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19. 12. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | Berlin @en, News @en

Berlin has lots to offer and one of the city’s major plus points is its diversity. Each of Berlin’s districts has its own distinctive character. Apartments are in short supply everywhere especially in the inner-city neighborhoods. And once they’ve found somewhere to live in a neighborhood they love Berliners don’t give up their apartments very easily. Read More




12. 12. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | Berlin @en, News @en

What do Berliners really think of their city? This was the question asked by researchers at the charitable Hertie Foundation in their Hertie Berlin Study 2014. In 2 000 telephone interviews Berliners aged between 14 and 94 were surveyed about their living conditions and asked for their opinions on the capital city. Read More




05. 12. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | Berlin @en, News @en


All over the world Berlin is famous for its flourishing start-up scene. The city’s young companies are involved in a wide range of business sectors: from “green” high-tech service companies to hip internet companies and social entrepreneurs. If you can imagine it there is a company doing it! And this variety continues to increases as 40 000 new companies are founded in Germany’s capital city every year. Read More




28. 11. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | Berlin @en, News @en

When it comes to cultural attractions and free time activities Berlin scores highly with its extensive selection of exhibitions concerts and events. And the number and range of Christmas markets in the city is also pretty much impossible to beat. From the classical romantic market in the old town center to designer markets crammed full of unusual gift ideas visitors to the city’s hundred plus markets are sure to find what their hearts desire. Read More




21. 11. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | Berlin @en, News @en

Rents for apartments are developing quite differently across Germany. A number of cities – including Berlin – have seen disproportionate increases. In some places tenants are already more than feeling the pain of high rents; whereas in structurally weak regions rents have stagnated at relatively low levels. These are among the key findings of the “Immobilienreport 2014” (Real Estate Report 2014) study published by the real estate website ImmobilienScout24.

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14. 11. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | Berlin @en, News @en

It doesn’t matter whether you are young or old: pretty much everyone would like a lift ideally one with step-free access. But Germany suffers from a dearth of lifts: the country needs ten million more apartments in buildings with lifts in order to make them accessible to all age groups. Read More




07. 11. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | Berlin @en, News @en

When it comes to working overseas Berlin is one of the most attractive locations – at least according to 4.6 per cent of the 200 000 workers across the globe who took part in a recent survey on labor mobility carried out jointly by the online employment portal StepStone and the international management consultants Boston Consulting Group. Read More




31. 10. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | News @en

On 25 October it was once again time: this year’s HOPE Gala took place in Dresden’s main theater the Schauspielhaus. This most glamorous of charity events was celebrating its ninth birthday. Every year the HOPE Gala event collects donations for the “HOPE Cape Town” charity to help in its fight against HIV and AIDS in South Africa. Read More




24. 10. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | Berlin @en

In autumn each year Berlin presents itself in a particularly special light: as if one festival weren’t enough Berlin’s world famous sights and monuments became the canvas for spectacular light and video projections as part of two lighting displays – “Berlin leuchtet” (“Berlin illuminated”) and “Festival of Lights”.


Berlin illuminated for the second time

From 2 – 19 October the “Berlin illuminated” festival lit up the capital. Read More




17. 10. 2014 | Jürgen Kriegisch | News @en

As everyone knows the population in Germany is getting older and people are choosing to start families later in life than ever before – countless studies detailing these developments have been published. The decision to buy their own four walls is also being made by Germans much later in life. Read More




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