We both develop and implement communications- and/ or marketing strategies. Our focus lies on press relations for organisations that have their bases in culture, arts, architecture and design. For these areas we can offer excellent contacts and optimal results. We usually cover cultural projects (events, competitions) in terms of press relations and work hand in hand with the traditional press department of our client.

We have many years of experience in all activities of Public Relations from traditional print materials (hand-outs or flyers) over press-activities or press-conferences with a presenter to more contemporary digital formats (e-mail newsletter or social media).


Projects Public Relations Behncke Communications


Schloss Elmau

Behncke Architects, emanating from the internationally esteemed architect's office Gregotti Associati in Milan/Venice, Italy, drafts and realises architecture and interiors with focus on hotels, clinics, offices and housebuilding. Dott. Arch. André Behncke has designed the interior of spectacular hotels, e.g. the 5star hotel Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden, the 5star hotel Schloss Elmau near Garmisch-Patenkirchen with its bath house, the 5star hotel InterContinental Düsseldorf and the 4star Boutiquehotel Waldhotel Stuttgart and offices in hotel-style, like the headquarters of the tourism group FT group Munich. Currently André Behncke focusses on clinics and their transformation into a more “hotel style”, e.g. the new interior architecture for the clinic Dr. Rinecker, Munich (ARTEMED clinics SE) and the clinic Buchinger Wilhelmi, Überlingen/ Bodensee.

The Munich Campus of the international management school, IESE Business School, was opened in 2015.


The European Patent Academy is the external education and training center of the European Patent Office. Its mandate reflects the need to improve intellectual property training and education structures in Europe. Set up in 2004, the academy has partnerships with a broad range of national and international institutions.

We assisted the European Patent Academy at their events all over Europe for advanced training and communications about intellectual property. Furthermore, we supported the cooperation with the leading language institutes British Council, Goethe-Institut and Institut français and the conception of a trilingual book series about a patent's terminology. We supported the production of the educational books, which are aimed at improving the language skills of the EU's inhabitants whose native language is neither German, English nor French.