Munich-based communications agency supports Czech system integrator with its communication activities in Germany
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Schwartz Public Relations now communicates for JDA Software (Scottsdale, Arizona, USA), one of the leading AI-based supply chain management platforms. Last year, JDA acquired Blue Yonder, the Karlsruhe-based AI specialist and long-standing SPR client, and thus also our agency’s expertise in the areas of supply chain, manufacturing, retail, 3PL and artificial intelligence. The aim of […]
The PR industry and its agencies are often accused of not being particularly good at gaining visibility. However, this has changed significantly in the last 15 years.
Our colleague Julia Maria Kaiser talks about her adventurous business trip to China, which was not only worthwhile, but also insightful from a business point of view.
Traineeship or direct entry? In his article for the German edition of PR-Report on the debate about young talents, agency owner Christoph Schwartz explains why we endorse on-the-job training. The article was published in the magazine’s issue of 2/2019.
Munich agency is awarded with "Best Agency to Work For" in EMEA and nominated as "Agency of the Year" in DACH.
The Munich PR agency Schwartz Public Relations has again achieved a top 10 ranking in the Pfeffer PR Turnover Ranking by PR Journal published today.
25 delegates from across Europe, the US, the Middle East and Asia Pacific explored geo-economic change and China’s increasing impact on the global economy and marketing communications.
Munich agency secures the gold award for the integrated communication campaign "How robots bring digitization to Germany's children's rooms"
In addition to worldwide media activities for the "ecom" brand, Schwartz Public Relations now also advises the parent company Pepperl+Fuchs on strategic communications.
The multiple award-winning electric bike celebrates its tenth anniversary this year with the brand new Gocycle GX and we are in charge of their communication activities in Germany
According to a GfK study (the largest German market research institute), consumers spent more than EUR 1 trillion worldwide on smartphones and consumer electronics, for the first time in history, in 2018. European consumers accounted for around 25 per cent of these sales. Smart, networkable premium devices were particularly popular in almost all categories. CES, […]