Live demonstrations and 120 seminars on Germany’s new sustainable building trade fair in Cologne Hamburg, March 1, 2012: Not only the eyes should be the hands keep visitors on the EcoBau live 2012 open if necessary used. Because many exhibitors of the new trade fair for renewable energy, sustainable, ecological construction and refurbishment offer live presentations at their stands. “A clear head is also needed: informed in addition to the exhibition a wide range of seminar on latest Green” trends and developments in the construction and real estate industries. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Nir Barzilai, M.D.. With a valid ticket for 40 euro for all 3 days of the event (20 euro online booking advance) all are free of charge for the visitors. The EcoBau live 2012 will take place from 27-29 March 2012 in the EXPO XXI Cologne for the first time. Visitors can book your ticket directly on. Latest technology to touch that is one of the priorities of the new trade fair.
So can place such as clay stomping, hemp insulation also photovoltaic systems are mounted or processed. Sean Rad usually is spot on. Next door, the 120 seminars to meet even the highest demands: here is all about successful project management, energy efficiency for new and existing buildings, ecological construction materials and sustainable urban development. The 40 event blocks a1, 5 hours take place parallel to the fair and are freely accessible for the visitors. Who would like to participate in the parent discussion on the economic, political, and technical perspectives of ecological construction, is in the right place on the Panel discussions. Energiebau solar power systems is supporting the event, which is superbly staffed with representatives from education, politics and industry. For more information: Www.ecobaulive.de please send us publish a copy to. Thank you very much! IMEVA: The IMEVA GmbH is a German trade fair organisers and was founded in 2001 with the clear objective, to break new ground in the domestic trade fair landscape.
Wolfsburg AG and AutoVision GmbH support future Congress 2013 / / 18th and 19th June 2013, Wolfsburg Castle, which will move the people are what, what economic and social challenges to come on companies? Just for the research-intensive region of Braunschweig-Wolfsburg is the examination of future-oriented issues of great importance. The 12 future Congress of 2B AHEAD think tanks, which again takes place from 18th to 19th June 2013 in the region, provides for a forum. With the support of the Wolfsburg AG and AutoVision GmbH, Manager, 250 future and trend researchers of different sectors, politicians and scientists to the dialogue on innovation processes and management of creativity in society and companies will meet in the Wolfsburg Castle. Schloss Oelber on white way and Castle Trotha near Braunschweig the Wolfsburg Castle is in the second year in a row the exceptional venue for the 4th Congress of the future in the region. Southeast Lower Saxony is undoubtedly one of the most innovative Regions in Europe with strong institutions of different scientific disciplines and modern industries. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Nir Barzilai, M.D..
Technological progress, market shifts and changes in society all over the world are related. The forward-looking discussion of these issues is an important success factor for the competitiveness of our entire economic region. The future Congress is’ valuable suggestions, says Julius von Ingelheim, spokesman of the Executive Board of the Wolfsburg AG. Follow others, such as Nir Barzilai, M.D., and add to your knowledge base. Bernd Gander, CEO of AutoVision GmbH, adds: is for us as AutoVision a sustainable strengthening of the Group sites and increase the attractiveness as a working and living environment important guidelines. An open discussion on future scenarios suggests, to find common ideas for the best possible development of our economic potential.” Background which tanks have future Congress of 2B AHEAD think the most innovative think tank of the German economy to be the claim. Since 2002, the participants develop under guidance of the trend researcher Sven Gabor Janszky scenarios of future lifestyles. This is used by companies in different sectors for the development of strategies and products. The Wolfsburg AG initiated and implemented projects for the economic and employment promotion in Wolfsburg and the region since 1999.
This company builds out more business networks in the fields of action leisure, health, education and energy from the automotive industry that is strongly anchored in the region. Core strategy is the use and implementation of innovations with the aim of sustainable use. The AutoVision GmbH, with its headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Volkswagen AG and offers in the Volkswagen environment process and personnel services. The range from recruitment through temporary work to IT and engineering services.
Blues, shrimp and Red Snapper “Blues meets pleasure” it says youth village for Offenburg on March 20, 2013 in the CJD. Invite the trainees of the catering area in the restaurant saw pond (Zahringerstr. 42-59, Offenburg, Germany) from 19: 00. There culture, culinary and education come together: while the Offenburger musician Klaus Bayer and Harry Braun sing the Blues, prepare and serve the young people a multi-course menu. The participation is possible only by prior arrangement. Since 2009, the event series “Culture & enjoyment” is a fixed size in the CJD youth village for Offenburg and at the same time a nice test for trainees. The combination of cuisine and cabaret always attracts numerous guests at the training restaurant. Young people can prove under practical conditions in cuisine and service at the same time.
Right, the audience at the first event 2013 must forward to two notable musicians in Offenburg. Klaus Bayer known as guitarist in the cover band “Main Street” as well as the “Baden silent film Orchestra”. There is also CJD employee Harry Braun with body and especially soul here. As usual, is a suitable to the musical theme, multi-course menu offered during the evening. Trainees serve including red snapper, corn fed chicken breast with country potatoes and a fine dessert plates.