About Andre Zalbertus

Andre Zalbertus was born in Düsseldorf in 1960.  Dedicated teachers inspired him to study German, art, history and philosophy.  At the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf and the Free University Berlin he studied German language and literature and history for the teaching profession at the grammar school.  After graduating, he successfully applied to the German School of Journalism in Munich.  From 1989 to 2011 he worked as a foreign correspondent for RTL (Berlin, Moscow with the fall of the Berlin Wall, the fall of the Soviet Union, the Middle East, the Far East) and twice won the Bavarian Television Prize for outstanding achievements in German television and the Central German Television Prize.

In Cologne and Düsseldorf he founded the local TV channel Center TV and the AZ Media production company, which produced the daily series MEINE HOCHZEIT and MEIN BABY for RTL.

In 2011 he visited the Google headquarters in the Silicon Valley and then founded a consulting firm for digital branding in New York.  Based on this experience, Andre Zalbertus has been working since 2018 on the worldwide expansion of the world’s most customer-friendly digital management consultancy with an integrated TV channel.  The company is based in Vancouver, Canada.

The magazine STERN wrote about his creativity in 2007:

“Andre Zalbertus replaces entire development departments”.

Andre Zalbertus is a fan and collector of data and good food.

His passion:

To track down and archive the favourite food of every person in the world.

He himself cooks enthusiastically both outdoor as well as at home and is an ardent ambassador of ‘German Gemütlichkeit’ on his travels.