In the last 2 decades we had a partnership with the commercial real estate project developer Olinah GmbH. Together we have worked with reputable companies from the trade and construction. So we could realize in the past few years many objects like hotels, shopping center, retirement homes and other commercial objects, together with various partners / Investors.
Currently our business stands on 3 pillars:
Deep Geothermal Energy
In the field of deep geothermal energy we are shareholders of a project company, and will build the first power plant (new patent) in 2018.
We also draw back on a wide-ranging network of project owners and developers, financial institutions, lawyers and notaries. So we are focused on advising investors for/during solar plant and Wind farm transactions. In Germany we have been working with local project developers, experienced project partners, leading EPCs, (european) renewable energy funds and financial institutions for years,
We can also add value to each project if necessary by personally bringing project management, management consulting and financing tools to a deal.
Food/non-Food & Metals
By diverse customer inquiries, we came to our newest business unit in the field of Commodities. We represent some buyers. In most cases, however, we are instructed or mandated to find seller, now and then also in cooperation with an experienced and trustworthy partner.
With next-level-solution we implement the KaiZen philosophy in the business areas Hotel, Gastronomy, Cruise & Shipping Industry.
Kai = Change
Zen = For the better
Kaizen is the practice of continuous improvement and it is recognized worldwide as an important pillar of an organization’s long-term competitive strategy. Kaizen is continuous improvement that is based on certain guiding principles/approach:
Good processes bring good results
Go see for yourself to grasp the current situation
Speak with data, manage by facts
Take action to contain and correct root causes of problems
Work as a team
Kaizen is everybody’s business
And much more!
One of the most notable features of kaizen is that big results
come from many small changes accumulated over time.
However, this has been misunderstood to mean that kaizen equals small changes. In fact, kaizen means everyone involved in making improvements.
While the majority of changes may be small, the greatest impact may be kaizens that are led by senior management as transformational projects, or by cross-functional teams as kaizen events.
updated: January 2017