part of fugger1

Our office in the heart of Munich-Sendling is as unconventional as we are and has been evolving since 2003. We are currently in good company with creative people, system administrators, software developers and social entrepreneurs to discuss the many aspects of digitalisation in a meaningful way and to implement them professionally with our clients.

how we work?
agile first!

For us, agility is not a buzzword but part of the flame culture we live by every day. We are convinced by our own positive experience that an agile mindset is an essential condition for today’s dynamics in markets and companies. It significantly increases internal effectiveness and motivation.

Petra Dahm

Experienced strategy and communication expert who has been passionate about and engaged in digital technologies since the 1990s. Petra uses her experience from consulting projects in Europe, Asia, North and South America to prepare organisations and their employees for the international and intercultural (both analogue and digital) business world.

Sonja Bunzeit

As a consultant for marketing and communication, Sonja has already accompanied many companies and organisations in the implementation of new methods and technologies. In the field of online marketing, she is mainly concerned on how digital marketing tools (CRM, website, social media, ads…) can be practically and usefully integrated into the business.

Theresia Gschladt

Our specialist for WordPress websites, complex online projects and content creation has many years of experience in digital as well as analogue projects.

Theresia’s practical approach especially benefits UI and UX conceptions and implementations.

the heat is on.

‘flame’ represents our positive energy and enthusiasm. At the same time, it symbolises the power of change and the newness that drives us over and over again. By the way, we also like to pass on this enthusiasm – to our clients as well as to interested parties. In talks, workshops, initiatives, projects and together with like-minded people.