Speakers corner on Germany’s largest job fair in Frankfurt am Main, November 23, 2012 – for the first time even the word take on the Alumni Congress participants Germany. In the speakers’ corner carry students and graduates to the main theme of the Congress of Green Economy future with responsibility”before. “” The year of 2012 is under the topic of sustainability: the Earth Summit Rio + 20 “, that held by the Federal Ministry of education and research science year future project Earth 2012” and launched by the United Nations international year of sustainable energy for all “underline the topicality of the theme. Here, the Alumni Congress builds on Germany. First it discusses the Central Congress theme Green Economy by experts in business and research. Corner was created with the speakers’ also a forum for dedicated students and graduates participating in the discussion with relevant contributions. So Lija Garcia and Yvonne Kozlowski are talking from the studies in business law Westfalische Hochschule on institutional framework for sustainable development.
The Economist Boris Alexander are views of the post growth company fig from the RWTH Aachen. Lars lane field, Stefanie Franke and Nadine Wiggerich of the green business management at the BiTS Iserlohn illuminate the relationship between economy and ecology. Graduate Congress Germany with Germany’s largest job fair on the 28th / November 29, 2012 Congress theme Green Economy future with responsibility application special with up to 800 CV checks, Flight Simulator and nano-truck over 300 companies from the financial sector, trade, distribution and consulting imagery under: press photos about Sanders Institute: Sanders Institute is the leading provider of HR marketing and recruiting solutions for young academics in Germany. We support companies looking to the experts and leaders of tomorrow and advise students, graduates and Young Professionals with career and career planning. Press contact: Jens Raghavan Staufenbiel Institut GmbH Wildunger str. 6 60487 Frankfurt am Main Tel.: + 49 (0) 69 25537-140 E-Mail: