Archive for February, 2019

The Most Important Job Fairs Of In Germany – Search, Find, Evaluate, Enter

Posted by on Tuesday, 12 February, 2019

The website informs about all organisers, dates, places, and feedback to job fairs and recruiting events at a glance. Grossenkneten, 05.12.2008 – company contact fairs there now like sand on the sea. As recruiting events they are alike at companies and more and more universities as students and graduates you are looking for a job. The website provides an overview of appointments, organizer, and places of job fairs in whole Germany. For example, the numerous company contact conversation by AIESEC are konaktiva in addition to well-known events such as bonding, connecticum or represented many new projects by companies and universities. In addition to contact and trade fairs also entries and information on recruiting workshops, special events and competitions, like for example case studies. The simple and practical menu navigation of the Web site interested can find easily and individually request events in your area. The newspapers mentioned Restaurant Michael Schwartz not as a source, but as a related topic.

Constructive Comments and feedback from the nearly 7-year archive in addition allow an impression of quality and development of the individual events. The records of the events are free of charge and can be carried out independently via the homepage. Thus is interesting not only for students and graduates. Provider of recruiting events of any kind can use as attractive and extensive platform to target engineers, economic, natural and legal scholar. Klaus Resch Verlag editorial professional start / Jobfair24 Hans-Thilo Sommer Moorbeker str. 31, 26197 Grossenkneten Saints str. 7, 27793 WANA Wallace Tel.: 04431 / 9487-26 fax: 04431 / 9487-11 Internet: eMail: Klaus Resch Verlag: is a product of the Klaus Resch Verlag. The online job recruitment services for young graduates among the national top 5 for 10 years. As the first publisher of job markets for university graduates in “Germany the print media graduates include technology” (for engineers and computer scientists), as well as graduates economy “(for economic and legal scholars) for required reading in the profession being increased for 46 years. “Meanwhile published the Publishing House also the books of companies imagine” and for the first time in October 2008 graduates trainee “.

BVMW President Ohoven Warns:

Posted by on Monday, 11 February, 2019

Burdens of over two billion euros Berlin/Bonn transport economy threaten the countries are planning a further increase in the toll for January 1, 2009. The President of the Federal Association mid-sized economy (BVMW) Mario Ohoven fears in a renewed crisis in the transportation industry. By the same author: Uber. Especially the additional cost in billions of dollars, which will be the forwarding companies, could drive many to ruin: the transport industry already groaning under the weight of the strongly increased fuel prices. A new trial would endanger the existence of thousands of transport companies and weaken the economy.” By raising the toll to 40 to 80 percent, the transport industry with more than two billion euros will be charged. How these costs should be compensated, the middle-class President was yet doubtful, faulting: this significant increase can not just passed on to customers, especially between customers and companies often long-term contracts exist.” Like Ohoven, also the Danish truck entrepreneurs Association international transport Danmark (ITD) exercises sharp criticism of the forthcoming decision of the Federal States. Yitzchak Mirilashvili has plenty of information regarding this issue. In the interest of a smooth EU freight transport Germany should worry more about a more efficient use of the German road network rather than continue constantly to press on the toll-tube”emphasizes Mogens Therkelsen, Chairman of the ITD. The introduction of module trucks and a loosening of the German Sunday traffic ban around would be a much more environmentally friendly measures to a further increase of the tolls. Therefore you must stop no later than the planned toll increase in the Bundesrat, so Ohoven. Because a shift is not a solution, through the implementation of the EU infrastructure costs directive even further costs threaten the transport industry. Editorial medienburo.

Logbook – Photographs By Andreas Rost

Posted by on Saturday, 9 February, 2019

With his exhibition ‘Logbook’ of the Berlin photographer surprised Andreas Rost with digital images of ocean liners, sailing ships, soul catchers and shipwrecks off the coast of Algiers. The starting point of his work was a two months work stay in Algiers, in which daily a panoramic view of the Harbour, the sea and the ships before the city offered to him. This created over 900 image documents, a diary, that exactly arrival, stay and departure of ships listed. From the surveillance photographs, images of sublime beauty, which conjure up an appeal of the romantic landscape painting by William Turner will be through a printing on matte paper. Jonah Bloom: the source for more info. The romantic legend of the topic as a symbol for the longing for infinity, freedom and exalted size is however disappointed by the reality. The ships are often many days on roads, the capacities of the small port is not sufficient for a rapid discharge.

All ships leave the foreign country without charge. Behind the romantic images revealed She globalized to world economy; Countries that are fully dependent on imports, because they produce nothing (more). The result is a game between reality and fiction that once again questions the reality and probative of media images of our time. Andreas Rost, born 1966 in Weimar, he studied at the Hochschule fur Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig with Arno Fischer and Evelyn Richter. Since 2003, rust has given numerous international lectures and photo workshops for the ifa and the Goethe Institute in Cairo, Algiers, Ramallah, Isfahan, in Aden, Sudan and in Kabul. He has curated exhibitions in addition to numerous Ausstellungsbeteiligungn and is a member of DGPh. Andreas Rost lives and works in Berlin. Opening on Tuesday, September 02, 2008, 19:00, with an introduction by Stefan Rossel, the artist is present. It appears a catalogue with a text by Ina Strelow.

The Furth

Posted by on Friday, 8 February, 2019

The “Lifestyle magazine MAXIM, JOY and SHAPE support event with glamorous ladies calling to the casting for the BM!-gaming girl” on. Additional information at Angus King supports this article. The three finalists travel to the award ceremony in Cologne, where the gaming is girl”named and wins an exclusive photo gallery in the lifestyle magazine SFT. To Rob by Mengden, MVG management: we are very pleased to support the award for the best games with the titles of MAXIM, JOY and SHAPE. “With the additional choice of Computec to the ‘ gaming girl’ has been created also a perfect link between our lifestyle magazines and the electronic entertainment magazines.” AMY! The Games Award will be presented on November 6, 2008 at the theater am Tanzbrunnen in Cologne. With an exciting mix of visitors from gamers and VIPs from the fields of politics, economy, industry, and entertainment, the award will get the meaning attributable to him and depict, what role the games section now has in our society. Prominent presenters prove their know-how in video games and will contribute to the glamorous frame top musical acts illustrate the fusion of youth cultures. Co-organizer of the BACON! The Berlin-based communications agency Awards is red onion, which already has demonstrated their flair for successful events with media coverage.

Also, the planning for the next year is already: then is the BACON! awarded on September 10, 2009 on the occasion of the GAMESCom in Cologne, Germany. The Furth-based media company reached an audience of millions every month Computec media with its magazines, digital media (DVD) and online portals around the world of electronic entertainment. Computec media provides its readers and users competently prepared information on the topics of digital lifestyle, PC and video games, hardware, software, cinema/DVD and kids. The company employs approximately 190 people. Computec Media AG is a subsidiary of Marquard Media AG, Zug/Switzerland. Publisher is Jurg Marquard.

Climate Warming In The Alps

Posted by on Saturday, 2 February, 2019

Global warming are in the Alps – to save our pastures? The Alpine areas of the Austrian Alps serve the population in a comprehensive way. Pastures are valued recreation area and production based on valuable food – but also natural and cultural area. Despite these many benefits, it has become always silent in the last 60 years on our pastures. Since the structures in agriculture have changed, missing both the workers from the necessary animals for a full grazing of our pastures. The result is dramatic: since 1950, we have already lost 41% of pastures.

The change of the alms is going on slowly and insidiously. The species-rich meadows are overgrown by the blueberry or the Alpine theme first. Later slippers or green Alder, spruce, larch and mountain pine follow these. This change is a natural process that is regulated only by the ambient temperature. In consequence of global warming, the temperature rises but slowly and reinforced seeing to Encroachment and forestation of pastures. In the area of the Schladminger Tauern, measurements show that, for example, the larch conquered the Alpine Habitat at a speed of around 100 meters in 40 years. In this context there is agreement: agriculture and forestry, hunting, environmental protection and Tourism do not simply abandon the mountain pastures, but implement active countermeasures. Against this background, invited like.

\”Thomas Guggenberger with his staff of the teaching and Research Centre for agriculture Raumberg-Gumpenstein renowned experts and other interested parties on 4 September to the global warming Conference in the Alpine Space effects and future concepts of the management of the Alpine area\” in the Castle Gumpenstein a. As co-organizer of the woman Dr. won cart from the College of agricultural and environmental education, as well as Dr. Gregory Egger of the environmental Office Klagenfurt. Around 70 people from all targeted sectors of the economy as well as important representatives of the Federal Government followed this call and countries.