Professional Bio

I've started my first company when I was 15 years old, maintaining IT systems mostly for doctors.

After that, I've started several companies in industries such as sports marketing, wholesale trading, pet food, software, and others. Some went okay, some went very well – and yes, there was the occasional failure, but that's where you learn the most.

Marketing has always been my passion and at the center of all my entrepreneurial activities.

For the past few years, apart from running my own companies, I've been helping companies of all sizes get their marketing “right” and helped them to grow their business.

Amongst these companies are one-personal companies, but I've also worked as head of international marketing for a 7-billion dollar company, growing their operations in Asia.

Long story short: In the past 20 years, I've literally seen the inner workings of hundreds of companies, and when it comes to marketing, I see the same mistakes being made over and over again.

Luckily, there's almost nothing that can't be fixed, and that's where I can help your business: Make sure that every dollar you spend on marketing will have the optimum ROI.

If you want to work with me, get in touch with me on this page.

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Personal Bio

Born and raised in Germany, I've been living in Switzerland for the past 17 years of my life.

I'm 35 years old, married to my wonderful wife (that you can see on the left) and we have 3 wonderful little daughters between the ages of 1 and 6.

We live in the eastern part of Switzerland, about 1 hour from Zurich, in quite a rural area, where we are blessed to wake up to the view of beautiful mountains every single morning.

Besides marketing (which has never just been my profession but truly a passion), I love cooking, eating and making music (in that particular order).

I'm quite a geek when it comes to technical things, but I'm also a bit of a “craftsman” – I love working with wood, gardening and fixing things.

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