Anna Mareen SteudelConsultant
She has worked on several cross-border M&A transactions and IPOs as well as on national and international positioning mandates. Anna is particularly interested in digital topics and part of Kekst CNC’s crisis simulation team.
Anna joined Kekst CNC in 2015 and was seconded to Kekst CNC’s London office from September 2017 until January 2018.
She holds a BA (Hons) in Business Administration from the University of Buckingham, UK, and a Master’s degree in corporate communications from IE Business School Madrid, Spain. For her achievements while pursuing her Master’s, she was awarded “Best Student IE Master in Corporate Communications”.
During her studies, Anna worked in a sports marketing and fashion company in Spain and is fluent in Spanish.
Q&A with Anna
What is the biggest opportunity for Kekst CNC and the communications industry?
Using digital tools, big data and AI to challenge established processes and formats.
What do you enjoy most about working at Kekst CNC? How does working at Kekst CNC challenge you?
Working together with smart people with diverse backgrounds in a truly international environment on a broad range of different projects that always require new, customized solutions and ideas.
What’s the most important thing you’ve learnt from a client?
Listen to understand, not to reply.
What is the most exciting city you’ve ever been to?
Beirut – a vibrant city full of contrasts, energy and creativity.
What charity is closest to your heart?
A friend I studied with founded the initiative Round 13 (https://round13.org) which uses boxing to promote social change in Africa. They support children and young people in communities affected by poverty and crime through donations of sports equipment, academic scholarships and medical care. Boxing is more than just sports to these children – it motivates them to spend less time in the streets and channel their energy into something positive, giving them a perspective. It’s a great example of social entrepreneurship!