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Members can widen their contacts, share experience and facilitate further business development both in expert talk and the manifold AGA-workshops (Praxis [Forum]).The topics range from employment law to consultancy.The museum building was commissioned by the businessman and patron Ludwig Roselius, who owned a considerable collection of Paula Modersohn-Becker’s work.The building’s architect, Bernhard Hoetger, designed a unique building that is considered one of the most important examples of Expressionist architecture in Germany; it was opened in 1927 as a museum.The Böttcherstraße Museums (Museen Böttcherstraße) provide the architectural and cultural highlight of the Böttcherstraße ensemble.
The picturesque Böttcherstraße in the heart of the Hanseatic city of Bremen is known for its ornate brick architecture.
The AGA offers members a broad range of products and services such as business reports with the latest economic trends and short-term prospects, free of charge, designed to benefit your business.
The AGA has an extensive network of contacts with political leaders, Government bodies and agencies at national and regional level, and the media.
In 1994 the savings bank Sparkasse Bremen invested in the museum’s restoration and expansion.
Today the museum provides an overview of every phase of the artist’s oeuvre.
On this site you will find useful information to help and guide you through the processes of running your business.