Workshop: ‘What makes a city attractive?’
|Datum:||20 februari 2019|
Do you want to give your opinion about what makes a workplace attractive? Then you are the person who wants to join his workshop! The city Bremen likes to discuss the question ‘what makes a city attractive?’ with young potentials. This workshop will be given on the 28th of February in the Groninger Museum. Lunch and a free tour is included. There is space for 12 students, it doesn’t matter which nationality or education you have. More information can be found below.
We hope to see you there!
Join us on an expedition to your future – in an exhibition
Exciting workshop for free What does Your Future hold?
The world is changing rapidly and companies are looking for new employee profiles. People with digital competencies and so-called transformation managers are only some of them. To attract young employees companies are willing to adapt their old ways more than ever. Digital natives like yourself, will change the workplace for good. But how?
As soon-to-be young professionals you are in the position to choose where to work around the globe. What are the factors that matter to you? What do you want for your life? How important is the location for your choice where to work?
Join us for an exciting workshop and some steps into the vision for your future in the Groninger Museum.
As a thank you for your participation you are invited on a free guided tour through the museum and will be welcomed with drinks, coffee and a lunch as well as snacks.
The workshop is organized by bremeninvest, the department for economic development in Bremen, Germany in cooperation with the Gemeente Groningen as both cities work together closely. This workshop is part of a process that you can check out on www.fachkraefte-fuer-bremen.de. The results will help to develop a strategy for communication and marketing.
Please register here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration deadline: Tuesday, 26th February 2019
Do not hesitate to contact Nadja Niestädt (T. +494219600360) or Dr Dörte Mierau (T. +31 625193925) if you have any further questions
28-2-2019 13:00 - 28-2-2019 18:00
Groninger Museum, Museumeiland 1, Postbus 90, 9700 ME Groningen