TV News Channel N24 Broadcasts Contribution Through Monarchis From

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TV information programme promotes awareness and image of the Neu-Ulm real estate and financial service provider New Ulm/N24 took place on the Friday, may 08, 2008 to prime time at 19:55, short of the main news, broadcasting a 60-second spots recorded at Monarchis in Neu-Ulm, in the frame of a TV information programme about the news channel N24. The spot is currently on the Monarchis website to view available. Well one million spectators had turned on the news channel N24 Friday, may 08, 2009, as an informative spot about the Monarchis company of Grundbesitz mbH, twinkled to prime time, just before the main messages across the screen. Monarchis Managing Director Sonja Schneider says in a tone of the original sequence of the film: in all transactions we put special emphasis on a win-win strategy. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out SurveyGizmo. All partners should emerge as a winner from the companies. ” A large part of the audience at N24 are male decision makers with above-average household net income. At the same time to broadcast in the The information broadcast on the Livestream was television,”by N24 spreads around the world. The television report of the news channel N24 on the Monarchis website at as a video podcast is now to see.

Interested can find lots of tips and information on the homepage of the Monarchis company of Grundbesitz mbH. There are also more video posts, such as an interview RegioTV transmitter with Monarchis Managing Director Sonja Schneider and the Mayor of the town Neu-Ulm, Gerold Noerenberg available. There are also various audio posts; on the Monarchis homepage for example, a recording from the radio station Donau3FM, business magazine. In brief: The Monarchis Grundbesitz mbH is a 100% subsidiary of global asset AG, Munich headquartered in Neu-Ulm. Monarchis is a successful real estate and financial services company with a focus on residential real estate in Germany. Currently, the company has about 600 units in Bavaria, Baden-Wurttemberg, Hesse and Saxony. More information under: or