At NetPress, content marketing isn’t just a business – it’s a passion. It’s also the best route to potential customers. Opinion-forming communication is about winning customers and retaining them at a fundamental, rational and emotional level. You secure long-term success, and we integrate our mission and values into every aspect of our business and interact across every communications channel. What makes the difference?
We amplify the impact of your communications, understand the preferences of the people who consume it, and never get distracted from taking care of the essentials.
Here’s to a mutually profitable relationship!
The Karpf editiorial agency opened its doors in Munich in 1998 and became NetPress Communication in 2002. As a subsidiary of the NetPress Business Group, NetPress Communication offered press and public relations services, as well as marketing consulting. By the end of 2006, the company had evolved into a successful communications agency, having completed projects for the likes of CheckPoint, Symantec, Microsoft and AEG. In 2010, NetPress was selected by GETAF to oversee its marketing function.
Managing Director Achim B.C. Karpf then decided to extend the company’s portfolio to cover content marketing, and founded NetPress GmbH & Co. KG in 2011. The company joined the German Association of Midsized Businesses (www.bvmw.de) in 2013, strengthening the presence of this interest group for midsized and family run businesses within the German economy. In 2013, NetPress became an official partner of HubSpot (www.hubspot.com), and is using this partnership to evolve its offering using the HubSpot marketing platform, and by enhancing its inbound marketing and lead generation capabilities.
In 2014, Dell chose NetPress to look after its German-language content creation, inbound marketing and social media marketing activities. Since 2015, NetPress has also been a leading member of the newly founded Inbound Circles organization (www.inbound-circle.org), which was created to drive the awareness and usage of inbound marketing in Germany. In 2014, NetPress increased its revenue by more than 235%, year-on-year.