Zoé LindacherSenior Associate
She has experience with financial communications, especially in the field of IPOs and trans-border M&A processes, as well as crisis communications.
Before joining Kekst CNC, Zoé gained experience in internal and external communications, including B2B. She also worked as International Sales Assistant for Europe's leading agency for collaborative marketing and in sales and marketing controlling at one of the world’s market leaders in the FMCG sector.
Zoé studied Business Administration at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich with a particular focus in Finance. Moreover, she holds a degree in Media and Communications as well as Sociology of the University of Mannheim and the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul (South Korea).
Zoé is fluent in German and English and has advanced knowledge of French as well as basic knowledge of Spanish.
Q&A with Zoé
Describe your typical day.
I arrive to the office by 8.00am, send out media monitoring emails and handle the first couple of emails of the day. Then I get coffee (of which I only drink a quarter because the coffee in the Munich office is not the best). The rest of the day is a mixture of meetings, calls, emails and documents.
Take the most interesting project you have worked on recently: Why was it interesting?
The second-largest IPO in Germany in 2018 was pretty exciting to work on – not only because the client was very interesting, but also because I had the best team one could wish for.
What are you passionate about?
Judging from my colleagues’ weird looks, apparently acceptance thresholds in M&A processes.
What do you like most about Kekst CNC?
The people. Kekst CNC has an extraordinary set of highly capable, exceptionally interesting and kind people. It really is a place where you like talking to somebody.
What is the most exciting city you’ve ever been to?
This is a though race between a number of exciting cities, but I would go with Seoul. I spent my semester abroad in Seoul and stumbled right into a culture shock, which I have never regretted. Korea is a country very rich in culture which managed, despite honoring their traditions, to be one of the most innovative places I’ve ever been to. I’d love to visit again as soon as possible.