Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Munich as a leading authority on technology (including predictive analytics and business intelligence) and global business trends (including demographic stagnation in Europe). 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 Internationales Congress Center München on Messegelände, the Sofitel Munich Bayerpost on Bayerstraße, the Sheraton Munich Arabellapark Hotel on Arabellastraße or some other convention space in Munich, 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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Munich has many conference facilities, including:
- ICM on Messegelande
- RAMADA Hotel & Conference Center München Messe on Konrad-Zuse-Platz 14
- The Westin Grand München on Arabellastrasse 6
- Hilton Munich Park on Am Tucherpark 7
- Sheraton Munchen Westpark Hotel on Garmischer Street
- Other meeting spaces in Furstenfeldbruck, Germering and Dachau
General Information about Munich, Germany, for Meeting Planners
“Cosmopolitan city with a heart” as described by its inhabitants, Munich is the third largest city in Germany and the capital city of Bavaria State. It is a modern city well-located near the Isar River which flows along the three German cities Tyrol, Austria and Bavaria. It has a population of 1.42 million and is a economic and financial hub of the country. Several large companies have large offices in Munich, including Arri, MTU Aero Engines and Microsoft. International events such as the 23rd International Trade Fair and Analytica Conference take place in Munich. Conference Center Munich and Haus der Bayerischen Wirtschaft Conference Center are conference centers based in Munich which offer meeting facilities for business travelers. Here is Patrick’s economic forecast for Germany.
2014 Business Conventions in Munich, Germany
Munich will be home to dozens of conventions in 2014. Investment Strategies For Insurance Companies And Other Institutional Investors, hosted by Euroforum Deuschland SE will be held in July at Sofitel Munich Bayerpost, Bayerstrasse. Finance and Economics Conference, hosted by Lupcon Center for Business Research will be held in August at a venue yet to be announced. Digital Europe will host European Conference on the Future of Internet Germany, in September at a venue yet to be announced. Innovation in Technology, hosted by Management Circle AG will be held in November at a venue yet to be announced, Munich.
2013 Business Conferences in Munich, Germany
2013 will bring us numerous conferences. Some of these meetings are taking place in Munich including the “Implementing Sustainability – Barriers and Chances” hosted by the Technische Universitat Munchen and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology taking place in April at Bavarian Academy of Science and Humanities. Also, the 6th International Conference on Communities and Technologies hosted by Technische Universität München will be held in June at Kolpinghaus München. On the other hand, EARLI Conference 2013: 15th Biennial EARLI Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction “Responsible Teaching and Sustainable Learning” by TUM School of Education will be held in August at the main campus of the Technische Universität München, whereas the ESEH 2013: Biennial Conference “Circulating Natures: Water-Food-Energy” will be held in August at Ludwig-Maxilillians Universitat Munchen.
Munich Food Choices for Convention Attendees
A number of popular local restaurants in Munich are worth visiting while attending a business convention in the city. One such favorite is Bergwolf (Phone: 089-2325-9858) at Fraunhoferstrasse 17 in Glockenbachviertel and it is perhaps best known for its currywurst, a spicy sausage in curried ketchup and paired with steamy fries. Aside from coffee, Dallmayr (Phone: 089-213-50) at Dienerstrasse 14 in Altstadt is famous for its selection of caviar, truffles, wine and anything gourmet. Cohen’s (Phone: 089-280-9545) at Theresienstrasse 31 in Schwabin serves German and Eastern European dishes such as veal dumplings in cape sauce, lamb goulash and stuffed fish. Bratwurstherzl (Phone: 089 295 113) at Dreifaltigkeitsplatz 1 in Altstadt is reminiscent of an Old Munich eatery serving homemade sausages grilled on an open beechwood fire, and beer straight from a wooden keg.
Munich Attractions for Conference Delegates
After the conference is over, visit some of Munich’s famous attractions including the Nymphenburg Palace, St. Peter’s Church, the Olympia Park and the Old Pinakothek. Experience the exquisite architecture of the Nyphemburg Palace, displaying the luxurious works of Italian artists for Electress Henriette-Adelaide in the 17th century. Enjoy the breathtaking architecture of St. Peter’s Church in Munich with the Alps on one side and the Olympic tower on the other. Olympia Park was build in 1971 for the Summer Olympics in 1972, and it offers beautiful landscaping and panoramic views. And for those seeking adventure, Munich also offers bungee jumping and other extreme sports.