1. Grafenstein – experts in tourism is adding to its expertise in tourism marketing with the representation of tourist destinations and companies in the German-speaking market, Poland and in cooperation with its partners in Benelux, France, Spain and Italy.
2. neusta Grafenstein for internationally operating companies
3. neusta Grafenstein for public clients and associations
neusta Grafenstein’s range of services not only includes eGovernment solutions for the digitalisation and modernisation of public administration, institutions and associations, but also strategic consultancy and communication support for the planning and implementation of these processes. We are the partner to administrative bodies, institutions and associations when it comes to digitalising administrative processes in a way that is compliant with the law and that conforms to the current standards of technology.
Grafenstein boasts 16 years of experience in addressing and working with international customers and public clients. We communicate with our customers in nine languages (English, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Turkish, Dutch, Portuguese and Malay) and we are very familiar with the communication and business practices in these markets thanks to our project work. In addition, Grafenstein has built up strong connections to the embassies based in Berlin over the years through its activity in tourism.
Team neusta is an owner-managed group of companies with more than 1,000 members of staff and turnover of EUR 128 million in 2016. The company is currently ranked number 3 in the 2016 Internet agency ratings and, according to rating portal Kununu, is also the third most family-friendly company in Germany.
Branko Gabrielski takes on leadership position at neusta Grafenstein
Branko discovered his passion for the Internet at an early age. As an early adopter, he was represented on the Internet from the very beginning more than 20 years ago, when he took on his first contract work. He simply put into practice what for some people is merely a career aspiration by becoming self-employed right away. One of his first customers was the company Grafenstein, for whom he handled all online projects. Five years later, he and two business partners set up the office partnership “raum für medien”, which soon became a partnership under the German Civil Code (GbR) and, in 2011, a limited liability company (GmbH). As managing partner, programmer and project manager, he was able to communicate in an understandable way with both customers and experts from the widest variety of fields, while never losing sight of the big picture. Branko is bringing this experience to neusta Grafenstein and will be leading the Online Media department from January.