Enthusiasm that unites:
Our heart beats for the city
Pressing ahead with open dialogs. Sharing visions of the future. Shaping city life. This is all in a day’s work for City Management Hamburg. For more than two decades, we have actively shaped the future of the Hanseatic city. And we’ve been successful! So that the Gateway to the World advances further in international rankings and visitors will continue to find their way to the heart of Hamburg.
Representatives of central Hamburg’s retail trade, gastronomy, hotel business, culture, recreation, services, tourism, and real estate trade have joined together in a network. Our goal is to increase Hamburg’s international standing as a retail trade location.
Best practices, social and societal change, international trends: Behind these slogans are interests that City Management Hamburg actively seeks to advance – every day! We see changes not as backsliding, but as an opportunity. Our community provides innovative impulses that we put into practice as concrete actions. In so doing, we promote the diversity of central Hamburg and its genuine Hanseatic flair. From the city. For the city.
City Manager Brigitte Engler is active for the future of central Hamburg
The Hanseatic city has nearly limitless potential.
STRONG NETWORK, GREAT IDEAS
Over 850 businesses in central Hamburg representing a variety of different industries are active in City Management Hamburg. Members from retail trade, services, and gastronomy join together with property owners, landlords, and associations.
New ideas for Hamburg’s city center are jointly conceived in open dialog – ideas that benefit everyone. This is not only good for the urban landscape and what it offers, but also for the future of central Hamburg. It is only if everyone works together on the Hamburg of tomorrow that diversity in the center of the city can continue to flourish.
WHEN ACTIONS FOLLOW WORDS
For over 20 years, City Management Hamburg has been active in representing interests. In everything we do, our focus is on transparently promoting common goals. And that is not all: In the Hanseatic spirit of reliability, we do not merely provide ideas but put them into practice as well. In doing so, we promote the downtown area’s diversity for visitors and Hamburg natives alike. No matter whether it is representing interests in general, marketing, and media work, or hosting events
COMMON VALUES AND THE WILLINGNESS TO TRANSFORM
Acting in concert with our members, we have successfully dedicated ourselves to a strong and vibrant central Hamburg. A city center that – as Hamburg’s beating heart – inspires the city’s residents as well as visitors from Germany and the world.
We also keep interested parties up to date on all the news and provide details of upcoming events. In addition to matters of cleanliness and security, we promote social projects and realize events and functions: from shopping Sundays to film festivals and our fairytale ships all the way to new cooperative ventures, with the goal of creating new experiences. Our actions contribute to making central Hamburg noticeably more attractive.
For over 20 years, we have seen ourselves as a values-oriented community that maintains a dialog, reliably collects proposals with the aim of achieving practical solutions, and in so doing shapes the future, especially that of the city center. I experience Hamburg’s City Management as exceptionally integrative, cooperative, and high profile. I find its great communicative strength shows itself within the scope of its cooperation in the St. Jacobi Round Table.
From spectacular individual actions, to the established event, to the long-term, sustainable pursuit of crucial goals for the city center area, central Hamburg speaks with one voice thanks to City Management Hamburg.
DR. SEBASTIAN BINGER
General Manager of Otto Wulff BID Gesellschaft
I experience City Management Hamburg as exceptionally integrative, cooperative, and high profile. I find its great communicative strength shows itself within the scope of its cooperation in the St. Jacobi Round Table.
Senior pastor and provost, Lutheran Main Church St. Jacobi