The preparations for this summer’s Olympic Games are being strongly influenced by the corona virus. The most recent episode of her “road to Tokyo” video series highlights how Olympic champion and Geigele Communications client Nicola Spirig is trying to cope with increasingly difficult circumstances in her approach of the Tokyo games. https://tinyurl.com/rmsungc
2017 mountainbike world champion and Geigele Communications client Jolanda Neff met with the media for the first time since her nearly fatal crash in December this past Saturday. Visibly in good spirits, Neff continues to eye a start at the Tokyo Olympics but also explained: “My health is my first priority. I need to give myself the proper time to heal.” (Photo: Armin Kuestenbrueck)
«I miss the french speaking part of Switzerland», said Roger Federer at the beginning of the conversation about the 2019 Laver Cup in Geneva. The exceptional athlete was very relaxed before the duel between Team USA and Team Europe. At the invitation of his sponsor Sunrise, the four-time father talked to Janine Geigele about his experiences in Geneva, car trips with his family and the fact that he always books his holidays first thing at the beginning of the year.
For Geigele Communications many doors opened in 2018, the new wind blew really around our ears. The result: great encounters, many emotions and exciting mandates. A big Merci to everyone – especially to Carol Steimle, the first employee of Geigele Communications (GmbH). We wish you all a Merry Christmas!
For three years now, Geigele Communications has been supporting the Swiss Ice Hockey Federation in questions of strategic communication. The Ice Hockey World Championship will take place in 2020 and we wish the new head of media Janos Kick every success for this tournament. We also send our best wishes to Florian Kohler, the outgoing CEO of the association. We are looking forward to further great years with national coach Patrick Fischer and director Raeto Raffainer.
The Valais didn’t want “Sion 2026”. In Lausanne in 2020, however, the world’s best young athletes will meet for a great festival: the Winter Youth Olympic Games. Geigele Communications is preparing the coaches of the Swiss delegation for this major event. So that they can cope better with defeats – and celebrate victories more beautifully.
Lots of medals and breathtaking athletics – 2018 was again one of the most successful years for Swiss athletes.
Janine Geigele had the honor of once again hosting the Swiss Athletics Night in Lucerne. On the legendary sofa with the nominated “Youngsters of the Year”.