Doing Business with Germany
In an initiative called "a win-win idea" by Ambassador Peter Ammon, the German Embassy is working with US states, German companies in the US and education and training facilities to spread best practices in sustainable workforce development, and, at the end of the day, to help fill more jobs with capable, well-trained people.
Training to Work
The IT sector is on the rise all over the world, and in no where more so than in Berlin. A cutting edge city full of artists and hipsters, Berlin is now poised to make a splash in the startup scene as well. Chancellor Merkel has also taken notice of these changes, and wants to provide ample room for these companies to grow.
A new website called “Make it in Germany” aims to answer all of your questions about working in Germany, while providing you with testimonials from those who have already made it there, as well as insight into how they did so.
Make it in Germany
Germany is one of the world's leading industrial nations. It offers a large market, a central location in Euroa and a high level of innovation. Do you need more reasons to invest in Germany?
Germany is the classic example of an open economy with intensive economic relations to other countries and ranks as one of the world’s three biggest trading nations behind the USA and China.
Germany - Well Placed in Global Competition
Germany's system of external economic promotion is supported by Government and business alike. Companies can always rely on the support of the nine German missions in the Unites States as a partner.
Players and Partners