Very loud music | MEEDIA

Andreas Geyer has made a foray through the entire media landscape in the last 25 years. He started as press officer at Ogilvy, then worked at DDB, McKann and Havas before briefly switching sides in 2015 to lead msarketing at SAxel Springer SE. As Managing Partner, he has been responsible for the transformation of Eqolot into a full social media agency since 2020 – Photo: Andreas Geyr

What do industry personalities actually do after work? What do they like to spend money on and are they for Netflix or for fitness? We asked Andreas Geyr, Managing Partner at Eqolot.

How long does it take you to get home from the office?

Currently about two seconds.

What do you do on the way home?

Usually listen to music very loud.

What is irreplaceable for your work-life balance?

Playing the drums, playing tennis, cuddling with my little daughters.

And for whom are you irreplaceable?

Hopefully for my wife.

When was the last time you were really spontaneous?

Thanks to Corona, I’ve been highly unspontaneous for a year – I don’t even know how spontaneous it is anymore.

And what keeps slowing you down?

See above.

Where do you dream of going far away?

On the ski slope.

Do you have a good film or series tip for us?

Everyone actually knows everything – but if you love music and a

If you’re in the mood for some singer & songwriter country stuff, you can check out Nashville. It’s all a bit cheesy, but somehow endearing.

Her favorite book is called…

Max Frisch’s Homo Faber.

Your favorite restaurant is called …..

House of Biase in Köln.

Fan curve or theater hall?

jazz club.

Off the shelf or made to measure?

Usually off the shelf.

What do you like to spend money on?

Drums and hi-fi stuff.

And what about your guilty pleasures?

Good Priorat red wines.

The meaning of life is…

to recognize and enjoy happiness.

And at some point you will definitely…

play in a band again.


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