Communicating in a competent and truthful way
Successful corporate communications always follows a plan. You have to know where you stand, where you want to go and how you can reach your goals. We at science communications assist you in developing such a plan.
Of course, we also implement the individual elements of a communications strategy. Our particular strength lies in communicating complex information in a way that is easy to understand – whether it is in the form of a trade press article, a video, key visuals or a whole website.
We accompany enterprises, organizations and individuals over a period of many years, but we also provide assistance on a short-term basis for example in crisis situations.
We feel privileged to have received a number of international industry awards for campaigns and activities in PR, marketing and advertising. Most recently, we received the RAD Award 2014 for a recruiting video.
New Website Rainer Spitzenberger Photography
For the photographer Rainer Spitzenberger we have developed a completely new website – including the initial concept, the texts, the design and the technical implementation.
Hays in Swiss Engineering
Frank Schabel, Head of Marketing/Corporate Communication at Hays AG, a recruitment company, writes in Swiss Engineering about career perspectives for women in technical professions. The content is based on the annual HR-Report that is published by “Institut für Beschäftigung und Employability” in collaboration with Hays AG.
Article (PDF, in German)
RAD Awards 2014
Europe’s largest ballroom is located in the Grosvenor House at Hyde Park in London. On January 30th, about one thousand guests dressed up in tuxedos and evening dresses gathered there for the gala ceremony of the RAD Awards 2014. The event is considered to be the Oscars of the recruitment industry, as RAD stands for Recruitment Advertising Design. In order to attract the best new employees enterprises are willing to make considerable expenses. Hence, the level of quality among the nominated campaigns was truly impressive. After three rounds of evaluation by the jury, only one project won an award in each of eighteen categories. science communications succeeded with the video Eureka for ETH Zurich in the category audio visual.