Auf ein erfolgreiches neues Jahr

Donnerstag, Dezember 22nd, 2011 -

Liebe Leser,

 

Wir wünschen euch allen Frohe Weihnachten und einen guten Start ins Jahr 2012. Wir haben ein spannendes und ereignisreiches Jahr hinter uns mit vielen Entwicklungen und Veränderungen und möchten uns an dieser Stelle bei euch bedanken für die tolle Unterstützung und das Verfolgen eines gemeinsamen Zieles – den Weg in eine nachhaltigere Welt. Wir hoffen euch alle im nächsten Jahr persönlich wieder zu treffen spätestens auf unserem Beyond Fashion Summit 2012.

Am 2ten Januar sind wir zurück im Büro.

 

Schöne Feiertage!

Das Beyond Berlin Team

 

Bild & Weihnachtsbaum von Ingrid Jansen

Holy Shit Shopping in Hamburg

Dienstag, Dezember 13th, 2011 -

For the last time this year the Holy Shit Shopping presents itself in Hamburg. This weekend in a hall of the Hamburg Messe 200 designers and artists will offer handmade products. From fashion and jewellery, books and photography through to organic olive oil from Greece you can chose from a colourful mix of treasures and find special Christmas presents. I visited the Holy Shit Shopping two weeks ago in the Alte Münze in Berlin but now I can’t tell you what I got there, because it should still be a surprise on Christmas Eve. What I can do is recommend this event with its cozy atmosphere. Only the food was quite minimalistic, so bring your own to survive your route through lots of creative products and interesting ideas.

Click here for a list of designers

When
17. + 18. December 2011
12:00 – 22:00

Where
Hamburg Messe / Halle B3
Am Messeplatz 1
20357 Hamburg

 

Good to know – LED lights for Christmas

Freitag, Dezember 2nd, 2011 -

If you are still busy with festively decorating your apartment, then take into consideration that all those lights look very cozy but cause a lot of extra energy. On Love Green I just read that one pair of fairy lights can cost you up to 5 € extra during those festive weeks. And usually you have more than one in your house. So the suggested alternative: LED – light chains. Those are more expensive to purchase, but last much longer and reduce your energy bill.

Image: Flickr laszlo-photo