Cologne & Trier, Germany
Matthias Schmitz, Ulli Eiden
Mitsubishi Electric, GEA, Inficon, Reifenhäuser
B2B expertise in strategy, branding, corporate design, content, campaigns, Typo3
For our client NetCologne, we developed a very successful employer branding concept to attract IT employees. The campaign was mainly rolled out digitally, also worked internally and delivered great KPIs overall. Click here for the case (unfortunately not yet available in English):
Evi, Christine & Michael E. – have been with us more or less since day one
You´ll never walk alone.
The people and our two offices – one is in an old foundry (Cologne) with a beautiful garden and the other in a former textile factory (Trier) with a large roof terrace. Perfect for evening sundowners.
Ulli and Matthias picking at their instruments. They call it music 😉
We barbecue in all weathers (including vegetarian, of course)
We are very happy and proud to be part of the E3 network. We hope to expand our knowledge and experience base, find interesting partners to work with and, above all, make new contacts with like-minded people. The first two events in Ghent and Linz have already confirmed our expectations 🙂
Since we are newcomers at E3 – no project with other agencies so far
We Germans can be funnier than Olaf Scholz, our chancellor.
There are more than 3,000 different types of bread in Germany. Most German households have bread boxes or cupboards full of different types of bread.
Trier and Cologne, with their historic monuments, are listed as Unesco cultural heritage sites. It is worth visiting Cologne Cathedral and the Porta Nigra in Trier, the best-preserved city gate from the ancient world.
After work, we like to sit in the agency garden or on the roof terrace and enjoy the evening sun with a Kölsch beer and a good Riesling.
The “Neni,” which is located in a repurposed retrofuturistic insurance building (now the 25hours Hotel The Circle), boasts a great menu,fantastic roof terrace and views over Cologne.
There are many proverbs in Cologne that express the way of life here. One of them is: “Et hätt noch emmer joot jejange” (things always work out well)