Garb, Tradition & Tourism.
The Bavarian capital is well-known for classiness and coziness.
But Munich is capable of so much more:
The interplay of tradition and modernism, grown and new, gives this city its own dynamics. Somewhere between metropolis and million-village, Munich stages itself with classic and modern architecture and art in alternation between industry and nature.
„Mia san mia“
We as “newcomers” are excited by this mix that is inspiring us every day in Munich. Our imported Berlin flair and the know-how that we gathered about Munich give us – with an office in this city – an ideal springboard for events in the South of Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Something new every now and then – that could as well mean to connect your event with real Munich traditions. Meetings Oktoberfest-style: Key notes in traditional garbs, Dirndl and Lederhosen with a subsequent after-work beer? Or rather modern with a touch of Munich esprit? Munich offers high-tech as well as tradition and nature. The Munich Oktoberfest is the biggest funfair of the world and is celebrated throughout Germany and even worldwide.
Often underrated: The “Wiesn” is probably the biggest networking event Germany has to offer. If you want to score: wear traditional Bavarian garbs. Lederhosen and Dirndl are obligatory for a visit at the Wiesn. …and your garb is sometimes worth a thousand words: It tells a lot about a woman for example how and where she ties the bow on her Dirndl.
In order for you to not spread confusion, we cracked the bow tie code for you:
Munich is slowly becoming the trade fair capital of Germany – some trade fairs attract so many visitors that hotels are booked out way in advance even outside the city. With our experience and our well-connected Munich network we ensure that your trade fair participation is a guaranteed success.
Scenic landscapes and innovative technology
belong to the Munich identity
and give the city it’s unique face.
Following the motto “innovation and tradition”,
Munich is not only the home town of
many persistent companies; the amount of
start-ups in Munich is growing rapidly as well.