Five new heads at Bühler&Bühler
In recent months, Bühler&Bühler has won various new client mandates from the financial sector, industry, and B2B marketing. This is one of the reasons why the Zurich-based agency has strengthened its team in the areas of design, strategy and content creation with five new creative minds.
Last fall, the agency hired Claudia Roethlisberger, an experienced art director, to expand its design expertise. The branding expert was most recently employed by Crafft and Interbrand. Stephanie Lang is another addition to the team: In recent years, the Creative Director has been in charge of creative work at several international agencies, including Dopamine Berlin and Ogilvy Zurich.
"With Claudia Roethlisberger and Stephanie Lang, we are strengthening ourselves in the specialist areas of branding, UX design and campaign creation. Both are passionate about purposeful storytelling. This is a perfect fit for us," explains Chief Creative Officer and Partner Doris Bühler.
Armin Morid is also new on board. As Strategy Director, he will play a key role in shaping the agency's direction - in client projects as well as in the agency's own presence. He brings with him a background as branding and social media manager at Nobel Biocare as well as senior consultant at various agencies.
With Jan Gross, a proven content creator joins the agency. He most recently worked at Ron Orp and was responsible for a successful podcast at SRF Virus in addition to his editor and presenter functions. In addition, Bühler&Bühler is now counting on the skills of Ronda Miller. The project manager also has several years of agency experience and extensive social media expertise.
"I am very pleased with how we have developed over the last few months. Growth is not a strategic goal for us. But it proves that we are doing our job well. Our first eight years have been characterized by constant change. And change always offers opportunities. We are happy to accept them. And with the team expansion, we can now without a doubt respond even better to current customer and market needs. It also feeds our creativity," says Raphael Bühler, CEO and partner of Bühler&Bühler.