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This is how the residents of Expo Park celebrate in Aspria

Hanover.The Expo Park site is being expanded and local residents are celebrating. This time, the “Expo Park Hannover Association” led by Uwe Klingenberg (62) invited the Aspria Island Beach Club for networking: 70 guests celebrated there with a fantastic sunset.

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The new health center moves to Expo Park

Brand new were Marcus Schönaich (46) and Sascha Hashemi-Fard (45). The two doctors run the “Die Sportstrategien” medical practice. This is still located in the Calenberger Esplanade, but now they also want to move into the Expo Park: “We want to expand significantly,” says Schönaich happily: “We have been looking in Hanover for three years, but the net rental prices were clearly shocked. We are all happier to be able to live our dream and to have found a suitably large plot of land in the Expo Park “.

His studio will be located on the site of the former Portuguese pavilion. The two doctors have big plans, they have a holistic concept in mind for the new location, in addition to their office they also want to include a medical supply store, as well as offer medical therapies and treatments as well as various beauty treatments. “We see our practice more as a lifestyle offering, where we can help people live happier lives.”

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Sports strategists: Marcus Schönaich and Sascha Hashemi-Fard.

Herbert Riegler and Tobias Piechler of Riegler & Partner Holding move directly from Austria to the Expo site. They are planning a large co-working space on the site, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2023. The six-story building will have 11,800 square meters of office space and is already fully leased except for the top floor. “It is really great how the Expo Park is rapidly transforming into a center with a wide variety of offerings”, host Uwe Klingenberg is delighted with the future neighbors.

Globetrotter: Joerma Biernat, gin producer from Hanover.

Globetrotter: Joerma Biernat, gin producer from Hanover.

Jorma Biernath (55), on the other hand, goes from Hanover to the world. The experienced landscape gardener, who lived in Japan for two years and walked the Silk Road during this time, is currently sailing on a beautiful twin-masted sailing ship from Hanover via the Leine and Aller north to the twin city of Hanover. , Bristol England and make donations collect. On board he has a huge barrel of his Hanoverian gin, which he makes himself. He got the herbs and medicinal plants he needs for aroma from Hanover and England, so gin is a product of German-English friendship.

With a sailing ship to England

“Prince Heinrich christened the boat last year,” he proudly says: “The ship is currently moored in Achim, we are gradually moving forward, cooking on board, living together.” The crew is made up of volunteers who are enthusiastic about the idea: “Anyone can come to us and accompany us for a while”, invites the Hanoverian globetrotter. He sees the campaign as an advertisement for Hanover, for tourism and international understanding with England: “This is what drives me: I want to maintain this connection and redesign it. I want to bring together people who otherwise would never have met. Encounters are that. that makes our lives improve “.

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As Biernath looks to England, Uwe Klingenberg is already looking for the next party location for the Expo Lounge. “Now we want to regularly invite people to the lounge, always in different places in Hanover, and thus bring the people of this city together.”

By Maike Jacobs

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