Chapter 4 is a PR and Communications agency network, focused on Public Relations, Public Affairs, Business and Marketing Communications Consulting in Austria and in Central and South Eastern Europe (CEE/SEE). Through a comprehensive network of subsidiaries and local partners, Chapter 4 offers its clients an easy access to the needed expertise, to better understand and efficiently serve the Communications markets in CEE/SEE. Our strategic insights in this region are highly appreciated by global companies, industry...Read more
  • Partner
    Thinking and acting as a network is the key to success. This applies to us as much as it does to our customers. From the very start, Chapter 4 has invested in...
  • Influencer marketing
    Friday, 14. September 2018
    Influencer marketing is in a constant state of evolution. Market researchers are tracking trends and insights in the influencer marketing industry to uncover the tactics that are not only driving the...Read more
  • Künstliche Intelligenz im Online-Marketing
    Friday, 27. July 2018
    Chatbots allow for 24/7 customer service and bring higher customer satisfaction rates to businesses. Machine learning analyzes complex data and delivers faster, more accurate results. AI-based search...Read more
    Tuesday, 29. May 2018
    On May 24th and 25th, the Chapter 4 Group‘s Board Meeting took place in Belgrade , Serbia. Directors from each country office shared the latest news on the ongoing local businesses by updating the...Read more
  • Effective communication
    Friday, 27. April 2018
    Every person has predominate patterns that drive how they communicate and respond to situations. And very often, as consultants, it is crucial for us to understand who we are dealing with. So let's...Read more
    Thursday, 15. February 2018
    Lavazza, Chapter 4's client in CEE had a great event in the new Lavazza Training Center in Bulgaria on 15 th of February. Ms. Paola Autiero - Head of Marketing Eastern Europe - welcomed the guests...Read more
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