The historic Elbhof is since 2015 the new home of the Serviceplan Group in Hamburg. The house combines the unique character of the harbour city with the innovative spirit of the company, which was founded 1970 in Munich. Originally started near the Alster in 2005, the House of Communication is not only the second oldest location of the largest independent agency group in Europe, but with its over 365 employees, also the second largest within the Serviceplan Group.
As a completely integrated agency model, the disciplines of creation, strategy, design, technology, content, public relations and media work and live all under one roof. Together we successfully develop communication solutions that reach consumers and empower brands in a more sustainable way.
With over 40 different clients, including international accounts like BMW and Metro, as well as AB InBev, Deutsche Bahn, Tchibo, and Telekom the House of Communication has been one of the most successful agencies for years – far beyond the city of Hamburg.
The agency brands Serviceplan, Mediaplus, Plan.net, Neverest, and hmmh are regularly achieving milestones in the international brand and innovation management, which were acknowledged by numerous merits and awards. The continuous growth of the branch fosters the further development of the integrated agency model and underlines our successful and increasingly international business orientation.
The combination of creative passion and future-orientated entrepreneurial spirit makes the House of Communications a reliable partner, who works internationally and interdisciplinary on the highest level.
Responsible for managing the House of Communication Hamburg are Alexander Schill as the CCO of the Serviceplan Group, Vincent Schmidlin, Managing Director of the Serviceplan Agency Holding and Bettina Prange as Chief Operations Officer.