Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Berlin as a leading authority on technology (including ‘big data and predictive analytics), online marketing channels (including social media) and global business trends (including stagnating demographics in Europe and Germany in particular). He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the Estrel Berlin on Sonnenallee, the Steigenberger Hotel Berlin on Los-Angeles-Platz, the InterContinental Berlin on Budapester Straße or some other convention space in Berlin, Germany, Patrick will deliver the excitement and buzz you’re looking for. As a motivational keynote speaker, his primary objective is to leave attendees inspired, energized and excited to improve their businesses.
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Berlin has many conference facilities, including:
- Estrel Berlin on Sonnenallee 225
- Holiday Inn Berlin Airport – Conference Centre on Hans-Grade-Allee 5
- bcc Berlin Congress Center GmbH on Alexanderstrare 11
- Seminaris CampusHotel Berlin on Takustrasse 39
- Hilton Berlin on Mohrenstrasse 30
- Other meeting spaces in Bernau bei Berlin, Potsdam and Hoppegarten
General Information about Berlin, Germany, for Meeting Planners
Listed on the “Monocle’s Most Livable Cities Index of 2011”, Berlin serves as the capital city of Germany, a country of 16 states. It is an alpha city situated in the Great European Plain in Europe and boasts a temperate climate much enjoyed by residents and business travelers. Berlin is an economic center of Germany and is home to large companies including Siemens, BMW Motorrad, Bayer Health Care and Deutsche Bahn. Berlin has a thriving convention industry being one of the top convention cities in the world. It offers a wide range of convention facilities including the Messe Berlin, the Internationales Congress Centrum, Berlin Exhibition Centre and Estrel Berlin, Europe’s largest convention center. The city hosts 113,000 events per year such as the IAAF World Championships in Athletics, FIVB World Tour, ÅF Golden League, and UEFA European Football Championship. Here is Patrick’s economic forecast for Germany.
2014 Business Conventions in Berlin, Germany
Numerous business conferences are being hosted in Berlin in 2014. In September, Smart Remote Services im Maschinen – und Anlagenbau, hosted by we.CONECT Global Leaders GmbH will be held at the Maritime proArte Hotel in Friedrichstrabe. Euroforum Deutschland SE will host The European Facility Management Conference, in June at the Andels Hotel in Landberger Allee. The Charite Entrepreneurship Summit, hosted by Stiftung Charite will take place in May at Humboldt Carre in Behrenstrabe. The European Facility Management Conference, hosted by Euroforum Deuschland SE will be held in June at the Andels Hotel in Landsberger Allee, Berlin.
2013 Business Conferences in Berlin, Germany
Berlin will bring us hundreds of conventions and summits next year. Some of these include the (HiPEAC 2013) 8th International Conference on High-Performance and Embedded Architectures and Compilers which will take place at Berlin’s Radisson Blu Hotel in January. Additionally, the World Trade Group is hosting the Smart Grids Summit 2013 in January at Maritim ProArte Hotel. More so, the IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (IEEE EDUCON 2013) will be held in March at the Technishce University, whereas the 8th European Annual Symposium EU Funds 2013 – Transition to the next programming period 2014-2020 hosted by the European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law will be held at Maritim Hotel Berlin in March.
Berlin Food Choices for Convention Attendees
When in Berlin for a business convention, you may wish to try some of the local specialties at Zur Letzten Instanz, Spandower Zollhaus, Schwarzwaldstuben, and Jules Verne. Since 1921, Zur Letzten Instanz (Phone: 030-242-5528) at Waisenstrasse 14-16 has been servings its customers with classic Berlin dishes. Spandower Zollhaus (Phone: 030-333-4841) at Möllentordamm 1 in Spandau is open for German comfort food including local favorites like zollhaus ente (duck) and eisben (roast pork knuckle). Schwarzwaldstuben (Phone: 030-2809-8084) uses old world decor for a cozy afternoon to indulge in the classic geschmelzte maultaschen (sautéed pasta). Jules Verne (Phone: 030-3180-9410) at Schlüterstrasse 61 offers a wide selection of dishes, from Austria’s schnitzel to North African couscous.
Berlin Attractions for Conference Delegates
Soon after attending a business conference in Berlin located in eastern Germany, take an extra day or two to visit the Pergamon Museum, the Reichstag, the Holocaust Memorial and the Brandenburg Gate. The Pergamon Museum is an ancient Greek museum which is situated on Museum Island in Berlin. The Reichstag is a pretty impressive neo renaissance construction and the house of German parliament. The Holocaust Memorial was constructed in the memory of the estimated 8 millions Jews slaughtered during World War II. It is close to Brandenburg Gate and the bunker where Hitler committed suicide. And then the Brandenburg Gate, which is the last remnant of Berlin’s medieval history, stands as an eternal symbol of the city.