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Vivaldi Continues European Expansion with Düsseldorf Office

Strategic marketing firm built for the digital era and the empowered consumer expands footprint in Europe

Vivaldi, the leading global growth strategy firm, continues to expand and invest in its successful German practice. The opening of a new office in Düsseldorf, one of the world’s major industrial centers and the center of corporate activity in Germany, closely follows the addition of two new German partners, Björn Sander and Marc Scherer. The partners are recognized thought leaders in the industry and bring substantial experience across a wide range of industries.

The opening of a third German office will further strengthen the firm’s presence in Europe, which also includes offices in Hamburg, Munich, Zurich and London. Erich Joachimsthaler, Vivaldi’s Founder and CEO, said: “We are thrilled to announce the opening of our new office in Düsseldorf. We are committed to deepening relationships with our clients across the world, and this exciting expansion of our European footprint will allow us to further contribute our expertise in branding, strategy and innovation to the German market.”

Vivaldi helps clients build strong brands and harness the power of innovation through consumer-first thinking to thrive in today’s marketplace. The firm’s Düsseldorf office will offer a full range of services across developing growth strategies, innovation management, marketing efficiency, process optimization, brand positioning, and digital strategies; and will serve new and existing customers globally across all major industries, including financial services, automotive, energy, healthcare, consumer goods, telecommunications, and nonprofit.

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Björn Sander

Senior Partner

Björn has more than 20 years of international experience in brand strategy and the transformation efforts that typically follow. His core experience is in market and customer focused strategy development, business transformation programs, brand positioning, brand portfolio and architecture, strategy implementation, performance organization and performance management.