000 he moved to WirtschaftsWoche in Düsseldorf where he most recently worked as an author and headed the Management & Success department.

    With its latest recruit Palmer Hargreaves continues the consistent expansion of its integrated portfolio of marketing communication, corporate publishing and digital communication. The agency is meeting the future market challenges today – challenges that are increasingly necessitating the dovetailing of creative potential, content competency and technological know-how.


    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.
    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as ABB, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer Institute, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

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    Palmer Hargreaves – complex solved.

    Palmer Hargreaves is an owner-managed agency group for marketing and communications. Some 180 employees work at four locations in Germany, England, Russia and China. We combine a broad spectrum of services – strategy, creative, content and digital – with in-depth industry expertise. Whether it’s marketing communications, PR or marketing technology, well-known brands such as Audi, Bayer, Deutsche Telekom, Ford, Fraunhofer, Handelsblatt, Henkel, Jaguar, Land Rover, Miele, Porsche and Schindler have trusted us for years. Because we are the agency for the knowledge-based economy.

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