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“Security and Crisis Prevention for Shopping Centers”

Thursday, October 13, 2016, Vienna

From 10am to 6pm

(Speeches in German and English)

Terrorist attacks are a clear and present danger in Europe. Heavily frequented locations, like shopping centers, could increasingly become potential targets for terrorist acts in the future. They are generally considered to be locations with limited protective and safeguarding measures and therefore can become targets for major threats. Even though attacks were rare so far it is nevertheless possible that your shopping center could become the target of a terrorist attack.

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AAEXTOPRolf Tophoven

Director of the Institute for Crisis Prevention in Essen

Rolf Tophoven, born in 1937, is known as an expert on terrorism since the seventies. Besides his journalistic activities for, among others, “Die Welt” he published several articles about the conflict in the Middle East, the Border Protection Group 9 of the German Federal Police, and militant Islamism. Rolf Tophoven has been lecturing on international terrorism at Danube University Krems in Austria for several years. Tophoven was a co-founder of the former Institute for Terrorism Research & Security Policy in Bonn in 1986.




AAEXNIYMelih Niyego

Specialist for security and crisis management, Turkey

Deputy General Manager of Pronet Security Services, Turkey’s leading provider of electronic and physical security services, with more than 6500 employees.

The company is responsible for the security of 45 shopping centers in 35 Turkish cities.





AAEXGERUwe Gerstenberg

Managing director and associate of the consulting plus group

Uwe Gerstenberg, born in 1961 in Berlin, was an officer of the German Bundeswehr. As a military policeman, he worked nationally as well as internationally before joining the security group of the Federal Ministry of Defense during last years of his military service. He has been a foundation and board member of the German Forum for Crime Prevention since 2003, where he also was the board’s vice president from 2009 to 2014. He also represents the security industry’s interests in several other professional associations.




Date and your ACROSS ACADEMY investment

Date                       Thursday, October 13, 2016

Place                      Bene Showroom, Neutorgasse 4-8, 1010 Vienna, Austria

Time schedule      Get Together: 9.30am | Seminar: 10am to 6pm

Investment            EUR 390.00 plus VAT (per participant)


30% (per participant) for groups of 10 from the same company

10% (per participant) for groups of 3 from the same company


Organization Bernadetta Makselan

Content, design Markus Schmut, Reinhard Winiwarter


Phone  +43 1 533 32 60-80

Fax +43 1 533 32 60-15


Registration for ACROSS ACADEMY

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“Retail Asset Management in the Current Market” on April 13, 2016, at the Grand Hotel Vienna.

Please follow this link for further information on this top-class, intensive and practical seminar: “Retail Asset Management in the Current Market” This seminar was held in German!

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Steffen Hofmann, CEO, iMallinvest Europe GmbH. Image: iMallinvest
Steffen Hofmann, CEO, iMallinvest Europe GmbH.
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Olaf Ley, CIO, iMallinvest Europe GmbH. Image: iMallinvest Europe
Olaf Ley, CIO, iMallinvest Europe GmbH. Image: iMallinvest Europe











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