Spacebase takes Frankfurt

Next week, Spacebase will be at IMEX 2019 in Frankfurt; talking all things Eventtech, trending apps, MICE and more. We’ll be there with other members of the ZEUS Association, hosting lots of educational sessions, activities and panel discussions at Hall 9.

We’re delighted to have such big names involved with ZEUS this year. Mathias Sondermann, Senior Director of Global Events at SAP, will be at the ZEUS Innovators Club discussing the challenges of the event industry, and how technology and experience data can create credible solutions. We’re thrilled to also welcome Michael Liebmann to our stand, whose talk will explore the opportunities and pitfalls of personalisation in tech.

And as part of our own going mission to empower women in the industry, ZEUS will also be hosting a Women’s Panel; with IMEX Group CEO Carina Bauer and tw Tagungswirtschaft Editor-in-Chief Kerstin Wuensch amongst others.

Of course, our very own Spacebase CEO Julian Jost will be representing us at the convention: sharing his industry expertise and entrepreneurial experience.

To find out more, or to view our full IMEX speaker schedule, check out our event page.

To celebrate the trip, we wanted to share with you our ultimate Frankfurt to-do list: complete with our favourite Frankfurt spaces. See you there!

Activities

Ebbelwei-Express
Cruise through the city on this kitschy, hand-painted tram. With complimentary applewine and pretzels, the Ebbewei-Express gives the usual flurry of sight-seeing a welcomed change of pace. Passengers are even taken to the outskirts of the city, riding through the breathtaking woodlands where many locals go to cycle.

Kleinmarkthalle
This 1,500sq/m indoor market boasts over 150 stalls, providing flavours from every corner of the world. From fresh produce and flowers, to regional delicacies like Frankfurt’s famous ‘Green Sauce’, Kleinmarkthalle is the perfect spot for an afternoon wander. Make sure to check out the oysters, sold individually, and bring home some traditional Frankfurt sausages.

Where to eat

Heimathafen Offenbach
Located near the former industrial harbour of Offenbach, Heimathafen’s rustic, nautical inspired decor is a nod to Frankfurt’s rich maritime history. Large portions, big flavours and small price tags place Heimathafen at the centre of Frankfurt’s gastronomy scene.

Hafenpl. 4, 63067 Offenbach am Main

Cafe Milch Und Zucker
From gooey eggs benedict, to vibrant açai bowls – start your day off right with this trendy brunch spot. A varied menu and rave reviews means we suggest booking a table to avoid disappointment!

Eckenheimer Landstraße 107, 60318 Frankfurt am Main

La Cevi
Ceviche and cocktails: a Peruvian oasis in the middle of Frankfurt. Begin your evening with a Pisco Sourer and a Ceviche trio entrée, before trying the anticuchos with huancaina sauce and fresh, zingy octopus.

 Kantstraße 25, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

Sightseeing

Städel Museum
Widely regarded as one of the worlds’ best art galleries, Städel’s impressive permanent collection boasts works from European masters like Dürer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Renoir, Picasso and Cézanne.

Römerberg
A replica of pre-World War II Frankfurt, the city’s ‘old town’ is a picturesque German square with plenty of charming bars and restaurants, perfect for people watching.

Our top Frankfurt spaces

A sophisticated event space with a modern twist. Book here.

We love this fresh, no-fuss meeting space with plenty of natural light and an industrial edge. Book here.

We think this spacious outdoor terrace is both quirky and charming, see more here.

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