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24.01.2019, 16:06

Apleona Girls’ Day 2019 (28 March)

Company News, EMEA, Service Provider News

Apleona is offering schoolgirls in Germany the opportunity to participate in its annual Girls’Day event which offers exciting insights into the work of a leading real estate and building services provider.

The day will introduce the group's various training pathways, including electronics engineering, plant mechanics and mechatronics technical services, and provide exciting insights behind the scenes of a building service provider.


New this year

For the first time, in 2019 Apleona will be hosting Girls’Day in in Munich and Ottobrunn as well as its at its headquarters building in Neu-Isenburg.


Applications are invited from pupils enrolled in the 5th to 10th grades of any school in Germany.


Register at



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