She has supported clients in a large number of positioning mandates as well as in special situations and has worked on several cross-border M&A transactions.
Friederike joined Kekst CNC’s Frankfurt office in 2009 and has been based in Berlin since 2016.
She is a highly experienced consultant in on-site support, the positioning of clients in complex situations as well as the development and execution of strategic analyses.
Prior to joining Kekst CNC, Friederike gained practical experience in the fields of business development and public affairs in Latvia and Germany.
Friederike holds a Diploma degree in Economics from Goethe University Frankfurt and an MA in Strategies for European Cultural Heritage from European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder).
Q&A with Friederike
What do you like most about Kekst CNC?
The variety of our customers, their challenges and the great people I work with.
How has the firm changed since you first joined?
Kekst CNC has changed immensely over the last decade. Not only has it grown in size but the firm has also become more international. Fortunately, our high standards with regards to our performance and cooperation, have not changed.
Who is the most impressive speaker you’ve ever heard?
Helga Hengge’s description of her Mount Everest ascent has truly captivated me. Her story is a real source of inspiration to look at the ups and downs of life from a new perspective.
What are you passionate about?
Old houses and ruins such as castles and manor houses, many of which are still waiting to be kissed awake, especially in the eastern federal states of Germany. There is great potential for talented communicators here ...
What would be your favourite travel tip?
The Baltic States! The three capital cities are great, but the real culture and mentality is found in the countryside. The national parks in this part of Europe are not only numerous, but above all stunning and wonderful places to unwind and relax!