Munich, 8 April 2020 – Alexander Fink will become a partner at global strategic communications consultancy Kekst CNC effective as of 1 May 2020. Fink will be based at Kekst CNC's European headquarters in Munich.
Alexander Fink joins Kekst CNC with more than 20 years’ international consulting experience. Most recently, he managed digital agency Clarity as Market Lead DACH, and successfully integrated Clarity into a partnership with Akima, an agency specializing in technology and digital communication. There, Fink was responsible for new business and digital transformation until joining Kekst CNC. Prior to his time at Clarity, he was managing director and partner at communications consultancies Burson Marsteller (2014 -2019), Edelman (2010 - 2014) and Pleon (2001 - 2010) in Germany, Switzerland and Italy.
Fink, who studied history and journalism, began his professional career in 1993 in ProSieben’s media policy and corporate communications department. In addition to classic corporate communications, Fink has extensive experience in the areas of crisis communications, cyber security, as well as in the fast-growing areas of change management and in supporting companies through digital transformation.
“Alexander Fink is an excellent addition to our team. He has excelled in the field of strategic communications consulting for over 20 years. Our clients can benefit in particular from his profound experience in the areas of digital transformation and reorganization, which are only increasing in importance. His research expertise and knowledge of state-of-the-art analysis tools, in which Kekst CNC is investing significantly, are an excellent complement to further strengthen our offer.”
“I am looking forward to being part of the Kekst CNC team and to supporting companies in transforming their business models, in crisis prevention, crisis management and in the digitalization of their communication processes. As far as I’m concerned, Kekst CNC is one of the top firms that supports global players to successfully master the ever-increasing communication challenges.”