By Jan Henric Buettner

WEISSENHAUS Wishes You a Happy New Year!



Dear Companists and potential investors,

The WEISSENHAUS team wishes you a happy new year! If there are only half as many events in 2015 as in 2014, this will be a great year.

And who would have thought that time would go by so fast. January 15th is fast approaching, and all the things that happened over the past 6 months are becoming clear only in retrospect because this was an incredible time:   

While running Europe's biggest crowdfunding campaign, we celebrated the grand opening of WEISSENHAUS (including all the minor and major problems related to this opening), received numerous awards, prizes, criticism, and praise, and were thrilled so much by the feedback we got from our guests that we are now even more highly motivated than ever before in spite of all the work we are facing at the beginning of this year.

Thus, I would like to dedicate this last update to the people who have made all this possible in the first place: Our more than 100 employees are the secret stars of WEISSENHAUS, and they are literally working behind the scenes day and night in order to enable all guests to experience our motto of "confident nonchalance" themselves.

This team (and of course our guests as well) deserve some last words. To me, it is definitely an honor to be able to work with these extraordinary people.



Best regards from WEISSENHAUS

Jan Henric Buettner


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