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Berlin Property Jam

Property Jam Event

Property Jam Event

are you considering renting or buying property in Germany? — not to be missed

Our first of a series of Property Jam events by Irish Business Network Berlin Chapter invites you to explore the opportunities of the residential property market in Berlin. Our upcoming events will focus on the commercial property market including issues related to State law and taxation. But this first event will give a general rental market overview with insights on buying opportunities, which will include some personal stories and experiences.

DATE:             Thursday, 3rd December, 2015
Time:               19:30pm (doors open)
Location:         Jää-äär Berlin, Brunnenstraße 56 , 13355 Berlin, Germany (MAP)

Our 4 presenters will cover introductory aspects from rental to buying and development. It will be followed by questions and answers session giving you the opportunity to get all the information you need from our experienced panel with considerable knowledge of Berlin property scene.

There will be able opportunity for networking among the regular members and to be entertained by our guest musicians.

Eventbrite - Berlin Property Jam

Questions?
If you wish to join IBN Berlin Event or have questions to submit to the panel please

Contact David Mulllins at IRISH BUSINESS NETWORK BERLIN

 

IBN Berlin Get-Together, Wed 6 June

IBN Berlin would like to invite you to a get together to discuss how we might best get more regular engagement between Irish business people in the Berlin area in the framework of the IBN Germany (Irish Business Network).
 
We propose to meet:
When: Wednesday 6th June
Where: rethink GmbH, Hegelplatz 1, 10117 Berlin
Time: At 20.00
 
While the evening will be quite informal we propose to try to cover the following  agenda:
:: Introduction to the IBN and questions
:: Discussion/selection of committee
:: Discussion of aims and events for the Berlin chapter in its first year (what are members looking for/interested in?)
:: Identification of themes particularly relevant to the North East/Berlin chapter.
 
If you are available to come along you might e-mail berlin@irishbusinessnetwork.de

Your IBN Berlin Team