Posts Tagged ‘Munich’

Disruptive Technologies and the Effects on Local Marketing

  In 2017 the International Business Council Munich (IBCM) was launched, a business networking forum that brings together members of 16 international business organizations active in the Munich area. The IBCM’s mission: “To combine the strengths of the participating IBCM groups in joining for business events of mutual interest and in addressing topics of common interest.  An umbrella organization, the IBCM provides an organizational interface, supports the sharing of ideas, facilitates making new business contacts, and stimulates learning.” We are holding our IBCM Kick-Off Event at the Marriott Hotel on Tuesday, 13th March. The event will feature Keynote Speaker Dr. Wolfgang Hübschle, Executive Director, Invest in Bavaria. After Wolfgang’s address, each IBCM organization will provide a 2-minute elevator speech on its group’s key features and upcoming events, followed by a brief Q&A session. Afterwards we will enjoy a buffet dinner with networking in the foyer. In parallel members of each organization will be available in Salon C/D for informal discussions on their respective groups. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Wolfgang Hübschle, Executive Director, Invest in Bavaria – “Disruptive Technologies and the Effects on Local Marketing” When:   Tuesday, 13th March 2018 Time:   Registration starts 1830; meeting at 1900, buffet dinner around 2030 with networking running until around 2230. Where: Marriott Hotel, Berlinerstrasse 93, 80805 Munich – mezzanine floor above the lobby – Salon C/D. Cost:     EUR 30.00 members and guests welcome (incl. Buffet Dinner and one drink). Please bring cash to pay at registration.     wolfgang Hübschle Sign-Up:  By Friday 9th March at the events tab on the AGBC Munich Community Platform at  Alternatively one can also sign up at the events tab at Registration: Please identify your Business Group affiliation in the booking comment field of the registration form. Special note: Given this highly interesting forum and limited seating (130 places), please be sure to sign up ASAP. The currently participating 16 IBCM organizations are:   Anglo Bavarian Club (ABC) American-German Business Club Munich (AGBC) Chinaforum Bayern e.V. Deutsch-Französischer Wirtschaftsclub in Bayern / Le Club Deutsch-Japanische Gesellschaft (DJG) in Bayern e.V. Deutsch-Japanischer Wirtschaftskreis e.V. (DJW) Deutsch-Kanadische Gesellschaft e.V. (DKG) Deutsch-Niederländisches Geschäftsforum e.V. (DNG) German American Business Association (GABA-California) - Munich Chapter German Australian Business Council e.V. (GABC) German-Indian Roundtable (GIRT) German Malaysian Round Table (GMRT) Irish Business Network (IBN) Münchner Kreis (MK) Österreichisch-Bayerische Gesellschaft e.V./Austrian-Bavarian Club (ÖBG) Professional Women's Network (PWN) With our broad based international forum, we provide a wealth of great business contacts and knowledge to nurture your business interests and expand your career prospects. Please do catch us if you can.

Mission International business council Munich:

To combine the strengths of the participating IBCM groups in joining for business events of mutual interest and in addressing topics of common interest. An umbrella organization, the IBCM provides an organizational interface, supports the sharing of ideas, facilitates making new business contacts, and stimulates learning.

AI, Machine Learning: Brave New World or End of Humanity

AI_head   Topic of the evening: AI, Machine Learning: Brave New World or End of Humanity Date and Time: Thursday, 26th of April 2018; 18:30-21:30 Format: Discussion  We are happy to announce the upcoming event on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. A top-class panel of experts in this field will discuss the future of Artificial Intelligence, the benefits it might bring, and what ought to concern us. You are invited to engage with our panellists and to participate with comments, questions and ideas. We anticipate a lively, interesting and enjoyable conversation accompanied by soft drinks, beer and wine. Please confirm your attendance by the 31st March 2018, Either by email or +4915157101013 Additional info: Venue: Google, Erika-Mann-Straße 33, 80636 München Room: Isar Valley @ Google Munich Google maps URL:''/google+munich/data=!4m5!4m4!1m0!1m2!1m1!1s0x479e758b6989ce1b:0xdd1b393a488b0ebf?sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjIs9jArYfZAhWRFuwKHXF5AfIQ9RcIlwEwDw Transport: Google Munich is a seven-minute walk away from either the S-Bahn Station Hackerbrücke or the S-Bahn Station Donnersberger Brücke. The nearest Tram-Station is Marsstraße (Tram 16/17), with a five-minute walk to the office building. Arrival by Car (not recommended): Please note, there is NO car parking near the office! There is a public car park at the ZOB, close to Hackerbrücke as well as another car park underneath the Donnersberger Brücke, both a seven minute walk away from the office building.   Google data_insights ind_exp IBN

1916 : Oxford Historian discusses an Irish rising that brought independence from Britain

Professor Roy Foster from Oxford is speaking on the Irish Exit from the British Empire, in particular the event of the Easter rising 1916. This is where the proclamation of independence declaring Ireland a republic was first read, significantly in the central post office in Dublin. It is told that Gandhi carried the Irish principles of independence around with him until his death which inspired him in fulfilling his mission in India.   The significance of this event is very relevant to our lives today.   Those interested in history, politics, humanitarian issues are welcome to take the chance to ask questions and get responses from Professor Roy Foster on how history is written and remembered.   Concept of Nation & EU Brexit Reunification in Germany Equal rights   The venue is the Schlachthof on Zenettistrasse, this Friday evening, June 10th in the Schlachthof   Tickets are €25 and can be purchased on   We request your help to bring awareness to your connections, friends and interested network, community service, friends and family as having them attend would be enriching.   The initiator and organizer of the event is Cillian Ó Donnabháin, Examiner at the European Patent Office and we would be honored to have you join in the discussion.

Riverdance Members Seek Your Support in Kickstarter Campaign

0e7240ad94e771e966749643d2a1c881_originalAfter several very successful appearances at the St. Patrick's Day Festival in Munich and events around Germany, former Riverdance stars Paula Goulding and Shane McAvinchey are seeking support to bring their show 'Journey To Ireland' to Internationale Kulturboerse, the international culture trade show taking place in Freiburg this January. 'Journey to Ireland' is an atmospheric and intimate show which takes visitors on an exciting journey through the Irish dance and music culture of the last centuries. The audience is transported to a 19th-century Irish home where a session is taking place, then carried through time to a modern sophisticated Ireland. Full of soulful ballads, slow melodies, cheerful songs and dance tunes that will captivate audiences.

Support Irish Culture on an International Stage

The producers are aiming to raise €4,765 by January 7th 2016 via their Kickstarter campaign. We're sure all support is greatly appreciated, large or small. Find out more about the show and the rewards for supporters here.

IBN Interview Dr Susan Walsh of Globe College

IBN Germany President David Dempsey discusses entrepreneurship, education, the German Mittelstand and Octoberfest with Dr Susan Walsh Dean of Globe College Munich.