IIAR Germany 2nd Stammtisch Event – 7th October @ 6pm CET

The IIAR German Chapter will be holding its 2nd Stammtisch Event on the 7th October 2014. Starting at 6pm CET German AR Professionals will be meeting at the Ella Restaurant, Munich. The topic for this meetings discussion is – AR measurement and its relevance for successful positioning of AR towards internal stakeholders. (German characteristics). If you are local, in the area or are able to travel why not join your fellow AR Professionals and come along. Register: <<Here>>.  Attending is free for IIAR Members, there is a small charge for non-members.

The next event of the IIAR German Chapter is a Webinar covering the German analyst landscape will be held in November 2014 – date to be confirmed. Details to follow.

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First German IIAR Stammtisch kicks off

The first German IIAR Stammtisch will kick off on Tuesday, 24th June, at 5pm CET at Cordobar, located in the famous Glockenback district of downtown Munich on, at Ickstattstraße 1a.

This is a must-attend event for Analyst Relations professionals working in Germany, or with German-focused analysts. The IIAR is building a community of AR pros in Germany and we’re getting together to network and discuss German-specific elements of AR. Continue reading

IIAR Stammtisch in Munich – 24th June 14

IIAR Stammtisch (IIAR Café) in Munich – German AR Socialising Event
The IIAR German Chapter announces its first  “IIAR Stammtisch” (IIAR AR Café) event, gathering AR professionals interested in learning and discussing about the German specifics of AR. The event will be held on Tuesday 24th June, 5pm CET in Munich.
We will have an official part where Simon Jones (LinkedIn@MrNesjo), Horst Kuchling (LinkedIn@hkurchling) and Yvonne Kaupp (LinkedIn@YveKaupp) will talk about the opportunities and challenges of Analyst Relations serving the German market . You will also have the opportunity to learn about the IIAR organization, its objectives and activities. There will be enough time for questions and answers plus discussions, afterwards.

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Making the most of CeBIT (even at the last minute)

CeBIT logoIt’s big, and it’s just around the corner – it’s CeBIT time again. For AR professionals attending the show, the IIAR has put together a new paper sharing expert tips, both from ARs and analysts, on how to best use CeBIT to connect with and build relationships with analysts. This is available free of charge in our IIAR Members Area.

Even though CeBIT looms large – many vendors begin media briefings in Hanover on Sunday – both ARs and analysts also agree that it is still possible to set up meetings at short notice. However, CeBIT is not the place to expose analysts to a full-on deep dives into a new or revised strategy. See the white paper (link, membership required) to learn more about what leading Forrester analyst Pascal Matzke (LinkedIn, bio, @pascalmatzke) recommends for AR professionals. Continue reading

The IIAR opens its German Chapter

As an analyst relations manager you may ask yourself the question: Should I do any specific German AR? Should I run an activity at CeBIT in Hanover, or at the Supercomputing show in Leipzig or set up exclusive f2f meetings with analysts at some location like Munich or Frankfurt, and maybe do it in local language? Should I send my stakeholders to a local analyst event like the Gartner CIO summit in Berlin?

How does the German analyst landscape look like. Which industry and analyst events are relevant? How big is the German analyst firms’ influence? Continue reading

Tuesday: pre-CeBIT IIAR call on AR in Germany

Yvonne Kaupp / T-Systems ; Simon Jones / OnPR

Yvonne Kaupp / T-Systems ; Simon Jones / OnPR

CeBIT is four weeks away! What can AR professionals do to make the most of the largest tech event in EMEA? What’s possible even at this short notice?

In Tuesday’s IIAR webinar, we will discusss on how you can attract attention from analysts — and explain what’s not possible. Long-time IIAR members Yvonne Kaupp (LinkedIn, @YveKaupp) from T-Systems, Simon Jones (LinkedIn, @MrNesjo) from OnPR and Duncan Chapple (LinkedIn, @DuncanChapple) from Kea will lead the discussion, linking the conference to the overall plan for your AR programme. Continue reading

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