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Jochen Michels

Head of Public Affairs Central Europe

Jochen Michels is Head of Public Affairs at Fujitsu Germany. He studied political science, public law and history at Helmut-Schmidt University / University of Federal Armed Forces Germany in Hamburg. As best graduate of the Faculty of Economic Sciences in the academic year 1994 he was awarded with the Böttcher Foundation Prize. Jochen holds an additional degree as a PR and PA Manager (DAPR). For more than 20 years, he has been working in various marketing, public relations and public affairs management positions in the ICT industry. Previously, he was an Army officer at Federal Armed Forces of Germany and has held various staff and management positions as an officer at the engineer forces and at the Public Relations Department at the Federal Ministry of Defense. Jochen heads the new establishes Fujitsu liaison office near Brandenburg Gate in the historical center of Berlin and is responsible for all political networking activities of Fujitsu in Germany.

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How to design Corporate Digital Responsibility – and how to fill this vision with life

Poverty, lack of food and water, climate change, natural disasters, imbalances in social systems and...

Digitization: The central topic at the Bavarian State delegation visit to Tokyo

Digitization: The central topic at the Bavarian State delegation’s visit to Tokyo

Managing Director Vera Schneevoigt and Jochen Michels, Head of Public Affairs, accompanied the Bavar...

Interview Liaison Office Berlin Rolf Werner, Andreas Kleinknecht

Interview in Germany’s most important public sector newspaper

Strategic insights and perspectives from Dr. Rolf Werner and Andreas Kleinknecht “Germany is a...

Dr. Rolf Werner during the interview at Fujitsu's Liaison Office Berlin. Source: Behörden Spiegel.

Short distances in the heart of German’s capital: Interview in Fujitsu’s Liaison Office Berlin

It was agreed in June in Munich, the capital of the Free State of Bavaria – during the Munich ...