Considering that Frank Thumb has decades of marketing and advertising experience under his belt – more than 10 of which as managing director in one of the world’s largest ad agencies –, his work has remained amazingly lean and clear: He quickly separates wheat from chaff, and with a fast and open mind, he creates strategies that move content, conversations, and profits.
Johanna Urban is our specialist for corporate design, branding, and everything that simply must be beautiful. Even more valuable than her reddot Award and a German Design Award is the peace of mind with which she tackles projects of any size.
People like Jan Sass are as rare as really good cheese cake. A master of classic and digital communication, Jan supports MAULCO. in website and shop development and support, web analytics, and pay-per-click campaigns.
Christian Hueske is one of the most commensense salespeople on the face of the earth. He is empathic and emphatic and possesses a trait not commonly found in sales: Fairness. When working with him, you’ll notice quickly that he’s been a professional football coach for more than ten years.
As a Professional Crazy Person Niels Koschoreck mostly does (real) marketing for (real) people. Niels is one of the most genuine and thus – quite logically – one of the best change artists and transformation technicians I’ve ever met.
Boris Zimmermann is a lawyer in Frankfurt. Amongst other fields of expertise he mainly offers counsel for start-ups, contract law and debt collection. He advises physicians wishing to start a professional activity, draws up contracts and is experienced in professional law for physicians, trainers and coaches.
Carlos Maraver, a native Barcelonese, took his design agency to beautiful Guadalajara, Mexico to enjoy even more sun to fuel his creative spirit. Besides doing beautiful branding and graphic design work, he is a truly likeable guy who does what he says, and says what he does.
Before founding MAULCO. in 2005, I graduated with a Master’s in linguistics, computer science and English. Working as software engineer (on NeXTSTEP and Objective-C; later, regrettably, the Java™ platform) and running my private brief therapy practice in parallel taught me that humans are, for the most part, more easily debugged than software. Since 2008, I am slowly becoming a father – a little bit more each day.