teamtischer is an internationally operating group specialized in shop and fair design, ideas & innovation management, and event planning.
Headquartered in Moers, Germany, the company has branch offices in Pfäffikon, Switzerland; Shanghai, China; and Miami, USA. What distinguishes teamtischer from other service providers in its industry is its strong focus on teamwork.
“Our team consists of 55 highly qualified experts from different disciplines who are all committed to our great driving passion: networked, interdisciplinary work,” Managing Partner Martin Tischer describes the philosophy of the company.
One of the most outstanding teamtischer assignments was a location rebranding project completed for a large German cable TV company. The project included the conception and physical conversion of all of the company’s 300 shops to bring them in line with the customer’s new corporate design – over a single weekend.
“The project required 300 fitters, 200 vehicles and six months of planning,” Mr. Tischer outlines the enormous organizational input. “The challenge with such assignments lies not in the question of how to design a shop but in the exceptional planning and preparatory operations.”
Teamtischer shop and fair design manages complete shop-fitting and exhibition stand projects, from the first idea to on-site installation. “We take a holistic approach to all projects,” says Mr. Tischer. “What we design and conceptualize is also built and fitted by us. It is important to see an idea become reality.”
teamtischer’s second business unit, i-management, helps companies reap the benefits of constant ideas & innovation management, while teamtischer events specializes in the planning and implementation of all types of corporate events.
teamtischer has just built its new headquarters in Moers, which will bring all expertise and resources together in a new 15,000 m2 facility. “The former location will be used for seminars, training courses, workshops and product presentations,” explains Mr. Tischer, an exceptional entrepreneur who is not driven by economic success but by the dedication to transforming a concept into tangible objects.