Comecon Media GmbH, founded in 2008, advises international companies and investors in the field of information management, participates in the development of digital media projects, and acts as a consultant for M&A and post-merger integration.

In response to current market developments, we have expanded our portfolio and now offer a wider range of services. Here are some key points:

  • development and operation of information services, the development and operation of web portals and web applications, and the activities of news agencies, including newsrooms;
  • management and business consultancy in the fields of digitization, knowledge management, government relations, and B2B as well as B2P/P2B communications;
  • Scientific research and development and the creation and maintenance of archives including the use of machine learning, and narrow AI;
  • Software development (mainly Python) and its coordination;
  • Advertising and market research, including Google Analytics and other tools;
  • Personnel consulting;
  • Other freelance scientific and technical activities.
Joachim Weidemann, founder and managing partner of Comecon Media, is an experienced business journalist and media manager. He is keeping himself up to date on digitization issues after completing an MBA on the regulation of artificial intelligence in Europe in 2020. He has organized his private learning schedule at the OpenHPI, Udemy, Coursera, and open-source MOOCs as offered by MIT. He is also strongly involved in further developing his Insight EU Monitoring web platform that monitors EU policies and regulations and publishes a selection of its results in daily, weekly, or monthly monitoring formats and dossiers (see: Insight EU Monitoring.)


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