Top athletes and advertising in social media are a delicate field. Where does personal mail stop, where does commerce begin? The judgement of the Fairness Commission in the case of Jolanda Neff has caused a stir, the uncertainty is great. After the discussion at the sports forum “Influencer and the case of Jolanda Neff” it is clear, according to the experts, that she has not done much wrong – she is rather a victim.
Disabled today, wired tomorrow? Are artificial assistance systems a curse or a blessing? What does Assisted Living mean? Will cyborgs become reality? Janine Geigele discussed interesting topics like these with those affected and scientists at the panel discussion at the Swiss Handicap Fair in Lucerne.
Football clubs make access to the stadium difficult for unpopular journalists, and press representatives are fobbed off with carefully formulated statements from their exponents: Have media representatives got themselves into this situation? Are they increasingly the undesirable creature? Interesting discussion by sportpress.ch with Janine Geigele, Georg Heitz, Matthias Hüppi and Ueli Kägi.
Athletes and advertising on social media? This is a hard nut to crack, because: Where does the personal opinion end? Where does the commercial interest begin? And what does the recent rebuke by the Lauterkeitskommission to well-known Swiss athletes mean for influencer marketing in sport? Janine Geigele and Thomas Meier from the Swiss Fairness Commission will be discussing this at the Swiss Sports Forum in Lucerne on 28 November 2019.
Geigele Communications likes to think outside the box of sport. For example the 10th anniversary of the Danish-Swiss Chamber of Commerce in Zurich, which Janine Geigele hosted in the Dolder Grand. An enriching experience with exciting guests and a prominent model: Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark. At the speed painting, his portrait was finished after 4:59 minutes.
From 20th to 22nd September, Janine Geigele picked up the live microphone for the Swiss private broadcaster TV24. The experienced sports journalist hosted the Laver Cup matches in Geneva together with experts such as former tennis pro Marco Chiudinelli, tennis coach Mark Krippendorf and Roger Federer coach Severin Lüthi. The exclusive live broadcast of the matches was very well received.
Sports gentlemen in grey and black on the balcony of the Palais Eynard in Geneva – and right in the middle Janine Geigele. She hosted the opening ceremony of the Laver Cup and introduced the two teams to a large audience at the reception. The Captains Björn Borg (Team Europe), John McEnroe (Team World) and of course Rod Laver, the namesake of the tournament, were present. Not to mention Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
«I miss the french speaking part of Switzerland», said Roger Federer at the beginning of the conversation about the 2019 Laver Cup in Geneva. The exceptional athlete was very relaxed before the duel between Team USA and Team Europe. At the invitation of his sponsor Sunrise, the four-time father talked to Janine Geigele about his experiences in Geneva, car trips with his family and the fact that he always books his holidays first thing at the beginning of the year.
Biggest sports event in Switzerland – the Laver Cup in Geneva with the world’s best tennis players. Team Europe against Team World, let’s see what Federer, Nadal and Co. will show. I’m happy to be the host for the live show Friday till Sunday for TV24 with my studio guest Marco Chiudinelli.
It is one of the biggest challenges in professional sport and business life: Where can you find the best talents? How can you promote them? And how do you keep them on board? A panel discussion on an interesting topic at Swiss Football Champion BSC Young Boys in the Stade de Suisse. With the experts Wolfgang Jenewein, Christoph Spycher and Christian Vifian.