Media relations for the St. George’s international school

The pandemic has been a real challenge for media relations. Nevertheless, a meaningful and well thought strategy can allow brands and companies to still exist. In the case of the St. George's International School, we have chosen to emphasise its expertise and preparedness before and during these tough times in order to position it as [...]

By | September 30th, 2020|News, Simon&Co|

Media event for Huawei

The agency supports its long-term partner Oppenheim&Partner managing all media relations for Huawei in the French part of Switzerland. Here are some pictures of an event organised at the beginning of the Summer in the beautiful Beau-Rivage Palace in Lausanne. The idea was to introduce the Huawei team and the new products to key journalists [...]

By | July 2nd, 2020|News, Simon&Co|

Virginie Simon interviewed by the Groupe Mutuel

Virginie Simon, director of the agency, was interviewed during the pandemic for the magazine of the Groupe Mutuel (one of the largest insurances provider in the country). Home office, positive communication using pictograms to foster the right behavior are some learnings to keep from the crisis. The free online edition of the magazine is available [...]

By | June 5th, 2020|News, Simon&Co|

24/7 permanence during the coronavirus crisis

Due to the large health crisis we are currently facing, our agency has implemented a permanence to support you deciding and implementing all communication and strategic measures within your company. Virginie Simon has studied the political, economical and social impacts of the H5N1 for her master thesis before joining the Swiss Federal Office of Public [...]

By | March 13th, 2020|News, Simon&Co|

Facebook corners 60% of 2020 political digital ads

According to a clipping published in the Washington Examiner, Facebook’s welcoming of political advertising has helped it corner about 60% of the digital market for the 2020 elections, or nearly $800 million, according to a new marketing analysis.

By | February 28th, 2020|News, Simon&Co|