Digital Hubs in Germany

Digital Hubs in Germany

Author: Josefina Nungesser / Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI)

 

 

THE DIGITAL HUB INITIATIVE: WHERE TO SET UP YOUR BUSINESS IN GERMANY

The Digital Hub Initiative is run by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and aims to strengthen Germany’s position as a world leading digital ecosystem and attractive business location.
Twelve Digital Hubs distributed over the whole of Germany form a strong network enabling the exchange of technological and business expertise, programs and ideas. Startups, established businesses and academics join forces at each Digital Hub to find answers to the challenges of the digital age. Innovation programs develop new solutions in industry relevant fields, from artificial intelligence to new mobility to smart infrastructure.

With its international appeal, the German ecosystem is one of the most relevant locations for business founders and investors from all over the world. Unlike other centers of digitization such as the Silicon Valley, the focus in Germany is not on any one particular region, but on progress at multiple locations. German digital companies are among the world’s most valuable, while traditional corporations and SMEs continue to lead the markets and are at the forefront of digital development in their industries too.
A national Hub Agency based in Berlin coordinates the way the Digital Hubs work together. In collaboration with Germany Trade and Invest, whose brief is to promote foreign trade and market locations, Digital Hubs are advertised abroad to raise the international profile of Germany as a forerunner on the digital scene.

Driven by technical excellence and proven market competence, the Digital Hub Initiative is about producing innovative solutions and strong economic growth. National and international talent and investors are invited to be part of this digital success story by contributing their business ideas and inspiration. So, get in touch to become part of this unique network. The next unicorn will be German!