The Bavarian city of Munich which is located in Southern Germany is perhaps
most well known for its annual two week long beer garden festival called Oktoberfest
which attracts hordes of visitors to its shores at the end of September every year.
However apart from being the host city of Oktoberfest, Munich which is the capital
of the German state of Bavaria is also renowned as a leading economic and commercial
epicenter in Germany which is home to many diverse industries like automobile manufacturing,
insurances services, electronics, publishing and information technology.
Some of the most famous German companies like automotive giants BMW, MAN AG and
Audi,(which has its headquarters in Ingolstadt, located 100km to the north of Munich)
electronics major Siemens AG, insurance giants Munich Re and Allianz and the aerospace
company EADS all have their headquarters located in or around Munich which is home
to one of the strongest and most vibrant economies in Germany. Additionally Munich
is also home to thriving German publishing industry which is the largest in Europe
and the second largest in the world after New York City. Approximately 250 publishing
companies are based in Munich and include companies like Hubert Burda Media which
is a publishing house that publishes nearly 250 worldwide with almost 70 titles
for its own market in Germany and Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag(dtv) which is the
leading German publisher for paper backs. Munich is also home to Süddeutsche Zeitung
which is one of the most popular daily newspapers in Germany. Munichalso figures
prominently in the world of German TV and cinema for it is hosts ARD which is the
largest public broadcasting network in Munich while its suburb of Grünwald is home
to the famous European film production house, Bavaria Film Studios.
healthy economic environment that prevails in Munich which has one of the lowest
unemployment rates in all of Germany has also prompted several international companies
like Microsoft, IBM, Macdonalds, Amazon, Google, Yahoo, Cisco, O2, PeopleSoft, Red
Hat, and Sony Ericsson along with several others to base their European or German
headquarters in Munich. The presence of all these international companies in Munich
has firmly entrenched the city on the business traveler’s map. Moreover Munich like
its counterpart Frankfurt is also a city of trade fairs which are largely organized
by its premier trade fair company, Messe München International which organizes and
holds year round events at its main trade fair and exhibition centers like New Munich
Trade Fair Center, The M,O,C, which is a special exhibition center for small to
medium-sized events and the International Congress Center Munich which – is one
of the most modern and successful congress centers in the world.
this hectic economic activity has necessitated the development of a major transport
center in Munich and the city today is home to Germany’s second largest airport,
the highly efficient and extremely well regarded Franz Josef Strauss International
Airport which is also used as a hub by the Germany’s own legacy carrier, Lufthansa.
Munich’s airport is located at a distance of 19 miles north east of the city center
but it is well connected by taxis, commuter trains and the Lufthansa Airport Bus
to the center of the city. During major trade shows shuttle buses conveniently transport
business travelers directly from the airport to the fairgrounds.
Aside from its world famous airport, the city of Munich is also well served by an
extensive public transport system which is made up of the Munich U-Bahn (underground
system), The Munich S-Bahn( suburban trains), trams and buses. The city also has
a communal bike sharing system which is being instituted as a green initiative in
many cities around the world and it is accordingly equipped with well designated
bike lanes to aid this effort.
cater to the accommodation needs of the numerous business travelers who arrive at its airport every year,
Munich is well equipped with several hotels which are especially favored by the
international business community like the Mandarin Oriental Munich which is centrally
located near the Maximilianstrasse, one of the main shopping streets in Munich which
is peppered with designer boutiques and many restaurants, also located on the Maximilianstrasse
is the Kempinski Vier Jahreszeiten hotel which offers the ambience of old world
European grandeur. Other popular corporate hotels in Munich include modern hotel
properties like Le Méridien and the Dorint Sofitel Bayerpost München both of which
are located on Bayerstrasse which is another main thoroughfare located in the heart
Munich close to its main railway station, Munich Hauptbahnhof.
picturesque city which is littered with grand 19th century buildings and much baroque
architecture also has much to offer in the form of after-hour entertainment for
the business traveler as Munich is home to many fabulous museums like the Bayerisches
Nationalmuseum and the extremely popular BMW-Museum Zeithorizont, chic restaurants
and boutiques as well a grand Opera House(the Bavaria State Opera House) and three
major resident symphony orchestras namely the Münchner Philharmoniker, the Bavarian
Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Bavarian State Orchestra all of which are housed
in city’s Gasteig Culture Center.
If your business frequently happens to take you to the beautiful city of Munich,
you may want to consider availing of the highly efficient and cost effective services
of the New York based travel management company, Fare Buzz. Fare Buzz, offers affordable
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trade fair city of Munich whenever the need arises.
So if you have made plans to exhibit at one of the many Munich year round trade
fairs or if you or members of your team are required to pay a visit to the European
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