Foreign Real Estate and Investments Berlin Congress decided to break the stereotypes of the usual and go beyond the traditional conferences!Wednesday, 23 January 2019 11:43
The organizers of Foreign Real Estate and Investments Berlin Congress decided to break the stereotypes of the usual and go beyond the traditional conferences!
The event that is awesome for its revolutionary and innovative format will be held on 18 February, 2019 in the German capital for the first time − Foreign Real Estate and Investment Berlin Congress. According to the organizer and representative of the Congress in Russia Natalia Pastukhova, it is unique not only because:
ü will be held in an unusual place - Berlin Capital Club (an exclusive business "millionaire club" located in the Gendarmenmarkt square where only those who are lucky enough to get a membership card: influential investors, businessmen and politicians who come to the club to enjoy a cigar , relax, playing golf or in order to conduct business negotiations in a sophisticated atmosphere);
ü each congress participant can become a guest of the Berlin Capital Club;
ü The congress venue is totally new - the capital of Germany. And this is important because Berlin and, in general, the other northern cities of Germany are extremely attractive for investors, because the pricing policy for investment here is very flexible, and the yield is high,
but also by a bold, creative format that combines a business forum and networking, a press conference and a gala concert, participation in a golf tournament and a property tour of the surrounding area.
The International Congress of Real Estate and Investments has been held annually since 2016. It took place most recently on 7 October, 2018, in Munich and gathered 440 participants from 19 countries of the world. According to the results, 79 publications were published in the media around the world. More than thousand guests attended the 2018 Munich Congress, and current topics that were discussed during the event, attracted the attention of many media outlets − 83 world media attended the briefing, which was held in the largest press club in Bavaria.
The Congress is held with the active support of the world investment leaders - Saulius Karosas (oil trader, guest of honor and sponsor of the Congress), Sergei Baburin (Russian politician and businessman), Valerii Tsepkalo (Belarusian statesman, founder of “Silicon Valley”, Stankevicius MGM and its head Paulius Stankevicius, a leader in PR and advertising. (The firm advises Fortune 500 companies and international small and medium enterprises. Stankevicius MGM has provided successful PR campaigns for companies that have entered the ICO and as a result it attracted more than 300 million dollars for blockchain projects). World investment experts will speak on this day about the main problems, trends and prospects for the development of international business, profitable investments, the possibility of obtaining a second citizenship and a residence permit, economic investments also.
The organizers of the upcoming International Real Estate Congress and Investments in Berlin decided to set themselves important tasks this year:
to help every businessman, every investor, every person who plans to develop a new territory, who plans to conclude a deal in a particular country, but faces to difficulties for various reasons;
to remove all bans, eliminate all causes that prevent the successful result of the transaction;
to bring everything to the fact that the whole process will be easy from the beginning to the final stage, will be transparent and clear: in the participants' native language. "To feel like home on any continent".
Everyone will be able to find a solution to their problems on 18 February, 2019 at Berlin Capital Club: investors will have a unique opportunity to compare the profitability of various investments − in real estate and cryptocurrency, securities and precious metals, antiques and the film industry and all this is on the same time and place. For companies with high development potential that require investment − to present their product and find their consumer or investor.
The mix of official and behind-the-scenes communication will allow participants and guests of the Congress to gain maximum benefits, and tasting exclusive drinks from the world's best sommeliers, a buffet from Michelin-starred chefs, participation in a golf tournament and the opportunity to enjoy elite cigars in the refined atmosphere of the main business club of the German capital, will help to make many new contacts.
Berlin Real Estate and Investment Congress will be held on 18 February, 2019 in Berlin Capital Club am Gendarmen Markt, Mohrenstraße 30, Berlin
Detailed information by phone:
in the Russian Federation +7 985 927 77 00
in Germany +49 162 232 8 333
Riding on its growing success, HD+ partners with Discovery Networks Germany to extend its offer and provide exclusive access to live sports games
Luxembourg, 4 August 2017 – HD+ subscribers will now be able to enjoy exclusive live football matches as well as Tennis Grand Slams, Cycling highlights and MotoGP, thanks to the extended offer of HD+ following a partnership with the leading media company Discovery Networks Germany, Eurosport’s parent company.
Under the new agreement with Discovery Networks Germany, SES’s German HD media platform HD+ is delivering a ‘Eurosport package’ offer, which includes access to the new sports channel Eurosport 2 HD Xtra and the Eurosport Player on any device. The Eurosport 1HD channel was added to the HD+ portfolio in 2016.
HD+ exceeded the two million subscribers landmark at the end of 2016, with a 15 percent year-on-year increase. The regular HD+ channel package comprises 23 encrypted HD channels of the largest commercial broadcasters in Germany, and is available for 70 EUR yearly. The Eurosport package is available for an additional 55 EUR yearly subscription.
“The success HD+ has enjoyed in 2016 illustrates that content in HD, and especially sports content, matters to TV viewers,” said Georges Agnes, Chief Operating Officer at HD PLUS. “This new cooperation with Discovery Networks and Eurosport is key for the positioning of HD+, as this is the first time we offer our customers exclusive content in addition to the free-to-air-portfolio. This new Pay-TV package is available to households already enjoying HD+, and is an ideal addition for Sky customers who want to be able to see all the Bundesliga games live from now on. Based on our possible technical reach of nearly 18 million households in Germany at 19.2 degrees East, we are the leading HD supplier via satellite and the ideal partner to distribute sports content to fans across the country.”
“We see it as our mission to bring as many attractive Bundesliga matches to as many screens as possible. With its extensive reach and a strong product, HD+ is the perfect partner for us. Together we can offer a 360-viewing experience, be it on the big screen or on other devices,” said Susanne Aigner-Drews, SVP & GM Discovery Networks Germany.
The specialists of the International Technical University of Munich (TUM International) will develop the Kutaisi University Complex development plan, academic and research programs together with the Georgian side. Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia - Teimuraz Murgulia and Managing Director of International Technical University of Munich - Daniel Gottschald signed the relevant document today.
According to the agreement, the TUM International Quality Management Standards will be applied in development of Kutaisi University study and research programs as well as in the process of selection of management, scientific and administrative staff. The joint organizational group will cooperate at all stages of development of Kutaisi University and the German specialists will provide consultations to Georgian architects in the process of design works of the University infrastructures.
The agreement also envisages establishment of the Innovation Center, Clusters Hub and Applied Research Centre in Kutaisi University and seeking of potential business partners. The concept will be developed jointly for transfer of knowledge and development of the innovation centers, which will facilitate the Kutaisi University to become the center of knowledge and innovation in the region.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM), founded in 19th century, has 12 faculties, including engineering, natural sciences and social sciences, agriculture, food technology and medical. The University pays special attention to the field of innovation and technology. Annually, more than 1000 agreements are signed with the leading technology companies. The University students have founded more than 800 “Startup Companies”. The Technical University of Munich has 40 000 students and 10 000 employees. The University professors and teachers have received 13 Nobel Prizes in physics, chemistry and medicine.
Today, within an official visit to Germany, the Minister Defence of Georgia Levan Izoria met his German counterpart Ursula von der Leyen and discussed the aspects of bilateral cooperation in the field of defence.
After the introduction to the transformation process in the Ministry of Defence of Georgia, German minister gave a promise of support to the ongoing military reforms. In his address, Levan Izoria emphasized Georgia’s commitment to its obligations to NATO and reaffirmed the participation of Georgian peacekeeping forces in the Resolute Support Mission (RSM) in Afghanistan.
The meeting involved discussions on Georgia-NATO relations. Levan Izoria expressed gratitude to Germany for its contribution in the implementation of Substantial NATO-Georgia Package (SNGP) and underlined its initiatives – Defence Institutional Building School (DIB) and Joint Train and Evaluation Center (JTEC) as the examples of successful cooperation. Minister also noted the declaration of the year 2017 as Georgia-Germany Year, which involves number of important events aimed to strengthen the ties between Georgian and German people.
Later, Levan Izoria held meeting with the Under-Secretary for Foreign and Security Policy Christoph Heusgen at German Chancellery and discussed the dynamics of Georgian-German cooperation.
Within the visit to Germany, the members of Georgian delegation visited Magdeburg Combat Readiness Center, where they attended pre-deployment training exercise demonstration by Georgian servicemen, who are preparing for participation in the Resolute Support Mission (RSM) in Afghanistan.
The Deputy Chair of the Foreign Relations Committee, Dimitri Tskitishvili participated in the working meeting of the Progressive AllianceFriday, 02 December 2016 13:55
Berlin hosted the working meeting of the Progressive Alliance “Way – Direct”with participation of the Deputy Chair of the Foreign Relations Committee, Dimitri Tskitishvili taking active part in activity of the PA since establishment.The Social-Democratic and Progressive Parties of the world gather in Berlin in the Head Office of the Social-Democratic Party of Germany to consider the challenges from the left wing perspective and find solution ways.
The parties discussed enhancement of regional cooperation and further development of the organization. “Progressive Alliance” is the unity of the Socialist, Social-Democratic and other progressive parties and organizations established 4 years ago in Leipzig.
The initiators are Social-Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) and the Head of the Party, Sigmar Gabriel.
The PA is composed of the Democratic Party of Italy, Socialist Party of France, Social-Democratic Party of Sweden, Socialist Party of Europe etc. The main idea of establishment of PA is creation of international platform for the world progressive parties to enhance cooperation.
More than 20 Million TV-households in Germany and Austria are able to View Sky Sport News in both high and standard definition
LUXEMBOURG, 1 December 2016 - SES S.A. (Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG) announced today that MX1, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SES, will assist pay TV provider Sky in taking its first steps into free-to-air TV in Germany and Austria, by introducing Sky Sport News to audiences in these two markets.
On 1 December, the 24-hour high definition (HD) sport news channel “Sky Sport News HD” will be free-to-air via satellite. In addition, Sky has contracted additional SES satellite capacity to also broadcast the channel in standard definition (SD). This provides Sky with access to more than 20 million households in Germany and Austria through ASTRA satellites.
Global media services provider MX1 delivers the technical services, including uplink, signal encoding, and the transmission via ASTRA 19.2° East.
“We are pleased to seal the deal with Sky. The free reception of Sky Sport News in HD as well as in SD is – considering the current state of German households – a groundbreaking decision, as SDstandard TV is still of great importance in Germany,” said Christoph Muehleib, Vice President Sales and Marketing SES and responsible for the marketing of MX1 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. “By activating both signals, we have the opportunity to reach every household in Germany and Austria which receives their TV signal via satellite.”
Stefan Kunz, Vice President Broadcast Services at Sky Germany, stated “Starting December, Sky Sport News HD, the very first and the only 24-hour sport news channel on German TV, will reach even more viewers via satellite, cable and IPTV. Launching its first free TV channel is an important step for Sky Germany, which we want to achieve with our long time service provider for satellite distribution, MX1.”
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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the recent German White Paper on Security Policy and the Future of the Bundeswehr – including the German government’s commitment to participate even more in shaping international security – in an address to Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and Christian Social Union (CSU) parliamentarians in the Bundestag on Friday (2 September 2016). He outlined how NATO is responding to challenges from the east and the south of the Alliance, stressing the importance of closer cooperation between NATO and the European Union.
Earlier on Friday, the Secretary General discussed NATO’s response to current security challenges with Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen. They agreed on the importance of NATO’s efforts to help cut the lines of human trafficking in the Aegean Sea, and reviewed the Alliance’s capacity-building work with southern partners – focusing on Iraq, where NATO will soon begin military training. They further welcomed that NATO AWACS surveillance planes will soon provide information to the Global Coalition to counter ISIL. Mr Stoltenberg thanked Minister von der Leyen for Germany’s many contributions to the Alliance, in particular for leading one of four battalions that NATO will soon rotate through the Baltic States and Poland.
The Secretary General also held talks with Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier which focused on arms control initiatives and the Alliance’s relationship with Russia. The two leaders reaffirmed the Alliance’s dual-track approach of pursuing defence and dialogue, and Mr Stoltenberg welcomed Minister Steinmeier’s recent proposal to engage Russia in renewed talks on modernising the conventional arms control regime in Europe.
The Foreign Minister of Georgia Mikheil Janelidze will take part in the non-formal Ministerial of OSCE. It will hold tomorrow, in the city of Potsdam.
According to the Foreign Ministry, the non-formal Ministerial is hosted by the Foreign Minister of Germany. As it is reported, participant countries and their foreign ministers will discuss security and cooperation issues. Mikheil Janelidze will also hold bilateral meetings.
“Germany has clearly reiterated its support for granting Georgia visa-free travel soon” - the Georgian Foreign Minister, Mikheil Janelidze said at a joint press conference following his meeting with his German counterpart, Federal Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
“We spoke about the Association Agreement and a very important prospect facing Georgia – I mean visa liberalization. As far as you know relevant procedures are now ongoing at the European Parliament and we hope this process will soon have a successful outcome and both the European Parliament and the EU Council will support granting Georgia visa-free travel with the EU” – Mikheil Janelidze said.
According to the Georgian Foreign Minister, the Government of Georgia, with the support of the Georgian people, has carried out many reforms and has made many steps to rise to the challenge of visa liberalisation and qualify as a reliable partner for the EU. “When we make efforts to fulfil commitments we need that our efforts are duly rewarded”.
The Federal Foreign Minister of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier paid a working visit to Georgia on 1 July 2016. The Federal Foreign Minister of Germany will also take part in the opening ceremony of the 25th annual session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.
In a tense tournament overshadowed by violent clashes between fans, the threat of terrorism and striking French rail-workers, defending world champion Germany delivered a dose of predictability on the field at Euro 2016 on Sunday evening: a solid victory over Ukraine.
Die Mannschaft has reached at least the semifinals of every major tournament since the 2006 World Cup.
Though the business end of the tournament is still weeks away, Germany took a confident first step. The side dominated from the outset with more than 60% of possession, quick passing and more than twice as many shots as its opponent on its way to a 2-0 victory, the largest so far at these European Championships. A disciplined Ukrainian defensive bloc frustrated the Germans at times, but they never lost control.
“A machine is a machine,” Ukraine head coach Mykhaylo Fomenko said after the game.
Winners of the World Cup in Brazil two years ago, Germany is under pressure for a repeat performance at Euro 2016, a tournament it has won three times—although not since 1996. The build-up to the competition was far from reassuring with Germany losing three of its five exhibition matches, including one to Slovakia, the world’s 24th-ranked team.