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About us

Goodness gracious! How old-fashioned we are! We like forming long-lasting relationships and having personal contact with our customers. And whilst we don’t doubt that machines are wonderful, we also know that they don’t work for everything. For instance, they just don’t have that special feel for language. That’s why only experts have been working on your texts at WIENERS+WIENERS for 25 years.


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One thing that we value more than an impressive list of clients is absolute discretion. We therefore behave like gentlemen – we don’t kiss and tell, so we enjoy the complete confidence of our customers. But we can perhaps reveal this much: amongst our regular, satisfied customers are not only the majority of the leading German marketing agencies, but also countless large corporations from the worlds of industry and economics, as well as over 2,000 small and medium-sized enterprises. Please excuse our bragging.



The five most common words in the German language are ‘der’, ‘die’, ‘und’, ‘in’ and ‘den’.


There are about 155 million people around the world who speak German.


The Sanskrit language originated in 1200 BC. In Sanskrit, the word ‘war’ means ‘desire for more cows’.


The word ‘goddessship’ is the only word in the English language that contains the same letter three times in a row.


February 2015
Make way for the next generation of copywriters! Second Texterschmiede AdSlam a resounding success

Ahrensburg, February 2015

Make way for the next generation of copywriters! Second Texterschmiede AdSlam a resounding success
<p>Roman Reimer, AdSlam winner for WIENERS+WIENERS</p>

Roman Reimer, AdSlam winner for WIENERS+WIENERS

Thoughts, words, courage and a microphone were the main ingredients of the second Texterschmiede AdSlam, which took place on the evening of 19 February at the sold-out Terrace Hill venue.

This year’s AdSlam saw 17 students from Texterschmiede Hamburg e.V. (an academy for copywriters) take almost 350 delighted spectators on a journey to fuel the mind with their poetic texts. Intelligent, reflective and humorous performances were given on topic areas from the three sponsors Wieners+Wieners, ZMG and Silversea Cruises. The texts – which included themes such as a love of mistakes, Barbie, the meaning of journalistic quality, the tranquillity of reading a newspaper and of the option of being offline for once when travelling – were created in a workshop with German poetry slam champion Pierre Jarawan.

Matthias Berg, chairman of the Board at Texterschmiede, was extremely satisfied: ‘The second AdSlam once again gave our talented copywriters an opportunity to surprise the audience with their stories. They started at Texterschmiede just five months ago, and are now able to take to such a top stage with some great texts – so hats off to them! Following on from this, the latest success, we want to make AdSlam a fixed component of the Texterschmiede training programme.’

The whole evening was broadcast via a livestream. Alongside the copywriters, musicians including Das Lumpenpack and Tim Berger and singer-songwriters and students from the current year group rocked the stage.

All those who wish to revisit the evening can click here:

The route to the AdSlam stage goes via the Texterschmiede copy test: www.texterschmiede.de/copytest. The closing date for entries is 22 May 2015.

Hamburg, 24.2.2015

Media contact:
Texterschmiede Hamburg e.V.   
Academy for Language, Creativity and Brand Communication 
Maren Kemmer     
Hammerbrookstrasse 93    
20097 Hamburg
Phone  +49 (0)40 2368 6272   
Fax  +49 (0)40 2368 8385    
Mobile +49 (0)1724 271 453 
Email kemmer@texterschmiede.de  
Website www.texterschmiede.de




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