BSBI Announces Second Issue of ‘Pioneer’ magazine

Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) is pleased to announce the publication of the second issue of its Pioneer magazine. Pioneer is a biannual magazine, dedicated to and created by BSBI students, providing them with a platform to express themselves through blogs, letters and personal stories.

The second edition features interviews with inspiring and successful entrepreneurs such as Maxi Knust, creator of FEMPRENEUR, a business that empowers women to embark on their entrepreneurial dreams and Cecil van Croy, founder of the learning platform, Charlie.education. In these interviews, they share their experiences and inspiration in bringing their business ideas to life.

A great focus in the latest magazine has been given to sustainability and environmental topics. A conversation with Raphael Fellmer, CEO of SURPLUS, a company dedicated to fighting food waste, is listed alongside advice on zero waste living, thoughts on sustainable business and the influence of Greta Thumberg.

True to its editorial choice to be a platform for students made by students, Pioneer features articles and columns written by BSBI learners as well as news showcasing recent activities and achievements by the school.

The second issue of Pioneer magazine is available online here.


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