Mystery Minds in THe Press
"Neue Möglichkeiten der Internen Kommunikation: Mystery Minds vernetzt Kollegen",
PR-Journal, am 03.12.2018
"Mystery Minds macht die digitale Welt mit neuen Lösungen menschlich", am 08.10.2018
"HR-Trends 2017: Vernetzung löst Silos auf und bringt Projekte voran", am 12.01.2017
"Deutsche Flugsicherung bittet Mitarbeiter zum Mystery Lunch", Sept.2016
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Technology alone is not enough – the digital world needs human contact6. December 2018
Mystery Minds releases new solutions to humanize the digital world11. October 2018
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Mystery Lunch goes on an HR Roadshow all across Germany29. June 2018
Prior to joining Mystery Minds, Christoph Drebes worked as a project manager and Six Sigma Black Belt in an international telecommunications company. He studied international business administration at the Universities of Ingolstadt, Santiago de Chile and Toulouse.
After studying computer science at the Vienna University of Technology (Austria) and Växjö University (Sweden), Stefan Melbinger worked as an IT architect at Telefónica o2 Germany and as a management consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. Since 2017 he has been 100% committed to Mystery Minds and the networking of employees in companies.