Norbert Eierding

Norbert Eierding
Producer, Conceptor, Liaison Manager

Norbert Eierding has held various positions in the entertainment industry since 1992.

Selected references:

  • For André Heller he managed several tours in the field of variety.
  • He managed the stage in the Berlin Wintergarten Varieté for four years under directors such as André Heller, Bernhard Paul (Circus Roncalli), Katharina Thalbach, Winfried Bauernfeind (Deutsche Oper Berlin) and others.
  • He held various positions at DEAG Deutsche Entertainment AG from 1992 to 2002 and from 2009 to 2018.
  • Most recently as Managing Director of Seefestspiele Berlin GmbH. Shareholders are DEAG, Michael Mronz Promotion. From 2011 to 2013, the company performed Opera Open Air Festival in Berlin. Including the Magic Flute directed by Katharina Thalbach and Carmen, directed by Volker Schlöndorff. His special passion was and is the sport.
  • In 2001 he produced for DEAG the extensive supporting program of the legendary German 500, the premiere of the US Champ Car series in Europe at the Eurospeedway Lausitz / Lausitzring.
  • 2001-2005 Management Abdullah Ibrahim. 2005 realisation oft he Arte Bio Pic „A Struggle for Love“ that won the famous Grimme Award in 2005.
  • From 2003-2006, he led the FIFA World Cup 2006 FIFA World Cup 2006 tour of the FIFA-World Cup-GERMANY-2006 venues for André Heller’s production company Artevent and the DFB Cultural Foundation.

Marc Bogaerts

Marc Bogaerts
Choreograh, Producer, Director, Performer, Designer

Marc Bogaerts was born in Belgium, lives in Berlin and is at home in the world. 10 years in New York are as much part of his artistic background as extensive  creative work in over 20 countries worldwide.. His life is a collection of fascinating personal experiences, which he not only can vividly recount in just the right moment, but that also often are the inspiration for his work.

Bogaerts is an early bird, who starts the day with a 20 km bike tour before having the first coffee. He combines this unique discipline and perseverance with creativity and curiosity. The choreographer-visionair not only surprises people by still being able to pull off more than one eighty push-ups any time, but especially through the determination it takes, to push oneself to the limit again and again.  Believing one should always look for a new mentor he takes not only his daily balletclass but is obsessed with the biomechanics of his own body.

When he stands in front of 200 performers, he has everyone’s undivided attention, communicating in five different languages simultaneously and mutually shaping a piece. He is one of the few temporary internationally renown choreographs, that can cover a broad artistic range, from experimentaly working with John Cage in Studio 54 in New-York until the Royal Danish Ballet and the Opening of ISTAF in the Olympic Stadion in Berlin.

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Roland Bischof

Roland Bischof
Sponsoring Expert, Brand Ambassador, Image Consultant

  • since 1986 working as an independent consultant, specialized in sponsoring, marketing, media and celebrities
  • managing majority shareholder of presented by gmbh (
  • charter member, member of the board and vize president (since 2013) of FASPO (the professional association for sponsoring in Germany, Switzerland and Austria)
  • since 2008 jury member at the “culture brand awards” (Germany/Europe)
  • management of over 400 national and international sponsoring projects and events
  • bestselling author, over 15.000 sold subject books about sponsoring/eventmarketing (»Wie Profis Sponsoren gewinnen«, BusinessVillage Verlag und »Eventmarketing«, Cornelsen Verlag)
  • speaker (also international) on several industry congresses, workshops and seminars since eleven years
  • aid of active and ex-athletes (currently Marko Marin, Torsten Frings, Jermaine Jones, Thomas Helmer and Sebastian Rode)
  • initiator and president Deutscher Fußball Botschafter e.V.

Ciro Cappellari

Ciro Cappellari
Director, Camera Operator, AI Insider

Since 1989, Ciro Cappellari has been working as author, director and director of photography. His most important works as a director include “Sin Querer – Time of the Flamingos” winning the Sundance Cinema 100 Award for the best screenplay and best Film in International festival in Göteborg and was nominated for the European Award “Felix” in 1999. His first feature film, “Hijo del Rio” (“The Son of the River”) won the Best film in Latin-American film festival Trieste. With his documentary about the Jazz pianist Abdullah Ibrahim “Abdullah Ibrahim – A Struggle for Love” obtained the Grimme Award 2005 in Germany.

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