Partners

A strong network of partners in Germany and in your country can support you in your venture. Learn more about the economic development agencies of Germany’s federal states and the German Chambers of Commerce. 

Federal States

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And learn more about the economic development agencies of Germanys federal states.

Baden-Württemberg International

Hidden behind Baden-Württemberg's (BW) romantic picture is a roaring engine of manufacturing and the world's export champion. The third-largest state in Germany has relied on ingenuity and invention to get where it is today – at the forefront of global innovation. Although titans of industry – such as Daimler, Bosch, Porsche, and SAP – are based in BW, thousands of small and medium-sized companies thrive here too and really drive the economy.

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Invest in Bavaria

Bavaria, Germany’s largest state in terms of area and second largest in terms of population, is one of Europe’s most advanced and successful economic regions. Its gross domestic product of EUR 623 billion in 2018 ranks it as the seventh largest economy in the EU. Although Bavaria is home to global players like Adidas, Allianz, BMW and Siemens, the backbone of its economy is a vibrant population of medium-sized enterprises, many of whom are acknowledged world market leaders.

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Berlin Partner

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 home and birthplace of a constantly growing number of technology companies.

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Economic Development Agency Brandenburg

Brandenburg makes the difference – as one of the most dynamic regions Brandenburg is the “Industrial Belt” around the German Capital City Berlin and almost as large as Belgium. The region offers businesses and specialists best conditions for every requirement and every budget.

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Bremen Invest

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.

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Hamburg Invest

Hamburg has been a port city and trading centre for more than one thousand years. And ever since the rise of the industrial revolution in the second half of the 18th century, this traditional merchants’ town gradually turned into a major industrial location too. In the course of this, technology, productivity and research advanced at a rapid pace, laying the foundations for modern-day Hamburg.

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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.

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Invest in 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.

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

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NRW Invest

North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) is the most populous state in Germany. With its 17.9 million inhabitants, there are more people living here than in the neighboring Netherlands. At around EUR 705 billion, they generate more than one-fifth of the total German gross domestic product. The size of the market and the favorable location conditions attracts companies from all over the world to the Rhine and Ruhr.

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Investitions- und Strukturbank Rheinland-Pfalz (ISB)

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.

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Investment and Marketing Corporation 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 industry in Saxony-Anhalt today is widely diversified and includes everything from automotive supply production to ICT, biotechnology and medical technology.

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Germany works in Saarland

Companies that opt for Saarland are stood on good ground, as this small flatland is in robust shape. This can be seen in stable employment figures for Saarland's economy, as well as a rich seam of specialists and executives of the future, as its universities boast high student numbers. Trade is also experiencing positive growth. In short: this is a good climate for business. Together with short routes and direct proximity to France and Luxembourg, investors are identifying Saarland as a great location.

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SAXONY!

SAXONY! – A Business Location at Its Best: There are many good reasons why the region in the heart of Europe is a top location for globally active companies as Volkswagen, BMW, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Infineon, DHL, Bosch, or NILES-SIMMONS-HEGENSCHEIDT. Vibrant industrial branches form the backbone of the business location Saxony. 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.

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WTSH

Schleswig-Holstein, the most northern federal state in Germany, provides many advantages. Conveniently located for transportation, Schleswig-Holstein is the gateway to the markets in Scandinavia, the Baltic states and in central and eastern Europe. With its fibre optic strategy, Schleswig-Holstein is a pioneer nationwide, and is thereby creating the most state-of-the-art broadband infrastructure in the whole of Germany.

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State Development Corporation of 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. 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.

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German Chambers of Commerce

The German Chambers of Commerce Abroad advise, support and represent German companies worldwide that wish to develop or expand their business activities abroad. The AHKs are institutions of German foreign trade promotion.

Learn more at ahk.de/en/