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Earlier this year, to celebrate the relocation to our new place in Kreuzberg, we wanted to share our latest edition of our tote bag with you. But for well-known reasons, we got "distracted". [ And then came Corona is probably the motto of the year ;) ] Suddenly, our focus got redirected and we got busy re-structuring our courses and coming up with new concepts for our online lessons. 

Our German classes - online as well as our courses on site - are up and running and we're navigating our way through the craziness of this year. 

Fortunately for us, we've got a super supportive community, caring and encouraging teachers and blessing in disguise to help us through the tough times while others were not as lucky as we are. 

As a small, emerging business, the support of our community is extremely important and keeps us going. While bigger corporate schools have huge marketing budgets, that's of course not the case for small family-run businesses.. So to help us reach more people and gain more visibility, we asked our designer Charlotte Sauvaget to design this beautiful NEON ORANGE tote bag for us - right in time for the return of the summer! 

We'd appreciate it very much if you supported us by purchasing one of our bags and wearing it on your way to school, when you do your groceries or visit your friends. 

Good karma will be with you! :) 

The bags are available for 5,- EUR. Get your bag in our office or get in touch with Luisa via 

We'd appreciate your support and as always: 
A heartfelt THANK YOU! to everyone! 

Your Transmitter Team 



Design by Charlotte Sauvaget


2020 new

Last year's edition 2019: Black on organic fabric

First edition 2018:

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