Andy Stäheli takes over
the management of
Process | SNK.

The management of Process | SNK will receive new leadership. On 13 January 2020, Andy Stäheli takes over the position of CEO at the renowned branding and design agency in Zurich.

With Andy Stäheli, a very accomplished and experienced industry insider is returning to the command bridge of a leading agency. Most recently, he headed the fortunes of Leo Burnett Switzerland for seven years. With Spillmann/Felser, Publicis and Wirz, there are other illustrious names on his richly decorated CV. As a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences FHNW Switzerland and former board member of “Leading Swiss Agencies”, Stäheli has always been strongly involved in the industry.

“A crystal-clear and unmistakable brand positioning is more important than ever, especially in today’s digital age. Branding is the root work and thus the foundation of all marketing efforts and with this understanding it is of decisive importance for the success of a company. I am delighted to take over the management of Process | SNK after my time out and to lead the agency into a successful future,” says Stäheli about his new challenge. He replaces the Co-CEOs Oscar Todeschini and Martin Kessler, who have been acting on an interim basis since last summer.

“We are very pleased to have engaged Andy Stäheli as our CEO, who can move the agency forward in these challenging times. Andy knows the industry like no other and we are convinced that we have made the right choice with him, both professionally and personally,” say Oscar Todeschini and Martin Kessler, who took over the agency management last summer.

Process and SNK together form the strongest independent branding agency in Switzerland. The agency, now with offices in Zurich, Shanghai, Chengdu and Taipei, employs around 40 people and has core competencies in the areas of brand strategy, digital branding, brand communications and brand experience. Its reference list includes renowned companies such as UBS, Schindler China, KKL, Phonak, SIX Group, EKZ, Migros, Mövenpick, VBZ and Feller.

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