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We’ve arrived here at the eBay Germany offices. Everything in this building looks cool, including the ultra-modern open cubes and the eBay-colored futuristic furniture.   Note the cool German advertisements for eBay on the wall.

chairs    pict1105.jpg    DE Cubes

We’re getting all set up for a day of meetings, but I thought I’d post a quick picture. It’s Lara Housser & myself, in front of the eBay sign.


Most everything in Germany is more expensive than in the US, but I’ve found one exception.  A latte in the small cafe in the eBay building is only 0.30 € !


Also worth noting, the superior European education in math & science has clearly led to a more logical elevator button design.  You walk in the entry floor (E), and if you want to the first floor above you, you press (1).  If you want go to the first floor below you, you press (-1).


After a full day of meetings about eBay Express, what better way to wrap up the day than with a group photo of the eBay Express DE team in front of the eBay sign.

Express DE Team

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Nice picture…

    March 14, 2007
  2. Axel #

    Brilliant pictures, Adam, and a sharp eye for detail! If you like the design of our elevator buttons, you should also have a look at our income tax forms, which are also outcome of German way of thinking😉 Cheers, Axel.

    March 14, 2007
  3. I found your blog very interesting,just setting mine up.hope it does as well as yours

    April 20, 2007
  4. Hi,

    Nice to see you settling in and happy.

    The photos look great.

    Love the furniture too:)


    May 31, 2007

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