The Story of PPR Hamburg

Started by an individual PR consultant, Rafael Robert Pilsczek, PPR Hamburg has become a sought-after PR and communications agency in the German Mittelstand. Today, PPR Hamburg is one of the most long-standing and trustworthy PR agencies in Hamburg and northern Germany. Our registered office is located in Sinstorf in southern Hamburg. Our company adheres to the values and responsibilities of the DPRG, Deutsche Public Relations Gesellschaft e.V., (German Public Relations Association). Their rules, written in the Code de Lisbonne and Code d'Athène, are the foundation of our profession. PPR Hamburg has a strong network of clients, employees, and service providers that support our work, not only in Hamburg, but throughout Germany, as well as internationally. Together with the economical challenges every company faces, along with the revolutionary development of today's information and media landscape, PPR Hamburg understands how important it is to be innovative. We have taken advantage of many events in Hamburg, New York or Zurich in the past years to bring people together, who are now valuable members of PPR Hamburg's extensive network.

2003

Founding of the Company

Founded as a one-man company, PPR Hamburg has established itself in the industry by using an approach based on information and facts. Our offerings have continuously adapted to the demands of modern communication and PR throughout the years. The agency constantly takes on new challenges and develops innovative solutions while working closely with our clients. Whoever calls us knows what to expect: innovative communication.

2011

At Home in the World

2011 was a milestone in the history of PPR Hamburg. We made a commitment to establish international know-how and integrate international partners, with great success. The vision of providing communication service to support our clients' internationalization goals has become a reality. German managers, who also work globally, have experienced how PPR Hamburg has helped them all the way to the Arabian Peninsula and Asia.