It´s only logical that any serious agenda for fulfilling the Paris Climate Agreement will entail new jobs and new value chains in many regions and economic sectors. In Germany, phasing out coal is part of this agenda. The federal German government has specified that the phase-out must open up new opportunities for the people and the economies of coal-producing regions.
Why does it pay to come to Germany? What are the USP’s of this location, rated one of the most attractive business environments in the world? Our “Location”-pieces answer these questions.
Don’t know your pentium from your petaflops? No problem. Our video on QuantumComputing has the answers & will introduce you to the two fastest computers in Germany.
Siemens plans on investing up to EUR 600 million in its historic Siemensstadt (Siemens City) campus in Berlin. It is the largest single investment in the company’s history and reflects Germany’s strength as an innovation hub.
Thyssenkrupp has opened a research group with the aim of transforming off-gasses created in steel production into methanol, which can be used as fuel.
On a visit to the Japanese capital in May, Berlin’s mayor announced that Japanese company Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) would be investing more than a hundred million of euros in his city in the years to come.
When you think of online shopping, you probably don’t imagine customers aged 60 and older. But maybe you should.
More and more companies in Germany are outsourcing their customer service, and that represents a great business opportunity. Now, digitalization is driving the growth of the market for corporate services in Germany.
This May, IBM Watson and Bavaria’s Fortiss institute opened a joint technology center in the Bavarian capital Munich.
According to a survey of 435 retail businesses by the research organization EHI, for the first time ever, in 2018 Germans paid more often with credit or debit cards (48.6%) than cash (48.3%) for their retail purchases.
More than 2,000 foreign companies opened up businesses in Germany in 2018 – a new record. A survey carried out by Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) found that some British companies are investing in Germany in response to the threat of Brexit.