Life at FGS Global
Advises companies on future-proofing their communications departments, on leveraging insights from data for communications and on digital positioning.
Life Pre-FGS Global
Headed global digital communications at a pharmaceutical company, co-founded two startups in ecommerce and tech, and advised companies from startup to DAX on digital communications and strategy.
Life Beyond FGS Global
Coffee connoisseur and all-weather cyclist. Since he is the only one at home with an appetite for offshore sailing, he enjoys camping and hiking instead.
As a Managing Director on FGS Global’s Tech & Transformation team, Till Achinger advises companies on future-proofing their communications departments, on leveraging insights from data for communications and on digital positioning.
During his 15+ year career Till has evolved into a communications generalist and a technology specialist. He has covered various sectors and held positions as different as marketing an online startup, heading a software product team and leading digital corporate communications for an MDAX company. With this background, he can seamlessly transition between boardroom and hackathon.
As Research and Insights lead for FGS Global Europe, he makes the firm’s combined expertise in tools and data available to our teams and clients. Together with a team of experienced communicators and trained data scientists, he finds and develops technological solutions that help communicators to make faster and smarter decisions. He is also European co-lead for Future-Proof Communications, advising on the reorganization and further development of communications departments on an organizational, cultural and technical level.
Prior to joining FGS Global, Till was responsible for global digital strategy and online communication of a pharmaceutical company. Earlier in his career, he co-founded two startups in the ecommerce and technology sector and advised companies from startup to DAX on digital communications and strategy. Till studied communication science, Arabic studies and history in Aachen and Münster.