Dr. Alfredo Schilirò studied literature in Paris and Florence and holds a doctorate in contemporary French literature. He has been active in the communication industry since 1990. Starting in 1994, he worked for four years for the Swiss Medical Association FMH and was Deputy Head of Corporate Communications at Migros-Genossenschafts-Bund from 1998 to 2001.
Federally certified PR consultant and advanced training at Columbia University [NYC]. Former chairman of the Zurich Public Relations Society (2003-2007) and member of the Public Relations Society of America since 2001.
Germina Preses studies psychology and social sciences. She specialized in social media management and worked with Xenia Tchoumi before starting her own blog, ranked in the top 3 lifestyle blogs in Switzerland. At Flowcube, she works as a strategic consultant for social media and influencer marketing.
Valeria Happel graduated with a Bachelor?s Degree in Communication Science at University of Hohenheim. She earned experience in journalism, marketing and public relations. Storytelling, creativity and great ideas are what distinguishes her work. As a multimedia talent she knows how to match text, image and video content. Before joining Flowcube 2019, she worked in a company in Zurich in the marketing sector and as a freelance video producer.
French mother tongue Julie Maio successfully graduated with a Master's Degree in Strategic Marketing & Communication in Geneva. Following her studies, she made her passion her work by starting in a PR Agency focusing on the lifestyle and luxury business. During three years, she was in charge of the PR between clients and the press as well as event coordination. She joined Flowcube in 2019 as a PR Consultant and is also responsible for PR activities in the French part of Switzerland.
Lukas Keller studied German language and literature and comparative literature at the University of Zurich. After graduating from high school, he completed an internship at a PR-agency in Zurich. During his studies, he worked for a magazine publisher and for the Max Frisch Archive. He as well founded a start-up company that sold cocktails they had created themselves and presented them at events. Besides that, he also worked as a freelance journalist for various cultural media.
Silvia Acerra studied German and Italian linguistics and literature at the University of Zurich. As part of her academic stays abroad, she also studied in Florence and Vienna. For several years she worked as a consultant in the field of fashion and accessories. Alongside her studies, she taught German and Italian in various private schools and grammar schools. In her internship by Flowcube Communications she likes to dive into the world of public relations.