Germany Starts Unlimited Relief Program for Corona-Hit Firms

German government ministries and a state bank have commenced a “Special Plan 2020” to save companies from bankruptcy because of the virus.

Incentives: Let It Grow

Project financing incentives are available to all investors and are provided by the German government, the federal states, and the E.U. to support business growth. Germany Trade & Invest advises large companies (turnover €50m+) and SMEs.

Tech Centers Berlin and Munich

If you’re looking for technology and artificial intelligence experts, you should start in Berlin and Munich. That’s according to data from Internet jobs platform LinkedIn.

Big German Words

New legislation has the German government injecting some €90bn into special project areas and makes it easier for companies to employ specialists in Germany. Watch our video!

Removing Barriers

Investing in Germany’s future has rarely been easier. Lawmakers recently passed forward-thinking legislation that will usher in a wave of new opportunities for investors, both domestic and foreign.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Germany’s Plattform Industrie 4.0 is one of the largest associations in the world focusing on the changes that will arise from digitalization and automation.

Germany Redoubles Efforts to Attract Qualified Foreign Workers

German governmental and business leaders launch major push to expand skilled labor force.

High Marks

It’s report card time again, and Germany has brought home some excellent marks. The magazine US News and World Report ranked Germany the second-best country in the world for entrepreneurs, behind only Japan.

Blockchain and the Bundesrepublik

The federal German government has announced a new blockchain strategy, aimed at exploiting the opportunities represented by this technology and enlisting them to drive the digital transformation of the country.

World’s Favorite Label

There’s no better label for products around the world than “Made in Germany.” That’s the conclusion of a new study carried out by the online survey platform YouGov and Cambridge University in the UK.