BTEA Meeting 2018 in Berlin: Get Connected

The Baker Tilly Europe Alliance Meeting 2018 got more than100 business partners from different countries connected in the melting pot of Berlin. Ted Verkade, CEO & President of Baker Tilly International, and Alan Whitman, CEO of Baker Tilly Virchow Krause in the US were among the speakers and participants.

Get connected in Berlin

The annual business meeting of the Baker Tilly Europe Alliance, a collaboration between the TPA Group in CEE and Baker Tilly Germany, was held from 6 – 8 July in Berlin. The motto of the networking and business developing event was ‘Get Connected’. The international participants (from all over Europe and even from the US) exchanged their business ideas and got to know each other.

Success Stories & Future Perspectives

Peter Eggers, partner of Baker Tilly in Germany opened the grand meeting and welcomed the attendees as the host of the event in Berlin. Aims of the event were building trust, exchanging business ideas and connecting through face-to-face talks with the alliance partners. Among the inspiring speeches and networking sessions the following topics were discussed:

  • Success stories and future perspectives: How to win new clients
  • What to expect of a professional service provider: Tax, Audit, Advisory
  • International speeches about how to grow stronger together

Exploring Berlin together: Boat Trip & FIFA World Cup 2018

Baker Tilly in Germany provided an excellent supporting program: The kick off for the event was an exclusive rooftop dinner on the famous Reichstag building. On Friday after the offical part of the event everybody joined on a boat trip on the Wannsee, which was followed by an excellent dinner at the Wannseeterrassen with a stunning view to the lake. Since there was important game of the FIFA World Cup 2018 happening that night, soccer fans among the attendees had the possibility to watch the match  after dinner. The meeting officially ended Saturday morning with guided tours to Berlin’s most famous hotspots and must sees.