We were at MCBW, the largest design event of Germany, again.
The Munich Creative Business Week (MCBW), which is organized annually in the first quarter, highlights the potential as the largest German design event. Around 200 committed program partners create a platform for design-conscious companies, designers and design agencies of all disciplines, as well as citizens interested in design.
The MCBW is organized by the bayern design GmbH and sponsored by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology as well as the City of Munich.
In 2018, the cooperation did take place with a 200 sqm exhibition under the motto "Design Spirit - Working Worlds and Products of Tomorrow" at IHM, THE LEADING TRADE FAIR FOR CRAFT TRADES between March 7 -13.
As one of the MCBW partners, we organized the 'Hangover Breakfast' discussion within the scope of MCBW on March 10 in the subjects of advantages/disadvantages of traditional family business vs. classic large corporations, new ways of working, and the challenges of demographically diverse employee structures.
On stage at the Oskar von Miller Forum, where the Universal Design Exhibition was presented: Our lead designer Renan Gökyay and Villeroy & Boch as Director and Sales Development, James Nutting were speakers, Nina Shell and Michael Schlenke were moderators.