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The new GG Magazine is here - read it now directly!

We are proud to present the brand new edition of GG Magazine. This time around it’s “THE WELLNESS ISSUE” – dedicated to preserving that most precious of things: our health. 

Meet some fascinating individuals, like the delightful Hollywood actress Jennifer Garner, who has also started a new career as an organic farmer. Find out in an exclusive interview about the founder of Deliciously Ella, who has become a role model for an entire generation with her vegan food blog. Get the cold hard facts about the Wim Hof Method, take a trip with us to the “Palazzo Fiuggi”, and discover how architecture can work wonders for the soul. 

Once again, this issue also features the latest industry news from Engel & Völkers CEO Sven Odia. As well as QR codes alongside every article, with further details for all those interested who want to find out more.  

You can also look forward to our GG Ski Special. In the exclusive supplement “Let’s Hit The Slopes”, Engel & Völkers Americas showcases a selection of the finest real estate to be found in the most sought-after ski resorts in the USA and Canada, as well as Kitzbühel in Austria. Why is now such a good time to invest in ski properties? You can find out right here. 

Pick up your copy in your local E&V Shop or download the online PDF version right here: https://issuu.com/gg-magazine/docs/grund_genug_magazin-01-2022-englisch

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