My name is Dimitri Alehins and I am a freelance communications consultant based in Berlin. My 20-year experience in communications will help your organisation make your word work for you, cutting through the chaos of confusing content. Make sure to take advantage of my debut offer, free trial, no strings attached. Here is what I offer:

Competences

Corporate communications and strategy
Content creation and management
Project management
Assistance in public affairs analysis

Values

The aim of my services is to create value that contributes to your business, its reputation and results. The engine of my services is my experience and passion to get things done.

How may I be relevant to your business or organisation? 

  • Leadership support
  • Digital content and channel management
  • Analytical problem solver
  • MBA in public affairs (2018—2019)
  • 20 years in communications, of which 13 in corporate communications
  • Regional experience: lived, worked and studied in Latvia, Russia, Denmark, Finland, Germany

Check out my offer.

Content Production, Project Management, International Communications

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Free trial: up to three assignments or a month. The scope and lengths are negotiable and depend on the complexity and length of the intended engagement. 

Discount 50% on complex and lengthy engagements. 

Standard fee: EUR 80 per hour + VAT

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