Ever since its inception, cars and mobility have been the core competences of Oliver Schrott Kommunikation. For many years, the agency ranking published by the German PR-Journal has been placing us well ahead of the competition in the Auto/Engine/Traffic category.
For us, the major topics shaping the automotive industry, such as autonomous driving, e-mobility and safety, are part of everyday business. The car is currently being re-imagined, and we are accompanying it on the journey to an interconnected future in which vehicles communicate and interact with their environment, occupants and other road users. We are already exploring the particularities of the latest technologies, complex systems and smart data that are making this future possible.
Our automotive teams for strategic consulting, social media, content development, campaigns, and live communication draw on the wealth of knowledge and experience accumulated while collaborating with more than 25 marques and their suppliers in Europe, America and Asia: Bosch, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dacia, Daihatsu, Dodge, Ford, Freudenberg, GM, Harman International, Honda, Jaguar, Jeep, Maybach, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Michelin, Nissan, Opel, Renault, Saab, smart, ThyssenKrupp, Vauxhall, and ZF.
Since 2001, we have been working as the lead agency for Mercedes-Benz the global communication and for its sister brands Mercedes-AMG, Mercedes-Maybach and smart, for which we have implemented hundreds of PR projects on all five continents. For more than ten years in the preceding period we were providing corporate and product PR services to Adam Opel AG and, across the whole of Europe, to the US marques Cadillac and Chevrolet. Since 2016, OSK has been the lead agency of ZF Friedrichshafen, the world’s third largest automotive supplier. Our client portfolio also contains other leading international players in the industry, such as Harman International and Michelin.
The German automotive industry is renowned the world over, and Oliver Schrott Kommunikation is renowned within Germany primarily for its work in the automotive sector, where it uses an integrated approach.