Newspapers, magazines, radio, TV and not least the Internet: The media shape public images. How the national and international media see current developments in the FrankfurtRheinMain region:
“Location marketing: FrankfurtRheinMain heading for the stars”
“Wiesbadener Kurier” presents Karina Tjugen-Luper. A native of Norway, she has been representing FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH in London since January.
“Welt am Sonntag” portrays Frankfurt/Main and cites ten good reasons for living there.
“John D. Gatto represents FrankfurtRheinMain and Hessen in the US”
“Public Marketing” covers the opening of the USA representative office jointly run by FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH and the State of Hessen. It will be managed by lawyer John D. Gatto.
“World class. Where many feel at home”
“Frankfurter Neue Presse” reports on the current Mercer study on quality of life – in which Frankfurt places no. 7 in the international league tables.
“For Bankers Transplanted by Brexit, a Guide to Living in Frankfurt”
“Bloomberg” casts a glance behind the scenes in Frankfurt and provides many an inside tip.
“Frankfurt woos London bankers”
“The Economist” reports on how Frankfurt is wooing London bankers and reveals some of the advantages of the metropolis on the Main.
“The Boomtown on the Main is resilient to all criticism”
“Die Welt” describes how the “former battlefield of Modernism” morphed into a boomtown.
“Capital city of data”
“Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung” describes the world of computer centres that throng the world’s largest Internet hub: the DE-CIX in Frankfurt/Main.