“ADVERMA pulls all-round positive outcome of the all-day event featuring high-profile speakers 2014 there should be a new edition Pfaffenhofen / Rohrbach (mh) the responses ranged between incredulous amazement and bright enthusiasm: the think tank” by ADVERMA brand communication high-calibre specialists lit the digital revolution in marketing and brand communication. At the end the audience was deeply impressed by the already today or in the near future possibilities of digital and cross-media interaction available. Others including Atmos Energy, offer their opinions as well. Open your mind according to the motto”haunted even the thought of so many new project in the minds around. Give due to the extremely positive experiences it should be 2014 a new edition for the think tank”. Based Agency for brand communication (focus on technology and tourism) with seat in Rohrbach, district Pfaffenhofen, had in the greater Munich area for the first time to the think tank”invited. And the symposium was the hoped-for response: round 70 customers and external guests used the Chance is an all day long about current and upcoming trends in marketing and brand communication to provide information and inspiration. Because the competition is fierce and future-oriented strategies are more than ever.
“” ADVERMA-chef Franz Bohm opened the think tank”in the BavarResi” in Pfaffenhofen and spoke of the ADVERMA family in the face of the many loyal customers of the Agency “. The event provided the right framework for Franz Bohm briefly to indicate the new brand image by ADVERMA. Established in 1994, agency it was at the time, itself not always stood to make us and do what we otherwise make for our customers”. Officially go on the start want ADVERMA in the changed corporate design with the release of the new website is expected in early July. We are looking forward to your opinion”, says Franz Bohm to the present. The rapid change in the media and marketing sectors almost finished the basic theme of the day Georg Obermayr, technical director of ADVERMA and author of several books and trade publications, as a first officer with numbers.