LONDON, September 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Lars Windhorst has made London his home
London the metropolis on the River Thames which is still one of the most popular cities in Europe, merges tradition, a fast pace and international flair more than any other destination. Like many other managers, financiers and business people, entrepreneur Lars Windhorst has made London his home. In an article in Manager Magazin in 2012 he presented the London that he, as the owner of a company, has come to know and love.* The British people's friendliness and stiff upper lip, the way they have mastered the art of queuing and preserve longstanding traditions like British teatime, not to mention the undisputed British sense of humour, all define the welcoming, vibrant atmosphere of London. In contrast to other capital cities like Berlin, it is apparent that London is a wealthy city - there is real money to be made here. London is a prime international financial centre; thousands of hedge funds are based in the British metropolis. In addition to economic dynamics, London also offers managers perspective a wealth of lifestyle options. Private members' clubs keep their traditions alive, world-class restaurants are the perfect setting for business talks, parks and green spaces are a good place to relax and unwind. Going for a morning jog in Hyde Park is a luxury that managers like Lars Windhorst indulge in before a long working day. Collectors and connoisseurs of art, Lars Windhorst included, are in their element at the Tate, Tate Modern, Serpentine Gallery and at the art auctions at Christie's and Sotheby's.
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* Article in Manager Magazin: "Olympia-Stadt für Manager: London will erobert werden" by Lars Windhorst, published on 31 July 2012