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About Bavaria

Bavaria, Germany’s largest state by area and No. 2 by population, is one of Europe’s most advanced and successful economic regions. Its gross domestic product of EUR 610 billion in 2020 puts it ahead of 22 of the 28 EU member states. Although Bavaria is home to global players like Adidas, Allianz, BMW and Siemens, the backbone of its economy is a vibran population of medium-sized enterprises, many of whom are acknowledged world market leaders. Bavaria’s advanced and strong manufacturing sector and its role as Europe’s leading ICT hub puts it at the forefront of cross-industry digital innovation – in areas such as autonomous driving, AI, IoT, cybersecurity and AR/VR. It is the ideal base for national and international B2B tech leaders and start-ups.

  1. Industry power with scope for cross-industry innovation
  2. Prime ICT hub for digitalisation and start-ups
  3. R & D strength – top talent – excellent universities
  4. The Bavarian way of life – tradition and joie de vivre

Reasons for Bavaria

10 of the 40 companies comprising Germany’s DAX share index are headquartered in Bavaria. Such global leaders – in combination with a vast number of top medium-sized enterprises and start-ups in a range of sectors, from Industry 4.0 and mobility to additive manufacturing, healthcare and insurtech – provide the ideal base for digital cross-industry innovation. Businesses, whether national companies, international players or start-ups, can draw upon Munich’s strength as Europe’s leading ICT hub, a string of excellent universities throughout Bavaria and access to renowned research institutions and facilities like Fraunhofer and Max Planck. Further benefits include ample supply of top talent – and, not least, the special Bavarian way of life ensures a healthy work-life balance.

Success story

An exemplary testimonial to Bavaria’s strengths in industry, innovation and digitisation was the decision behind IBM’s choice to establish its global competence centre, the Watson IoT Center, in the Bavarian capital of Munich. John Kelly, IBM Senior Vice President of Cognitive Solutions and Research, explained that Munich was chosen against strongest global competition for its unmatched combination of access to leading industrial companies, excellent universities, a track record of technical expertise, its attraction for top-class talent and the business- and investment-friendly politics of the Bavarian state government. The project, one of IBM’s core strategic investments, created more than 1,000 jobs and has proven to be a true catalyst for innovation.

Cross-industry innovation

Cross-industry innovation mean sectors, disciplines, and areas of expertise that previously had little or no interaction joining forces to create something entirely new and solve problems in innovative ways. Many new technologies are applied in highly diverse areas, making it essential to take a cross-industry view – for example, AI is used to drive new mobility concepts, while robotics are revolutionising manufacturing and medical operations. By pooling resources and expertise and forming fresh und unorthodox partnerships, companies benefit from each other’s strengths. In today’s ever-shifting business landscape collaborating to break new ground is how progress is made and companies remain at the cutting edge. Bavaria’s broad range of highly successful and diverse industries, extensive networks, a huge pool of talent, start-ups and SMEs provide the perfect framework for such a collaborative approach, creating a mutually beneficial synergy effect.

The secrets to Bavaria’s success

At the core of Bavaria’s success is its tremendous diversity. As well as being one of Europe’s most successful and multifaceted manufacturing locations, it is home to numerous non-industrial sectors like finance, insurtech, and health. But this broad range of sectors can only thrive if the appropriate human resources are there. This is the second of Bavaria’s major strengths. The Bavarian capital Munich is home to Germany’s top two universities, the TUM and LMU, as well as numerous world-renowned scientific and research institutions like the Max Planck Institute and Helmholtz Centre. In addition, the region’s excellent dual education systems produces thousands of skilled craft-trade graduates every year, ensuring an expert and varied workforce. The third key factor is Bavaria’s “glocal” perspective: non-native global and local players that help you connect with global markets. And last but not least the effective networks.

4 key factors of Bavaria’s success

Dräxlmaier and sustainable innovation

Automotive supplier Dräxlmaier and BMW have been using the natural fibre kenaf as a particularly lightweight “green” material for the interior finishing of electrical vehicles. To ensure that this innovation is both sustainable and benefits all partners along the supply chain, they set up a project with the German development agency GIZ and their partner Rainforest Alliance. Since 2015, based on the SAN (Sustainable Agriculture Network) standards, they have provided training to enable nearly 1,000 small farms in Bangladesh to produce higher quality kenaf in larger yields, in turn securing higher incomes for the farmers. The training also helps to ensure safer working conditions. The result is a mutually beneficial, sustainable supply chain with all actors contributing to transparency and traceability.

The world in Bavaria

Leading global corporations also have also established themselves here, including Microsoft, Intel, Google, Samsung Semiconductor Europe and Huawei. The presence of such corporations functions as a bridge between Bavaria and the rest of the world, opening new markets to companies – including internationally minded SMEs – and drawing additional business and international talent to the region. This global mix of companies has access to an equally diverse group of exceptional and international young talents from the region’s renowned universities and research institutes. The number of international students in Bavaria has risen by over 50% in the last five years, and it is now the second most popular federal state for international students in Germany. The Bavarian capital Munich is also extremely cosmopolitan, with almost one third of residents holding a foreign passport, outstripping even Berlin.

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Invest in Bavaria, founded in 1999, offers companies interested in setting up their business in Bavaria a comprehensive range of support as well as free, confidential and tailored services throughout all stages of the setting-up process, from inception to implementation.

With a dedicated team of experienced, multinational professionals, we support companies at offices in Munich, Nuremberg and Hof as well as internationally through Bavaria’s 26 global representative offices.

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About Bremen

As one of Germany’s leading industrial hubs, Bremen and its sister city Bremerhaven are at home in many sectors – from aerospace, wind power and logistics to the maritime and automotive industries. Companies like Mercedes, Airbus and InBev, which brews world-famous Beck’s beer, are also situated here. With the fourth-largest container port in Europe and the highest export ratio of all German federal states, Bremen values international relations. Around 50 technology research institutes help to put new ideas into practice, including 3D printing and artificial intelligence. Bremen is also passionate about things that make life more enjoyable. The city offers a wide range of art and entertainment, is located by the riverside and boasts plenty of green spaces – in fact, it is Germany’s greenest urban centre.

  1. Leading industrial and logistics location in Germany
  2. Low costs and highly qualified personnel for running a business
  3. Easy to reach via sea, land and air
  4. Welcoming culture with plenty of assistance and individual support

Reasons for Bremen

As easy as it gets – this describes Bremen perfectly. It is quick and easy for potential customers, business partners, institutions and facilities to find each other in Bremen. Thanks to its perfect connections via sea, land and air, there is always a solution to any logistical challenge. Companies benefit from low costs for personnel, offices and storage space as well as lower taxation compared to other metropolises in Germany and Europe. The pool of highly qualified personnel is continuously enriched by the numerous university graduates in the area. On top of this, international companies are welcome and are given plenty of assistance. Bremeninvest provides tailor-made solutions – and is very keen to show you the high quality of life in the state of Bremen!

Success Story

Robots have become commonplace in industry but not yet in our everyday lives. Blackout Technologies wants to change this. This innovative start-up is a leading company in the development of artificial intelligence for social robotics. It is headquartered in the Bremen World Trade Center and relies on the many highly trained Bremen university graduates to establish an international team in a rapidly growing field. In addition, it relies on close contact to other top AI companies and institutions in the Bremen.AI network. The goal is to have robots and humans working hand in hand one day – in every business sector.


The Bremeninvest team is pleased to support you with services, subsidies and financing for setting up a company in the state of Bremen. We will take care of you when you arrive!

Kontorhaus am Markt
Langenstrasse 2–4
28195 Bremen


Phone: +49 421 960 010

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About Rheinland-Pfalz

Rheinland-Pfalz is an established international, successful, future-oriented business location. Hidden champions and globally operating companies ensure a healthy industry mix and high value creation. The innovative, medium-sized structured economy and the intermeshing of business and science are guarantors of the state’s global competitiveness. In addition to the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, there are four further industries that dominate the economy: the automotive, metal, mechanical engineering and food industries. Additionally, a diverse cultural landscape creates an attractive living area in Germany’s top wine region. Here, people’s lifestyles are characterised by a lively culture and openness.

  1. Innovation location: ‘German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence’
  2. Quick approval processes, short routes, close together
  3. Openness and a zest for life: cordial, welcoming, positively different

Reasons for Rheinland-Pfalz

The combination of modern life and tradition with innovation, zest for life, openness and viniculture are all reasons for the unique image of Rheinland-Pfalz.

The very strong medium-sized structured economy, with many family-owned companies and an export rate that is far above average, compared to the other federal states, is highly competitive on the global market, not least because of its innovation capability.

This, coupled with tourism highlights such as four World Heritage Sites and being the number one wine region in Germany, makes Rheinland-Pfalz attractive, rich in contrast, authentic and timelessly modern.

Success Story

The Italian company Italpannelli develops and manufactures sandwich panels and sheet panels for industrial and cold-store construction, for example. With an additional production facility in Rheinland-Pfalz it was possible to develop the German and Benelux market. With hands-on support from ISB, GTAI and the Industriepark Region Trier (IRT), the company found its ideal site with expansion possibilities in the IRT in Föhren. So far, Italpannelli has invested 25 million euros in the facility and created around 60 new jobs. As a result of the positive development, a second production line could be put into operation after a very short time.


The ISB provides information about the economy and infrastructure in the state, provides site offers, supports investors, and assists entrepreneurs who have questions about the location. The ISB Location Finder offers an overview of available spaces. Customers are offered an extensive service. When it comes to project realisation, the ISB takes on the role of a navigator for the investor in order to ensure a smooth process right up to deciding on a location.

Antje Duwe

Phone: +49 6131 6172 1117

Email: antje.duwe

Christoph Völker

Phone: +49 6131 6172 1210

Email: christoph.voelker

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North Rhine-Westphalia

North Rhine-Westphalia

About North Rhine-Westphalia

North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) is the most populous and the most densely populated state in Germany. With its 17.9 million inhabitants, there are more people living here than in the neighboring Netherlands. More than 160 million people live within a radius of 500 km around the state capital Düsseldorf – this represents almost one third of all EU consumers. From no other location in Europe can so many people with such high purchasing power be reached within such a short distance as from NRW.

The size of the market and the favorable location conditions attracts companies from all over the world to the Rhine and Ruhr. Around 20,000 foreign companies have already invested in NRW and control their German or European activities from here. They make NRW the No.1 investment location in Germany.

  1. The heart of the German economy beats in NRW
  2. Germany’s number-one investment location
  3. World-renowned logistics expertise
  4. Where the next generation is growing

Reasons for North Rhine-Westphalia

All major European cities can be reached within three hours from the two major international airports in Düsseldorf and Cologne/Bonn, Germany's third-largest cargo airport. A dense network of waterways, railways and roads provides fast routes to the sales and procurement markets in Europe and the rest of the world. In Duisburg, the world's largest inland port ensures reliable connections to the Belgian and Dutch seaports.

More than 110 technology centers and non-university research institutes in the state form the densest research network in Europe and provide ideal conditions for technology transfer. And the wide range of studies offered by the 70 universities and universities of applied sciences ensures that companies from all industries can find qualified employees here.

Renowned theaters and museums, five UNESCO World Heritage Sites, sports events and cultural festivals all contribute to one of the richest cultural landscapes in Europe.

Success Story

Since the end of 2020, the Japanese automotive supplier Marelli has established a new production facility for electric vehicle drives on the Ford factory premises in Cologne. On an area of 18,000 square meters, the company produces 800-volt electric motors for vehicle manufacturers in Germany. Space for future expansion has already been planned. In the first step, Marelli is creating 160 new jobs in Cologne. The group, which was formed in 2019 from the merger of the Japanese company Calsonic Kansei and the Italian company Magneti Marelli, is one of the ten largest independent automotive suppliers in the world. In 2021, Marelli was winner of the NRW.Global Business Award for exemplary investments in NRW.

Powering the energy transition

Germany aims for 40–45% of its energy to come from regenerative sources by 2025 and 80% by 2050. North Rhine-Westphalia, as Germany’s largest consumer and generator of electricity, is key to this energy transition. Five of the world’s leading suppliers of wind turbine gearboxes are based in NRW, as well as Statkraft, Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy. Other pioneering forms of energy include photovoltaics and geothermal energy. While the state, with its history of heavy industry and coal, faces a challenge to go green, progress so far is impressive. Almost every second new residential building is powered primarily by green energy – a record in Germany. NRW achieved its 2020 climate targets as early as 2017, and plans to double its wind and photovoltaic energy production by 2030 to meet the Paris Climate Targets. In the field of renewable energies, around 46,000 employees already work in more than 4,700 companies.

Increasing the proportion of energy from regenerative sources by 2050

Teaching and investigating energy technology

Research and living labs

North Rhine-Westphalia’s exceptional science and research landscape – the densest in Europe – creates ideal conditions for technology transfer, particularly in the energy sector. 120 institutes at more than 30 universities, some 20 non-university research institutes, and the research departments of numerous companies are both investigating and teaching energy technology. A major focus is on transforming the “Rheinisches Revier” coalmining region, with real-world laboratory projects playing a key role. For example, the RWE “StoretoPower” project is turning a coal-fired power station into a high-performance storage location for electricity from renewable energies. Project partners include the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Aachen University of Applied Sciences. Meanwhile, the TransUrbanNRW (E.ON Energy Solutions) project involves the use of 5th generation heating networks in real-world labs as part of the transition to intelligent low-CO2 energy solutions.

Here comes the sun

Developing clean and alternative fuels is key to reducing the environmental impact of various forms of transport. Researchers in the German Aerospace Center’s (DLR) “Future Fuels” project are investigating how to produce CO2-neutral synthetic fuels using solar energy and electrolysis, while looking at questions of economic viability, performance, and supply. At the DLR’s Institute of Solar Research in Jülich, the world’s largest artificial sun has been constructed as part of the “Synlight” project. It can produce light up to 10,000 times the intensity of natural solar radiation on Earth. In special reactors, processes are being tested that use concentrated solar radiation to split water directly into hydrogen and oxygen. Research is also being carried out into materials for high-temperature applications, and the facility offers new testing possibilities for aerospace and solar thermal power plants.

The green hydrogen economy

Hydrogen is key to achieving climate targets and modernising North Rhine-Westphalia’s economy and energy landscape. It helps to reduce greenhouse gases, the dependence on increasingly scarce and expensive fossil fuels, and can lead to economic growth and employment. In the future, NRW will be one of Germany’s biggest hydrogen consumers and is also well-positioned to be the country’s top production location. Alongside numerous local companies it already attracts major investment from abroad. American company Plug Power, the world’s leading provider of hydrogen fuel cells for electric mobility, recently chose the Ruhr region for its European headquarters. By mid-2022 the company will create 60 jobs in engineering labs, technical support for customers, logistics, and training.

Enapter, a Thai specialist for hydrogen technology, is building a mass production plant for highly efficient hydrogen generators in Saerback. Modular systems for producing green hydrogen will be produced and developed on the “Enapter Campus”.

The British connection

With its large population, excellent infrastructure, outstanding science and research landscape and many highly qualified employees, North Rhine-Westphalia is an extremely attractive location for British companies. Of some 20,000 foreign companies based in the state, more than 1,700 come from the UK, accounting for just over 23% of all British firms in Germany. Prominent examples include British market research company Euromonitor International in the state capital Düsseldorf, the UK’s leading online retailer of household appliances AO, and telecommunications giant Vodafone. British companies in the region have a large pool of both international and British potential employees to draw from. More than 20,000 British nationals live in the region, accounting for almost a quarter of Germany’s entire British population.

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of all British companies in Germany are located in North Rhine-Westphalia.


NRW.Global Business offers tailor-made support for your investment project. You will find your contact person either at one of our 16 offices abroad or at our headquarters in Düsseldorf. Ready, steady, grow in NRW!

NRW.Global Business GmbH
Trade & Investment Agency
of the German State of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW)

+49 211 13000-0


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About Hessen

Germany Works – Hessen Succeeds: Hessen is the leading economic region in the heart of Germany. Intersecting with Europe's major transportation routes for people, goods and data, the state provides you with ideal conditions for sustainable success: economic strength, innovative capacity and direct access to the German and European markets.

Hessen has served as a prime foreign investment destination for years: The number of FDI is constantly increasing. Especially in the ICT, life sciences and finance sectors, Hessen plays a leading role in Europe.

Over 12.500 international companies have already opted in favor of our business location and are experiencing sustainable success here. People from 190 nations call Hessen their home.

Welcome to Hessen!

  1. Excellent infrastructure for people, goods and data
  2. Direct access to the German and European markets
  3. Highly skilled specialists and strong business partners
  4. One of the most innovative regions in Europe

Reasons for Hessen

A key factor in Hessen's state-of-the-art infrastructure is the Frankfurt Airport, which is directly connected to 311 destinations in 97 countries.

Innovation is our standard: Hessen offers direct access to technology and business networks which benefits all: large companies and numerous SMEs, as well as start-up and scale-up businesses from all around the world.

Frankfurt is Europe's digital capital. DE-CIX, the world's largest data exchange point, guarantees a high degree of utilization in digitization with record data traffic. Furthermore, Hessen offers Germany’s leading research center for top security requirements with its National Research Center for Applied Cybersecurity ATHENE.

Welcome to Hessen – welcome to your business location!

Success Story

In July 2017, the French hyperscale cloud provider OVH opened a datacenter in the Hessian Limburg. HTAI supported the company during the entire process together with GTAI, Mittelhessen’s Regional Management and the local development office by providing advice about site issues and expert information.

Owing to the investor’s own market development dynamics, the fulfillment of three sustainable performance factors was required: performance, security, and reliability. The team of experts that was convened for this purpose was able to guarantee all of them. OVH decided in favor of the Limburg site in September 2016.

The datacenter opened its doors the following year – with an investment volume of 8 million euros and 20 new jobs. The first expansion investment took place in 2018.

Foreign direct investments in Hessen 2012-2018


Do you want to know more about the success location Hessen?

We advise foreign and domestic companies that are considering to invest, relocate or expand operations here. Our experts support you with a unique strategic link between investor services, location marketing, foreign trade, technology and innovation promotion, and advice on EU funding programs. We are looking forward to advising you competently and free of charge – always tailored to your company’s and your individual requirements.

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Jonas Winkler

+49 611 95017 8641


Andreas Damrau

+49 611 95017 8346


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About Saxony-Anhalt

Saxony-Anhalt has reportedly been the source of increasing commercial success. The glass facade of the world’s tallest house, every car built in Germany, every aspirin and every bottle of Chanel N° 5 – in each one of these, there is a piece from Saxony-Anhalt.
The spirit of innovation started a long time ago in Saxony-Anhalt. More than 100 years ago, Saxony-Anhalt laid the foundations for the plant breeding industry. In the 20th century, the world’s first colour film and the first synthetic rubber were produced here.
The industry in Saxony-Anhalt today is widely diversified and includes everything from automotive supply production to ICT, biotechnology and medical technology. Players like Bayer, IBM, Total, DOW, Mercer, Cargill, DELL and ENERCON contribute to these flourishing industries.

  1. Fantastic business climate. Simply ask AkzoNobel, Bayer, IBM, DOW, ENERCON …
  2. Innovations easily contrived: with 29 research institutes nearby.
  3. Quick start: fast decision-making channels and realisation periods.
  4. Clever minds: 90% of our workforce has completed professional or university education.

Reasons for Saxony-Anhalt

No fewer than 29 research institutes closely cooperate with Saxony-Anhalt’s enterprises on their way to leadership in innovation. This makes Saxony-Anhalt one of the most concentrated research landscapes.

Industry is welcome in Saxony-Anhalt: 97% of the population in southern Saxony-Anhalt is of the opinion that industry is very important for the region; in Cologne, by contrast, it is only 56%.

More than 250 industrial and trading estates available including greenfield and brownfield areas, office properties and production facilities.

With more than 4,000 km of multimodal routes, Saxony-Anhalt has developed into a hub for Europe. Enlarged pan-European motorways, canals, harbours and a waterway junction ensure fast routes to decisive markets and Leipzig/Halle Airport, which is open round the clock.

Success Story

Porsche and Schuler AG will set up a joint pressing plant in Halle (Saale). Car body parts are to be manufactured in a 13-hectare area in the Star Park in Halle. The companies are investing more than EUR 100 million and want to create 100 new jobs in the first stage of development. The Ministry of Economic Affairs, Science and Digitalisation is funding the plant with EUR 7.5 million from the State-Region Joint Agreement "Improvement of Regional Economic Structure" (GRW). The start of construction is planned for the second half of 2019.


The Investment and Marketing Corporation Saxony-Anhalt is the economic development agency of the German federal state of Saxony-Anhalt. We act as a partner for business, helping you to find the right site, assisting with funding and financing, and dealing with the public authorities and with all queries relating to project implementation.

IMG Investment and Marketing Corporation Saxony-Anhalt

Am Alten Theater 6

39114 Magdeburg


Phone: +49 391 568 990
Email: welcome

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About Hamburg

Hamburg Invest is the one-stop agency for relocation and investment in Hamburg, as well as the main partner of Hamburg’s business sector on all topics relating to business development. As well as offering a wide range of services for small- and medium-sized enterprises in particular, Hamburg Invest is in charge of marketing the city’s commercial and industrial spaces – from land development and advertising to targeting clients and preparing the sales contract. In addition, Hamburg Invest serves as the main port of call for technology- and knowledge-based start-up businesses.

  1. Hub of international trade
  2. Free port of innovative ideas
  3. Strong start-up scene
  4. Magnet for young professionals

Reasons for Hamburg

Hamburg has been a port city and trading centre for more than one thousand years. And following the industrial revolution, this traditional merchants’ town has gradually turned into a major industrial location too. In the course of this period, technology, productivity and research advanced at a rapid pace, laying the foundations for modern-day Hamburg. Today, as digitisation has initiated a new industrial revolution, Hamburg is once again ahead of the game when it comes to leveraging new technological opportunities for the benefit of Hamburg’s residents and for developing new processes and products. With its broad industry base, Hamburg provides a solid foundation for this.

Success Story

Only shortly before entering the German market, the Swiss online shop Galaxus opened its German headquarters in Hamburg. "We have chosen Hamburg mainly for recruitment reasons," says Frank Hasselmann, Managing Director of Galaxus Germany. "The city is tremendously attractive for specialists from the e-commerce and media sectors, and we are seeking to benefit from this." For the time being, the Hamburg office provides 40 workplaces.



Hamburg Invest is the one-stop agency for investments in Hamburg. We serve as the central point of contact for all enterprises seeking to invest, expand, restructure, locate or settle in the Hamburg economic region.

HIW Hamburg Invest

Wirtschaftsförderungsgesellschaft mbH

Wexstrasse 7

20355 Hamburg


Phone: +49 40 2270 190

Fax: +49 40 2270 1929

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About Niedersachsen

With a population of eight million, Niedersachsen is Germany’s second largest state and lies directly on the North Sea coast. As a venue for international trade fairs, the capital of Hannover attracts professionals from across the globe. Niedersachsen also hosts the headquarters of Volkswagen, Europe’s largest car manufacturer. The Meyer Werft shipyard builds state-of-the-art cruise liners. Airbus produces parts for the world’s largest commercial aircraft. As the number-one state for renewable energies in Germany, Niedersachsen is the home of Enercon, one of the world’s largest wind turbine manufacturers.

Niedersachsen is home to many large and small/medium-sized enterprises which successfully market themselves across the globe.

  1. Excellent infrastructure
  2. Strong business sectors
  3. Innovative companies
  4. State-of-the-art research environment

Reasons for Niedersachsen

Niedersachsen lies on the German North Sea coast and is optimally connected thanks to international transport links: nine sea ports, Germany’s only deepwater port, highways, railways and Hannover Airport.

It enjoys a high domestic purchasing power and there is a strong demand for products and services from Niedersachsen. Niedersachsen’s GDP is around EUR 290 billion.

Niedersachsen is home to well-known companies. The state government supports the digital revolution, and start-ups will find an innovative environment and attractive funding opportunities here.

Excellent universities and specialised state-of-the-art research facilities offer an excellent environment for innovative companies and specialists.


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About Thuringia

Thuringia – located in the very heart of Germany. The free state distinguishes itself with its unique location, making it possible to easily access important economic centres within Europe. Being a vital industrial, service and R&D site, Thuringia embraces the European centre for optics, photonics and sensor technology. A wide range of innovative technologies and strong companies can be found throughout all industries – big names such as Daimler, Continental, Jenoptik, Zeiss, Bosch and CATL indeed shape the economic environment of the state. As an important location in the area of mechanical engineering, automation technology and medical engineering, Thuringia provides excellent conditions for entrepreneurial growth and economic success.

  1. Central location within Europe
  2. Excellent market access
  3. State-of-the art infrastructure
  4. Top-class R&D facilities

Reasons for Thuringia

Due to its central location and its ideal conditions for setting up businesses, Thuringia is the perfect site in one of the biggest markets worldwide that also boasts one of the highest purchasing powers. Thanks to its excellent infrastructure, all major German cities can be reached in less than five hours. More than 40 renowned R&D facilities and 13 universities are available as reliable partners for the local economy. Europe’s biggest EV battery plant is currently under construction right at the gates of Erfurt, while ZEISS – a global leader in optics – is heavily expanding its founding site in Jena. Astonishing natural scenery and a family-friendly environment make Thuringia an attractive place to work and live.

Success Story

The Chinese battery manufacturer Contemporary Amperex Technology Ltd. (CATL), one of the leading EV battery manufacturers in the world, is currently building its first plant outside China at a 70 ha area near Arnstadt (Thuringia). By 2024, CATL will invest about EUR 1.8 billion and create up to 2000 jobs. Initially running at an annual capacity of 14 gigawatt-hours, the plant will focus its activities on automated and intelligent battery production. Thuringia’s central location, its outstanding infrastructure, first-class investor service programs, the availability of highly qualified specialists and its state-of-the-art R&D capacities – were among the trump cards which convinced CATL and tipped the balance in the tough worldwide competition between regions.


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The State Development Corporation of Thuringia (LEG Thüringen) is happy to acquaint you with the many advantages Thuringia has to offer as a business location. We provide full-service support for any investment project – from the initial site search to project implementation and future expansions.

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About Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

An investment in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has countless advantages, and many global players have already recognised this fact. Successful companies value the outstanding quality of life as much as the abundance of space, the large number of skilled workers and the optimal location between the Baltic Sea, Hamburg and Berlin. Exceptionally family-friendly services, a beautiful Baltic coast, rich nature and amazing tranquility – this is what characterises life in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Motivated and fulfilled by our excellent work–life balance, we tackle every challenge head on.

  1. Optimal infrastructure
  2. Expanding locations
  3. Business-friendly atmosphere
  4. Qualified and motivated employees

Reasons for Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is situated in the heart of Europe. Its central position between the metropolises of Hamburg, Berlin, Copenhagen (Denmark) and Stettin (Poland) offers companies in all sectors outstanding locational advantages. Modern infrastructures enable direct access to global markets and make the north-easternmost federal state in Germany the ideal investment location.

In our state, you will find well-developed commercial sites, highly motivated professionals and quality business support from a single source. Both the network of regional universities and research institutes as well as company training contribute to the high standard of workforce performance. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is a location for first-class technology and close contact with institutes and networks.

Success story

Within the BIOTRONIK Group, CORTRONIK, based in Rostock-Warnemünde, is a centre of expertise for the development and production of stents – tubes which support arteries and which are used in the field of medicine. In this sector of the industry, BIOTRONIK is the market leader in some countries and has developed, among other devices, the first biologically expandable metal stent. Meanwhile, the company – which was founded in 1998 in the Warnemünde technology centre – has around 200 employees, most of whom work in the high-technology R&D area. CORTRONIK works very closely with research institutes throughout the region, particularly with the University of Rostock.


Invest in MV is your one-stop agency for company investments in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MV). As an indigenous economic development company, our service is free of charge for you. Allow us to support you – from the initial idea to the laying of the foundation stone and beyond:

  1. You contact us and we arrange an initial meeting with your personal contact.

  2. You receive individually selected information about the location in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and your industry.

  3. Your consultant supports you in all matters relating to location, finance, network, employees and questions concerning official bodies.

  4. You decide on an appropriate location or suitable property and together we settle all formalities.

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About Berlin

With its 3.7 million inhabitants, the German capital has undergone a fantastic development in the last decade. The city’s famous creativity and outstanding research landscape have been complemented by considerable economic power. Berlin has become a magnet for talent from all over the world and the birthplace and home of a constantly growing number of technology companies.

Around 30% of all German start-ups are based in Berlin. The city’s share of total VC financing in Germany over the last years has been between 50 and 70%. Berlin offers lots of support both to start-ups and innovative SMEs. The excellent research facilities, innovation hubs of many international corporations as well as investors all form an extremely productive ecosystem.

  1. Capital of Germany – Europe’s economic powerhouse
  2. Leading European hub for start-ups
  3. Unrivalled concentration of science and research
  4. Magnet for talent from all over the world

Reasons for Berlin

Berlin is a centre for innovation. The strengths of Berlin’s dynamic economy are particularly in the fields of ICT, media and creative industries, healthcare, energy technology, transport and photonics.

Berlin is also one of the most attractive cities worldwide, especially for young people. The Millennial Cities Ranking assesses 110 cities according to job opportunities, cost of living, openness and tolerance and the fun factor. In the overall ranking of 17 individual criteria, Berlin came first in 2018, ahead of Montreal, London, Amsterdam and Toronto.

As the capital of the biggest national economy in Europe, it goes without saying that Berlin plays a pivotal role in European Union decision-making.

Success story

A commitment to Berlin and Germany: at the time-honoured Siemens industrial estate in Berlin’s Spandau district, Siemens AG will make its largest single investment ever in the company’s history in Berlin. In the coming years, up to EUR 600 million are to be invested in a new world of working and living: Siemensstadt (‘Siemens City’) 2.0. This project aims to transform this large industrial area into a modern, urban district of the future. A further goal is to strengthen selected key technologies and innovation fields in collaboration with the scientific and business communities. To make this possible, this section of Berlin is to become home to centres of research and expertise, to start-up incubators and to scientific institutes and companies alike.


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Charging the future

Efficient battery technology is driving the future – literally, in terms of mobility, and as energy storage for numerous other applications. Many companies in Berlin are at the cutting edge of these developments. And because the city with its thriving startup scene is a magnet for young people, it has the necessary human resources. The estimated skilled workforce for battery-related operations amounts to some 126,000. More than 12,000 engineering graduates have specialised in battery-related subjects. The TU (Technical University of Berlin), the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology, and the BAM (Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing), to name just a few outstanding scientific research centres, are available as cooperation partners for innovative projects. A total of more than 30,000 scientists are doing pioneering work in battery-related fields in Berlin.

Powering the mobility transition

The world-famous Tesla company is building its European Gigafactory in direct proximity to Berlin. The factory will be supplemented by a battery plant. Both investment and the anticipated economic impact are immense. Elon Musk’s company will invest a reported 11 billion dollars in the undertaking and receive up to 1.6 billion dollars in government subsidies to create at least 14,000 new jobs. As well as producing up to 500,000 electric cars per year for the European market, the company aims to turn the site into the world's largest battery cell production plant. That Tesla has chosen the site near Berlin for what it promises will be “the most advanced high-volume electric vehicle production plant in the world” is a huge vote of confidence in the region. “Berlin rocks,” is Musk’s verdict on the city.

Space to grow

From the heart of Berlin to the city’s outskirts, there are dozens of places for companies to settle – even for production purposes. The site of the city’s former airport Tegel TXL is being transformed into the Urban Tech Republic science and business centre. This unique initiative will see up to 1,000 large and small business with some 20,000 employees work in research, development, and production. It will be a key location for urban technologies of the future, with a focus on green energy production and storage, energy efficiency, sustainable mobility, recycling and new materials. Allocations will begin soon. Meanwhile in Berlin’s Marzahn district, the 90-hectare Cleantech Park is set to become the city’s largest industrial park and a prime production location for companies in the fields of sustainable and efficient technologies.

Key clusters in the capital

Energy technologies and transport, mobility and logistics are two important innovation clusters for Berlin’s economic development. The sectors account for a total of around 16,000 companies and some 282,000 jobs. The city is also an important centre for the healthcare industries, with science, hospitals, and businesses working closely together. The ICT, media and creative industries make up another cluster. Finally, the photonics sector develops high tech products for extremely diverse areas of application. Around 400 companies and 16,600 people work in the innovative core of this cluster. Discover your opportunities in Germany’s thriving capital!

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Berlin Partner for Business and Technology is your first point of contact when you want to start doing business in Berlin. As a public–private partnership, Berlin Partner engages in promoting innovation and the economy on behalf of the Berlin State Senate on the one hand. And on the other hand, over 280 businesses and scientific facilities in the Berlin Partner network actively promote the development of Berlin as an economic location.

Berlin Partner supports companies through every stage of their development – from project qualification, funding and location searches to personnel recruitment, innovation consultancy, the search for partners and, finally, stepping out into international markets.

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About Saxony

Saxony has many pictures which tell many tales and create lots of history: The heart of "Silicon Saxony," Europe’s largest microelectronics/ICT cluster, beats in Dresden. Between Leipzig and Dresden, researchers and entrepreneurs are working hand in hand in the life sciences and environmental technology sectors. The Chemnitz-Zwickau region is the traditional powerhouse of Saxony’s economy: whether it be mechanical engineering or more than 100 years of Autoland Saxony – strong and highly efficient industries have evolved from smart ideas and intelligent solutions. Saxony’s innovative spirit focuses on such topics as lightweight construction, energy storage technologies, automation technology and the mobility of the future.

  1. High economic growth (>30 %) since 2000
  2. One of the most innovative regions in the EU
  3. Europe’s most modern air cargo hub – DHL Hub Leipzig
  4. Qualification level of the workforce above the German average

Reasons for Saxony

There are many good reasons why Saxony is a top location for international companies such as Volkswagen, BMW, Porsche, Infineon, BOSCH and many more. Saxony is the ideal logistics location. At Leipzig Airport, for instance, DHL runs its European air cargo hub 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Saxony’s greatest strength is its people. In terms of qualification, Saxony’s skilled workers lead the way in Europe. Another great plus for Saxony is its outstanding innovative power. And, Saxony is captivating, as Germany’s number-one cultural destination with more than 1,000 palaces and castles, and over 400 museums. The handicrafts produced in Saxony are also world-famous, such as watches made in Glashuette or MEISSEN®porcelain.


Success story

June 2017 – The sensation is perfect: the technology group Bosch is building a new mega fab to produce MEMS for applications in mobility and IoT. And the plant isn’t under construction somewhere in Asia; it’ll actually be completed in Europe by 2021 – right in the heart of "Silicon Saxony" in Dresden! At 1,000 million euros, it’s the largest single investment in Bosch’s company history. "Saxony provides ideal prerequisites. The region is renowned for its microelectronics cluster, which is unique in Europe, and it also excels with a superb infrastructure – the transport connections are excellent," says Otto Graf, head of the future Dresden factory, as he sums up the reasons that prompted the group to choose Saxony.


The pros behind Saxony are the staff members of the Saxony Economic Development Corporation (Wirtschaftsförderung Sachsen GmbH). We promote the business and research location Saxony with conviction. But we rather let our work speak for itself: we assist new business set-ups and company expansions, help develop new markets at home and abroad, initiate networks between business and research, launch transregional cooperations and much more.

You see, we give our very best for Saxony – and also for your project. We’d love to hear from you!

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About Baden-Württemberg

Hidden behind Baden-Württemberg’s (BW) romantic picture is Europe’s innovation region number one and Germany’s export machine. The third-largest federal state is situated in the German Southwest. Almost six percent of its GDP go to R&D, and the region files more patent registrations per citizen than any other state. Alongside the industrial giants – such as Daimler, Bosch, Porsche, and SAP – which are based in BW, thousands of small and medium-sized companies drive the economy. Key industries include mechanical engineering, the automotive industry as well as the healthcare sector and information and communication technologies. As a location of the future, BW is strong in artificial intelligence, Industry 4.0, lightweight and green technology.

  1. Germany’s and Europe’s innovation region number one
  2. Sectoral diversity with strong state-wide networks
  3. Home to leading AI research with Cyber Valley
  4. High quality of life and warm welcoming culture

Reasons for Baden-Württemberg

Baden-Württemberg is outstanding due to its high productivity, low unemployment rate and above all its innovativeness: R&D expenditure amounts to 30.3 billion euros (5.8 % of GDP, 2019). More than 100 excellent non-university research institutions, e.g. the Fraunhofer Society, ensure a continuous contribution to progress and cutting-edge technology. About 70 universities create an attractive higher education system. Furthermore, investors profit from BW‘s sectoral diversity and a growing pool of potential customers, from the highly developed parts-supplier structure, from cooperations with companies that are either related or in the same sector, and from its modern infrastructure as well as from the skills of highly qualified workers.

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Success story

The Swiss multinational healthcare company Roche invested a total of 400 million euros in their high-tech campus in Mannheim in 2018. This huge investment is a strong commitment to the region and the healthcare industry in Baden-Württemberg. Thus, within the last five years, Roche has invested one billion euros in Mannheim and is, with more than 8,000 employees, the second-largest employer at the location. The investment includes five construction projects: a new pharmaceutical production building; a new laboratory building; a server farm and the expansion of the fibre-optic infrastructure on the campus; a cold-water storage facility and a sales building with a virtual reality lab to show customers what their lab could look like with a Roche system.


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Baden-Württemberg International (BW_i) is the competence centre of the state of Baden-Württemberg for the internationalisation, promotion and development of business, science and research. We lend support to foreign and domestic companies, clusters and networks, research institutions and universities by serving as the central and first point of contact for all questions relating to internationalisation.

We support investors in each step of an investment project – from the provision of general information on our location, the legal framework and social insurance through to the identification of business and scientific partners and potential sites, as well as the support with administrative procedures and the connection with actors in the fields of business promotion and development.

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About Saarland

Bordering France and Luxembourg, Germany’s Saarland is an important industrial and logistics centre at the heart of Europe’s most successful economies. Those who concentrate on production will find optimal conditions, reliable partners and efficient support. Saarland’s automotive sector, for example, is Germany’s third strongest. Considering that the state – with one million inhabitants – is one of the smallest, this speaks volumes for the quality of the location and its workforce.

R & D, the service industry and the IT sector are equally strong. All major German research associations have established institutes in Saarland. The state is a top research spot for AI, cybersecurity, speech control, human machine interface and autonomous driving.

  1. the French and German market at its doorstep
  2. a skilled, versatile workforce
  3. a strong research landscape and intelligent and talented employees
  4. a full-service support for investors

Reasons for Saarland

Due to its size and diversity, Saarland is perfect for business. Industrial heritage and top-level research create unique opportunities. Production, engineering, services and AI – the state can offer it all.

Saarland is proud of its versatility and equally welcomes industrial enterprises, service providers and R & D companies. The state’s economic promotion corporation gwSaar is a strong partner that can support investors throughout the entire relocation process – from locational information to fully developed industrial sites or turnkey commercial buildings.

Saarland is the economic and cultural bridge between Germany and France. In addition to serving these two strong EU markets at once, investors can also recruit from both labour markets.

Success story

From production to R & D – Germany’s Saarland offers optimal conditions

For the German kitchen producer Nobilia, Saarland was the ideal location because of its proximity to France. Its site at Lisdorfer Berg, one of the largest industrial areas in south-west Germany, is ideally connected to the French and German motorway network and it can recruit its more than 1,000 employees in both countries.

For the Helmholtz Association, Saarland’s strong IT research landscape was crucial for the decision to establish its Center for Information Security (CISPA) here. The location at the university campus attracts many scientists and is situated right next to the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence and the Max Planck Institutes for Informatics and Software Systems.


The state-owned gwSaar Saarland Economic Promotion Corporation provides comprehensive services for investors. In Saarland, relocation management, economic promotion and the real estate industry act together. gwSaar covers everything under one roof – from classic promotion of economic development, consultancy and the development and sale of industrial estates to the provision of turnkey properties. In addition, gwSaar integrates – on a national and international scale – newly located businesses in a strong, cross-sectoral network, thus providing comprehensive support to them. allows a direct search for available sites and real estate

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About Schleswig-Holstein

Schleswig-Holstein may be Germany’s northernmost state but it’s still in the middle of Europe. With unique access to both the North and Baltic seas, it’s a transport hub to Scandinavia as well as the Baltic region. And it offers swift access to German and global markets via cosmopolitan Hamburg next door. Schleswig-Holstein is home to successful small- and mid-sized companies. The state has a strong innovation drive and a high quality of life. Key future-oriented industries include: Foods, renewable energies, medical technology and health care, I&K, logistics, maritime business, engineering and tourism.

  1. Perfect location near customers and suppliers
  2. Active science location = strong innovation potential, exceptionally qualified workforce
  3. Low corporate taxes, low real estate prices for purchase and rent
  4. Perfect work-life balance between two seas

Reasons for Schleswig-Holstein

Schleswig-Holstein has exceptional transport infrastructure, including the A7 and A1 highways. And the construction of the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link tunnel will create an additional connection to Scandinavia. Schleswig-Holstein has led the country in the expansion of fiber optic and, by 2025, fiber optic will be available state-wide. The state has plenty of innovation potential in areas such as hydrogen and battery cell research and offers access to a skilled workforce for key industries and forward-looking topics such as hydrogen, artificial intelligence and digitalization. Low corporate taxes and comparatively low real estate prices make the area attractive. Clear air, endless horizons and breath-taking nature offer a high quality of life as well as an infinite number of leisure activities.

Made in Lübeck: Exceptional performance – thanks to unique production

KMD Plastifizierungstechnik GmbH develops and manufactures high-quality machinery, better known as extruders, for the production of thermoplastic molded parts, as well as laboratory systems for spinning synthetic fibers and non-wovens. KMD was founded in 2011 in Dusseldorf with an R&D department but no production. The headquarters was moved to Lübeck in 2019 and production was added. WTSH helped KMD an appropriate production site and supported the creation of a company that researches, develops and produces and is truly based in the north. Owner Kellen Duan was also able to realize a dream of living and working next to the ocean.


WTSH offers comprehensive consulting for the foundation, expansion and relocation of companies. It works together with investors and companies to develop unique site solutions and support them with location decisions and beyond. The WTSH offers information on locations, funding opportunities and networking with industry clusters.

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About Brandenburg

Brandenburg is the industrial belt and a fast-growing energy region around Berlin, Germany’s capital. Innovative technological developments in renewable energy, electromobility, hydrogen and other sectors are already shaping the economic landscape.

From wind power and solar to hydrogen – the years of experience of numerous innovative SMEs are driving the development together with modern universities and research institutes. Modern test centers are developing hybrid as well as autonomous driving and flying technologies for the mobility of the future.

Leading global players such as BASF, ArcelorMittal and Rolls Royce have found all they’ve needed for years while recent market entrants such as TESLA have also discovered Brandenburg as a home away from home – industry at the highest level.

  1. Innovative, future-oriented energy region
  2. Close to the capital – universities and qualified specialists
  3. Industry-friendly – ready for investment and expansion
  4. Advantageous logistical proximity to Eastern European growth markets

Reasons for Brandenburg

Brandenburg is a driving force behind technological developments for renewable energies, electromobility and hydrogen. Innovative SMEs and global players develop solutions for the batteries of the future, large storage systems and new drivetrains.

Its location near Berlin offers proximity to political decision-makers. Numerous private colleges as well as seven universities yield young, motivated professionals. Industry has always been welcome in Brandenburg. Modern locations with varying infrastructure offer companies extensive development opportunities.

The region is connected to various logistical trans-European routes for trucks, trains and shipping as well as several oversea ports. Large logistics centers, together with BER Airport and inland ports, form important hubs.

Success Story

TESLA is transforming Brandenburg into the energy and automotive region of the future. The company’s contribution to the economic landscape is only the latest chapter in the lengthy economic and industrial history of Brandenburg. The state has been promoting the development of renewable energies as well as innovative technology for wind, hydrogen and solar for years. Brandenburg is now a competence center for these sectors and has numerous SMEs with extensive expertise. This expertise combined its proximity to Berlin as well as the modern, flexible, forward-looking attitude of its residents make it attractive to companies like TESLA.


The Brandenburg Economic Development Agency (WFBB) works closely with companies in the region, understands their needs, and advises and supports them. It also collaborates with companies that want to move into the region. Industry experts and cluster managers offer their expertise, network and advice. Our team of energy experts is happy to show you the way to a more energy-efficient future.

Whether you are looking for a location, learning about funding or recruiting skilled workers, we combine everything under one roof at our offices in Potsdam, the capital of Brandenburg, as well as our four regional advisory offices.

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Hamburg Invest

Hambourg est une ville portuaire et un centre commercial depuis plus de mille ans. Et depuis l’essor de la révolution industrielle dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle, cette ville traditionnelle de marchands est devenue peu à peu un site industriel majeur. La technologie, la productivité et la recherche y ont connu une progression rapide, jetant ainsi les bases du Hambourg actuel.

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Baden-Württemberg International

L’image romantique du Bade-Wurtemberg (BW) recèle un puissant moteur de l’industrie manufacturière et le champion mondial de l’exportation. Le troisième plus grand Land en Allemagne a misé sur l’ingéniosité et l’invention pour devenir ce qu’il est aujourd’hui – au premières lignes de l’innovation mondiale. Si des géants de l’industrie – comme Daimler, Bosch, Porsche et SAP – sont implantés au BW, des milliers de petites et moyennes entreprises y prospèrent également et sont un moteur pour l’économie.

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Invest in Bavaria

La Bavière, le plus grand Land d’Allemagne en termes de superficie et le deuxième en termes de population, est l’une des régions économiques les plus avancées et les plus prospères d’Europe. Son produit intérieur brut de 623 milliards d’euros en 2018 le classe au septième rang des économies de l’UE. La Bavière abrite des acteurs mondiaux comme Adidas, Allianz, BMW et Siemens. Dans le même temps, le principal atout de son économie réside dans un réseau dynamique de moyennes entreprises, dont beaucoup sont des leaders mondiaux reconnus.

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Invest in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Un investissement dans le Mecklembourg-Poméranie-Occidentale offre de nombreux atouts, et de nombreux acteurs mondiaux l’ont déjà reconnu. Les entreprises prospères apprécient autant la qualité de vie exceptionnelle que les vastes espaces, le nombre important de travailleurs qualifiés et l’emplacement optimal entre la mer Baltique, Hambourg et Berlin.

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Bremen Invest

Brême et sa ville sœur Bremerhaven sont l’un des principaux centres industriels allemands. Elles sont présentes dans de nombreux secteurs – de l’aérospatiale, de l’énergie éolienne et de la logistique aux industries maritime et automobile. Des entreprises comme Mercedes, Airbus et InBev, qui brasse la célèbre bière Beck’s, y sont également implantées. Brême apprécie les relations internationales: elle possède le quatrième port à conteneurs d’Europe et a le taux d’exportation le plus élevé de tous les Länder allemands.

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Germany works – Hessen succeeds

La Hesse est la première région économique au cœur de l’Allemagne. Situé au carrefour des grands axes de transport européens de personnes, de marchandises et de données, le Land offre les conditions idéales d’une réussite durable : solidité économique, capacité d’innovation et accès direct aux marchés allemand et européen.

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Berlin Partner

La capitale allemande a connu un développement spectaculaire ces dix dernières années. La créativité de la ville, qui a fait sa renommée, et son environnement de recherche exceptionnel vont de pair avec une puissance économique considérable. Berlin est devenue un pôle d’attraction pour les talents du monde entier et le berceau d’un nombre sans cesse croissant d'entreprises technologiques.

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Business Development and Technology Transfer Corporation of Schleswig-Holstein (WTSH)

Le Schleswig-Holstein, le Land le plus septentrional d’Allemagne, offre de nombreux avantages. Idéalement situé pour le transport, le Schleswig-Holstein est la porte d’entrée vers les marchés de Scandinavie, des pays baltes et d’Europe centrale et orientale. Grâce à la fibre optique, le Schleswig-Holstein est un pionnier en Allemagne, pour créer l’infrastructure à large bande la plus moderne d’Allemagne.

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NRW.Global Business

La Rhénanie-du-Nord-Westphalie (NRW) est le Land le plus peuplé d’Allemagne. Le Land compte une population de 17,9 millions d’habitants, supérieure à celle des Pays-Bas voisins. Avec près de 691,5 milliards d’euros, ils génèrent plus d’un cinquième du produit intérieur brut allemand total. La taille du marché et les conditions d’implantation favorables attirent des entreprises du monde entier dans la région du Rhin et de la Ruhr.

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Investment and Marketing Corporation Saxony-Anhalt

La Saxe-Anhalt est reconnue pour avoir connu un succès commercial croissant. La façade vitrée de la maison la plus haute du monde, chaque voiture construite en Allemagne, chaque aspirine et chaque bouteille de Chanel N° 5 recèle un peu de la Saxe-Anhalt. Avec une industrie très diversifiée, le Land de Saxe-Anhalt produit des équipements automobiles et est présent dans les TIC ainsi que dans les biotechnologies et la technologie médicale.

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State Development Corporation of Thuringia

La Thuringe – au cœur de l’Allemagne. L’Etat libre a une situation géographique unique, facilitant l’accès à d’importants centres économiques en Europe. Lieu vital de l’industrie, des services et de la recherche et du développement, la Thuringe est le centre européen de l’optique, de la photonique et de la technologie des capteurs. Lieu important dans le domaine de la construction mécanique, de l’automatisation et de la technologie médicale, la Thuringe offre d’excellentes conditions pour la croissance de l’entreprise et la réussite économique.

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Invest in Niedersachsen

Riche de ses huit millions d’habitants, la Basse-Saxe, située juste sur la côte de la mer du Nord, est le deuxième plus grand Land d’Allemagne. Avec ses foires internationales, la capitale Hanovre attire des professionnels du monde entier. La Basse-Saxe abrite de nombreuses grandes et petites/moyennes entreprises reconnues dans le monde entier.

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La SAXE ! – Le meilleur emplacement qui soit: Si cette région au cœur de l’Europe est un site de choix pour des entreprises actives au niveau mondial comme Volkswagen, BMW, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Infineon, DHL, Bosch ou NILES-SIMMONS-HEGENSCHEIDT, il y a de bonnes raisons à cela. Des branches industrielles dynamiques forment l’épine dorsale de la place économique de Saxe. Qu’il s’agisse de la construction mécanique ou de plus de 100 ans d’« Autoland Saxony » - des industries fortes et performantes ont prospéré en partant d’idées et de solutions intelligentes.

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Investitions- und Strukturbank Rheinland-Pfalz

La Rhénanie-Palatinat est une place économique internationale bien établie, prospère et tournée vers l’avenir. Des champions méconnus et des entreprises de portée internationale se traduisent par un mix industriel sain et par une création de valeur forte. L’économie structurée, innovante et de taille moyenne, ainsi que l’imbrication de l’économie et de la science permettant à ce Land de se positionner avantageusement à l’international.

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Germany works in Saarland

Les entreprises qui optent pour la Sarre sont sur un terrain favorable, car cette petite région de plaine est florissante. L’emploi dans l’économie sarroise est stable et on y trouve de nombreux professionnels et cadres pour relever les défis à venir, grâce aux nombreux étudiants des universités sarroises. Le commerce connaît également une croissance positive. Bref, c’est un bon climat pour les affaires. Avec des trajets courts et la proximité directe de la France et du Luxembourg, les investisseurs considèrent que la Sarre est un lieu idéal.

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Chambres de commerce allemandes

Les Chambres de commerce allemandes à l’étranger conseillent, soutiennent et représentent les entreprises allemandes dans le monde entier souhaitant développer ou étendre leurs activités commerciales à l’étranger. Les AHK sont des institutions de promotion du commerce extérieur allemand.

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