Thursday 29 September 2016

Germany Digital Agency Gosub Joins Edelman Digital

Another day, another piece of big, exciting news for Edelman Digital.

I’m pleased to announce that today, Berlin-based interactive agency Gosub joined Edelman Digital.

Gosub describes itself as interactive, interdisciplinary, and always a bit ahead of its time. I loved this, because it also sounds a lot like Edelman Digital.

Gosub was founded in 1997, and has been delivering super-creative digital solutions to clients in Germany and elsewhere ever since. They’ve got strong credentials across the full suite of creative and tech services, and a particular specialism in 3D animation.

Indeed, they just won a sack full of awards for some 3D and digital work they’ve done for a Swiss children’s program called Zambo. And don’t miss what happens when they put milk and chocolate together for Kinder.

Gosub is led by Managing Director, Carsten la Tendresse, his two creative partners, Simon Cubasch and Dominic Trautvetter, and business manager, Marcel Marek. Please extend them a warm welcome.

Along with their team of 20 creatives, techies and project managers, they work for great clients like Ferrero, Vodafone, BMW, Bertelsmann und Axel-Springer publishing house as well as MTV Networks, NICK, VIVA, Universal Music, Swiss Television, ZDF, and German private TV ProSieben Sat.1 .

Building on our recent recognition from the Holmes Report as the leading digital consultancy in EMEA, our acquisition of Gosub is a key part of our strategy to continue our digital expansion across the region.

The story began with Spook joining us in London in 2008. Two years later, we enhanced our tech development strength with the addition of Encore Engage in the UK. As a result, our UK digital business is now more than 50 strong, and working top global brands.

As one of Europe’s top creative hubs, Berlin was the next logical place to look for a brilliant partner. And we’re thrilled that we’ve found one in Gosub.


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