With over 13,000 Bainies in 64 offices and 39 countries, we are always one thing: close to our customers, no matter where they are in the world.
We have six offices in the German-speaking region: Munich, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Berlin, Zurich and Vienna. All locations share our unique Bain culture. Nevertheless, each of our offices also has its own flair.
The Munich office is the German-speaking region’s headquarters and largest office, with a large number of consultants and the full range of support services.
The numerous benefits of our office include our location right in Munich’s beautiful and bustling city center, a rooftop terrace with a fantastic panoramic view of the Alps (weather permitting), and countless options for fun and leisure in the greater Munich area. The converted attic of our building houses a chill-out area with comfy cushion seats and a soccer table – an ideal place to have a relaxing break and enjoy Bavarian "Gemütlichkeit". Regular events such as our monthly Celebration Friday, our Charity auctions and our yearly visit to the Octoberfest offer plenty of opportunities to get to know your office mates. So, despite our total of 440 people, we are one big family – and you’ll soon feel part of it.
Neue Mainzer Strasse 80
60311 Frankfurt am Main
After moving to a new building complex, the Frankfurt office is one of the most modern in Europe. In addition to the classic workstations, there are also collaboration and chill-out areas that invite you to work. On one of the three large roof terraces you can enjoy the unique Frankfurt skyline with a cup of coffee - after all, the banking metropolis is not called "Mainhattan" for nothing. From Frankfurt Airport, one of the most important transport hubs in Europe, you can not only get to the customer's case quickly, but also to a large number of (inter)national (holiday) destinations with many direct connections. The 2017 move to a new building complex made the Frankfurt office one of Bain’s most modern locations in Europe. Besides classic workplaces, we have spaces for ad-hoc work meetings and, of course, several chill-out areas. Our three large rooftop terraces are great places to enjoy a delicious latte or cappuccino and take in the impressive skyline of Germany’s “Mainhattan.” People in Frankfurt love their culinary delights. A vast range of bars and restaurants offer everything from rustic and traditional dishes to high cuisine. The city even has its own vineyard, Lohrberger Hang – a rarity among major German cities. Frankfurt Bainies also enjoy their sports: The office hosts various events, including company runs and table soccer tournaments. Frankfurt Airport and the city’s main train station – both among Europe’s greatest traffic hubs – are just 20-30 minutes away. From there, not only will you be at your client’s premises in a heartbeat – there are also lots of direct connections to international dream destinations.
Dusseldorf is one of Bain’s smaller German-speaking offices. We are family here – and the famous cheerfulness of people in the Rhine region brightens up our workdays. In Bain’s regular employee satisfaction surveys, Dusseldorf always comes out top, even ranking first of all offices worldwide. A wonderful view of the Rhine River, the TV tower, and the media center as well as an office equipped with everything you could ask for – including a soccer table and cozy conversation nooks – add to our fun and friendly atmosphere. Joint office events such as our visit to the Japan festival every spring are icing on the cake. Apart from being one of the carnival strongholds in Germany, Dusseldorf offers a broad range of leisure activities – from a rich calendar of cultural events, art exhibitions, and fine shopping on the famous Königsallee (globally known as the “Kö”) to sampling a dark brew in one of the Old Town’s countless bars or at a café overlooking the Rhine. Whatever your predilection, Dusseldorf is sure to have something for you.
Potsdamer Platz 11
Located among global tech giants, innovative start-ups, and historical landmarks, the Berlin office is right in the heart of things: Potsdamer Platz is in the immediate vicinity of the Brandenburg Gate, the Parliament, and the Chancellery. With the German capital also being the capital of start-ups, the Berlin office is truly "A Great Place to Work" – and a perfect fit with Bain’s entrepreneurial culture. Our state-of-the-art digital hub with video screens, touch walls, and mobile whiteboards inspires creativity and sets new standards for innovation and technology. In your lunch break, you can grab a sandwich or a famous Berlin "currywurst" and stroll to the nearby zoo. After work, the beach bars on the Spree River are just a short walk away. On weekends, culture aficionados get their money's worth: With more museums than rainy days and a vast array of live concerts to choose from, the city has something for every taste.
The Zurich office is an exception among “German-speaking” Bain locations: Our office language is English. Located in the beautiful city on the Zurich Lake – some say it’s Switzerland’s crown jewel – this is Bain’s most international office in the DACH region. Featuring bright, modern architecture on four floors, the office layout includes several open spaces, each with its own individual look and feel, and design walls adorned with rankings of our office’s top athletes. For fun and relaxation between challenging working sessions, we have our Fun Room with a brand-new soccer table. At our many office events, such as the Community Impact Day or the SOLA relay race, Zurich Bainies have plenty of opportunities to demonstrate their impressive team spirit. After work, many of us like to take a dip in the Zurich Lake or the Limmat River. There’s nothing like a Zurich summer!