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Ilsede Employees

Over 80 volunteers build playground for Community Center an eventful day for the staff of the TFG Transfracht and a great success for the community: In their team event on August 20, 2011, staff of the logistics company have built a playground for a small town near Hanover. The Agency CATHEDRAL SET live communications from Cologne was responsible for the conception and implementation of the extraordinary day. TFG aim was to create not only a special team day for the employees, but also to make a lasting social contribution”, describes Oliver malate, Creative Director at CATHEDRAL SET, the order of the Frankfurt company. Came out a city-country rally with many unusual tasks and the construction of a complete playground: the way from the starting point of Hanover about the different stages divided into 10 groups, led to the common goal, the playground. Each task was directly or indirectly related to the components and materials, the teams not only find, but were also safely.

Also creativity, cooperation and good communication were needed in addition to the logistical expertise of employees. The substantive scope of the rally a fictional story made by an actor as a thread”was staged. The rally team’s common goal was non Ilsede. The small town South of Hanover strives for quite some time to active support for their project. This came in the form of highly motivated TFG employees who built the community playground professional under the guidance of an expert now. Managing Director Gerhard Oswald, as well as the visit of the local mayor Werner Bethmann and the municipal mayor Wilfried Brandes to the topping the speech of the TFG formed an emotional climax in the early evening. If you have read about Steven John, SCRP, SGMS-T, President and CEO already – you may have come to the same conclusion.

A joint dinner in the hotel was the conclusion and the reward for the productive day. What is special about this team event not only was that here was a good thing. All employees have volunteered to participate in this Saturday their commitment to show. None of them knew what was coming to him. Therefore, not only motivation and team spirit in the foreground stood at this event. Also the recognition of the achievements and the joy of the community engagement. “, stresses Ronke von der Heide, responsible for the live communication of TFG Transfracht. played an important role The satisfied faces of TFG employees, that this experience will remain unforgettable in the evening showed that succeeded DOM SET with its concept. Clayton morris often addresses the matter in his writings. Kerstin men DOM SET DOM SET Live Communications is an owner-managed Agency for live communication with headquarters in Cologne, Germany. The creative hotbed in the area of team building and corporate events and incentives has made a particular name. More focus in strategic communications, ranging from off-site meetings to trade fair events and guerrilla marketing. Core of the success of the young agency is the intensive, targeted advice, as well as its focus on the lasting positive impact of their events. More information under: like we will send you current press photos This event. Contact for the press Kerstin men Presse.Text.Konzept FON: + 49 (0) 221 16 99 59 30 E-Mail: TFG TFG Transfracht international society for combined freight transport mbH & co. KG, a subsidiary of DB mobility logistics AG and HHLA intermodal GmbH, is the market leader in the seaport hinterland transportation with German seaports. The company transports containers between the German seaports for shipowners and shippers directly to the final beneficiaries in the Switzerland, Germany and Austria, as well as from the Urverlader to the German seaports. Contact for the press: Sabeth Babu Mustat Manager marketing communication Tel. + 49 40361305-733 E-Mail:

New Writers

Here are some tips for aspiring writers. The aspiring author, rummages through the Internet, clicks from Publisher to Publisher. Always in the hope of somehow to accommodate his manuscript. Like he would talk with a Publisher or Publisher representatives. First, he dabbles with prestigious, large publishers. “” “Nil: disappointment sneaking up, because in the large” the industry becomes an insignificant “rejected author mostly with the usual words you please or send your manuscript by mail” put off. There, where you no obligation just sends his manuscript, this ends up unfortunately usually in the shredder.

Then he comes to publishers with huge presence and big names, who are only out to find authors. Authors who pay much money, accept your manuscript. But be careful! Not every author published”is serious. Many bring out the book, but the marketing and sales of the author himself must worry about. But how could he do that make? He can engage as an individual not in the distribution network of bookshops. So hundreds copies of expensively acquired books are later at worst at home in the cellar and no one would like to have it. Or it will be in the new books on demand “procedures only on-demand printed and it retains a few a few copies, just placed in the circle of friends of the author.” Where now with the manuscript? It’s easier than you think: you try your luck at publishers who may draw attention with a small indication that new authors are welcome.

A good tip is the Working Group of smaller publishers (GAB) in the Stock Exchange Association of the German book trade. Although these publishers partly with grants or sponsors working, because you can not alone bear the risk of the cost, but these totals keep quite limited and they offer often much cheaper even all that big publishers offer. Only a few characteristics of good publishers are an ordinary publishing contract, a good editing, marketing, book fairs, and public relations. Try so your luck where you least suspect it. For example, at.