Partners and team players,
not consultants

Change needs power, and we have the fuel. Experienced specialists, freethinkers, visionaries and designers who see themselves as a team.

What gets us going

We believe that when the deliberations first start, it should always be about the people. That is why we place empathy, transparency and trust at the centre of our actions. As an accelerator, we enable people and organisations to be a part of the future. Together, we drive social change and strive for a future in which emotional intelligence stands above technical dominance and opens up new areas of potential for people. Our vision is a world in which win-win-win situations become possible: for our customers, the users and society.

The team

Sina Berger
Agility & Operations

Sina is fluent in accounting. With an eye for detail, angelic patience, and sincere diligence, she does much more than add 2+2 and takes care of everything that has to do with numbers at zero360. She uses her legal expertise to ensure that, at the end of the month, everything is right where it belongs and we've done everything properly, both internally and with our clients.

Rosalie von Boch
Product & Service Design

No matter what Rosalie's doing, she does it with passion, dedication, and attention to detail. She is a source of inspiration for trends of all kinds for the team and engages people with her enthusiastic nature. Rosalie has a sense of what really matters to people and the ability to create a vision of the future in community.

Lukas Büttenbender
Product & Service Design

When the needle touches his records is when his passions as a designer and DJ merge. Lukas designs human-technology interactions, closing the distance in a noticeably emotional and obstinate love for detail, giving emotions a reality check, and forcing discussions about the future of our society in the here and now.

Magdalena Eder
Future Design

As a futurist and Design Thinking coach, Magda avoids buzzwords and prefers to work with teams to find individual solutions that are manageable because people have to act as creators of their own futures in order to think ahead and act strategically.

Holger Eggert
Product & Service Design

Holger works at the interface of product strategy and organisational strategy. He helps teams develop products that customers love in an organisation they love. He has been doing this for over 20 years. Some of the products he's worked on are now used by millions of people every day.

Calvin Emmenthal
Business Design

Calvin takes controversial positions in order to go where innovation hurts. He's not satisfied with off-the-wall thinking, but also applies an analytical synthesis of the IT and the market.

Jakob Engelbach
Business Design

As a business designer, Jakob burns for user-centred, sustainable business models. With his empathic nature and the goals of our customers in focus, he prefers to develop them co-creatively. His mission is to make quick decisions by quantifying product ideas early on.

David Engelhardt
Product & Service Design

A curious engineer who prefers to work more with people than machines. David's desire is to create spaces for individual development and he loves to gather around a whiteboard. He's your perfect partner for a change of perspective, because you can be sure that he's just read an article about your topic.

Lena Haag
Organisational Design

Lena encourages constructive questioning of the things we're used to. She points out ways in which change can be rethought and integrated into everyday life. What drives her is the desire to set impulses with a lasting effect.

Anne Hahn
Product & Service Design

Empathy with people is what drives Anne in her daily work. Both in her earlier career as an interior designer of shops for premium brands and now as a service designer of efficient processes and innovative products.

Katharina Heinrich
Business Design

Katharina is at home in the start-up world and has actively experienced and worked with digital entrepreneurs from a number of perspectives. She likes to troubleshoot problems in order to identify strategic solutions and establish sustainable business models.

Simon Höher
Lead Public Design

Simon prefers to ask questions for which there is no answer yet. And because many of these questions are at the edge of society and technology, he feels particularly comfortable there. In the search of answers, he has launched start-ups and conferences, developed digital strategies and products, and explored future living and working environments in both analogue and digital neighbourhoods.

Marlene Jost
Business Design

As an entrepreneur and business designer, Marlene is passionate about the interdisciplinary development of innovative products and services. Her motivation is to reconcile client needs and business success. In her free time, she also experiments with agile innovation methods, for example in the field of shoe design.

Jürgen
Feelgood Management

Jürgen is part of the Feelgood Management. And he has the best hairdresser of all of us. For sure, cuteness and fluffiness are his toolkit. With empathy and the necessary emphasis, he offers the team cuddle units and, stretched out all four of himself, reminds them to take short breaks.

Marian Kaufmann
Lead Business Design

Marian has considered marketing from many different perspectives: in an agency working for big clients, lying in the grass for a start-up, and as part of an internationalisation process. He sees innovation as the interaction of people, technology, and markets. As a business designer, he can combine these three with his curiosity and experience.

Tobias von Knobelsdorff
Organisational Design

Our curious and joyful Tobias is fascinated by what holds organisations together. That's what he studied at university, experienced in major corporations, and organised in start-ups. Now his mission is to help people look forward to the future with new ways of thinking and working!

Raúl Kuhn
Organisational Design

Raúl is an organisational developer, agile coach, and great enthusiast for everything related to what's now called the "new work." Methodically, he feels at home in design thinking, LEGO serious play, and systemic coaching and can't say enough about how much he loves them.

Charlott Kurt
Event & Community

Charlott wants to bring people together, inspire them, and create experiences. She succeeds in doing this by planning, organising, and implementing a wide range of event formats. Thanks to her background in business communications, she knows that changing perspectives is key to addressing the needs of all stakeholders and creating lasting memories.

Niklas Laasch
Lead Product & Service Design

Niklas' goal is to innovate through societal and social change. As a strategic designer, he is aware of his great responsibility and has a positive impact on the lives of users by developing services and business models especially in the areas of healthcare and sustainability.

Constanze Lenau
Communication Design

Constanze is the visual eye at zero360. No matter which pixel or which line needs to be straightened out, she knows how to do it. As a communication designer, she works persistently and diligently to support us with creative themes.

Luise Löper
Lead Organisational Design

With people in focus and an eye for the big picture, Luise accompanies innovation and change processes. Her passion is successful collaboration and, as a mediator, always sees the potential in the tension arising from change and creating something new.

Nina Martin
Organisational Design

Nina likes to talk about things that people ignore, that are new, that affect everyone. She does this in our transformation and innovation projects and in our print and online publications. Because if there's something she can't do, that's the one thing in life she needs to do.

Johannes Meyer
Lead Organisational Design

Johannes is in his element when group decisions are complex with multiple layers and imbued with uncertainty. He therefore moderates strategy and transformation processes for many organisations. In addition, he likes to design learning experiences and fun exercises on innovation methods.

John Moss
Product & Service Design

If you never give it a try, you'll never know if it excites you: as a game developer and interaction designer, John quickly learned that. At zero360, he drives product design and development forward, making sure to empower people, not patronise them.

Zwetana Penova
Lead Product & Service Design

As a product and service designer, Zwetana sees herself as an advocate for the users. For Zwetana, design is a discipline that primarily supports the creation of new patterns of thought and action. She finds the interfaces between people and technology particularly exciting in the areas of knowledge transfer and e-health.

Laura Plemper
Organisational Design

Laura is fascinated by the human psyche. She previously worked on what makes individuals healthy; she now shapes healthy cultures and transformation processes in companies. With strong concepts and clear words, she shows why we do what we do and how we can do it better.

Niklas Proksch
Managing Director

Coach, strategist, transformer. Niklas brings experience and passion together. Stops on his career path have included large consulting networks, his own office, and the world of corporates. His most important ingredients for successful transformation processes: communication and participation.

Dr. Shamim Rafat
CEO & Founder

Shamim keeps an eye on the steady development of our team and company with lots of foresight and passion. He advises our clients in developing strategies and implementing innovation and transformation processes. He inspires our clients and our team alike with his knowledge and experience. Shamim is also one of the proudest fathers in the city.

Nina Rosar
Agility & Operations

What do you stand for? Feelgood for a motivated team is Nina's purpose. She designs new- and optimizes existing processes based on agile principles. Her focus is always on the user - our team, applicants and partners. True to the motto "practice what you preach".

Christoph Schulte
Business Design

Christoph accompanies interdisciplinary teams in the development of sustainable business models and products. As a business designer and engineer, he finds it important to identify and validate critical hypotheses. He also firmly believes that innovation and transformation projects do not stop with the PowerPoint.

Steffen Sommerlad
Product & Service Design

Steffen is a strategic designer, coach, and knowledge junkie. He prefers to accompany transformation and innovation processes and digs deep into leaving comfort zones. The future tastes best to him if he can actively help to shape it. When he says something's "fresh," that means it's great.

Alex Thalmann
Business Design

Alex likes inspiring encounters, well thought-out concepts, and visions that pay off in a positive future. To this end, he embeds himself in organisations and acts at the interface of organisational design, strategic business development, as well as hands-on product and service design. His motto: "You got to squeeze in when you want to stand out."

Veit Vogel
Lead Future & Public Design

Veit helps create urban interventions and services that people value. He is a futurist, designer and urbanist. His take on consulting is translating future uncertainties into present day choices. Also, he insists that innovation is not a .pdf production business.

Jana Wichmann
Lead Agility & Operations

Jana develops and establishes agile organisational and foresight routines that sustainably empower teams to focus on their own goals and thus pursue their vision. She is always driven by this premise: take a close look and listen with precision in order to create user-centred solutions. Every process can only be as good as it is actually embodied.

Alexander Lancelot Wordel
Product & Service Design

The future is not what it once was! As a strategic designer, Lance helps organisations design their tomorrows sensibly. As long as the why is not clear, the what and the how are irrelevant. Lance is moves about the world as a freelancer and is still a child when it comes to his curiosity.

Bahtiyar Yilmaz
Product & Service Design

Bahtiyar is a mechanical engineer and passionate designer. Together with our clients, he develops holistic product and service strategies, provides new food for thought, and is the link between post-its and 3-D printers. What we have yet to cure him of is his urge for complexity!

Join our team

Would you like to shape the future with us and create something great? We are looking for new talent for our zero360 team.

Sounding Board

Our Sounding Board is made up of brilliant minds that help us always stay one step ahead. They continuously challenge our status quo and support us by providing a platform for reflection. By giving an external perspective, the Sounding Board blends seamlessly into our lived feedback culture.

Andreas Brandt
Head of Client Interaction, PR & Marketing for Germany, Austria & CEEMED at Schroders

For 15 years, Andreas has occupied himself with digital transformation strategies, business model innovations, competitive/business intelligence and change management, having implemented numerous projects within these areas successfully and on his own responsibility.

Prof. Dr. Julian M. Kawohl
Professor of Strategic
Management at University of Applied Sciences (HTW) Berlin

Prof. Dr. Julian M. Kawohl is Professor of Strategic Management at the University of Applied Sciences (HTW) Berlin. His research focuses on the analysis of available strategies, approaches and concepts, which are of particular interest for established corporations, with the objective to transfer their business models and structures into modern, innovative and agile organizations.

Dr. Bettina Maisch
Industrial Design Thinking
Manager at Siemens Corporate Technology

Dr. Bettina Maisch holds a PhD in Business Innovation from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. She is in charge of the Industrial Design Thinking (i.DT) Program at Siemens Corporate Technology (CT). Bettina and her team adapted the methodologies from Stanford University and the Innovation Company IDEO to the requirements of an industrial company like Siemens.

Prof. Dr. Emanuel Towfigh
Professor at EBS University
Wiesbaden and Supervisory Board Member of Freudenberg SE

Prof. Dr. Emanuel  V. Towfigh holds the chair of Public Law, Empirical Legal Research and Legal Economy at the EBS University of Wiesbaden and is a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn. In his research, he focuses on legal dimensions of governance questions, with emphasis on behavior-oriented, empirical methods.