Openness, serenity, tolerance, freedom, commitment, directness, and creativity is what makes Berlin Berlin. Throughout history, we see the city grow and succeed when people with different backgrounds come together. Berlin is a diverse city. When people with diverse areas of knowledge come together, they have the opportunity to create something fantastic.
I researched and found out the best clubs are the ones that focus on networking and rotate with the people and the location. I decided the best way to do this is to hold each event in a different neighborhood. This lets you experience the cultural wealth across the entire city.
The theory of networking is not make small talk but to create bonds and lasting relationships. By keeping events short, people value their time much more and spend it more wisely when meeting new people.
A group requires diversity but at the same time a common fundamental. A group has to be creative and dynamic; it requires diversity in skills but alignment in their set of values. By accepting only a few, we are mixing the social pool for members to make new bonds.
Open up. Don’t be afraid of fear itself. Don’t let fear stop you from trying something new and different. Drink a little and talk to someone you would never talk to; get to know them a little; learn from them. Everyone knows something you don’t.
As an event-based company, AusserGewöhnlich Berlin has launched a webpage that helps members of our community trade services. The Hanse Call: From job opportunities to services for cleaning and disinfection, AusserGewöhnlich continues to provide a platform for partnership among the members.
Below are some unique ways Berlin creatives are tackling the issues brought by the virus:
Locals have come together to collect emergency funding for at-risk nightlife workers in Berlin. The shutting down of nightclubs means these people are out of jobs, and this emergency funding helps mitigate the economic damage that COVID-19 is creating.