Marc Sasserath

CEO at Sasserath Munzinger Plus Berlin
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Marc Sasserath

I am three in one: brand strategist, organizational psychologist and entrepreneur.

Currently I am CEO and founding partner of Sasserath Munzinger Plus a transformational branding firm and United Digital Group, one of the leading brand tech businesses as well as senior advisor to gut.org and Co-Founder of Unternehmerschule @ ESCP. Former CEO of Publicis Sasserath and Head of Strategy at BBDO. And I love travel, art, the good stuff and gas stations..

Q&A

If there was one piece of art you could feature in, which would it be and why?

I adore the works of Mimmo Rotella - being part of one of his décollage would be incredibly fun.

Who inspires you and why? An artist, a family member, someone current or historical?

I see inspiration everywhere. I love to travel, to see new places, new cultures, new people. My most quirky piece of inspirations is gas stations – I am just mad about gas stations.

What are your cultural aspirations? What do you still want to see, do and achieve?

I want to travel to so many places, some that I’ve seen already, some that I havn’t been to. And I like the act of getting there. Sometimes it’s just about the journey...

And to achieve? A good question. It made me think: a transformational space.

What are your favourite cultural cities in the world and why?

Paradox places – where cultures clash. In Europe it’s definitely Istanbul, Lisboa and London. Abroad, it’s definitely Singapore and New York. All time classics, but still with a lot a tension and stimulation.

What are you up to at the moment and where can we find it?

At the moment I'm busy travelling.

Marc Sasserath's
2016 nominees

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: SFMOMA

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: SFMOMA

Museum Architecture of the Year San Francisco, USA
Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart

Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart

Museum Restaurant of the Year Berlin
Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy at Tate Modern (opening 2018)

Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy at Tate Modern (opening 2018)

Museum Shop of the Year London
Rijksmuseum

Rijksmuseum

Digital Museum of the Year Amsterdam, Netherlands