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Raphael Neuner

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E. Raphael.Neuner@fgsglobal.com
L. Berlin
Raphael Neuner

Contact Info

E. Raphael.Neuner@fgsglobal.com

L. Berlin

Life at FGS Global

Raphael is a partner in the Tech&Transformation Practice and advises both, startups and global market leaders, on their strategic positioning and on communicating their transformation.

Life Pre-FGS Global

Raphael has more than 15 years of experience in strategic communications: as a consultant, for companies, political parties and federal ministries.

Life Beyond FGS Global

Architecture, design, German white wine, piano and tennis. SC Freiburg and Alba Berlin.

Raphael Neuner is a partner in the Tech&Transformation team at FGS Global and heads the Berlin office. He advises venture capital funds, startups and global market leaders on their strategic positioning and on communicating their transformation.

Raphael constantly develops new approaches with clients to shape transformation and gain the support of their stakeholders, because the ability to transform is becoming an existential success factor for organizations of all kinds. He works with companies across a range of sectors - currently primarily Platform, Mobility and Tech. Raphael also coordinates Transformation&Change, Digital Strategies and Tech for Continental Europe at FGS Global.

Raphael has more than 15 years of experience in strategic communications - in consulting, for companies, political parties and federal ministries. Before joining FGS Global, Raphael was Head of Public Policy at Metro AG. The digital and social dimensions of public affairs and communications were a focus of his work there; among other things, he developed the group's "digital head office." He also worked as a personal assistant to a party leader, at the Permanent Representation of the Federal Republic of Germany in Brussels and in a federal ministry. Raphael studied political science. He grew up on Lake Constance and lives with his family in Berlin.

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