STARTUP AUTOBAHN: On the Autobahn to success
A mix of suits and bright coloured sneakers – that’s the charm of Startup Autobahn. Our impressions about the innovative platform at their Program 5 event hosted in the Arena2036 in Stuttgart
Moritz Gräter: “Innovation is lived internationally.”
Moritz Gräter, Managing Director of CODE_n, on how attractive Stuttgart is to international start-ups and presents his coming festival.
Christmas Market: the most wonderful time of the year
Germany is famous for its traditional Christmas markets. Almost every medium-sized town has one, and some are open the whole of December, a time period called “Advent”.
new.New Festival: CODE_n aims to explore the DNA of innovation
Code_n Managing Director Moritz Gräter on collaboration, co-creation and what becoming a partner of the new.New Festival means.
Dr. Walter Rogg: “International students are an enrichment”
Dr. Walter Rogg, Managing Director of the Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation (WRS), on the perspectives for international professionals in the booming region.
Social Impact gGmbH: A home for social entrepreneurs
The social entrepreneurs have been represented for a time already in Baden-Württemberg and are continuously gaining importance. In Stuttgart, they have an active supporter for over 20 years now: the Social Impact gGmbH.
bw-i: Great perspectives in the German Southwest
Germany’s Southwest is one of the most innovative regions in Europe. Young professionals interested in a career here can now consult the website www.bw-jobs.de in their job search.
Eleftherios Hatziioannou: an entrepreneur’s limitations
The SMOOPE Co-founder discusses the pros and cons of entrepreneurship in Stuttgart and why the support of young innovators matter to him.
The start-up ecosystem Stuttgart
From the commonly known “Benz-City” into the city of founders: In Stuttgart, local entrepreneurs are finally able to think, create and stay in their homeland.
Space for innovation: Stuttgart’s start-up hubs
The motto is “Kessel-love”. And it means that Baden-Württemberg’s start-ups and companies won’t have to leave their home anymore to be able to think. Introducing five prevailing innovations hubs in the State’s capital.
The Recognition Act: A successful integration effort?
Ever since Germany has signed the Recognition Act (2012), a career there has become even more reachable for international professionals. But is it really an asset to successful labour market integration?
Baden-Württemberg: Mobility and migration in its DNA
Baden-Württemberg has faced many waves of immigration. A historical digression.