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Düsseldorf as the centre of international business in North Rhine-Westphalia

Number of foreign companies grows – British in the lead

Figures from a new IHK study prove the continued high attraction of the state capital for foreign companies. More than one of six member-companies of the Düsseldorf Chamber of Commerce and Industry has majority foreign share capital or is run by foreigners. Since the last analysis of this kind in 2019, the number of foreign companies registered in the commercial register in the CCI district has risen by 11 per cent – and even by 60 per cent since 2010.

Due to Brexit, the largest group for the first time is made up of companies from the United Kingdom (704), followed by Greater China (654), the Netherlands (586), the USA (412), Switzerland (360), Luxembourg (322), France (284) and Japan (267). With 1,653 companies, trade is the most strongly represented sector of the companies registered in the commercial register.

The Managing Director International at the Düsseldorf Chamber of Commerce and Industry emphasises that to ensure the region remains a centre of attraction for interational companies and investors, the hard and soft location factors must contain to be steadily improved. These include uncomplicated entry and residence options, transport and digital infrastructure, a secure energy supply, sufficient commercial space and the availability of skilled workers.

 Source: Zahl ausländischer Unternehmen wächst – IHK-Magazin (

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Düsseldorf, the state capital of the start-up region

With around 550 startups, Düsseldorf has a very lively, growing startup scene and offers optimal conditions for founding and scaling.

What makes this state and Düsseldorf so interesting? The central location, the optimal transport infrastructure, the demographic and  economic density and thus ideal for customer accession in the B2C aswell as B2B area.

Düsseldorf, the ideal address to start up in Germany !

Düsseldorf is a perfect combination of tradition and modernity, dynamic economy and leisure activities, good quality infrastructure and respect for the environment.

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Source: Startup-City Düsseldorf | Die Startup-City am Rhein

Germany is a global pioneer in AI

Artificial Intelligence, AI, will change most business areas in Germany

The German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs expects that by 2035 there will no jobs any more, where AI is not relevant. The estimates of PwC suggest, that AI could contribute up to 15.7 trillion US dollars to the global economy by 2030.

For several years now, Germany has been an international leader in terms of registering AI patents. The term “Industry 4.0” came up at the Hannover Trade Fair in Germany in 2011 and described the innovative use of digital technologies. Now the concept is recognised around the world for the development of so-called “smart factories” where the monitoring and measuring of the manufacturing processes are digitalized. 

Source: Artificial Intelligence | Industry 4.0 | Smart Factories (

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Would you like to participate in Germany‘s strong economy?

Germany is the largest economy in Europe.

Germany is the fourth largest economy in the world after the United States, China and Japan and the largest economy in Europe. It is the third largest export nation globally: with 70% the service sector contributes the largest part to the country’s GDP.

Located at the center of the European Union, the German market offers stability and economic security as well as unlimited access to the surrounding 27 EU Member States – development is positive and the investment potential in Germany is diverse. 

Source: Business Location Germany – KPMG Germany

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