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Danyal Alaybeyoglu

Danyal Alaybeyoglu

Head of Marketing, Media Relations & Campaigning

Danyal Alaybeyoglu is Head of Marketing, Media Relations and Campaigning at the Vodafone Institute for Society and Communications. He is responsible for Europe-wide marketing and campaigns, brand management, campaign management, social media, and communication of programmes. Furthermore, he is operating the management of stakeholder relations and the reputation management of the Vodafone Institute.

Danyal Alaybeyoglu works on the strategic positioning of the Berlin based European Think and Do Tank to national and international decision makers in politics, media, economy and science. Besides the management and the development of cooperation, Danyal Alaybeyoglu has a particular focus on positioning the initiated programmes of the Vodafone Institute in public in the field of digital education and social innovations.

Before joining the Vodafone Institute he worked as Head of Communications for Vodafone Foundation Germany and completed an internship at the Center for American Progress, an independent nonpartisan policy institute in Washington D.C.. Before joining Vodafone Foundation Germany he worked in the communications department of SevenSenses GmbH, the ProSiebenSat.1 Media Group’s enterprise for Digital TV, where he was in charge of the company’s PR work related to its pay TV stations and its online video store “maxdome”. Mr. Alaybeyoglu holds a diploma degree in journalism from the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. During his studies, he worked as a freelancer in the PR and media sectors, as well as in political communications. With WeberShandwick Germany, Mr. Alaybeyoglu took care of national and international clients, including corporations and federal ministries. Furthermore, Mr. Alaybeyoglu worked with the State of Berlin’s Press and Information office, the governmental press office of Hamburg, and in the corporate communications department of WDR (West German Broadcasting) in Cologne.