Expansion and change of leadership in Creation at Habegger

Habegger's creative department is being further expanded. Jan Imberi is the new head of the department. Samuel Röthlisberger, who previously led Creation as Director, has left Habegger at his own request.

Ausbau und Führungswechsel in der Creation bei Habegger
From left to right: Jan Imberi (Head of Creation), Eloisa Avila, Stephan Frick and Christoph Runne (Creation Teamleaders). (Image: Habegger)

In recent years, Habegger has continuously expanded its Creation services. As part of the succession planning for Samuel Röthlisberger, who previously headed the department, Creation was given a more customer-centric focus and staffing was increased. To enable the creative staff to devote their full attention to customer projects, an overarching position of Head of Creation has been created, focusing on strategic, process-related and structural issues.

Experienced management team takes over

Jan Imberi is the new head of the Creation department. He holds a degree in design and a master's in fine arts from Goldsmiths College in London. He brings valuable experience from the fields of media scenography and exhibition design as well as film and stage technology.

Imberi will be joined by the established creation team consisting of Christoph Runne, Senior Show Director & Team Leader Show Direction, Eloisa Avila, Creative Director & Team Leader Creative Consulting, and Stefan Frick, Senior Producer & Team Leader Production. According to Habegger, there are also plans to expand the individual teams. Jan Imberi will take up his position at the beginning of November.

Röthlisberger changes

The previous Director of Creation Samuel Röthlisberger has left Habegger at his own request with concrete plans after 20 years. After an extended language study trip, he joined the FE agency in Baden this fall, where he specializes in digital event formats and communication campaigns.

By switching to a communications agency, Röthlisberger wants to focus his work on digital live communications, as Habegger writes.

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