Germany is one of the most industrialized countries in Europe thanks to its highly educated population and resilient economy. What’s more important, Berlin’s business landscape is still very far from being a saturated market. It offers a safe investment environment that sparks creativity and offers uncountable opportunities. As a vital trading partner for many countries – Berlin is a choice for anyone wanting to expand their business. Learn more about the benefits of this entrepreneurial town for your own company! The fastest growing startup ecosystem in the world According to the startupblink, Berlin’s diverse startup scene involves over 2,000 newly founded companies, with a new startup being launched every 20 minutes. According to McKinsey, Berlin has jumped into the top 10 global hot-spots for startups, and this business ecosystem is expected to create more than 100,000 new jobs by 2020. McKinsey’s forecast also states that Berlin will become Europe’s…
With Easter on the horizon, many of us are looking forward to celebrate the traditions that have been perfomed in our home countries since centuries. Although we no longer believe in the Easter Bunny, the celebrations bring back the sweet memories of home and childhood. Over the years, we often leave our homelands and relocate to another country, but we still like to cherish the traditions from home with families and friends. We often find the foreign Easter traditions a little amusing, but Easter is all about joy and happiness after all. Take a look at our infographics displaying the most interesting and surprising Easter traditions around the world.
Some say, with Australia you get it all: the continent, the country, the island. It’s the land of kangaroos and crocodiles, hippies and surfers, cricket and Vegemite, Aborigines and Kylie Minogue. But for most Europeans it’s simply the “Unknown Southern Land”. To be fair, it’s really far away and the jet lag kills you but it’s all worth it! Read our travel journal along the East Coast, written by a VISIONAPARTMENTS employee.
In a few days the Olympic Games in Rio will start. For best possible preparations the track cycling team of New Zealand came to Zurich for an intensive training camp. While they were cycling on the open-air track in Oerlikon they stayed at VISIONAPARTMENTS. We’ve met two of the athletes, Sam Webster and Natasha Hansen, for an interview. Read about how they’ve experienced the city, what they say about traveling and what they are seeking in Rio.
Nadia Damaso is a Swiss food blogger, cook book author and lifestyle influencer. Her first cook book “Eat Better Not Less” was a huge success and is the Nr.1 bestselling book in Switzerland. What her second book will be about, what she could never resist and how you can take a perfect food picture – read the exclusive interview with Nadia.