• 12.03.2020

Another customer in the non-profit sector: Haus des Stiftens relies on Schwartz PR

The Munich PR agency Schwartz Public Relations is responsible for the communication of the DIGITAL-REPORT 2020. The report provides comprehensive findings on digitization in the non-profit sector. It was initiated and published by Haus des Stiftens gGmbH and supported by the Federal Ministry of the Internal Affairs, Building and Homeland Affairs. Around 5,000 non-profit organizations […]

Munich 12.03.2020 /

The Munich PR agency Schwartz Public Relations is responsible for the communication of the DIGITAL-REPORT 2020. The report provides comprehensive findings on digitization in the non-profit sector. It was initiated and published by Haus des Stiftens gGmbH and supported by the Federal Ministry of the Internal Affairs, Building and Homeland Affairs. Around 5,000 non-profit organizations (associations, foundations and other non-profit legal entities) from all over Germany were surveyed for the DIGITAL-REPORT 2020 in November 2019. Since every third German is organized in at least one association, the results have a high social relevance.

About Schwartz PR

Schwartz Public Relations focuses on public relations for German and international companies in the technology and service sectors and is one of the leading agencies in this segment in Germany.

The agency offers its clients the entire spectrum of corporate communications  from corporate communications, social media and product PR to internal communications and crisis communication, web content creation and corporate publishing. Schwartz Public Relations was founded in Munich in 1994 by Christoph Schwartz and is the exclusive DACH partner of the international PR network Eurocom Worldwide (www.eurocompr.com). In 2016 and 2017 Schwartz PR was awarded the Sabre Award as best agency employer in Continental Europe.

Press contact

Schwartz Public Relations
+49(0)89.211871-30
info@schwartzpr.de
Sendlinger Straße 42A
D-80331 Munich

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