Hannah Stenke, The Fox
(Marketing & Sales)
Hannah’s favorite dish as a child was, among other things, alphabet soup. She was passionate about cooking it in her play kitchen. The noodles that were “cooked” in cold water, and perhaps a bit too “al dente”, bothered only her brother who had to eat the soup.
Her more linguistic talents were shown later in her early childhood years when she ordered her own soup during a family vacation in France: “La soup s’il vous plait.” Not only did she like to play with the letters in her soup, but also with her words. After high school, Hannah decided to follow the path towards advertising and communication. And with a bachelor’s degree in media and cultural studies and an advertising apprenticeship in her pocket, the Rhinelander packed her bags and moved to Berlin. It was her Masters in Business Communication that prepared her to explore Berlin’s agency landscape, landing her a career in the marketing department of a recruitment agency for several years and also in media coaching.
It was her love for good food and her passion for successful events that led her to Wild & Wiese. Together with Christian, they set their event projects in motion and rocked the Berlin club scene. Since the beginning of 2018, Hannah now oversees the areas of marketing, PR, partnerships, and events in the Wild & Wiese team.
Hannah emphasizes on bringing people from all walks of life together in the right place. Just as a good soup is more than the sum of its ingredients, a truly outstanding event also includes an equally consistent ingredient and guest list. The mother of a 5-year-old son now understands pretty well the “tasting” of each event recipe and knows exactly which spice will add flavor to an event concept.
French cuisine will always remain a favorite of hers. Hannah’s dad still makes the best Boeuf Bourgignon but the Bandol sur Mer in Berlin always lures her in. In the tradition of Japanese, Hannah always appreciates a good Ramen soup at her regular spot, Marubi, or her new discovery, Hako Ramen in Friedrichshain. In the end, the circle always closes with noodle soup.