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• Process Consulting
YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL WORK IN THE MARKET
The world is changing – and we are changing with it! Introducing:
Baker & Company.
What was once Baker & Harrison is now Baker & Company. Yes, we have relaunched: A lot has changed – we are leaner and even more agile and tech savvy.
But some things never change – our total customer dedication as our long tradition at the heart of our operations has transitioned with us.
At this point, we would like to thank our loyal and treasured customers who have made this possible.
Keith Kelly joined the team of Baker & Company in July 2016.
Keith, who comes from a bilingual background, completed his degree at the Institute of Foreign Languages Munich (FIM) as a state-examined translator and interpreter and has just received his Specialised Translation MA degree from London’s University of Westminster.
As a project and key account manager, Keith is responsible for managing our translation projects and providing support for customers.
We at Baker & Company are delighted to welcome our latest team member who is contributing his knowledge unreservedly and bringing full commitment to his tasks and our activities in general to the benefit of our customers.
Hub of Nobel Laureates is the title of a book by Susanne Kiewitz illuminating the eventful history of Harnack House in Berlin.
This book describes the metamorphoses of the conference venue of today’s Max Planck Society – from an international meeting place of intellectual giants through to an officers’ club of the US Army – not only factually, but also through engaging biographical sketches: a successful combination of institutional and modern history, as well as proof of the rich benefits of international interaction and cooperation.
We are very proud that Baker & Company was entrusted with the translation of this work that is of such scientific and historical significance.
We feel that we have been able to make a modest contribution to the Anglo-German exchange of ideas.
The book was published by Jaron Verlag, Berlin, in November 2016.