Top Investment 2022 in Saxony

The health industry and medical technology are among the sectors with great future potential and promise attractive growth and market opportunities for companies and investors. Saxony is excellently positioned for this.

Top Investments 2022 in Bavaria

As an industrial powerhouse, Bavaria offers the burgeoning tech scene optimum conditions for growth. Let’s find out why so many global companies have decided to set up a business here in 2022 and why the opportunity to cross innovate is the real draw of the region.

Top Investment 2022 in Saarland

Saarland understands transformation. With the multiple changes in its national status since the First World War, the state in direct vicinity of France and Luxembourg already had to repeatedly adjust to fundamental changes. The last turning point to be managed was the end of coal mining in 2012, after more than 200 years. Today Saarland is a model region – also for mastering structural change.

Top Investments 2022 in Baden-Württemberg

More than 6,300 foreign companies are located in Baden-Württemberg. THE LÄND boasts innovative strength, a diverse range of industries, research institutions with close links to business as well as highly trained specialist staff. Thanks to these factors, it continues to be an attractive location for international investors as one of Germany’s and Europe’s most powerful economic centres, even during times of crisis.

Germany’s Late Bloomer

The east of Germany is catching up, attracting a series of high-profile, big-ticket international business expansions.
The region is finally delivering on a 30-year-old promise.

Top Investments 2022 in Berlin

For the second year in a row, Berlin has been voted as the startup capital. Traditional company Mercedes Benz opened its Mercedes-Benz Digital Factory Campus in 2022, and with the AMBER brand, regional competencies and the transparency of the synergy potential between 3D printing actors and industry will be bundled.

“There is huge potential for exchange, joint development and convergence of interest”

Grisha Alroi-Arloser, CEO of the German-Israeli Chamber of Industry and Commerce, looks back on how Israel weathered the corona pandemic and considers what the future holds for the long-established international partnership between his nation and Germany.

New Hopes on Chips

Starting in the 1990s, chip production migrated to low-wage countries in Asia. Does Europe have any chance of enticing it back? It has! In this episode we’ll talk to the woman leading Intel’s big expansion in Germany. And get insights from the managing director of something called Silicon Saxony.

German Companies Named WEF Lighthouses

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has honored two German firms as part of its Global Lighthouse Network initiative.

German GDP Rose by Two Percent in 2022

According to initial calculations by Germany’s Federal Statistical Office, price-adjusted gross domestic product was up by 1.9 percent last year. The figure is two percent when calendar effects are taken into account.