News September 03, 2018
Yourposition becomes Dept
Founded in 2003, Zurich based agency Yourposition has recently become part of Dept’s international digital agency organisation. The company has appointed Karin Taheny, Mirko Mandić, and Tobias Scholz as company management.
Yourposition has become one of the leading Swiss agencies in digital marketing. Based in Zurich Oerlikon, the agency employs around 60 people in the fields of consulting, digital advertising, SEO, content and analytics. Their customer portfolio includes companies such as Ex Libris, Comparis, Amag, Betty Bossi and Tamedia. 15 years and a recent takeover later, a new chapter begins: Yourposition becomes Dept.
“Our customers are increasingly looking for integrated solutions”, says Beat Muttenzer, Managing Director at Yourposition. “And that’s exactly what Dept delivers. We have become one of the leading agencies in Europe because we have experts with many years of experience in all digital disciplines. This integrated approach is now reflected in our name.”
At the same time, the company is expanding its management. In addition to the Managing Directors Beat Muttenzer and Lukas Stuber, Karin Taheny (Finance), Mirko Mandić (Sales) and Tobias Scholz (Operations) are also joining the Swiss Executive Board.
Paul Manuel, co-founder of Dept: “Every day, our customers benefit from working with integrated Dept teams at a number of locations that are rapidly expanding. With Dept now being represented in Switzerland, we can add another milestone in the history of our brand.”
Lukas Stuber, Yourposition’s co-founder and Managing Director: “We are able to look back on those past 15 years of Yourposition with satisfaction. During which, we have achieved far more than we had ever imagined when we first founded the agency back in 2003. This is accelerating once again: As Dept, we will work together across borders and in all disciplines. At the same time, our Swiss customers can continue to benefit from our expertise as well as from our broad industry and market knowledge.”