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Rebecca Eisert

Managing Director

E. Rebecca.Eisert@fgsglobal.com
L. Düsseldorf
Rebecca Eisert

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E. Rebecca.Eisert@fgsglobal.com

L. Düsseldorf

Life at FGS Global

Develops strategies and tactics to build and protect corporate reputation in both internal and external communications to companies in mission-critical situations.

Life Pre-FGS Global

Business editor, freelance presenter, very well connected within German tier-1 business and trade media, expert for automotive and supplier industry, co-founder Women in Mobility Munich.

Life Beyond FGS Global

Relaxes with yoga, running or gardening and is passionate about the Golden Twenties (music, fashion, stars).

Rebecca Eisert works as Managing Director in the Crisis and Special Situations team in Düsseldorf since January 2020. She provides strategic advice and support to companies in mission-critical situations. As a former business editor – six years at national tier-1 weekly business magazine WirtschaftsWoche, and three years as head of digital at Automobilwoche, Germany's most-quoted auto-industry news bi-weekly – she adds extensive expertise in agenda-setting, public opinion-forming, and topic management in print and social media to her consulting skills.

Her comprehensive knowledge of the automotive and supplier industry has been key in successfully advising clients from that sector. But Rebecca’s scope of consulting goes far beyond with clients also in the chemical, logistics, food production and financial services sectors. She applies her expertise mainly in projects with integrated communications approaches, building and protecting clients' reputations in traditional and social media concerning capital markets and in restructuring projects, as part of classic strategic financial and corporate communications, and to increase awareness of mission-critical regulatory issues in cooperation with the Public Affairs practices in Berlin and Brussels. Her preference for projects with European relevance already became apparent during her semester abroad at the Free University of Brussels, which she completed as part of her degree in journalism with a focus on economics at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt.

Rebecca has acted as commentator in live television and radio and worked as a presenter in panel debates and at trade congresses. She is also co-founder of the Women in Mobility Hub Munich.

Rebecca Eisert
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