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A CAREER IN MUNICH
zeb has two offices in the Bavarian capital, Munich. In addition to its main office on Theresienwiese, zeb also runs a Digital Lab in Munich, where we offer consulting services about digital transformation.
THE MUNICH OFFICE
The view over the Theresienwiese, the Oktoberfest fairgrounds, is a highlight of our first Munich office. Furnished in the style of a Google office, the office has a fresh and modern atmosphere. In the large quiet zone you can work in peace and without interruption. In other areas of the office there is space for collaborative work or joint activities.
In the lounge—the hub of the office—people meet for lunch or a free coffee. This is also where the Office Academy takes place, an internal training series on relevant and current business topics. We often spend time together outside of work, for example at the regular Partner lunch or when visiting the Oktoberfest.
THE TABULARAZA OFFICE
Our second zeb office in Munich—our Digital Lab—is located very close to the main railway station. Here, the TABULARAZA team shows our clients what digital transformation in the financial sector looks and feels like. You can find further information about our TABULARAZA brand here.
Both offices can be easily reached by public transport and are only a few minutes away from the main railway station. From Munich Airport—the second largest in Germany and one of the key hubs for European air traffic—it takes 40 minutes to get to the city center by public transport.
LIFE IN MUNICH
The third largest city in Germany with 1.5 million inhabitants offers a high quality of life and is particularly attractive due to its location, its proximity to the Alps, the many lakes nearby and the short distance to Dolce Vita. Munich is also known as Germany’s beer capital. Numerous breweries, brewpubs and beer gardens are popular with locals and guests alike. The Oktoberfest—also called Wiesn—is the largest beer festival in the world and attracts over 7 million tourists to Munich every year.