FRM People: The Princess and her Magic Forest

Princess Stephanie zu Löwenstein is the biggest forest owner in FrankfurtRheinMain and is actively involved in climate protection. She has recently made a new discovery. Anyone who sets off on a walk through the forest with Princess Stephanie Löwenstein is in for a crash course on environmental and climate protection. Knowledgeable down to the last... Continue Reading →

FRM Events Q4: The key dates in the region

There are several events on the agenda in autumn that can help you get to know the region better. One absolute must and three events you’ll certainly enjoy. Frankfurt Book Fair, 16 to 20 October, 2019 In mid-October Frankfurt will once again become the global capital of intellectual property. That at least is the ambition... Continue Reading →

Quarterly: FrankfurtRheinMain in the media

Media influences public views. How national and international newspapers, magazines and Internet platforms see current developments in the FrankfurtRheinMain region. “Das Geschäft mit Geschäftsreisen” (The Business of Business Trips) “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung” on Neu-Isenburg  based credit card provider AirPlus, which is competing with American Express. “Arbeitsplatz mit Flugtaxi” (Workplace with Air Taxi) “Frankfurter Rundschau” on... Continue Reading →

From FRM into the world

FrankfurtRheinMain is home to a diverse mix of industrial sectors and companies from all over the world. The region located in the heart of Europe is well-balanced and already offers specific infrastructure for various industries. 47 million consumers can be reached within a 200 km radius of Frankfurt – more than from any other comparable... 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 →

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 →

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