Innovative ideas, know-how of the market and passion - Marketing with delight
We love what we do – and we mean it wholeheartedly! Our passion: when we can help you to guide your brand, culinary talent, hotel, restaurant, a tourism company, or gastronomy business to success with our knowledge.
Here at The Chefs’ Stories, everything revolves around that – we continuously put our heart and soul into the topics you are passionate about!
As an owner-managed agency, outstandingly connected and blessed with the go-getter attitude, we offer you full service, all from one team: strategic consulting, brand building and conception, content marketing, social media marketing, performance marketing, and e-commerce. We are certainly very well acquainted with these topics.
Find out more about our areas of expertise here:
Hotel marketing and
food marketing - HUH?
Yes, you could call it that… Well, okay, it is a bit daring. That is why we will follow up with some explanations as follows:
As a management consultancy in the hotel and gastronomy industry, we are just as established in the market as we are a sought-after agency in the management field for culinary luminaries and talents. All this is our driving force for our protagonists, who are more than just customers to us. We see ourselves as partners at an eye-to-eye level, where mutual appreciation is the basis for a successful collaboration.
Our news & tips for the culinary world which is in constant change
In the unique lofts of a historic bread factory in Hamburg-Eppendorf, concepts for successful hotel marketing are created. Our clientele includes gastronomy and tourism companies.
Our lively, young crew with equally diverse and unifying competencies really gets things going. What do we like so much about ourselves? We are all team players and enjoy writing success stories together with you.
This mixture makes us special and ensures a family atmosphere, high motivation and concentrated expertise in the agency!
makes it work
Hedi Hummer not only cuts a good bella figura as our “leisure” mascot, but she also gleefully puts out her feelers in the luxury segment – always up to date and always available for a glance over the shoulder and provides valuable tips for contemporary marketing.
Although Heidi hates fishing nets, she still likes to romp and here you can easily follow her …