KASSEL – Schloss Schönfeld


The Schloss Schönfeld sees itself as a Club which welcomes collaboration between business, politics, science and art. The Club opened in 1990 and currently has 210 members who are a select group from the economic and cultural life of the region.

The elegant Clubhouse is open for events, conferences, receptions and private dining, offering members sophisticated surroundings to meet, exchange ideas and socialise.

WEIMAR – Industrieclub Thueringen


The Thuringia Industry Club now looks back on more than 20 years of positive development. With 250 members, it is a platform for lectures and events from all areas of society.

Club evenings usually take place once a month and start with a cocktail reception in the hotel lobby, followed by a short musical performance by students from the Franz Liszt music academy in Weimar and then a presentation from a guest speaker, the lecture itself and  discussion.

The evening is rounded off with a 3-course menu. In many cases, the lively discussions only come to an end in the hotel bar.

MUNICH – Drivers & Business Club


The Drivers & Business Club is homed in a listed building and provides an awe-inspiring meeting space for its members. The Club was established in 1925 and is based around a passion for cars and racing. Members of the Club are personalities who influence society, professional sports and the business world.

Since 2019, the Club has been a unique space for generating new ideas, facilitating decisions and cultivating friendships.

LEIPZIG – International Club


The International Club was founded in 1996 and is the first Business Club in Central Germany. The clubhouse is a lavishly restored historic Meyersche Villa in the Bach district of Leipzig, offering members and their guests a distinctive and charming ambience in which they can relax with a good book, a fine glass of wine, a cigar or even a stimulating discussion.

The Club rooms boast exquisite furniture and decor, creating a special atmosphere for members to enjoy socialising, events and fine-dining.

DRESDEN – Industrie Club


The Industrieclub Sachsen, based in Dresden, was founded in 1990. It promotes the diverse economic and scientific potential in Saxony and makes a contribution to strengthening the economic development of Central Germany. It offers a forum for members and international contacts to come together to network and develop good relationships.

The Saxony Industry Club, has around 300 members from companies of all sizes, from science and cultural institutions, who take part in lectures, discussion evenings and social events.

BERLIN – International Club Berlin

Founded in 1994, the International Club Berlin (former British Officers’ Club) has a fine club house with very British décor. Facilities include outdoor tennis courts, open-air heated swimming pool with bar and relaxation area, restaurant & various meeting rooms.

COLOGNE – Rotonda Business Club

Located in the only round office building in Cologne near the main station and close to businesses and commercial district. The Club stages a wide range of events every month, including art presentations, talks, discussion evenings on matters political, business related and cultural.

DÜSSELDORF – Wirtschaftsclub Düsseldorf

Founded by Düsseldorf entrepreneurs and based on the English club model, the club opened in 2003. It is located on the fashionable Königsallee, Düsseldorf’s exclusive shopping street in the heart of the city that is the regional capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. Closed weekends and public holidays.

FRANKFURT – Airport Club

Founded 30 years ago and located at Frankfurt Airport, the Airport Club is a private business club. Closed Weekends.

FRANKFURT – Union International Club

Located in a beautiful, tastefully modernised villa in the heart of Frankfurt’s diplomatic district, near to the botanical gardens, trade fair complex and main station and 10 mins walk from the city centre.