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May 2017, Bette

Bette is a family-owned company in the Westphalia region of Germany. It manufactures high-quality bath modules. In late 2015, Bette began working with Stan Hema to further refine its heritage brand. It is now positioned consistently in the premium segment and addresses consumers more directly than before. Its catalog and website now appear as magazines, telling the story of its brand, its products, and the people who work there.

Website Bette

April 2017, Freunde der Nationalgalerie

Rudolf Belling (1886—1972) is one of the most important German sculptors of the modern classical era. As early as 1924, the National Gallery dedicated an exhibition to this versatile artist, and on 8 April 2017, Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin opened a major retrospective of Rudolf Belling. Sculptures and architecture. Stan Hema worked with photographer Johann Klausen to develop the communication for the exhibition. The key visual for the campaign is Belling’s work Brass Head, photographed with depth and nuance by Klausen.

March 2017, Deutsches Historisches Museum

Starting in April 2017, we will be advising the German Historical Museum Foundation in the areas of design and communication. The focus will be on integrated campaigns for special exhibitions that convey the relevance of history. Those who do not know history cannot understand the present—or shape the future. The start will be this October with the exhibition 1917. Revolution. Russia and Europe, which the museum is currently presenting the first time on the occasion of the ITB 2017.

Website Deutsches Historisches Museum

Profile

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Brands drive the inter­action be­tween sup­ply and de­mand. Stan Hema creates new brands and en­han­ces exist­ing ones. We bring brand stra­tegies to life through com­munica­tion, and work with com­panies and enter­prises to forge paths that lead their brands to success. We help our clients carve out unique mar­ket positions, de­fine their pro­ducts and ser­vices clear­ly, and com­muni­cate with their tar­get groups in a way that is clear and en­gaging. Stan Hema is the cre­ative branding agency.

Services

­Brands—We develop their strategic foundations. First we analyze a brand’s current position in its market. We then work with our clients to collect and consolidate knowledge and experience and identify potential. Together we then formulate the brand’s future position, benefit, and character. We develop a core brand idea and define goals.

We offer the following services:

  • Brand and market analysis
  • Definitions of target groups, brand position, and brand character
  • Brand ideas
  • Brand and branding strategies
  • Brand architecture
  • Brand slogans
  • Systems for products and services

People—We get involved with the potential target group. We delve into the world they live in, how they communicate, and how they interact with media. Using that knowledge, we identify the touchpoints where a brand can come into contact with its target group. We then define the media, services, and contents that are really relevant for them.

We offer the following services:

  • Target group analysis (user experience)
  • Definition of personas, life settings, and user journeys
  • Communication strategies
  • Touchpoint strategies
  • Visual and contact strategies
  • Media dramaturgy
  • Concepts for media, campaigns, services, and contents

Media—We transform strategic goals into design and communication. We use visuals to examine and specify the brand strategy. We plan and design the entire communication process across all channels. That includes both form and content, services and processes. In addition we guide and coach everyone involved in the branding process.

We offer the following services:

  • Communication planning
  • Brand elements and systems
  • Producing media, campaigns, services, and contents
  • Editing, proofreading
  • Web development, front-end, back-end, software and database programming
  • Template programming
  • Logo digitization, technical color specification
  • Guidelines, online documentation platforms
  • Image processing
  • Final artwork, print files, data distribution

Clients

  • Bauhaus Kooperation Berlin Dessau Weimar
  • Berlinale Talents
  • Bertelsmann
  • Bette
  • Deutsches Historisches Museum
  • Deutsche Oper Berlin
  • Deutsch-Französisches Jugendwerk
  • Deutschlandradio
  • Die Familienunternehmer
  • Dr. Hauschka
  • Eutrac
  • Freudenberg
  • Fuldwerk
  • Gemeinschaft für Esskultur
  • GLS Bank
  • Grisebach
  • Hyazinth
  • Ionto Health & Beauty Gruppe
  • Kieler Woche (Landeshauptstadt Kiel)
  • Kiomi
  • Klinik Buchinger Wilhelmi
  • Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
  • Kulturstiftung der Länder
  • Landesdenkmalamt Berlin
  • me Collectors Room Berlin
  • Modulor
  • Mosaik WfB
  • Museum Folkwang
  • powerAge Foundation
  • RBB Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg
  • Rektorenkonferenz der Musikhochschulen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
  • Sarah Wiener Gruppe
  • Sawade
  • Schubert & Salzer
  • Selux
  • Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
  • STADT UND LAND Wohnbauten-Gesellschaft
  • Stiftung Berliner Schloss — Humboldtforum
  • Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz
  • Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg
  • Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg
  • Thomas Quasthoff
  • Urania Berlin
  • UTB Projektmanagement und Verwaltungsgesellschaft
  • V14 — Vogel Heerma Waitz
  • Veganz

People

Partners

Mathias Illgen
Managing director, partner

Mathias Illgen finished his master’s degree in business with a focus on marketing and business psych­ology at the Technical Uni­versity of Dres­den. After start­ing his career at Gruner + Jahr, he switched to Meta­Design in 1999, where he was a client services di­rector and a mem­ber of the manage­ment board. Mathias Illgen is a co-founder of Stan Hema and is the man­aging di­rector of the agency.

Stephanie Kurz
Brand consulting, partner

Stephanie Kurz studied design at the Basel School of Design and com­pleted her exami­nations as a state-­certified designer in Switzer­land. She is a co-­founder of Stan Hema follow­ing her former post as the head of brand con­sulting and member of the man­agement board at Meta­Design. Stephanie Kurz is a member of the Art Directors Club (ADC) in Ger­many, gives seminars and talks on branding (e. g. at the uni­versity of applied sciences in Munich and the Uni­versity of the Arts in Berlin), and is a member of the jury at the Academy of Art and Design in Basel, Switzer­land. Stephanie Kurz is respon­sible for strategic consult­ing at Stan Hema.

Heike Schmidt
Design, partner

Heike Schmidt re­ceived her master’s degree in com­muni­cation design from the uni­versity of applied sciences in Darm­stadt. After work­ing for Penta­gram and Neue Gestaltung, she most recently was a design director at Meta­Design. Heike Schmidt is a member of the German Designer Club (DDC), and is a co-­founder of Stan Hema. Along with An­dreas Weber, she is respon­sible for design at the agency.

Andreas Weber
Design, partner

Andreas Weber studied design at the Basel School of Design and com­pleted his ex­amina­tions as a state-­certified designer in Switzer­land. He was a member of the manage­ment board at MetaDesign, where he most recently was the creative director and head of the Düssel­dorf office. Andreas Weber is a co-­founder of Stan Hema, and along with Heike Schmidt he is respon­sible for design at the agency. In late 2013 he also re­ceived his certi­fication as a busi­ness coach. Andreas has been lecturing on branding at conferences and universities (MD.H Mediadesign Hochschule, EBC Euro-Business-College for instance).

Our team

Doris Schlieper
Brand consulting

Doris Schlieper already discovered her fascination for the strategic dimension of design as a graphic design student at the University of Applied Sciences in Bielefeld. That led her to complete her studies at the Cologne International School of Design in 2002, which systematically integrates the classic design disciplines like no other university in Germany. Since then Doris Schlieper has been advising both clients (e.g. Volkswagen Design Strategy) and branding agencies in design and marketing strategy, including Stan Hema since 2014.

Katharina Städele
Brand consulting

Katharina Städele began focusing on strategic marketing during her studies in international business management at the Berlin School of Economics and Law and the Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, Korea. After finishing an internship she was a student worker at MetaDesign while completing her bachelor’s degree, which she received in March 2015. Since August 2015 she has been working as a brand consultant at Stan Hema.

Dennis Oliver Schroer
Brand consulting
(Freelance)

Dennis Oliver Schroer re­ceived his master’s degree in inter­national man­agement with a focus on global and stra­tegic brand­ing from the Uni­versity of Maastricht in the Nether­lands. He went on to finish a second master’s degree in cul­tural studies at Gold­smiths College in London. After work­ing at cultural and arts insti­tutions as well as strategy and trend re­search agencies in London, New York, and Hamburg, he moved to Berlin in 2008. As a strategist and concept developer, he plans and designs branding processes, and is an art consultant and curator for the Din­gum art series.  

Nina Reininger
Brand consulting
(Freelance)

Since finishing her master’s degree in business at the International Business School in Lippstadt in 2000, Nina Reininger has advised clients in all areas of branding and communication. She has many years of expertise in insight-based B2B and B2C branding through her work in trend research (Ears & Eyes), classic advertising (Philipp und Keuntje), and brand strategy (MetaDesign), covering all areas from brand development to brand renewal, brand stretching, and practical corporate brand management. Since the beginning of 2016 she has been working with our consulting team on a project basis.

Astrid Winterfeld
Storytelling

Astrid Winterfeld received her MA in theater and film from the Free University of Berlin, and started working in copywriting and concepts at Stan Hema in April 2017. After working for many years as a production assistant for TV and film for Deutsche Welle, Gerhard Haase-Hindenberg, Regina Ziegler, and Detlev Buck, she began focusing more on journalism. As a freelance author and editor, she continues to support online and offline media through her work for Jüdische Rundschau and the magazine Seinsart.

Nicolas Flessa
Storytelling

Nicolas Flessa completed his MA in Egyptian studies, classic archaeology, and religion at Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich in 2004. In 2006 and 2007 he attended the Konrad Wolf Film University Babelsberg, where he majored in scripting and dramaturgy. Since then he has worked as a freelance author, editor, and filmmaker for various print, online, and video formats. The focus of his journalism is on architecture, art history, society, and culture. Since 2016, Nicolas Flessa is our man for editorial and storytelling for corporate communication.

Kai-Uwe Niephaus
Concept

Kai-Uwe Niephaus received his degree in design from the University of Applied Sciences in Aachen in 2010. Since then he has worked both as a freelancer and for renowned agencies. Starting in May 2015, he was responsible for the ideation, creation, and implementation of cross-media brand communication at Edenspiekermann in Berlin, most recently as a design director on projects for manufacturing companies, media, and cultural institutions. He has won a number of awards, including one from the Art Directors Club, and joined the Stan Hema consulting team in December 2016.

Zisan Bay
Storytelling
Brand consulting
(Trainee)

Zisan Bay received her BA degree in business from the bbw University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. In her thesis, she explored the topic of branding in the context of social networks. During her studies and internships, she worked in the Berlin start-up scene, including a stint in social, online, and content at Styllight und Amorelie. Zisan Bay is currently doing a traineeship until the end of September in strategic consulting and editorial at Stan Hema.

Anne Mauersberger
Project management

Anne Mauersberger worked as a legal assistant until 2000, when she joined MetaDesign as the project assistant for the Volkswagen team. Within a short time she was promoted to assistant to the executive board. In 2007 she became a project manager, a role in which she was also responsible for the Volkswagen brand and Volkswagen Group budgets, most recently as the senior client manager. In January 2016 she joined Stan Hema as a project lead.

Benedikt Heinemann
Project management

Benedikt Heinemann finished his master’s degree at Albert Ludwig University in Freiburg with a thesis on regional marketing in TriRhena, which includes the border regions of Germany, France, and Switzerland. He then developed and coordinated two test market projects for Bacardi GmbH before going on to design sustainable tourism strategy concepts for a regional consultancy. Benedikt Heinemann began working as a project and marketing manager at Stan Hema in April 2009 for Mosaik WfB GmbH and Die Kuhhorster ecovillage, and became a full-time member of the Stan Hema team in October 2010.  

Felix Becker
Project management

Felix Becker completed his bachelor of science at the Media University in Stuttgart, where he focused on concepts and management of web-based applications. At the beginning of 2014 he began working at the Berlin-based advertising agency 3pc as a project lead and concept developer. In March 2017 he joined the project management team for digital media at Stan Hema. Felix does volunteer work for Metacollect, an open data initiative that supports social projects.

Luigi Gino Cafaro
Project management

Luigi Gino Cafaro discovered his fascination for multi-media communication early on. That led him to study information management at Stuttgart Media University, where he finished his degree in 2000. Since then, his career has taken him to online agencies such as Pixelpark and Razorfisch, as well as to Daimler and Aspira. In the summer of 2015, he joined Stan Hema as a project manager for digital media.

Esther Katalin Henzel
Project management
(Trainee)

After finishing her vocational training at Boros, a communication agency in Berlin, Esther Katalin Henzel successfully finished her examinations as a specialist for marketing communication at the Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Berlin. A former orchestra violinist, she is bridging the time until her studies in social and business communication begin at the University of the Arts in Berlin as a trainee in project management, where she is developing her expertise in cultural brand development at Stan Hema. Her traineeship will continue until autumn 2017.

Eduard Warkentin
Interaction design

Eduard Warkentin carefully selected the University of Design in Schwäbisch Gmünd as his place to study because its interaction design department has an excellent reputation that goes far beyond Germany’s borders. He went on to do internships on the web design team at Auroville, a universal city project in southern India that is recognized by the UNESCO, as well as at the agency Neue Gestaltung in Berlin. There he was most recently a senior interaction designer and front-end developer. In September 2015 he went freelance, and joined Stan Hema in the same roles.

Elsa Westreicher
Design

Elsa Westreicher received her Bachelor of Arts with first class honours in 2012 from Central Saint Martins College in London. She then received a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service and did postgraduate studies in social sciences at the New School for Social Research in New York. After working in the graphics department at Zalando SE for one year, she began working as a freelance graphic designer in 2014. After a traineeship at Stan Hema she became part of our creative team in December 2016.

Fabian Maier-Bode
Design

After receiving his diploma from the Design School of Munich, Fabian Maier-Bode began working in magazine design as a typography designer. As a freelance art director, he has worked for such clients as the Süddeutsche Zeitung magazine and GQ magazine. He moved to Berlin in 2014 and continued working on his own projects, as well as for Greige, a design office, and CDLX, a digital agency. He joined the Stan Hema design team in the summer of 2016.

Kathleen Raasch
Design

After finishing her vocational training as a media designer for digital and print media, Kathleen Raasch studied integrated design at Anhalt University in Dessau. In early 2015 she completed her bachelor’s degree with a cross-disciplinary communication strategy for the Zeiss Major Planetarium in Berlin. In 2014 Kathleen Raasch spent her internship semester at Stan Hema, and in May 2015 she became a full team member. We are delighted that she remains in our team part-time while working towards her master’s degree at Kunsthochschule Weißensse.

Kathrin Radke
Design

Kathrin Radke received her BA in design from the Technical University of Nuremberg in 2014. Her bachelor’s thesis, Ft or the Right to Laziness—a typographical examination of idleness, was published by Kunstanstifter Verlag in March 2015, and won the German Design Award in the editorial category in 2016. After gaining some agency experience at Realgestalt and Lambl Homburger, Stan Hema hired her in summer 2016.

Mathias Schulz
Design

Mathias Schulz was already working as a designer during his studies at the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten in The Hague and at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz, where he received his BA in 2014. The focus of his training was on cross-media design concepts. He has been working at Stan Hema since July 2016.

Peer Hempel
Design

Peer Hempel completed his Bachelor of Arts in 2015 and immediately started his master’s studies in visual communication, both at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam. Corporate design, illustration, and typography were the focus of his studies, and he was able to learn even more about them during his six-month internship at Stan Hema, which ended in March 2014. He rejoined our design team in August 2016, immediately after completing his master’s thesis, “I and the unconscious”.

Salina Gandji
Design

Salina Gandji received her degree in graphic design from the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt in 2003. She worked in a number of different agencies in Germany and abroad before joining Stan Hema at the end of 2015. Over the years she has developed expertise in three aspects in particular: holistic design approaches for on- and offline media, communication strategy, and a strong user- and target group-based way of thinking.

Sonja Johanna Erb
Design
(Trainee)

After studying art history and philosophy at the Free University of Berlin for two semesters, Sonja Johanna Erb decided to make a change from the theoretical to the practical. She started her studies in visual communication at the Art University in Berlin-Weissensee, which she finished in July 2016 at the University of the Arts in Berlin in the class of visual systems. From January to June 2017, she is gaining experience in consulting and design at Stan Hema.

Stefan Becker
Design

After completing a one-year internship at the Bielefeld Municipal School of the Arts, Stefan Becker began his studies in communication design at Dortmund University of Applied Sciences, working as a freelance designer until he finished his degree in 2011. He then worked at Boros studio in Wuppertal and later in Berlin. After working at Strichpunkt, he joined Stan Hema in July 2015.

Wolfram Kornemann
Design

Wolfram Kornemann did his vocational training as a cabinetmaker before his passion for design led him to a degree in communication design, which he finished at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam in 2011. He went on to do a traineeship at MetaDesign before joining Neue Gestaltung in 2012 as a designer. In the meantime he has done a number of freelance projects, and joined the creation team at Stan Hema in the summer of 2015.

Daniel Vandré
Prepress
(Freelance)

Daniel Vandré studied physics at the Free University of Berlin, and worked as a software engineer in the IT sector for many years. In 2010 he started his own business as a service provider experienced in designing customer-specific application and in managing client projects. He focuses mainly on the final implementation of premium-quality print media in prepress and on designing templates and screen presentations. He has been working in layout and final artwork for Stan Hema since 2012.

So-Tsong Vandré
Prepress
(Freelance)

So-Tsong Vandré did her training as a typo­grapher at the German Federal Printing Office. She has been respon­sible for final artwork, image pro­cessing and re­touching, layout, and pre­press pro­duction moni­toring at a number of ad­vertis­ing and design agencies. In 2000, So-Tsong Vandré started her own business, and has since been work­ing on a free­lance basis in type­setting, layout, final art­work, and elec­tronic image pro­cessing. At Stan Hema, she is respon­sible for the premium quality of our pre­press work.

Stefan E. Bischof
Organization and communication

After finishing his uni­versity entrance qualification in Austria, Stefan E. Bischof worked for four years as a mar­keting assistant for the Austrian national tourism organi­zation in Paris and Frankfurt. In 1994 he joined Dietz Design Management in a similar function before switching to MetaDesign in 1996, where he was the executive assistant for com­pany founders Erik Spiekermann and Uli Mayer-­Johanssen for 15 years. Stefan E. Bischof joined Stan Hema in January 2011, where he is respon­sible for organi­zation and com­muni­cation, and is also the first contact for anyone interested in working for the agency.

Contact

 

 

Stan Hema GmbH
Branding Agency

Hedemannstraße 14
10969 Berlin
Germany

Phone +49 30 232576 0
Fax +49 30 232576 11
kontakt@stanhema.com

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Media

Our branding pro­jects are usually confi­dential until they are pub­lished. We will be happy to inform you via our media distri­bution list of im­portant mile­stones we reach with our clients. Please sign up if you’re interested. You’ll find media in­formation we’ve pub­lished below—our media releases are available only in German for now, sorry. If you have any questions regard­ing brand­ing and com­muni­cation, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Please direct media enquiries to:

Stefan E. Bischof
+49 30 232576 20
presse@stanhema.com

Media releases

Our press releases are available only in German for now, sorry.

Daten und Fakten

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Januar 2016, Bauhaus Verbund 2019

100 Jahre Bauhaus – ein großes Ereignis wirft seine Schatten voraus: Die Gründung des Bauhauses jährt sich 2019 zum hundertsten Mal; Stan Hema entwickelt die Markenkommunikation für das nationale Jubiläum mit weltweiter Ausstrahlung.

2. September 2014

Sawade: Trüffel und Pralinen
aus Berlin seit 1880

Seit Kaisers Zeiten steht Sawade für exquisite Pralinen und Trüffel. Ende 2013 übernahm das Ehepaar Hübel Berlins älteste Pralinenmanufaktur und beauftragte Stan Hema mit der Entwicklung der Markenstrategie. Der Markenauftritt lebt vom Spiel der Gegensätze: Verschiedenen Schichten und Materialen, sowie widersprüchliche – nämlich geometrische und organische – Muster treffen aufeinander. Denn Sawade ist wie Berlin; mit seinen historischen Brüchen, die überall zutage treten, und der Spannung, die daraus erwächst.

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27 February 2014

Dr. Hauschka: Überarbeitung des Markenauftritts

Bereits seit Sommer 2010 arbeiten die WALA Heil­mittel und Stan Hema partner­schaft­lich an der be­hut­samen Weiter­ent­­wick­lung der Natur­kos­metik­marke Dr. Hauschka und ihres Marken­auftritts. Die neu ge­staltete Pro­dukt­ver­packung war erst­mals auf der Nürn­berger Fach­messe Viva­ness (12. – 15. Fe­bruar 2014) zu sehen, ab März er­rei­chen sie nun den Einzel­handel – der neue Marken­auf­tritt von Dr. Hauschka kommt zur vol­len Ent­fal­tung.

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13 September 2012

100 Jahre Deutsche Oper Berlin: Stan Hema gestaltet neuen Marken­auftritt und Saison­eröffnungs­kampagne.

Die demokratischste Oper der Welt: Von Bürgern für Bürger gegründet, bildete 1912 die Deutsche Oper Berlin den Gegen­pol zum höfischen Spiel­betrieb unter den Linden. Dank ihrer künstlerischen Brillanz sowie ihres breiten Repertoires zählt sie heute welt­weit zu den angesehensten Spiel­stätten und ist für Besucher wie Stars gleicher­maßen attraktiv.

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16 April 2012­

Stan Hema lässt Leuchtenhersteller Selux in neuem Licht erscheinen: Relaunch der Marke auf der Frankfurter Messe Light + Building am 15. April 2012

Der Markt von Leuchten und Lichts­ystemen befindet sich im Um­bruch: Technologie­unternehmen akquirieren zunehmend traditio­nelle Leuchten­hersteller, um so den Vertrieb ihrer Licht­technik zu forcieren. Das Berliner Unter­nehmen Selux bietet diesem Trend die Stirn und bleibt unab­hängig. Um sich im Markt zu behaupten, hat das Familien­unternehmen ein weit­reichendes Zukunfts­projekt gestartet. Wesentlicher Bestand­teil ist die Weiter­entwicklung und Stärkung der Marke Selux, Stan Hema wurde im August 2011 mit dieser Aufgabe beauftragt.

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12 December 2011

Stan Hema entwickelt die Marke Deutsch-Französisches Jugendwerk (DFJW): Vorbereitung für das 50. Jubiläum im Januar 2013 bereits im neuen Auftritt

Charles De Gaulle und Konrad Adenauer unter­zeichneten am 22. Januar 1963 den Staats­vertrag über die deutsch-französische Zusammen­arbeit. Zur Erreichung des Ziels, ihre Länder versöhnt in ein vereinigtes, friedliches Europa zu geleiten, maßen die beiden Politiker dem Thema „Austausch und Ausbildung der Jugend“ große Bedeutung bei: So kam es am 5. Juli 1963 zur Gründung des Deutsch-Französischen Jugendwerks. Rechtzeitig vor dem 50. Jubiläum der zwei Vertrags­signaturen entwickelte die Berliner Marken­agentur Stan Hema den neuen Marken­auftritt der deutsch-französischen Institution, der ab 12. Dezember offiziell lanciert wird.

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23 March 2011

150 Jahre Nationalgalerie Berlin: Stan Hema gestaltet die Kommunikation im Jubiläumsjahr

Stan Hema entwickelt die Kommuni­kation für das 150-jährige Jubiläum der National­galerie zu Berlin. Der Auftritt legt eine visuelle Klammer um die zwei diesjährigen Schwer­punkte: „150 Jahre National­galerie“ und Jubiläums­ausstellung „Die Sammlung des Bankiers Wagener“ in der Alten National­galerie auf der Museums­insel Berlin (23. März 2011 bis 8. Januar 2012).

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23 February 2011

„Das größte Museum Berlins“ im Verfall begriffen Die Berliner Marken­agentur Stan Hema unterstützt die Initiative „Berliner Grabmale retten“ des Landes­denkmalamts Berlin

„Unter jedem Grabstein eine Weltgeschichte“ lautet der Titel eines 250-seitigen Katalogs, mit dem das Landesdenkmalamt Berlin zur einer in Deutschland einzigartigen Hilfsaktion aufruft: Die dort dokumentierten hundert historisch und künstlerisch bemerkenswerten Grabmale auf Berlins Friedhöfen drohen zu verfallen. Ein „Teil des Gedächtnisses dieser Stadt“, so der Regierende Bürgermeister Klaus Wowereit im Geleitwort, stünde unwiederbringlich vor seiner Auslöschung.

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23  February 2011

Drei Jahre Stan Hema: Die Berliner Marken­agentur startet mit drei neuen Projekten ins Geschäfts­jahr

Dreijähriges feiert die Berliner Marken­agentur Stan Hema, die 2008 von vier ehemaligen Führungs­kräften der MetaDesign AG (darunter drei Mitgliedern der Geschäfts­leitung) gegründet wurde. Das lang­jährige Team­work bei Deutschlands führender Agentur für CI, CD und Branding für Auftrag­geber wie Volkswagen, Deutsche Post DHL, Otto Group und bei den bis heute Maß­stab setzenden Kultur­marken „Das MoMA in Berlin“ und „Die schönsten Franzosen kommen aus New York“ ließ Mathias Illgen, Stephanie Kurz, Heike Schmidt und Andreas Weber den Sprung in die Selbstständigkeit wagen.

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Jobs

­“After working for many years at Germany’s largest agency for corporate identity and design, we founded Stan Hema in 2008 with the aim of doing something different, and in a different way. And as partners of the agency, we not only wanted to lead others, but also to be involved in the operational work of projects—never alone, but always with a team of creatives who are good planners and passionate designers, and consultants who recognize and appreciate the potential of design.”

Mathias Illgen, Stephanie Kurz, Heike Schmidt, Andreas Weber

 

People make the brand!

“If you wait until you need something before you start looking, you’re already too late.” That’s why you won’t find any job listings on our page. We welcome applications from people in all areas of brand development, so that when we’re looking for someone with your skills, we’ve already got your telephone number. We’re mostly looking for full-time employees in the classic fields of design, consulting, and project management, but we also work with freelancers on a project basis.

 

Please send your application
or your queries to:

Stefan E. Bischof
+49 30 232576 20
mitarbeit@stanhema.com

 

 

Internships and traineeships

We look forward to receiving your application if you not only want to develop and fine-tune ideas with us, but also bring them to reality in an agency environment. If you would like to gain experience during or after your studies, Stan Hema can offer you opportunities in design, strategic consulting, or project management. There are two ways you can gain experience with us:

Internship

If you would like to do a three-month internship at Stan Hema, the study regulations at your university must call for a mandatory internship. If you are applying for a design internship, you also need to have good skills in InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. You’re familiar with HTML, CSS, Javascript etc. as well? Even better! We pay you 400.00 € (gross) per month for your mandatory internship, and you will also receive two paid vacation days per month. Please send us your application with your preferred starting date and a confirmation from your university that its study regulations require an internship.

Traineeship

If you’ve already finished your degree, you can apply for a six-month traineeship in design, strategic consulting, or project management. Beyond the opportunity to make a real contribution in your chosen field, our more experienced team members will also give you insight into our other areas (design, strategic consulting, or project management). We pay you 1.550,00 € (gross), and you will also receive two paid vacation days per month.

 

Please send your application
or your queries to:

Stefan E. Bischof
+49 30 232576 20
mitarbeit@stanhema.com