About us

Textlandia is a sustainability communications agency founded by Sibylle Reuter, who also serves as Textlandia’s communications strategist and content manager. She grew up bilingual in German and Bulgarian, studied in Austria and Italy, and lived four years in Shanghai. She has now decided to work remotely, because she believes that planet Earth is far too beautiful to spend your life in just one place. Currently, Sibylle lives in Düsseldorf.

Since 2016, as Textlandia’s “Head of Government,” freelance copywriter, editor, and author, she has been guiding companies, organizations, and magazines that work sustainability and demonstrate ecological, economic, and social responsibility.

The arrival of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) has opened up new horizons in Textlandia. Since professional communication requires sound know-how, obtaining a certification in sustainability reporting (CiSR) was only a matter of time for Textlandia. As a result, in addition to communication and editing, we decided to cater to another service area: non-financial reporting.


Our unique combination of expertise

In our partner network, we support our clients throughout the entire process of their sustainability communication – from defining the level of ambition and materiality analysis to concept and narrative to text creation and layout.

CSR / CSRD / Common Good Report / ESRS qualifications

Project management

Advertising agency experience

Specialized journalism


Intercultural competence

Sibylle Reuter

Freelance Copywriter, Author and Editor

Education and Training

Certificate in Sustainability Reporting (CiSR)

CSR Consultant 
Reporting standards, sustainability communication & management, German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IHK)

ECG Consultant
Matrix 5.0, Creation of Common Good Reports

Copywriter school, KreativKader Dusseldorf

Marketing Manager
In-Service Training Course Marketing and Communication, YTB Graz

Correspondence Degree Course in Journalism and Public Relations, School of Journalism, Berlin

Translation & Interpreting 
Master in Translation and Interpreting: Russian and Italian, University of Graz, Austria / Mag. phil.

German Language and Literature studies
Extended vocational training in Low and Economy, University of Graz

Work Experience

TBWA Düsseldorf

Ogilvy & Mather Advertising Dusseldorf

Project/Event Manager Automotive Events
Vok Dams München

International Key Account for Asia, India and Russia
XAL GmbH, Graz & München

Senior Event Manager & Project Manager
Freelance, Shanghai, China

Marketing Assistent for Italy
Hairdreams GmbH, Graz

Court interpreter for civil and criminal law
Freelance, Graz









About Textlandia

Form of State/ Government

Free enterprise for sustainability communication.

Head of Government

Sibylle Reuter – Senior Advisor Sustainability Content, Copywriter, and Author.


The name Textlandia means “country of texts.” The suffix -landia is typical for geographical names in some Romance and Slavic languages; for example, in Italian, Finland is called Finlandia.


Variable. Currently 51° 13′ 39.868″ N 6° 46′ 24.44″ E

Foundation Date

November 28, 2016

National Languages

There are six and a half official languages, all of which are mastered, loved, and spoken: German, English, Russian, Italian, Spanish, and Bulgarian. Chinese was a popular language a few years ago, used exclusively for oral communication, but it now faces the threat of extinction due to lack of use.


Here in Germany, there are an unbelievable 53(!) holidays – some years even 54! Wondering how one holiday per week is possible? Well, at Textlandia, we celebrate every Monday because we have made our passion our profession. That’s why we not only look forward to weekends but also to working days.


Textlandia is worth visiting at any time of the year. We feel very relaxed about the weather here and agree with John Ruskin, who once said, “Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.”

Have you been bitten by the travel bug and want to go to Textlandia too?

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