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Servus Munich - there's a new consultancy in town​

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After opening the accilium Berlin office last year, we are proud to continue our growth with a new office in Germany. ​

Munich will be the next hometown of an accilium consulting office, giving us the possibility to be closer not only to our customers in the automotive, energy and public sector, but also to numerous beergardens and the world's largest folk festival.​

accilium goes Munich- New consulting location in Munich

Being the home to several mobility and tech companies, top universities and a rising startup scene, Munich was a logical next step to place ourselves strategically and follow accilium's vision of BUILD TO EVOLVE.​​

While we have found a temporary solution to get our team in the pole position, our quest to find the perfect office continues. Vienna and Berlin have set the bar high - you will know why, if you ever joined a barbecue on our rooftop terrace overlooking Belvedere Palace or sipped a white wine in a wicker chair hundred feet above Tiergarten. Be assured, we therefore will do our very best to match the expectations of our Bavarian colleagues.​

Location scouting Munich- A lot of options to choose from 

To get the most suitable option for our initial team, we are currently evaluating various options and assessing them according to criteria such as location, size, integration into the public transport network, amenities and services. Our selection right now comprises more than 20 options, which we will narrow down to a shortlist of a couple and have a look at those personally.​

 

We are optimistic, that we have made a decision and moved in before accilium's second birthday in April.​ Stay tuned for updates! ​

 

Interim Office Location Munich: 

Grosjeanstraße 2, 81925 Munich

 

Last but not least, we are currently looking for motivated professionals with an entrepreneurial spirit who want to help us build our next dream office in Munich. Check out the current job openings for Munich

 

Article published by Rafael Schmid, accilium