Nestled in one of Germany’s greenest cities, adesso’s Hanover office is located a short hop away from nearby the trade fair centres. adessi can really focus on their work and their meetings thanks to the friendly atmosphere across two floors boasting modern furnishings and equipment. The scent of lavender wafting through makes the courtyard a great place to relax with a cup of coffee or a cool drink with colleagues after work, both in winter and in summer. You can also have group barbecues here, too.
On the green outskirts of Hanover
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adesso Hanover introduces itself
>> Being able to retain the freedom to act with the DNA of a start-up in a lot of situations despite our size is one of the main reasons we have been so successful on the market, been able to keep bringing new employees on board and, most importantly, one of the main reasons I enjoy my day-to-day work so much.
Office manager: Bijan Arjasbi
Hungry adessi are not short of options come lunchtime. There is a cafeteria in the building itself offering a delicious selection of sandwiches, a rotating range of fresh salads, wraps and other snacks at reasonable prices. There is also a variety of restaurants within walking distance, including Italian, Turkish and Chinese, as well as a supermarket that has a salad bar and a constantly changing selection of hot food to go.
We regularly organise employee breakfasts, which also double up as a chance to bring all the adessi up to speed on the latest goings-on in the adesso world. Plus, our barbecues on the terrace are also a great opportunity to get to know all your colleagues better. And of course, you will not want to miss out the after-work events held now and then!
When it gets hot in summer, the adessi can cool off on the Kronsberg hill or in the Eilenriede forest – Hanover’s green lung. After a short sightseeing tour along the city’s ‘Red Thread’, you can also enjoy a refreshing drink or an ice cream in one of the countless cafés along the Leine river. If sports are more your thing, you can try your hand at surfing on the ‘Leinewelle’ or take a pedal boat across the Maschsee lake. A visit to the Maschsee Lake Festival in August is a must for many.
As winter approaches, nothing beats the warming taste of a mug of mulled wine at the Christmas market around the Marktkirche.
Information on how to get there by car, by public transport and parking facilities
Arrival by car
From the A2/A7, take the B3 to Hermesallee. Then, take the B 6 exit heading towards Laatzen/Messe/Plaza and drive along Emmy-Noether-Allee until you reach Kattenbrookstrift 33. Parking is available on the edge of the plaza and in the side streets.
Arrival by public transport
From Hanover main station, take the U 8 metro line towards Messegelände and get off at Aegidientorplatz/Kröpcke. Change to the U 6 metro line towards Messe Ost/EXPO Plaza. Get off at Krügerskamp and walk along the building to the main entrance of LBS Nord.
We wish a pleasant journey!