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What you'll learn in this episode: How Arnoldsche collaborates with authors to create an effective design for each book What young artists should know before trying to publish a book How Dirk keeps tabs on trends and new developments in jewelry and decorative arts How Arnoldsche selects the right markets and languages for its books Why the art book market has changed dramatically over the last 10 years, and how Arnoldsche has adapted About Dirk Allgaier: Since April 2015, Dirk Allgaier has headed Arnoldsche Art Publishers, an internationally active publisher of art books that offers a unique list of titles in the fields of fine art, applied art and design. With great expertise, sheer hard work and a passion for his profession, he and his team ensure that books from Arnoldsche become what they are: high-quality, individually designed publications and book objects that transport the broad range of creative endeavor in all its diversity across the globe. Additional Resources: Arnoldsche Art Publishing's Website Arnoldsche Art Publisher's Instgram Arnoldsche Art Publisher's X/Twitter Photos Available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: No other publishing house in the world has published as many books on jewelry, ceramics and other applied arts as Arnoldsche Art Publishing. Led by Dirk Allgaier, Arnoldsche is the go-to source for anyone who wants to learn more about the decorative and applied arts, the people who create them, and the museums that exhibit them. Dirk joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about how he selects the 10 to 15 books Arnoldsche publishes each year; how he works with artists to create a beautiful and informative book; and why a language barrier doesn't always prevent someone from reading an art book. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the first part of a two-part episode. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it's released later this week. My guest is Dirk Allgaier of Arnoldsche Publishing. They're art publishers, and if you have any kind of design library—and that includes jewelry, ceramics, monographs on artists, furniture and more—you no doubt have books that have been published by Arnoldsche. As I was browsing the books online, I kept seeing so many books I have that I didn't know were published by Arnoldsche. For the most part, they are in English and German, and the books are beautifully printed. Dirk will tell us how his path took him to where he is today. Dirk, welcome to the program. Dirk: Thank you very much, Sharon. Very glad to be here. Sharon: I'm so glad to have you here. Dirk was just telling me that he has lived in Stuttgart for 30 years, 25 years, a long time. Can you tell us what a publisher does? Dirk: That's a very good question, Sharon. There's really a lot to it. I tried to explain to you some things, to tell you about some things. Mainly it is my job to see that we put together an attractive book program every six months, every half-year. This is in the field of applied arts, which is our main series of books. It's jewelry, ceramics, textiles, wood and glass, but also the areas of visual design, of the visual arts and design. I receive many book proposals. I have to check them. I have to calculate them, but I've also got to be active by myself from my side, and I have to talk to artists. I have to meet museum curators. For example, I go to museums, to exhibition openings. I go to Schmuck in Munich, so I'm really traveling a lot. I visit all these places. You also have to be in the field where our publishing areas are, in the field of jewelry, of ceramics. I have to be there; I have to be active. In parallel, we have to put out used books. We have 10, 15 books always in parallel production, and we have to approach miniatures. The production is supervised by the project managers, but I'm integrated into the processes of each book because I have to know the exact starters of every book project. I must be approachable by the artist, by the museum curator, by the director if any problem arises or if important decisions have to be made. So, one part is traveling; the other part is production. I'm also responsible for sales and marketing. We have a colleague who does this, but I also have to look at how things can be optimized, how we can sell the books in the best way internationally. Unfortunately, a lot of administrative tasks have to be done. They are also very extensive. Finally, I write some articles for newspapers, for magazines. I give talks. I hold speeches for exhibition openings. I attend meetings, or I'm speaking for podcasts like now. This is also a very interesting and exciting part of my role as a publisher. All in all, there's a lot of work, enough work to work for at least seven days a week. Sharon: Are you saying that right this minute, there are 10 to 15 books that are being worked on? Dirk: Yes, that's it. About 10 to 15 books are always in production parallel, in the different steps of production. Either we are actually starting the editing, or we are preparing the design, or we are doing translations, or we are doing the color separations. Today, the Schmuckmuseum of Pforzheim curator was here. We're doing a new book about jewelry and metalwork, and we checked the colors. We checked the color proofs today. We discussed the cover. There are always a lot of book productions in parallel here at Arnoldsche. Sharon: This is something that is just occurring to me. Do they have input? If they don't like the color, can they say to you they don't like the color? Dirk: That's very important. I try to show everything to my partner, to the museum or to the artist. I show them the design concept of the book so we are not only designing the book. Before we start with the real design, we make some tests on pages, and we send the pages to the artist or to the museum. We say, “Oh, look, the book could look like these pages. Here is a type that's the kind of like the images. The captions are like that. We have some special colors.” Then the museum can say, “Oh, I like it. Please continue,” or “Oh no, I want to have a different kind.” This is very important for me in the production, to work as closely as possible together with the museum or the author. Sharon: Can the museum come and say, “I had something totally different in mind”? Can whoever is working on the book say they had something else in mind? Dirk: Yes, they can say it. Usually, we get a briefing and the museum tells me, “Oh, I want a very modern book,” or “Very conservative,” or “I have some crazy ideas.” But it must fit to the topics; that's very important. We publish books about 18th century arts and crafts, about porcelain from the 18th and 19th centuries. Here's a design that has to be quite conventional, or conservative is a better word. But if we work with a very unusual, contemporary designer, we can be much more provocative and contemporary in the design. Sharon: How did you come to publishing art and applied design books? Do you have a background in it? Dirk: Yes, I'll tell you shortly the story of the company. Arnoldsche, our publishing house, was founded in 1985. This is now almost 40 years ago. The founder of the publishing house—he passed away five years ago—his name was Dieter Zühlsdorff. He had previously, back in the 1970s, lived here in Stuttgart. He had a gallery for fine arts, for paintings, but his real passion was not the fine arts; it was ceramics. In the late 70s, early 80s, he closed the gallery and wrote an encyclopedia of ceramic marks. He traveled throughout Europe. There was no email, no websites. Maybe a fax machine was the most modern technical thing. He traveled for five years and wrote the “Ceramic Marks Encyclopedia” on the Art Nouveau and Art Deco period from 1880 to 1930. When the manuscript was finished, he went in search of a publisher. He didn't plan to found a publishing house, but no publisher wanted to publish his “Ceramic Marks Encyclopedia,” so he was not sure what to do. He sold a painting from his collection to a large bank in Germany. He used this money to print his “Ceramic Marks Encyclopedia,” and that was the beginning of Arnoldsche Art Publishers. That encyclopedia became a best seller in a total of four editions. The name Arnoldsche comes from his wife at the time. She's living. Her name is Gabriela Arnold; Arnold is her last name. Arnoldsche is still a little bit complicated for English speakers. Here, Arnoldsche sounds much better in German than Zühlsdorff, which was the last name of the founder. That's a Pomeranian name, very complicated. I think the English people would not be able to pronounce that name. So, we decided on Arnoldsche, and in German, we say Verlaganstadt. Verlaganstadt means publishing house. That sounds a little bit old-fashioned, but I like that old-fashioned name. In English we say Arnoldsche Art Publishers. Dieter Zühlsdorff, he acted very wisely when he founded the company because he realized there were many publishers in the area of fine arts or architecture, but there was no publishing house that explicitly dealt with the applied arts, with jewelry, ceramics, glass and furniture. So, we can say internationally, Arnoldsche is the only publishing house in the world that focuses on jewelry, ceramics, glass and textile, and we realized a lot of publications in that field. Sharon: Did you have a background in it? Dirk: I'm a trained archaeologist. I'm not an art historian. I studied archaeology. I made my degree. I like it very much, but artistry has fascinated me from a very young age. When I was a child, I went with my parents to see museums, to meet artists. My parents had a collection of paintings. When I completed my studies, I did a separate training course to become a publishing house clerk. This training course lasted one year. It included a three-month internship in a publishing house, and you had to take care of this internship by yourself. I had no idea where to apply. I was in Stuttgart, and I had a friend who was a bookseller. She gave me a recommendation. She told me, “Apply to a small art publishing house here in Stuttgart. They make the most beautiful books, and they are just around the corner from the place where you have the training.” She was speaking about Arnoldsche. So, I went there about 30 years ago, in 1993, and I got the job for a three-month internship at Arnoldsche. It started for three months, and now I'm working for 30 years at Arnoldsche. I'm very grateful to my friend for her recommendation. We still meet regularly even though she now lives in northern Germany. I'm very thankful to her for recommending me. “Go to Arnoldsche, ring the bell and apply for a job.” I did that 30 years ago. Sharon: Wow! Like you said, you must be approached all the time by people who have ideas and say, “Why don't you do a book on this?” or “I have all this material on that.” How do you decide which books to do? Dirk: That's always a difficult decision because we receive a lot of proposals for book productions. For one thing—and I think that's very important—the book has to fit in our program. For example, a book about the photography of the Alps or about Renaissance art would not fit well in our program. For us, it's very important to find new topics; in other words, topics that have not been published before. It makes no sense for us to publish a 50s book about Picasso or about Matisse; that's not our interest. There has to be a market for a book. It has to be saleable. We have to publish books about artists who have worked for many decades in their fields. Also, younger artists come to me. They're in their late 30s or their 40s, and they ask for a book. I often say, “Wait another 10 years. You need a bigger work of art, a mature work, and then you can come back to me and we can think about a book.” Very important art books on the theme of jewelry are the books about the great masters of jewelry. These are really important publications. Just to name a few, for example, Otto Künzli, the Swiss artist, Bernhard Schobinger, Manfred Bischoff. Last year, we published a book about Joyce Scott, the American artist, and the Israeli artist Deganit Stern Schocken, Therese Hilbert. Here, a large body of work over many decades can be wonderfully presented in a beautiful book form. That's really exciting. There are publications on collections of contemporary jewelry. This is also very important. These are mainly museum collections. For example, we have published about the jewelry collection of Eva and Peter Herion in Munich, which you can see when you go down to the basement. It's a major publication about the collection of the jewelry museum in Pforzheim, the Schmuckmuseum. We did it in 1998 with the legendary former director, Fritz Falk. There's the GRASSI Museum in Leipzig, a very important museum in East Germany. There's a very traditional collection and there's a collection of jewelry. They started to collect in the 1920s. We did a book about the jewelry collection of Sylvia Seal and of Art and Design in New York also. These collections are very exciting for us. I do not want to forget to mention the legendary publication by Helen Drutt, “Ornament as Art.” It's about her collection, which is now in the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. People call that book the “orange book” or the “Bible of jewelry books.” I think you know that book. What's also very important for us are theory books about jewelry. We have a book on the jewelry of Marjan Unger from the Netherlands. She did the book “Jewelry in Context.” These books are very important for students, for example. They are quite affordable in price. They're 15 Euros, so students buy these theory books. If you come to Arnoldsche, there's finally one topic that is very important because it's the most elementary, because every book can't be one: special books. We are publishing in a niche; it's a real niche, and the quantity of books, the editions, are not so high. Every book needs special financial support, so we ask for financial support from foundations. The potential sales is low compared to the very high cost of distribution. You do not usually recoup the high production cost. So, museums, collectors, foundations themselves make books financially possible in the first place through a corresponding purchased quantity. That is how a book can be realized through financial support; by purchasing books in advance. A special part will be paid by Arnoldsche and for the other part, we look for sponsors or our foundations to financially support it. These are the different things to consider for Arnoldsche book publishing. Sharon: When you are out and about—let's say you're traveling—do you find exhibits that you didn't know about or things you can approach people about? Dirk: Yes, I go to exhibition openings. Of course, I go to Schmuck in Munich, a big Schmuck event. I go to Munich, to exhibition openings. I go to Norway, to Switzerland, and I always meet the artists. I also meet authors and they tell me, “Oh, I'm working on a project. I'm working with this artist or with that museum. They are looking for a publisher. Would you mind if I make a contact?” For me, it's very important to visit these places, to go to openings, to meet curators because we are like a big family. Everybody knows something and people speak with each other. They say, “Here's a project. There is a book. It's planned to be an exhibition. They are looking for a publisher. They are planning a book for next year,” and I say, “O.K., please, if you can make a connection and the person can contact me.” Then we are discussing the possibility of collaboration for the book project. Sharon: Do they come with photographs or do you say, “I want to photograph this”? Dirk: For me, it's important to have an exposé, a short summary of the book. What is in the book, what is the sense of the book, whom do I want to reach with the book, who is the audience? And to send me some photographs, some preliminary information to get an idea of how the book will be, what the topic of the book is. That's enough for me, and then we continue our discussion. Sharon: Do you or your production assistants decide the cover of the book and what it will look like? Who decides? Dirk: We have freelance designers. We work together, but often artists or jewelers or ceramic artists who are planning a monograph about their work, they bring their own graphic designers with them. That's often fine with me because the collaboration between artist and designer is very intensive, and artists and designers should work together personally as often as possible. Often at Arnoldsche, we are responsible for the design, but always in collaboration with the artist. We have a graphic designer. We've worked together with her for almost 13 years. She designs many of our books and many artists know her. They come to us. They say, “We're planning a book, but we want to have this designer. We trust this designer.” There are artists who give us the whole material. They give us the photographs and the text, then they make a book and she makes a design. We show it before printing and they say, “Oh, make this little change. Oh, make that little change. Go to the press.” There are other artists who look very carefully, who ask for changes, but every one is absolutely fine for us. We love to work together with her. She designed the book on Helen Drutt for “Ornament as Art,” the orange book, but she also designed important jewelry monographs; for example, the book on Sam Kramer, a jewelry designer. She did the book about Giampaolo Babetto, about Fritz Maierhofer from Austria, about Georg Dobler or Claus Bury, two famous German designers. Usually, we say if a graphic designer designs the inside pages of a book, they also have to design the cover. The inside pages and cover have to be in accordance with each other. It should fit to each other. That's very important, to have one designer for the whole book. A designer is also like an artist in a way. You cannot ask an artist to make this part and another artist makes this part. The whole book has to be in the hands of one designer. Sharon: We will have photos posted on the website. Please head to TheJewelryJourney.com to check them out.
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As a member of the UMS Class of 1958, Brigadier General Grover E. Jackson, began a remarkable journey both academically and professionally with a degree from Sewanee: The University of the South, as well as completing college as a distinguished member of the Air Force ROTC. From this point forward, the achievements and service of Brigadier General Jackson have been a sterling example of what a servant-leader should do with his life. In July 1989, Brigadier General Jackson was assigned the duty of Director of Intelligence, Headquarters U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii. His assignment was to provide accurate and timely intelligence for the United States Pacific Command as well as other significant commands. Only a person with the highest professional credentials and the finest personal character could receive such an assignment that is so essential for the protection of the United States. This impressive promotion was the result of 25 years of dedicated service to the citizens of the United States. In addition to completing a Master of Arts degree in Economics from Syracuse University in 1967, Brigadier General Jackson received training at the best military colleges in the U.S. and among these was the prestigious Air War College in 1982. At various times he was stationed in Texas; Saigon, South Vietnam; RAF Station Chiscksands, England; Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii; Strategic Air Command (SAC) at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska; Stuttgart, West Germany; and Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. UMS-Wright is fortunate that Brigadier General Jackson has moved permanently to Baldwin County and recently honored our school with a visit along with his daughter, Paige, his son, Garrett, and his wife Anita. Subscribe to The Wright Way Podcast on your favorite podcast platform so you don't miss out on any upcoming episodes. Have someone you would like to hear on the podcast, or want to be a guest yourself? Drop a line in the comments or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Catulli is the CEO of SPS Marketing, an exciting full-service digital agency based in Linz, Austria, and Stuttgart, Germany, from where it services clients from all over the world.SPS Marketing describes itself as a team of reformers, transformers, and performers who implement extraordinary ideas and campaigns for their clients with passion and creativity. And from our experience working with Thomas and his team, that certainly holds true.Thomas started his career with Deutsche Telekom and has had success growing marketing businesses such as Adverserve, where he led the push towards a more programmatic approach to digital marketing, before joining SPS. He is an inspirational digital strategist and business leader.In this episode:Thomas talks about his start in marketing working for Deutsche Telekom, and the people who influenced him and helped shape the marketer he has become. He notes how working through a period of considerable transformation for large organizations has helped him get an appreciation for how his clients work and some of the challenges they themselves face.He talks about working at the forefront of the evolution of digital marketing and his push to take on some of the bigger networks working with global brands.Thomas talks about how digitalization and technology is impacting on team structures and our ways of working, and how it impacts on the growth strategy of modern marketing agencies.He offers his thoughts on some of the challenges and opportunities the world faces from the onset of AI.In this episode, Steven speaks with Thomas Catulli, CEO of SPS Marketing. They talk about Thomas's varied background in digital marketing, starting his career working client-side for Deutsche Telekom, and his journey as an international digital marketing leader and innovator.
Episode 64: Klaus Evertz, Art, Body, Psychotherapist and Writer in Prenatal and Perinatal PsychologyKlaus Evertz, lecturer, works as psycho-, art- and body therapist in own office and Center for Palliative Medicine, University Hospital Cologne. Painter and cultural psychologist. Research in Images as Forms of Consciousness. Lectureships at the Universities Cologne and Dresden, the University for Environment and Economy (Depart. Art Therapy) Nuertingen and the Dr.Mildred-Scheel-Academy, Cologne. His main work is a design of a Prenatal Aesthetic in Kunstanalyse (Art Analysis) (2002). Editor of „Lehrbuch fuer Praenatale Psychologie (Textbook for Prenatal Psychology)“, Mattes, Heidelberg (2014) and "Handbook of Prenatal Psychology", Springer, New York (2020). Coauthor of „Lehrbuch für Palliativmedizin (Textbook for Palliative Medicine“, Schattauer, Stuttgart (1997, 2007, 2011). His pioneering re-search on pre- and perinatal trauma and transgenerational trauma has potential applications for psycho-, art- and bodytherapists helping to identify the effects of these traumata on mental health and behaviour. Since 1997 Member of the Advisory Board of „International Journal of Peri- and Prenatal Psychology and Medicine“, since 2007 Member of the Board of Associate Editors. He is Past-vice-president of the International Society for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM).Institut for Arttherapy and Artanalysis CologneNeusser Str. 56950737 Köln/CologneGermanyTel./Fax 0049 – 221 5509156E-mail: email@example.com
Ein vielstimmiges "Hallo" aus Stuttgart, denn dort wurde diese Folge mit vielen lieben Hüttis aufgenommen! Hier nun die ungekürzte Aufzeichnung in eure lieben Gesichter hinein. Neben einigem um-Worte-ringen von den beiden Sabberhexen in Stuttgart gibt es natürlich auch zwei fantastische Kapitel zu hören. Harry und seine Crew kommen endlich wieder nach Hogwarts! Doch ist es noch das gleiche Hogwarts? Nein, zumindest nicht wenn man dem ramponierten Neville glauben darf. Die bösen Carrows regieren mit eiserner Hand und quälen alle Kids. Dagegen wird nun was unternommen! Es ist Zeit Voldemort die Stirn zu bieten! Dafür muss Harry noch einen Horcrux finden und es müssen einige Verteidigungsmaßnahmen ums Schloss getroffen werden. Wie das alles funktionieren soll? Das hört ihr nun! Vielen Dank an alle die da waren! Es war wunderbar und eine unglaubliche Erfahrung! P.S.: Die letzten 10 Minuten bestehen primär aus peinlichem Gestammel von uns, und viel Applaus von Euch! Wer sich das geben will, viel Spaß ;) Werbung: Mit dem Code Dumbledore erhältst du das 12-Monatsabo von Babbel zum Preis von nur 6 Monaten. Das Angebot gilt bis zum 30. November 2023. Einfach auf www.babbel.com/audio einlösen und loslegen: https://go.babbel.com/t?utm_term=generic_v1&bsc=podcast-deu&btp=default&utm_content=Podcast..Dumbledore..Julep..DEU korodrogerie.de Code: HÜTTE für 5% Rabatt!
The guys start off with some fun math before diving into shout outs, a breakdown of another fantastic home result, taking on the news and headlines of the day, and finally a rather optimistic view of the first match after the international break, an away "affair" at Mainz.Ahem. Part One Shout Outs go to the majesty of Fritzle versus KSC's warthog thing, Matt's wagering skills, former VfBers plying their trade in the 2.Bundesliga, Village Footy and VfB Omaha for winning the weekly OFC games, and Sehrou for winning his second consecutive Man of the Match award from the OFC! Part Two is a look back at the big win versus SC Freiburg, another five goal match, but this time for the good guys in white and red. Key talking points include the defense, Alex's comeback, Chris as a poor-man's Arjen Robben, Sehrou's incredible run of form, Angelo's fantastic start, and Enzo's return. In the end, the fellas celebrate another great match, the fact four players were Player's of the Week, and the amazing job Sebastian has done as the head man since taking over. Part Three are some goodbyes and hellos as the News and Headlines are dealt with, including a brief goodbye to travelling man Gil and much longer and much more heartfelt goodbye to long-time brustring wearer Borna, who's crosses and emotional goodbye will be remembered fondly for years to come. Hello's are offered to a new defender, a possible new sporting director, and an annual general meeting that could be pretty testy. Part Three ends with listener questions, including answers to whether Chris will ever pass the ball ever again, the offensive player's hunger to score, how Pascal has upped his game, and how long can Sehrou stay in Stuttgart (hint: forever!). Part Four is a predictably optimistic look at the upcoming match after the break, an away "affair" at Mainz, a club that seems to be our bogey man but a club that VfB has really played well against in recent history.And both Travis and Matt forgot to talk about the tease - their connection to Green Day - and the status of their kit order. Which means now you have a reason to listen next time! HAHA! We win again! Episode Introduction - 0:00-1:38 Part One - Shout Outs - 1:48-5:54 Part Two - VfB:SCF - 6:04-35:34 Part Three - News, Headlines, and Questions - 35:44-60:08 Part Four - M05:VfB - 60:18-64:54
In this episode of the Ducks Unlimited podcast, host Katie Burke interviews Len Guldman, a call collector, firearm specialist, and decoy collector, at the RnT Callapalooza event in Stuttgart, Arkansas. Len tells the story of his unusual introduction to waterfowling. The conversation touches on Len's gun collection and what was uniques about early waterfowling shotguns. Len also shares some of his best stories of finding duck calls. He also speaks on the emergence on duck calls on the larger auction market.www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
Stuttgart & Bremen brillieren, Dortmund strauchelt und der VAR überstimmt den VAR. Deniz analysiert mit Tobias Escher den dritten Spieltag.
Liverpool signed Wataru Endō from Stuttgart. Wataru Endo is a Japanese professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre back for Premier League club Liverpool and captains the Japan national team. This episode has been published and can be heard everywhere your podcast is available. Liverpool signed Dominik Szoboszlai from RB Leipzig. Liverpool Football Club is a professional football club based in Liverpool, England. The club competes in the Premier League, the top tier of English football. Image Credit: endowataru/instagram
Heute habe ich eine unglaubliche Geschichte für dich, die dir zeigen wird, dass in einer einzigen Entscheidung, etwas Neues zu tun und seine Komfortzone zu verlassen, das Potential steckt, dein restliches Leben im positiven Sinn völlig auf den Kopf zu stellen. Was der junge Marvin Gaye und der noch jüngere Stevie Wonder damit zu tun haben? Finde es heraus! Mein neues Buch: https://amzn.to/44SHBu0 Der Link zum Video: https://youtu.be/oGVJDX8XV5E One Love. One Dream. One Team. Dein Lars Komm zu meiner IMAGINE TOUR 2023: 18.10. Wien 19.10. München (ausverkauft) 22.10. Neu-Isenburg 23.10. Stuttgart 24.10. Hannover 26.10. Hamburg (ausverkauft) 27.10. Hamburg (ausverkauft) 02.11. Erfurt 03.11. Magdeburg 04.11. Leipzig 11.11. Berlin 12.11. Dresden 14.11. Düsseldorf (ausverkauft) Bestell dir hier deine Tickets: https://www.myticket.de/de/lars-amend-imagine-tour-23-der-soundtrack-deines-lebens-tickets Noch mehr über Lars: - Der kostenlose Magic Monday Newsletter: https://www.lars-amend.de/ - Lars auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/larsamend/
Today With Manuela Keller & Philip McKay: Today's episode is sponsored by Messe Stuttgart, a German company that specializes in organizing trade shows, particularly for the home decor industry. They have been in the trade show business for more than 80 years, annually organizing around 60 shows and 100 conferences worldwide. Manuela Keller and Philip McKay are joining us to tell us all about two upcoming events: Sun Shading Expo 2023 and R+T 2024, which will both bring together the sun shading and textiles industries. Here, you will be able to maximize your time and meet the right people to discuss business opportunities for the entire sun shading product range. More About Manuela Keller & Philip McKay About Manuela: Manuela Keller is an experienced manager of international trade shows and events around the globe, with a proven track record in the event services industry since 2006. She has knowledge in strategic planning, business development, marketing strategy, event management and management. Starting as an intern in the international department of Messe Stuttgart in 2006, she soon took on more responsibility and became project manager for official German Pavilions - joint company participations - at trade shows in all parts of the world - including SXSW (South by Southwest) in Austin, SolarPower in Anaheim, IMTS in Chicago, ArabHealth in Dubai - to name just a few. In 2009, Manuela became the project manager of R+T Asia, the leading international trade show for the sun control and door industry in the ASEAN region. Other trade fairs such as R+T Middle East, R+T Russia, R+T Turkey and R+T South America were added over the years. Today, she is Manager of Exhibitions and Events and responsible for the international trade shows of the R+T Alliance - R+T Asia (Shanghai, China), R+T Turkey (Istanbul, Turkey), Sun Shading Expo North America (changing locations/USA) and APAExpo by R+T (Barcelona, Spain). Manuela Keller is also part of the project team for R+T - the World's Leading Trade Fair for Roller Shutters, Doors and Sun Shading Systems. Among other things, she is responsible for the overarching exchange with the international association partners and supporters, the strategic and thematic support of the international conference program and the processing of international exhibitor and visitor inquiries, as well as the management of the international sales force. With more than 17 years of experience in organizing international trade shows, she brings remarkable added value and her global network to the organization of this outstanding, internationally renowned trade show. The international trade fair heart beats in the middle of the dynamic Stuttgart region. Over 60 trade fairs and more than 100 congresses and events are held every year at our venue. We also operate all over the world and maintain a network of foreign representatives in 51 countries. She has been married for more than 20 years and is a proud mother of a 10 year old son. As a balance to her working life, she likes to go for long walks in the nearby forest or attend live concerts - preferably punk or alternative rock. About Philip: Philip McKay has a proven track record as a successful senior executive with leading event companies. Before becoming President of Messe Stuttgart IncPhilip founded nGage Events LLC. in 2012. nGage became the premier hosted buyer events company in North America where it produced over 15 events a year across many industries. Phil McKay also served in many executive positions for some of the largest trade show producers in the globe such as: Executive VP for Questex Media and was responsible for their hosted model events and technology group. He has also served as Senior Vice President of the World Market Center in Las Vegas in charge of growing their event portfolio in the furniture, gift and home accessories industries. Mr. McKay held the position of Group Vice President and General Manager at Gartner's Vision Events, where he managed the teams of 10 different brands which were leaders in the hosted events in each of their verticals. He also served as Senior Vice President of International Business Development & Operations for Key3Media Group, overseeing the company's portfolio of COMDEX and N+I with 20 plus markets in Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. Prior to Key3Media, McKay was Group Managing Director for Penton Media. In 2004, Philip McKay was recognized and awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from Tradeshow Week magazine for his outstanding and distinguished contributions to the global events industry. Philip McKay is a past member of the board of directors of SISO. He was an active member in the Massachusetts Convention Center Advisory Board, also was past chairman of IAEE Senior Executive Advisory Board and The Future Strategy of Trade Fairs. He also was a past member of the Research Committee of CEIR and editorial advisory board member of Trade Show Executive Magazine. He is a proud father of two men, and three grandchildren. When Phil is not working in his gardens and spoiling his grandchildren, you will find him on the golf course. Connect with Manuela Keller & Philip McKay Sun Shading Expo R+T 2024 A Big THANK YOU to Today's Podcast Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Messe Stuttgart
EPISODE SUMMARY: Paul Anderson is the CEO of Workhouse media and he has experience representing major talents,Media producing podcasts, movies, and ad campaigns, as well as working in real estate and venture capital companies. Anderson discusses his multitude of business ventures and how he identifies and cultivates success in talented people and businesses.On this episode of Chachi Loves Everybody, Chachi talks to Paul Anderson about:Going to law school and working for the DOJ before representing media and tech companies in SeattleHow a chance encounter with Bob Rivers led him to working with radio talentFinding talented radio personalities and turning them into enterprises symbiotic partnershipsForming a bond with the late Bob SagetProducing the movie 2 Weeks and his experience working on a filmStarting Workhouse creative and working on the award-winning Microsoft Beautiful Web campaignPivoting to podcast production and the ingredients for a great podcastHis current ventures including Atlas Capital which invests in hemp products and the the real estate firm Bauhaus partnersThe philanthropic work he is involved in such as Gokidgo which creates children's content and the Shaufler Prize which he created to award journalistic content focusing on marginalized people And more!ABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST: Paul Anderson is the CEO of Workhouse Media, Inc., a leading audio first multi-platform talent + content management and production company with clients and partnerships working across radio, podcasting, television, and digital. He represents some of the biggest talent in the industry including Dan Patrick, Ricky Smiley Shonda Rhimes, and the late Bob Saget. He produced award-winning podcasts including including Cold, The Letter, Aftershock, Solar, and several others. He won two Telly Awards for marketing campaigns he produced for Microsoft, and he produced a movie called Two Weeks with Sally Field. He's also a partner at a venture capital firm, a principal owner of a real estate development company with properties in five different states, and a board member for GoKidGo, a podcast company focused on content for kids.ABOUT THE PODCAST: Chachi Loves Everybody is brought to you by Benztown and hosted by the President of Benztown, Dave “Chachi” Denes. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the myths and legends of the radio industry.PEOPLE MENTIONED: Bob Rivers, Lisa Decker, Don Bouloukos, Kirk McEwan, Mark, and Lopez, Ryan Seacrest, Dan Patrick, Bob Pittman, Woody, Bob Saget, John McConnell, Keith Kauffman, Steve Stockman, Jonathan Groff, Danny Bonaduce, Sally Fields, Ben ChaplinTom Cavanagh, Julianne Nicholson, Clea DuVall, Kieth Rivers, Alex Clare, Dave Cawley, David Harbor, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Sarah Wayne Callies, Jeff Schmidt, Mark Ramsey, Ben Haber, Margaret Atwood, 50 CentABOUT BENZTOWN: Benztown is a leading international audio imaging, production library, voiceover, programming, podcasting, and jingle production company with over 3,000 affiliations on six different continents. Benztown provides audio brands and radio stations of all formats with end-to-end imaging and production, making high-quality sound and world-class audio branding a reality for radio stations of all market sizes and budgets. Benztown was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 by Inc. magazine for five consecutive years as one of America's Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies. With studios in Los Angeles, New York, London and Stuttgart, Benztown offers the highest quality audio imaging work parts for 23 libraries across 14 music and spoken word formats including AC, Hot AC, CHR, Country, Hip Hop and R&B, Rhythmic, Classic Hits, Rock, News/Talk, Sports, and JACK. Benztown provides custom VO and imaging across all formats, including commercial VO and copywriting in partnership with Yamanair Creative. Benztown Radio Networks produces, markets, and distributes high-quality programming and services to radio stations around the world, including: The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 Countdown, The Daily Dees Show, The Todd-N-Tyler Radio Empire, Hot Mix, Sunday Night Slow Jams with R Dub!, Flashback, Top 10 Now, AudioLogger, Audio Architecture, Radio Merch Shop, The Rooster Show Prep, AmeriCountry, and Benztown Swag Bank. Benztown + McVay Media Podcast Networks produces and markets premium podcasts including: The Making of: A National Geographic Podcast, Run It Again, Hot Chicken and Cage-Free Conversation with Byron Kennedy, and Edelman Financial Engines' Everyday Wealth.Web: benztown.comFacebook: facebook.com/benztownradioTwitter: @benztownradioLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/benztownInstagram: instagram.com/benztownradio
EPISODE SUMMARY: Peter Smyth is a legendary leader in broadcasting and the former chairman and CEO of Greater Media. He currently sits on the board of WBUR in Boston and is president of the Hundred Club of MA. Smyth shares how his background in business and passion for people helped bring innovative ideas to the broadcast industry and his leadership advice. Special guest Jeff Smulyan also joins to discuss his friendship with Peter.On this episode of Chachi Loves Everybody, Chachi talks to Peter Smyth about:Growing up in Tarrytown outside of NYC with a passion for radio, but being pushed towards finance by his fatherLearning many skills while working at Nestle, but turning down opportunities with them to pursue radioStruggling at first as an account exec at WROR in Boston before using his business acumen to secure clientsIntroducing innovative ideas after getting promoted to GSM and working with Celtics broadcasters during the Larry Bird and Magic Johnson eraMoving back to New York to become director of sales at WOR at 29 and having to prove himself every day that he was worthy of leading at his young ageTaking another job in Boston and transforming WMJX from “tragic Magic” into a highly rated station as GMHis method of in-depth strategizing and planning as well as always telling the truth and keeping open communication that lead to Magic's successBecoming the COO of Greater Media and his method of ensuring stations were live and local, grounded in community, and had great personnelStepping in as Chairman and CEO after the passing of his friend and mentor, John Bordes, and continuing the vision of running a family company even through the recessionThe tough decision to sell Greater Media and his philanthropic work since then with the RAB, WBUR, and the Hundred Club of MassachusettsAnd more!ABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST: Peter Smyth is recognized as a visionary and thought leader in the radio broadcasting industry. He most recently served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Greater Media, Inc., one of the nation's leading broadcasting companies. In this role, Smyth oversaw the operational efforts of 21 AM and FM radio stations in Boston, Charlotte, Detroit, Philadelphia and New Jersey; a group of weekly newspapers in central New Jersey; and several telecommunications towers throughout the United States. Over the past three decades, Smyth served in a variety of capacities within Greater Media, including General Manager of WMJX-FM in Boston, Vice President of the Radio Group, and Chief Operating Officer of Greater Media, Inc. He began his career in broadcasting in 1977 as an account executive with WROR-FM in Boston and was quickly promoted to General Sales Manager, a position he held for the next five years. In 1983, RKO General, the parent company of WOR, recruited him to serve as general sales manager of its New York stations, where he directed the company's sales operations until his departure in 1986 to work at Greater Media. Smyth helped to revolutionize the broadcasting industry by advocating for and adopting new technologies such as HD Radio and internet streaming, and by developing and incorporating innovative content to improve media communications and meet the emerging demands of the industry and its advertisers. He was named a “Giant of American Broadcasting” by the Library of American Broadcasting in 2014. Radio Ink Magazine, a leading broadcast industry publication, in 2005 and 2011, selected Smyth as “America's Best Broadcaster.” In addition, he has been recognized as one of Radio Ink's “40 Most Powerful People in Radio,” ranking among the top ten. In 2007, the publication named him “Radio Executive of the Year.” An active philanthropist, Smyth currently serves on the Board of Directors of New England Baptist Hospital and as president of the One Hundred Club of Massachusetts, an organization dedicated to enhancing the welfare and safety of the families of public safety officers and firefighters. He is a past member of the Board of Trustees of Emerson College and the United Way of Massachusetts. Additionally, he is a member of the Advisory Board for US Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management. In 2007, he received the “Humanitarian of the Year” Award from the Hundred Club of Massachusetts and the Golden Mike Award from the Broadcasters Foundation of America for exemplary service in the radio Industry. Smyth was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Commerce degree from Suffolk University in Boston in 2011 and was inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2017.ABOUT THE PODCAST: Chachi Loves Everybody is brought to you by Benztown and hosted by the President of Benztown, Dave “Chachi” Denes. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the myths and legends of the radio industry.PEOPLE MENTIONED: Heidi Raphael, The Gambling Family, Joan Hamburg, Bernie Meltzer, Joe Franklin, Ed Koch, Frank Sinatra, Bob Williamson, O'Neil family, Herb McCord, Peter Bordes. John Bordes, Phil Redo, Curt Hahn, Bob Harper, Don Kelly, John Fullam, Tom Bender, Dan Mason, Bob Pittman, Buzz Knight, Caroline Beasley, Erica Farber, Margaret Low, Norman Knight, Traug KellerABOUT BENZTOWN: Benztown is a leading international audio imaging, production library, voiceover, programming, podcasting, and jingle production company with over 3,000 affiliations on six different continents. Benztown provides audio brands and radio stations of all formats with end-to-end imaging and production, making high-quality sound and world-class audio branding a reality for radio stations of all market sizes and budgets. Benztown was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 by Inc. magazine for five consecutive years as one of America's Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies. With studios in Los Angeles, New York, London and Stuttgart, Benztown offers the highest quality audio imaging work parts for 23 libraries across 14 music and spoken word formats including AC, Hot AC, CHR, Country, Hip Hop and R&B, Rhythmic, Classic Hits, Rock, News/Talk, Sports, and JACK. Benztown provides custom VO and imaging across all formats, including commercial VO and copywriting in partnership with Yamanair Creative. Benztown Radio Networks produces, markets, and distributes high-quality programming and services to radio stations around the world, including: The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 Countdown, The Daily Dees Show, The Todd-N-Tyler Radio Empire, Hot Mix, Sunday Night Slow Jams with R Dub!, Flashback, Top 10 Now, AudioLogger, Audio Architecture, Radio Merch Shop, The Rooster Show Prep, AmeriCountry, and Benztown Swag Bank. Benztown + McVay Media Podcast Networks produces and markets premium podcasts including: The Making of: A National Geographic Podcast, Run It Again, Hot Chicken and Cage-Free Conversation with Byron Kennedy, and Edelman Financial Engines' Everyday Wealth.Web: benztown.comFacebook: facebook.com/benztownradioTwitter: @benztownradioLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/benztownInstagram: instagram.com/benztownradio
Es gibt diese Tage, an denen scheinbar alles schiefgeht. Du bekommst schlechte Nachrichten, dein Kind macht auf dem teuren Perserteppich Pippi und du streitest dich wegen nichts mit deinem Partner. Solche Tage kennen wir alle. Und genau für diese „Regenwettertage“ habe ich jetzt ein Gedankenspiel für dich, das dein Leben verändern wird. Mein neues Buch: https://amzn.to/44SHBu0 One Love. One Dream. One Team. Dein Lars Komm zu meiner IMAGINE TOUR 2023: 18.10. Wien 19.10. München (ausverkauft) 22.10. Neu-Isenburg 23.10. Stuttgart 24.10. Hannover 26.10. Hamburg (ausverkauft) 27.10. Hamburg (ausverkauft) 02.11. Erfurt 03.11. Magdeburg 04.11. Leipzig 11.11. Berlin 12.11. Dresden 14.11. Düsseldorf (ausverkauft) Bestell dir hier deine Tickets: https://www.myticket.de/de/lars-amend-imagine-tour-23-der-soundtrack-deines-lebens-tickets Noch mehr über Lars: - Der kostenlose Magic Monday Newsletter: https://www.lars-amend.de/ - Lars auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/larsamend/
In der stündlich anschwellenden Podcast-Szene, in der es immer schwieriger wird, Aufmerksamkeit zu erzeugen, sind uns Gäste, die mit irgendeinem Superlativ aufwarten können, natürlich die Liebsten. Gerne Olympia-Gold, gerne eine Mondlandung, aber die Bezeichnung "weltbekannt" reicht zur Not auch. Christoph Niemann ist ein weltweit bekannter und erfolgreicher Illustrator und Graphiker, seine Bücher sind Schatztruhen, voll mit liebevollen Geschichten und Beobachtungen. Nach dem Studium in Stuttgart zog der heute 48-Jährige nach New York und es dauerte nicht lange, bis er dort reüssierte. Niemand weiß, wie viele Cover des New Yorker er inzwischen gestaltet hat und wie viele Auszeichnungen er für seine zahlreichen Arbeiten bekam. Seit 2008 lebt Niemann mit seiner Familie in Berlin, er hätte also längst schon mal vorbeischauen können. Schwamm drüber. Wir freuen uns sehr auf zwei Stunden mit Bild-Erzähler Christoph Niemann in der Hörbar Rust.
Paul and Chris react to the signing of Wataru Endo from Stuttgart as the Reds look to bolster their midfield options with what could be a very astute signing. The Japan captain comes in with rumours of Cheick Doucoure following him, as Liverpool look to rescue their poor end to the Summer transfer window!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chloe is here for the last Redmen Bitesize of the week as she reacts Liverpool's announcement of Wataru Endo from Stuttgart, Arthur Theate has been added to Liverpool's Centre-Back Shortlist and the news that Liverpool are back in for Bayern Munich player Ryan Gravenberch!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's episode Dave catches up with the latest Liverpool news and gossip. Liverpool have made a move as the Reds close in on the signing of Wataru Endo from Stuttgart. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dave & Karl look at Liverpool soon to be new signing as the Reds welcome Endo from Stuttgart to help fill the defensive midfield void. They then look at the game at the weekend as Liverpool take-on new look Bournemouth at Anfield.Prefer to listen to our shows without the ads? We've got your back, just head on over to http://anfieldindexpro.com and supercharge your listening experience.Chat and debate 24/7 with other Reds, join our FREE Discord community at https://bit.ly/3geu605Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3u9gYShFind us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3KWFxbdSubscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3KXImsjFREE iOS app: https://apple.co/3KSqdMGFREE Android app: https://bit.ly/32KMxqm Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Nina is joined by Bundesliga Jon Harding as the pair discuss the potential signing on Wataru Endo from Stuttgart. Jon answer's subscribers questions on the player and shares his thoughts on the player, what he could add to the midfield and squad. Jon also shares his thoughts on Klopp's future after Liverpool.All this and more on Media Matters.Prefer to listen to our shows without the ads? We've got your back, just head on over to http://anfieldindexpro.com and supercharge your listening experience.Chat and debate 24/7 with other Reds, join our FREE Discord community at https://bit.ly/3geu605Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3u9gYShFind us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3KWFxbdSubscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3KXImsjFREE iOS app: https://apple.co/3KSqdMG Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Skaffa plus på kampanj.aftonbladet.se/sillypodden eller lyssna på PodMe! Joao Felix buades ut på Wanda Metropolitano men kan Barcelona lösa en nödutgång för Atleticos rekordvärvning? Chelsea har sprungit på klausulproblem med Olise, Manchester City fortsätter jaga Paqueta och Doku, Liverpool shockade alla med att värva en 30-årig japan från Stuttgart och Leeds har fått ett spelaruppror på halsen.
LIVERPOOL MAKE BID FOR WATARU ENDO | BREAKING LIVERPOOL TRANSFER NEWSSte is here to react to the news that Liverpool have made a bid to sign 30-year-old Japanese international midfielder Wataru Endo from Bundesliga side Stuttgart!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Naar nu blijkt heeft Ajax een buitenkans gemist om Hiroki Ito (24) zes jaar geleden al binnen te halen. ,,De Japanner trainde in april en mei 2017 als stagespeler mee met Ajax Onder 18, Onder 19 en Jong Ajax, maar de Amsterdammers besloten van zijn komst af te zien”, zegt Ajax-volger Mike Verweij in de podcast Kick-off van De Telegraaf. De linksbenige Ito, die destijds als spelbepaler op het middenveld speelde, kreeg goede beoordelingen. Maar toenmalig hoofd opleidingen Saïd Ouaali en de vertrokken directeur voetbalzaken Marc Overmars vonden Ito te duur. ,,De som die destijds moest worden betaald, is een fractie van de transfersom (meer dan vijftien miljoen euro) die nu wordt verlangd. Afgelopen week verwees Stuttgart het Ajax-bod van die hoogte naar de prullenbak”, aldus Verweij. Wat Ouaali en Overmars zes jaar geleden precies moesten betalen, is niet bekend. Maar het is een bedrag dat onder een half miljoen ligt. Vorig jaar kocht Sven Mislintat als technisch directeur van VfB Stuttgart de toen 23-jarige Ito voor 400 duizend euro. Als hij hem nu naar de Johan Cruijff ArenA wil halen, maakt hij twaalf maanden later (minimaal) het veertigvoudige over. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Warum tun wir uns alle so schwer, offen und ehrlich über Geld zu reden? Warum ist Geld, das wir schließlich alle verdienen müssen, um Teil des gesellschaftlichen Lebens zu sein, so negativ besetzt? Hat man zu wenig, schämt man sich oft, hat man sehr sehr viel davon, versucht man es oft zu verschweigen. „Über Geld spricht man nicht!“ Mit diesem Mindset bin ich noch aufgewachsen. Zum Glück hat sich daran in den letzten Jahren schon viel geändert, aber dennoch wissen die allermeisten Menschen im Prinzip nichts über das System „Geld“. Heute spreche ich mit einem Mann, der Experte im Geld verdienen ist. Philipp J. Müller ist Gründer, Visionär, Börsenmultimillionär und das Gesicht der PJM Investment Akademie. Mit fast 30 Jahren Erfahrung gehört er zu den erfolgreichsten Investoren im deutschsprachigen Raum. Im Alter von 33 Jahren hätte sich Philipp bereits zur Ruhe setzen können, doch entschied sich dazu, sein Wissen allen Menschen zugänglich zu machen und gründete daraufhin Europas erfolgreichste und staatlich anerkannte Investment Akademie. Ein außergewöhnliches Gespräch über Dankbarkeit, Demut, Geld, Bildung, soziale Herkunft, das deutsche Schulsystem und warum es sich für jeden von uns jederzeit lohnt, ob 15 oder 65 Jahre alt, seine Finanzen sauber zu regeln und Schritt für Schritt in seine Zukunft zu investieren. Du willst mehr? Hier gibt es einen kostenlosen Online-Workshop von Philipp: https://pjmu.de/ufRmi Mein neues Buch: https://amzn.to/44SHBu0 One Love. One Dream. One Team. Dein Lars Komm zu meiner IMAGINE TOUR 2023: 18.10. Wien // 19.10. München (ausverkauft) // 22.10. Neu-Isenburg // 23.10. Stuttgart // 24.10. Hannover // 26.10. Hamburg (ausverkauft) // 27.10. Hamburg (ausverkauft) // 02.11.Erfurt // 03.11. Magdeburg // 04.11. Leipzig // 11.11. Berlin // 12.11. Dresden // 14.11. Düsseldorf Bestell dir hier deine Tickets: https://www.myticket.de/de/lars-amend-imagine-tour-23-der-soundtrack-deines-lebens-tickets Noch mehr über Lars: - Der kostenlose Magic Monday Newsletter: https://www.lars-amend.de/ - Lars auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/larsamend/
Manchmal vergisst man in all der Hektik des Alltags wer man ist, was man will und was wirklich zählt im Leben. In diesem Podcast möchte ich dich wieder an das Wesentliche erinnern. Mein neues Buch: https://amzn.to/44SHBu0 One Love. One Dream. One Team. Dein Lars Komm zu meiner IMAGINE TOUR 2023: 18.10. Wien // 19.10. München (ausverkauft) // 22.10. Neu-Isenburg // 23.10. Stuttgart // 24.10. Hannover // 26.10. Hamburg (ausverkauft) // 27.10. Hamburg (ausverkauft) // 02.11.Erfurt // 03.11. Magdeburg // 04.11. Leipzig // 11.11. Berlin // 12.11. Dresden // 14.11. Düsseldorf Bestell dir hier deine Tickets: https://www.myticket.de/de/lars-amend-imagine-tour-23-der-soundtrack-deines-lebens-tickets Noch mehr über Lars: - Der kostenlose Magic Monday Newsletter: https://www.lars-amend.de/ - Lars auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/larsamend/