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Name Andrea Peters
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Job title Chairwoman of the Executive Board

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In 2008, Andrea Peters became the Managing Director of berlinbrandenburg e.V. As the association's regulations have been restructured in April 2014, she was elected new Chairwoman of the Executive Board. She is member in the advisory boards of Investitionsbank Berlin and Media Innovation Center Babelsberg as well as in the committees Creative Industries and Digital Economy of IHK Berlin.

Andrea Peters has worked in the media industry for more than 25 years, studied Communication in Social and Economic Contexts at the Berlin University of the Arts (today UdKB) and worked as an associate producer for various TV productions at nfp tv in Berlin. Together with Loretta Walz she was inviolved in the production of Walz’ Grimme Award-winning movie “Die Frauen von Ravensbrück” later on. In 1995 Andrea Peters assumed the organisational management of “Master School Drehbuch” where she developed and realised international screenplay programmes together with Oliver Schütte. In 2002 she changed to Erich Pommer Institut, as director of the professional training department she was responsible for realising the programmes “Insight Out” (HFF Potsdam) and “Entertainment Master Class”. Network for Creative Industries berlinbrandenburg is the cross-sectoral business association of the creative industries in the capital region – ranging from music, film, TV and multimedia to advertising and design. Initiated in 2000 by Bernd Schiphorst, then Media Representative for the states of Berlin and Brandenburg, the network has been serving as a gateway to politics from the very beginning. keeps you informed and connected: studies and surveys focus on members’ current issues and business needs. With about 430 members the network includes major global companies as well as young startups.

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