In the past years, she has advised companies in a wide variety of special situations and accompanied a large number of capital market and M&A transactions.
Svenja studied European Studies (BA) and completed a Master in Public Policy (MSc) at University College London.
Q&A with Svenja
Describe your typical day.
Every day is different, and that is exactly what makes our work so interesting.
How has the firm changed since you first joined?
Since then, Kekst CNC has developed in many respects, for instance when you look at the international presence: In 2013 I visited a handful of colleagues in London, today there are around 40. In addition, we now have offices in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Stockholm and New York. This development makes Kekst CNC not only more attractive for our customers, but also for us as employees.
What gets you out of bed in the morning?
My little son, calling „Mama“.
What do you like most about Kekst CNC?
An insight into a wide variety of industries, companies and challenges as well as working in teams that bring together different personalities, expertise, backgrounds and approaches.
Why did you choose Kekst CNC?
Already during my studies I wanted to join Kekst CNC - I studied Public Policy and gained practical experience in journalism and communications. I was interested in the interface between politics, business and communication.
- Describe your typical day?
- Take the most interesting project you have worked on recently: Why was it interesting?
- Describe yourself in three words.
- Who or what inspires you?
- How has the firm changed since you first joined?
- What does success look like to you?
- What is the biggest opportunity for CNC and the Communications industry?
- What advice do you have for aspiring Communications professionals?
- What are the major industry challenges in the next 3 to 5 years?
- What is the area of expertise in which you really stand out?
- What are you passionate about?
- What gets you out of bed in the morning?
- What do you enjoy most about working at CNC? How does working at CNC challenge you?
- Who or what has been the biggest influence on your career?
- What do you like most about CNC?
- What careers advice would you give to your younger self?
- Why did you choose CNC?
- How long have you worked at CNC and how has the company evolved in your time here?
- What’s the most important thing you’ve learnt from a client?
- Who is the most impressive speaker you’ve ever heard?
- What would be your favourite travel tip?
- What has been the biggest change in the industry since you started working?
- What is the most exciting city you’ve ever been to?
- Will city will be the most exciting in 10 years?
- What digital plattforms do you actively use?
- Which actor/actress could play you in a movie?
- What charity is closest to your heart?
- Which gadget could you not live without?