We have been stage-managing products and brands since 1992 – with passion and always with our finger on the pulse. Effective live communication is the key to creating and strengthening an emotional bond to brands and products.
Live communication is effective. Whether you are planning a party, high-tech trade show, creative product presentation, exciting incentive scheme, hands-on workshop or motivating team-building session – face-to-face communication in our digital world is more powerful than ever!
Full service in perfection – as a STARK! partner, you have our support whenever and wherever you need it: with brainstorming, planning and/or execution.
She brims with innovative ideas, flows with creativity, and works best when working with others—even after almost 30 years, the agency's namesake is still passionate about her profession.
OK isn't simply enough when perfect is possible!
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Highly experienced. Totally dedicated. Always comes up trumps.
Carolin Reitter adores her job as Project Manager and Managing Director. She is an all-rounder who thinks outside the box, while always giving the clients her individual attention.
Thus, she turns even small events into a great experience. She works passionately and skilfully to stage events to absolute perfection, down to the very last detail.
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As a perfectionist, she is only satisfied when every individual element fits together to create a very special whole. She enjoys the hustle and bustle of daily life, but always manages to keep a clear head.
Nothing is impossible! Katharina takes on every challenge with enthusiasm and creativity. For her, happy customers are the best thank you.
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Loves to travel, yet happy at home.
A perfectionist with a touch of creative ease. Hard-working and ambitious with a good dose of humor.
Having completed her studies in Tourism Management, Veronika is bubbling over with new ideas and energy – always ready to work hard for our customers to find the solution that once seemed impossible.
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Her top priority is customer satisfaction.
After completing her training as a restaurant service specialist and taking her first professional steps in venue management, this nature enthusiast and individualist decided to switch to a career in communications.
Service- and achievement-oriented, charming and focused, she ensures that her clients receive top-notch support every step of the way.
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Wherever something’s to do in our agency - Ute does it. Office manager, personal assistant, first aid - she takes care and makes our agency an even nicer place to work!
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Richard Stry is a born aesthete. As a child, he was always working on beautiful creations. What were once sandcastles have now become his clients’ corporate designs.
Plain vanilla is foreign to him. He is able to transform client specifications into creative experiences thanks to his ability to understand the needs of his clients and his great commitment to them.
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That is exactly what makes work so exciting for Julian Dillinger – making the seemingly impossible possible.
To make sure our clients' websites stand out above the crowd (and prevent them from disappearing into data oblivion), it takes a lot of experience, technical expertise, and creativity.
Innovative ideas, first-class programming of all kinds of web applications, search engine optimisation (SEO), and search engine marketing (SEM) are just a few of his specialties.
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Our experienced team members oversee your events with creativity, professionalism and charm.
Even today, artificial intelligence is making many things possible that were unthinkable just a short while ago. But where does the potential lie in technology? Where is machine learning already being used? And what doors will deep learning open in the near future?
Intel invited decision makers to the hottest and most modern venues in Munich, Paris, London, and Moscow, as part of the AI Summit Series, to discuss these questions and learn more about Intel's AI strategy.
Following the one-day summit, participants used this extraordinary opportunity to discuss AI trends and to network and exchange information with presenters and attending IT experts in a relaxed atmosphere.
With a perfectly set stage, video walls, and projected images, Stark! Marketing, as the partner for organizational issues, ensured that the event series was a complete success.
The Futurium is the emerging center for shaping the future in the government district of Berlin: an exhibition with vibrant scenarios, an interactive laboratory, and an event forum as a place for dialog.
At CeBIT 2017 in Hanover, STARK! Marketing organized Futurium's first successful trade show exhibition with an exceptional booth that presented visitors with exciting exhibits and interesting presentations and workshops.
The booth's must-see was a multimedia wish keeper—an app that linked visitors' wishes for the future in one neural network. The Future Fab Lab let visitors develop high-tech prototypes for tomorrow with the help of experts from the maker scene. The prototypes were then displayed in the Future Showcase along with the most recent research projects from the worlds of design, bionics, and information technology.
As in 2015 and 2016, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) turned to STARK! Marketing once again to organize its trade show exhibition at the 2017 International Supercomputing Conference. And once again this year we were able to shine the spotlight on HPE's booth.
In line with the motto, "Accelerating HPC Solutions for Today and Tomorrow", the booth caught the attention of many visitors with its supercomputer, LED video wall, and an action-packed in-booth theater.
One particular highlight of HPE's exhibit was the champagne bar. After HPE's latest announcement on Monday evening, guests were invited to toast to the future of HPC and AI systems.
Tuesday evening was a blast to the past as visitors spent the evening at the Senckenberg Museum of Natural History for a networking event. HPC experts from around the world exchanged information and discussed HPC solutions and trends against a unique backdrop of dinosaurs from millions of years ago.
At the annual EMEA Solutions Summit, which took place in Madrid this year, selected partners of Intel could learn more about its latest trends and innovative products.
In the evening, STARK! Marketing organized an exclusive reception above the rooftops of Spain's capital city in the luxurious lifestyle hotel ME Madrid Reina Victoria.
While IT partners enjoyed the breathtaking view of the city, the relaxed atmosphere offered the perfect venue for networking with Intel managers and other participants so experiences and ideas could be shared and contacts could be made.
For the seventh consecutive time, STARK! set the stage for Intel at the kick-off event of the nationwide Girls'Day at the Federal Chancellery.
Girls'Day has become an important day for curious young women to fast forward a few years and think about their careers. Intel's goal is to spark their enthusiasm for professions that are typically considered "male" and present modern STEM subjects in a fascinatingly vivid way.
The highlight of the kick-off event at the Federal Chancellery was the futuristic-looking RSP17 Onyx, built by female students from the Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences. At Girls'Day, young women could not only test the racing car live and develop a few of their own components in the construction area, but they could also ask questions about a day in the life of an engineer or computer scientist and connect with Intel representatives for future job opportunities.
A dream come true for one Munich agency: as winner of the bid, we had the privilege of planning the opening ceremony day for the tunnel's second section (Mittlerer Ring); from the official opening ceremony with VIP reception to the folk festival above and below ground!
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The Intel Channel Conference has served as a platform for information exchange and communication in Germany and Europe since 1998. We were responsible for designing the concept and executing this successful business road show from the very start.
Once again in 2016, conference visitors at six different venues could learn all about the most important trends and products that are shaping the IT environment of today and tomorrow.
A large showcase area offered interactive demos and enticed visitors to try out these innovations for themselves. And breakout sessions allowed them to further their discussions in a more intimate setting.
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In May, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel invited OEMs to an IoT event series in a class of its own. The interactive conference focused on the new age of digitization and the impact the Internet of Things has on today's IT landscape.
Not only the conference's presentations and showcase demos offered unique perspectives—the venues were extraordinary too. The Armani Hotel in the Burj Khalifa, BMW World in Munich, and the impressive London County Hall served as the venues for this exclusive IoT conference.
The conference program was topped off with even more highlights: a once-in-a-lifetime view from the observation deck of the world's highest building, a tour of BMW World's fascinating exhibits, and a 360° panoramic view of London from the highest Ferris wheel in Europe, the London Eye.
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Global launch at IFA 2014: Finally the m is here! 300 invited guests were celebrating the m and the successful fair presentation over Berlin's roofs. The guests enjoyed groovy music, delicious food and tasty cocktails. Moulla the magician enchanted everyone during the whole evening.
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Even established personnel consulting service providers must forge new paths if they want to convince clients they offer top-quality services. High-caliber speakers such as Dr. Sahra Wagenknecht, Dr. Frank Schirrmacher, and Dr. Klaus von Dohnanyi emphasized the high standard Rochus Mummert sets in personnel consulting. They gave guests food for thought and provided inspiration regarding how to combine social thinking with economic success in the future.
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The future was at their fingertips as visitors of the Touch the Future Roadshow in Munich had the opportunity to put the latest IT technology to the test. Presentations held by specialists and hands-on exhibitor booths provided partners and participants with the latest updates on innovations in IT.
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A group of IT decision makers belonging to industry leaders visited the global player headquarters in Silicon Valley and everyone profited from lively brainstorming sessions! The fringe events included deep-sea fishing, wine tasting, and a baseball game to create a relaxed atmosphere, highlighting the flip side of California, the heart of world innovation.
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