The top dates in the region!

Business, culture, street festivals: FrankfurtRhineMain has a lot to offer. We show you where you can best get to know the region and the special events it offers, and what you must most certainly not miss. Rheingau Music Festival, 23 June – 1 Sept. 2018 Classical music in the vineyards: The Rheingau Music Festival with... Continue Reading →

What impact will Brexit have on FRM?

The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union forces financial institutes to move if they wish to continue conducting financial transactions in the EU. How do things currently stand? To date, four of the five major American investment banks have decided to relocate business to Frankfurt. Four of the five large Japanese banks have likewise... Continue Reading →

Award-winning cuisine and Riesling

The Rheingau region, 20 minutes away from Frankfurt Airport, is world renowned for its excellent Riesling wines. Burg Schwarzenstein in Geisenheim can now also boast the fitting culinary counterpart: Nils Henkel’s two-starred cuisine. A visit to the vineyards. The route leads through the wide Rhein Valley up into the steep vineyards of the Rheingau. Burg... Continue Reading →

FrankfurtRheinMain in the media

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. “Forever underestimated” ... Continue Reading →

International Baccalaureate Program

What is IB? When talking about international schools a term appearing very often related to that is “IB” – what exactly this means and which schools in the FrankfurtRheinMain offer the IB program will be explained in the following: The IB program The International Baccalaureate or IB is a special educational program designed for students... Continue Reading →

Welcome to FrankfurtRheinMain! If you are looking for an accommodation or need information about the housing market – this section will give you the important answers. What you need to know about the German housing market A helpful tool to compare current leases is a table called the Mietspiegel. It is published for each city... Continue Reading →

Germany has a complex, multilayered tax system that reliably governs the tax burden for companies and is characterized by a high level of legal security. The overall tax burden in Germany is an average of 29.8 percent lower than that of France, Spain, Italy or the United Kingdom. Companies are taxed in Germany as follows: Corporations... Continue Reading →

Looking for a school in FrankfurtRheinMain One challenge of families moving to Germany is finding a school that suits best the children’s needs. Therefore, they have the choice between the German public school system and private alternatives. Public schools vs. International schools Initially need to be said that the German education system is very different... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑