What sounds great and is worth upwards of €1bn? Germany’s music making industry, which spans everything from Bechstein pianos to digital tools that can simulate any instrument under the sun. Check it out in our new video.
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Germany is the world’s leading producer of farming equipment and is now leading the way in digital agriculture. Our video s(h)ows some ideas about how foreign investors can get involved in the German agtech revolution.
The trend is clear – all of Germany’s big carmakers are going electric. No wonder that Germany is expected to overtake China as the world’s leading EV producer. And now Tesla’s coming as well.
A swift targeted health response and quick, non-bureaucratic assistance for businesses large and small – those are two reasons Germany has thus far weathered the corona crisis comparatively well. But what might be coming in the future for post-lockdown German business? We take an initial look.
How many foreign companies have set up their business in Germany last year? Which countries are in the Top 3? GTAI’s annual FDI report for Germany is out. Check out our video for a brief summary.
Several German citites appeared in the recently published FDI Intelligence report “European Cities and Regions of the Future 2020/21”. Check out our video to see which cities made the ranks.
Germany is a world leader in lightweight construction and engineering. And that is generating opportunities and innovation in engineering, materials technology, design and services. Watch our video!
Stefan di Bitonto, expert for the automotive industry at Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) talks about TESLA in Germany.
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!
Germany’s rail system will be looking very different in the future. The German government and rail company Deutsche Bahn have committed to invest €86 billion in tracks, trains, switching stations over the next ten years. Big chance for companies, as Germany is more open than many other countries to foreign involvement in its rail network.