Masha Foursova has worked as media relations officer at SBB and Die Post in recent years. The crisis-tested communications specialist also has several years’ experience in management and project communications. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Organizational Communications from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and gained an MA in World Society and Global Governance from the University of Lucerne with a particular focus on Political Communication.
Iso Rechsteiner is a proven media and communication professional. As head of regional editorial offices and director of Swiss Radio DRS, as well as Chief Communications Officer and Head Public Affairs, he worked for SRG many years. The graduate Germanist and theologian has many years of experience in the communication support of top executives. Iso Rechsteiner has completed the Senior Executive program at the London Business School and has sharpened his profile with an advanced training in conflict management at HSG.
Roland Siegenthaler is a Political and Communications Consultant and has been at the helm of the agency since it was founded in 2014. Prior to that he was a consultant at Burson Marsteller. He studied Economics at the Universities of Bern and Lausanne, Public Management at the University of Lucerne and undertook further training in professional media work at the Swiss School of Journalism (MAZ).
Dave Schneider combines strategic communications with audiovisual media. With his campaigns he ensures, communication has an impact in the digital sphere. He studied Film, Sociology and Journalism at the University of Zurich, after which he spent many years working for agencies and associations. His know-how is rounded off with a Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) in Communications Management from the ZHAW and various further training courses on Google systems.
Urs Rellstab studied Economics and has worked as a journalist, editor-in-chief and for a long time as head of communications with economiesuisse. From 2000 to 2010 he was responsible for all the campaigns of this umbrella business association. A successful and experienced campaigner. Strategic political consulting, lobbying, ghostwriting and efficient implementation.
Anja Walker finds the right messages and makes sure they take effect. She has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Zurich in Politics and Law, a Master’s in Public Management from the Universities of Bern and Lausanne and undertook further training in professional media work at the Swiss School of Journalism (MAZ). She has experience in the financial industry and, before joining Kommunikationsplan, she also worked for the State Secretariat for Migration.
After several years working in municipal administration, Christian Steiner added to this experience with a business and communications degree from the University of Lucerne. After this he worked as project manager in events and social media marketing. Steiner is at home in all fields of communication.
Mirko Gentina studied political science and economic and social history at the University of Zurich and has worked as editor-in-chief with various science and B2B publishing houses. He worked for several years as consultant and project manager for various agencies and economiesuisse, the umbrella association of Swiss business. A postgraduate degree in communications science from the ZHAW and Columbia University rounds off his profile.
Michael Surber is an experienced political and media professional. He gets to the bottom of things and brings the facts to the point. In recent years he has done this as a domestic editor for the Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) and the Basler Zeitung. He completed his studies in political science, economics and economic history at the University of Zurich with a doctorate.
Elias Kempf is an analytical thinker and divides difficult issues into their individual elements successfully. The resulting texts are understandable and easy to read. He studied political science and modern history in Zurich. His previous professional career includes the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and editorial staff of the newspaper 20 minutes.
Sarah Frey is an expert on sustainability and digital topics. Before starting as a consultant, she was head of communications at Swico, the trade association for the ICT and Internet industry. She studied political science at the University of Lausanne hand holds a CAS in media communication.
After studying Economics and working as a local journalist, Marcel Kamm spent seven years with Swissmem. Since 1999, he has worked as a communications consultant both in political communications and also in all fields of corporate communications. Kamm is a generalist. In particular he has many years of experience as a media trainer and in crisis communications.
Virginie Simon is an expert in strategic communications, crisis communications and media relations. As a former project manager for the BAG and international agencies, she has excellent contacts into the public administration, politics and business. She studied political science at the University of Lausanne, strategic brand management at the London School of Business and Finance and marketing management at the HEC Lausanne. With her agency Simon & Co in Lausanne, she supports Kommunikationsplan in French-speaking Switzerland.