The Newcomers Network is a website designed, created and operated by Communication Solution GmbH based in Frankfurt, Germany. Our goal with this portal is to create a lively and useful platform for the international community to discuss, explore and enjoy their stay in Germany.
The Newcomers Network is a complement to existing resources that are designed to help out the expat community living in the Frankfurt-Rhein-Main region.
Held annually since 2001 in Frankfurt, the Newcomers Festival consists of an family-oriented exhibition of services clubs and organizations for the expatriate community that is attended by up to 5,000 visitors from 30 countries.
For more information, consult our website at www.newcomers-festival.de.
Along with the Newcomers Festival, the Newcomers Guide is another practical tool designed to help English-speaking expats get off to a good start in their stay in the region.
Published annually by Communication Solution GmbH, this 120-page English-language publication is an essential reference guide that takes readers step-by-step through the process of adjusting to life in the region. Much of the information in the Newcomers Guide is also posted on this website.
However, if you are interested in ordering the printed editions, please click here
- Newcomers Guide - Welcome to Frankfurt Rhein Main
- Newcomers Guide - Welcome to Düsseldorf & Rhein-Ruhr
- Newcomers Guide - Welcome to Munich & Bavaria
- Newcomers Guide - Welcome to Rhein-Neckar
- Newcomers Guide - Welcome to Mittelhessen
The publisher of Newcomers Network is David Hart, managing director of Communication Solution GmbH. Communication Solution is a specialized communication and public relations agency based in Frankfurt. David previously worked as a news editor for the Wall Street Journal Europe and managing editor for English-language publications at the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. He also served as Vice President of Content Development at www.monster.de -- Germany's largest online job board. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, where his focus was on international economics and finance.