SBB is committed to dialogue, and the Communications Unit gives the company its voice, face and image.

The work of the Communications Unit is interdivisional, leading both internal and external communications and advising the other SBB business units. Through integrated communications bringing the different threads together in the newsroom, our messages to employees, customers and the media always come from one source.

The Communications Unit is also responsible for public relations and for maintaining dialogue with all relevant stakeholders.

Another responsibility of the Communications Unit is to lead, cultivate, and protect the SBB brand. With its ‘live experiences’ it appeals to the emotions and highlights what makes SBB unique.

The management.

Andreas Stuber (1965)

Head of Communication (since 2021)

Lic. phil. II, for the study of Geography and Economics at the University of Bern. At SBB since 2007, firstly as Head of Communications for SBB Infrastructure, then as Head of Internal Communications for SBB and subsequently Head of Integrated Communications, responsible for both internal and external communications. Head of Communications since January 2021. Before joining SBB, he worked as a photojournalist and spent ten years as a journalist and editor at Der Bund newspaper, before switching to communications, firstly at the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, and then at the Federal Office for the Environment.

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