21 Feb 2013
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21 February 2013
Live from Berlin: we analyse the role of Germany in Europe with the FT’s Quentin Peel, talk architecture with Matthias Sauerbruch, discuss the Berlin tech scene with Jess Erickson – producer at the General Assembly entrepreneurial space, and meet film director Charlie Woebcken – CEO of Studio Babelsberg.
21 February 2013
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