Atlantic is a utility company providing a fresh approach to the supply of electricity, gas and other services to households and businesses throughout the UK.
Atlantic combines British and American expertise. The majority shareholder is Sempra Energy, one of the largest utilities in the US and a Fortune 500 company.
Cannon Bridge House
Cannon Bridge House is an office development situated on the north side of the Thames just above Cannon Bridge rail station. The development provides office space and catering facilities to the European Stock Exchange and other financial institutions.
In 2006 the building was extensively refurbished by the American developer Jeffrey Goldberger.
Caryaa's valet parking service addresses all the nagging questions that linger in the traveller's mind once you have handed over the keys of their car to the parking attendant.
A web app enables the driver to monitor data like speed, acceleration, exact location, temperature and humidity thanks to a specially developed Whitebox that is installed in the car while the car is being looked after by Caryaa.
You can even keep an eye on your treasure from the edge of the holiday swimming pool sipping an ice-cold Caipirinha safe in the knowledge that upon your return your car will already be waiting for you.
When it comes to corporate performance management software for small and medium sized enterprises there is no way around Hamburg software house Corporate Planning. The company has cemented its position as a leading vendor in Europe over the past 30 years.
The firm’s Corporate Planning Suite, offers versatile planning, reporting and analysis tools within an integrated technological platform and is based on a tree structure – a unique selling proposition in the hard-fought market of corporate planning software.
With 130 employees in twelve locations the company provides consulting, training and customer support in addition to the software's continuous development.
For more than 30 years Druckerei Rüss have been custodians of fine printing. In 1980 the Rüss brothers started a small bindery and over the years have not only expanded their business into a fully fledged print production company, they have also made a name for themselves beyond their native region of Berlin-Brandenburg. Today, Druckerei Rüss offers a unique combination of traditional printing techniques, the most up-to-date digital technology and the personal involvement of the two founders.
The brothers understand printing as a cultural activity that is also expressed in readings and concerts staged in the historic setting of the workshop.
Hamburg School of Ideas
Hamburg’s Texterschmiede has been feeding the German advertising industry with a steady stream of copywriters for years. However, increasingly the cream of these wordsmiths no longer writes headlines and copy for adverts, but have assumed new roles as content strategists in the online world.
This shift is reflected in the new name of what was formerly known as Texterschmiede Hamburg: Hamburg School of Ideas.
The Babelsberg studios, privatised in 1992, have been dedicated to the film industry since the turn of the century. Classics like Marlene Dietrich's 'The Blue Angel' and Fritz Lang's 'Metropolis' were made there. Under Communist administration, it was also home to the state-owned DEFA studios.
The HighTechCenter is part of a masterplan to turn the film studios into an international media city. The Center provides state of the art production facilities for directors, camera operators and actors, and offers digital services and training. The Center is at the leading edge of world film and television production, providing a media pool to production companies.
Ever since Franz Anwey set up his accountancy firm Kanzlei Anwey, his team of tax consultants and auditors have built lifelong relationships with their clients.
Offering services including auditing, tax consulting, management consulting and accounting, the company prides itself on championing small and medium sized enterprises. All four areas of expertise seamlessly combine to represent a comprehensive and holistic consultancy service for companies and individuals alike.
Laserbureau is a twenty-four hour bureau in the centre of London serving the creative industry. The company produces everything from the desktop publishing, repro, printing to finishing, giving its customers access to state-of-the-art printing and processing technology.
Lienke is a recycling company founded in 1889. From its origin as a scrap metal dealer, the firm has since diversified into the recycling of paper and plastics. The company operates from its base in Gütersloh in Westphalia and has a reputation for reliability and solid business practice.
Prof-Media is a Russian media conglomerate and a major private investor in most sectors of the Russian media market.
In film and entertainment, ProfMedia operates a nationwide chain of multiplexes and owns a controlling stake in one of Russia’s leading film production and distribution companies. In addition, the holding has interests in national television, a number of radio stations and a magazine publisher.
The S.H.E. Spanish Heritage group was founded in New York as a cultural organisation and as a service enterprise. Since 1971, when it was established in Spain, it has continued to be an active player in the cultural and educational fields, and has branched out into the area of tourism. Besides organising innumerable study programmes abroad for young Spanish adults as part of its cultural and educations activities, it operates the Spanish Cultural Foundation in the United States.
Val Taylor is a journalist turned copywriter.
VCC Perfect Pictures
The VCC story began in 1984, when Michael Goritschnig formed the Video Copy Company und Postproduktion GmbH in Hamburg. Initially specialising in postproduction services, VCC has always sought to expand its expertise and soon established its Content Development & Production division as well as Consulting & Marketing Support. New offices followed in Babelsberg, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Leipzig, while a string of important partnerships were forged.
From film and TV to advertising and electronic games, VCC has given its signature to much of the content found on TV and cinema screens all around the world.
Vertixx started as a project initiated by Vivento, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom. The company trades electronics and white goods that cannot be sold through the traditional distribution of the manufacturer.
Zal is an Italian telecommunication company with a difference: not only does it offer simple and transparent price plans, the firm also does away with call centres and automated voices that take you through a litany of menu choices with endless numbers to press.
Zal is based in Forlì and focuses its efforts on customers in the surrounding Emilia-Romagna region. So proud is the company of its origins, that even its name has local roots, Zal is Romagnolo dialect and means 'yellow'.