After 25 years with the CG Gruppe, the Gröner Group GmbH has continued with Christoph Gröner's vision of a digital reorganisation of the building and housing industry since April 2020.
The flagship of the new corporate group is CG Elementum. They stand for a consistent digitalisation of the planning and building process in connection with technological and ecological innovations, in order to create new housing space that is sustainable and affordable.
The Gröner Group GmbH believe a radical change in the building and housing industry is required. Specifically, they want companies to move away from the traditional methods that exhaust resources and work towards more sustainable project development that will also look to protect ecological and social interest.
You Can Do Anything – especially with our shirt!
Feel the strength of the Red Bulls and allow it to guide you on your path. The shirt will awaken the energy of a charging Bull in you. The Red Bulls will support you and give you the strength you need to make your dreams a reality.
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"It is one thing to be underestimated – another to be held back.
They say there are limits to your own power.
Limits that nobody can overcome.
It’s about time you prove them wrong.
Be yourself – be brave.
Don’t let anyone but yourself define the maximum of your potential.
You Can Do Anything."
The new season’s shirt will feature a progressive and striking design. Together with Nike, RB Leipzig have come up with this exciting new look.
The dynamic texture of the shirt allows it to fit like a second skin. For the first time, our club credo of "You Can Do Anything" will be printed on the back of the shirt. The modern look is completed with a dynamic pattern that runs from the side of the shirt down to the shorts.
Die bewährte Dri-Fit Technologie sorgt auch in dieser Saison für ein angenehmes Tragegefühl und leitet den Schweiß vom Körper an die Außenseite des Trikots und der Shorts ab. Die lasergeschnittenen Belüftungsöffnungen und Mesh-Einsätze sorgen dank verbesserter Luftzirkulation für mehr Leistungsfähigkeit und regulieren zudem die Temperatur.
"PLASTIC BOTTLES NEVER HAD MORE STYLE!"
The Nike jersey is made from 100% recycled polyester fabric that has been made from recycled plastic bottles.
This creates a kit that delivers peak performance with a lower impact on the environment. Plastic bottles are collected, cleaned and melted down to produce a high-quality yarn for manufacturing and is part of Nike’s wider Move to Zero initiative with football apparel leading the way in sustainability.
No other sport is as popular worldwide as football, which is why Nike have been using recycled polyester for their football shirts since 2010. Ever year, Nike help to transport a billion plastic bottles from trash dumps and waterways, which they can then produce recycled polyester from.
Under the motto "Turbo für Talente" (Turbo for Talent), Porsche has been promoting young talent in various sports at its locations in Stuttgart and Leipzig for years. Since 2014, this has also included the future-orientated partnership between Porsche and RB Leipzig. Youth development in the region takes centre stage in this cooperation.
"Sport is part of Porsche's DNA - that's why it's important to us not only to build sporty cars, but also to be involved in professional and grassroots sport in the region. Together with our partner RB Leipzig, we support young footballers in a wide range of projects," says Gerd Rupp, Chairman of the Executive Board, Porsche Leipzig GmbH.
Since its first edition in 2015, the "Leipziger Viertelfinale" (Leipzig Quarterfinals) have enjoyed ever-increasing popularity. The record number of participants stands at more than 1,000 registered young footballers. The tournament, which was initiated in partnership between RB Leipzig and Porsche, offers all football-mad children in the U11 and U14 age groups across the Leipzig region the opportunity to take part in the sporting competition in self-organised teams.
In addition to the children's tournament, Porsche also supports the "RBL-Fußballschule" (RBL Football School) as a strategic youth partner, making it possible for socially disadvantaged children in particular to receive professional training - including tips from the pros. Every year, the sports car manufacturer names the "Porsche Talent Team", made up from the Red Bulls' best youth players.
Being named in the team is not just about footballing talent, but also about team spirit, fairness, outstanding commitment and strong academic performance.
The aim of the cooperation between Porsche and RB Leipzig is also to create unforgettable moments - whether it is walking into the stadium hand in hand with the Bundesliga professionals as a mascot or sitting on the Porsche coaching bench pitch side. Porsche pays particular attention to regional clubs, social institutions and the sports-mad people of Leipzig in general.
Two members of the Volkswagen Group are partners of RB Leipzig: Volkswagen PKW and Porsche have been cooperating with the club since 2014. One reasons behind the partnership is Porsche's large facility in Leipzig with over 4,000 employees.
For the sports car manufacturer, whose main aspect of the partnership is in the areas of youth development and corporate social responsibility under its "Turbo für Talente" work, this is a practical way of promoting its location.
Volkswagen, meanwhile, with its long-standing tradition as a "Partner des Fußballs" (partner of football), also wish to get involved in the Bundesliga in the East of the country and has chosen one of the most interesting, promising addresses in German football to do just that.
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