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Daughters in family businesses: today’s the day we start a winery

January 14th, 2020|People, Pleasure|

Wine production is more of an art than a science. So who in their right mind would get the idea to buy, overhaul, and run a vineyard without any prior knowledge? The Bremer family from the German town of Calw, that’s who. We met up with Leah Bremer for an interview on how a family managed to do the impossible.

Matte acetate glasses: what you should know

December 16th, 2019|Fashion, Knowledge|

Matte acetate glasses are velvety soft in appearance and adapt naturally to the wearer’s face and hair color. If you already have matte acetate glasses or are thinking of buying some, you will also appreciate the pleasant way they feel. What you should know about your matte glasses frames. And about the other properties of matte acetate.

Sustainability@Lunor: fewer disposable products, less plastic and paper [part 3]

November 27th, 2019|Sustainability|

Environmental protection is a process of constant analysis, research, and scrutiny—of breaking old habits and making improvements. We approach our waste reduction efforts the same way. In the third and final part, we will show you how we reduce waste.

Sustainability @ Lunor: we are 100% climate-neutral [part 2]

November 20th, 2019|Sustainability|

Climate change is directly connected to the emission of greenhouse gases. Carbon dioxide, or CO2, is the most common greenhouse gas emitted by humans. We at Lunor see it as part of our corporate responsibility to help reduce greenhouse gases. In part 1 of our Sustainability@Lunor series, we explained how we do this at our nearly self-sufficient headquarters in the Black Forest. In part 2, we will explain how we have managed to make all of our operations climate-neutral.

Sustainability@Lunor: Lunor’s green headquarters [part 1]

November 14th, 2019|Sustainability|

In the Sustainability@Lunor series, we will be demonstrating our commitment in three parts, starting with our headquarters in the Black Forest. Sustainability and environmental protection are increasingly becoming the focus of attention. More and more people are considering the environment in their actions and consumer behavior. This ranges from leading zero-waste lifestyles to minimizing one’s carbon footprint as much as possible.

Daughters in a family company: the uncompromising businesswoman with a heart

October 31st, 2019|People, Pleasure|

A hotel with 125 beds, 100 employees, three restaurants (including a Michelin-starred one) and an enormous wellness area requires a lot of work. Hard work. Something Elisabeth Berlin knows all too well. Just 33 years old, she manages the Hotel Berlins KroneLamm in Zavelstein in the Black Forest. She and her three brothers continue the business their parents once started together in a leased hostel for hikers. The family company’s concept is well-received – it features close ties to their home, food from the region and a great big serving of the pure Black Forest world. However, there is a meticulously well-planned company behind this concept.