Company management: 4
Content Expierence: 2
Final artwork/ DTP: 2
Bayer AG, Tesa SE (Beiersdorf)
"Fucking delicious" ideas, creative strategies and extraordinary brand management. In short everything about communication: concept, strategy, communication, cooperation, cohesion.
Take a look at our website and decide for yourself. It's all magnificent. https://bernstein.de
Tómas! Plays guitar like an angel.
Hannes! He can do really impressive gymnastics, like a handstand.
“Bernsteine” – all shine together especially brightly
Christel has been with the agency for over 40 years (she was already part of the “inventory” when the management buy-out happened in 2009)
Crazy people, lovely people, super talents, exciting jobs, extraordinary projects, internationality, top teamwork
The cordiality, helpfulness, open-mindedness and the trust to each other characterizes our team spirit. So our good working atmosphere leads to a lot of fun and a feeling of well being together.
Cleaning the kitchen...
We have a summer and Christmas party every year. Also we have a special Northern German tradition called “Kohlfahrt”. You can Google it if you want to ;)
(Dirk)" I would say that, I am open-minded, cosmopolitan person.
I see myself not as a resident of Germany, but of the world.
So I like being connected with other people in the world's population."
Towa, Brandigo, BBC, Schindler Parent, Ansel & Möllers
Bremen is always cold and wet
Fact 1: In Bremen there are over 600 bridges - in Venice there are only about 450! So Bremen is the real city of love
Fact 2: It has been said that the German fast food “Rollo” was invented in Bremen!
And also we have the key to the world but shhh...
Touch the donkey from the Bremen Town Musicians statue and make a wish - maybe it will be fulfilled. “The Bremen Town Musicians” is a folk tale of the Brothers Grimm.
And also all the seasonal events such as the Bremen Christmas market, the Breminale and the Freimarkt are Bremer traditions you have to attend!
We often go to Jaya together. Authentic Asian cuisine.
Only to the best ones.. but always somewhere different
“Moin” that's how we say hello in Bremen; some non-locals also use “Moin Moin” but this is considered “too chatty” by the Natives.