Promoton is now called "nice noise

For the audiovisual company Promoton from Bern, a new chapter begins after 25 years of company history.

25 years ago, Bobby Gertsch founded Promoton as a sole proprietorship in Wynigen. The company specialized early on in audio and radio advertising and created sounding content for clients such as Migros Aare or various Bernese private radio stations and SMEs.

In recent years, Promoton, now based in the city of Bern, has expanded its core competencies and is now increasingly focusing on innovative multimedia content and concepts for the information and entertainment sector. Nice Noise's portfolio includes spots, soundtracks, gripping videos and immersive audio.

The name Nice Noise as well as the new, dancing branding, implemented by the Bernese agency Studio Thom Pfister, emphasize the expanded company focus that appeals to all senses. The young and highly creative team of Nice Noise passionately implements the visions of its customers and creates new listening experiences. Nice Noise's range of products is at the cutting edge of technology and offers implementations in the trendsetting binaural 3D production technology.

The creations of Nice Noise can be encountered on the radio, in the cinema and on television, in museums and exhibitions or at events that radiate beyond Switzerland's borders.

Bobby Gertsch, his company partners Nadja Ender and the enterprising composer and sound designer Moritz Schneider, as well as the dynamic team, sum up the Nice Noise DNA as follows: "Sound, music and moving images are our passion. With great commitment we work with people for people. Passionate, familiar and with the highest quality. We don't want to be the biggest studio, but one of the best."

The rebranding event took place on September 1 in Bern.

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