Selected news in english

Continuity at Dr. Haffa & Partner ensured with the appointment of Sebastian Pauls as new managing partner

Munich, January 31, 2019 — Sebastian Pauls is now a managing partner at Dr. Haffa & Partner. As of January 1, 2019, after acquiring shares of the GmbH, Pauls is now carrying on the tradition of Dr. Haffa & Partner as an owner-managed agency.

Survey — managers trust the cloud

Dr. Haffa & Partner Expert Call: 44 percent of respondents judge cloud more secure than own IT environment

Munich, March 6, 2017 — Trust in the cloud as a location to store data is growing. That is the result of

Survey: TTIP — Majority of executives critical of trade agreement

Munich, June 21, 2016 — Two out of three managers have a negative view of the TTIP (the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership). This is the result of the most recent Dr. Haffa & Partner Expert Call. Munich communications agency Dr. Haffa & Partner asked 75 German executives and opinion leaders what they thought of the planned trade agreement with the USA.

Dr. Haffa & Partner moves offices to dowtown Munich

Munich, June 7, 2016 —- Dr. Haffa & Partner has moved. In early May, the renowned communications agency for high-tech and IT moved to a new space in Munich’s city center. Karlstraße 42 is right beside the subway station Königsplatz, in the immediate vicinity of the central train station and Stachus. Staff and management alike are pleased with the modern, bright new office space — and the truly central location.

Dr. Haffa & Partner assumes communication activities for project management specialist collaboration Factory AG

Munich, March 1, 2016 — Communications agency Dr. Haffa & Partner has acquired a new customer. collaboration Factory is a provider of project management software used mainly in the automotive industry.

Dr. Haffa & Partner supports ABB in global communication of substantial research grant

Munich, November 17, 2015 — The Munich-based communications agency Dr. Haffa and Partner provided support to energy and automation specialist ABB in developing its communications for the ABB Research Award in Honor of Hubertus von Grünberg, which carries a US$300,000 research grant.