Frankfurt, known as the Bavarian Finance Capital, is a modern, cosmopolitan and welcoming city that has managed to both conserve its traditions and open its door to a cutting-edge business world.
With 700,000 inhabitants, Frankfurt holds the fifth largest population in the country, after Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne. It is also one of the friendliest cities in Germany.
Although unofficially, Frankfurt is considered to be the economic and financial metropolis of the European Union. In fact, its streets are home to three major institutions — the European Central Bank (ECB), the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Börse Frankfurt (Frankfurt Stock Exchange).
By way of leadership in the stock market and business sectors, Frankfurt sets the perfect stage for Business Initiative Direction‘s upcoming convention — The International Arch of Europe Award— which awards companies around the world based on their commitment to total quality management, comprising innovation and customer satisfaction.
The event will take place on April 27th and 28th, 2013, in the InterContinental Hotel. More than 70 businesses will be attending the event and receiving an award for their Excellence & Leadership in Business.