15 Things You Didn't Know About FAULHABER
January 2, 2017
#1. Faulhaber Communications all started on a laptop in Christine’s apartment.
#2. The plans for Faulhaber Communications were hatched on a solo trio to Greece in 2001.
#3. FAULHABER celebrated 10 years of business with a creative photoshoot including powerhouse photographer Christopher Wadsworth, illustrator Matt Forsythe, hair artist Brennen Demelo, makeup genius Evgeny Loukianenkov, and model Katrina Latawiec.
#4. FAULHABER is more than fashion and beauty, we cater to clients across all of the lifestyle channels including the less obvious: corporate, real estate, health care, food and beverage and travel.
#5. FAULHABER has worked with some of their current clients for more than 10 years.
#6. FAULHABER has traveled across the world for press trips. A few notable stops have been: Korea, Berlin, London, Paris, Vancouver, Montreal, Amsterdam, Puerto Rico, Munich, Vienna, New York, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.
#7. FAULHABER is making a big impact on social media with a reach of 36,000. FAULHABER even hosted a Twitter party with the one-and-only Justin Beiber for essence cosmetics resulting in over 114 million social media impressions.
#9. With the addition of our digital team and in-house photo studio, FAULHABER is now full-service agency; we do everything from client relations to creating eye-catching content for your social media platforms.
#10. FAULHABER is a decedent of Kardinal Faulhaber.
#11. In 2012 the name of the company was changed from Faulhaber PR to Faulhaber Communications. http://www.faulhabercommunications.com/fdrive/re-vamped-refined-faulhaber-communications?year=2012&month=11
#12. Christine was featured in a 15 page spread in the January 2001 issue of ELLE Quebec. The editorial photographer, Joel Dumoulin, took the brands very first digital snaps.
#13. FAULHABER launched Project Runway 2 with supermodel Iman.
#14. As of 2016, Christine has been on the W100 PROFIT/Chatelaine Top Canadian Female Entrepreneurs list two years in a row.
#15. Christine’s first website was ISELLIDEAS.com and was published in the Globe and Mail.