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11th “Girls’ & Boys’ Day” at Deutsche Börse Group in Eschborn

27 Apr 2018

11th “Girls’ & Boys’ Day” at Deutsche Börse Group in Eschborn

This year, The Cube was once again the place to be for young people interested in the company – the place to which Deutsche Börse Group invited them for the 11th “Girls’ & Boys’ Day”.
30 children (aged 10 to 15) of employees attended a taster day on 26 April, taking advantage of the opportunity to catch a glimpse of what happens behind the scenes, to experience the fascinating proceedings at a stock exchange from close quarters and to get an impression of the work at Deutsche Börse.

Once again the children were treated to a lively and highly varied programme. Around 8 a.m., they set off for the Visitors’ Gallery at Alte Börse. This was followed, when they got back to The Cube, by informative lectures on Deutsche Börse Group, covering subjects such as “Strong room, securities and gold” and “Job prospects for young people at Deutsche Börse”. One new addition to the programme was a visit to the market supervisor. For the first time, there was also a guided tour of the new CoWorking workstations at The Cube. After this, the children were given the opportunity to find out more about where their parents work. Then, after fortifying themselves at a joint lunch, they were greeted by yet another activity that was new in 2018 – the interactive stock exchange game “Who wants to be a shareholder?”. The children worked in groups and had a great deal of fun. An award ceremony and a group photo rounded off this successful and eventful day.

As in previous years, there was great interest in the “Girls’ & Boys’ Day” and the event was fully booked in next to no time. Both the young participants and their parents were visibly enthusiastic about what had been on offer.

The event is based on the idea of providing the children of employees with initial insights into our working environment. It takes place annually as part of a nationwide initiative, the “Girls’ Day” for girls and the “Social Day” for boys, established by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth.

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