The ever changing State: here are some of Baden-Württemberg’s recent innovation initiatives in a nutshell.
Baden-Württemberg’s Minister of Economics, Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut, on industrial innovation and global competition.
Surrounded by football fields: this is where you will find the ideal place to study. VfB Stuttgart Akademie – A deep forward pass for business talents.
Indo-MIM gives the metal powder its complex shape. Kiran Kumar, Vice President at Indo MIM in Stuttgart, on starting a business in Germany.
The gaming industry is growing silently in the Black Forest. Adrian Goersch, founder of Black Forest Games in Offenburg, on recruiting in Europe.
Oliver Mahn flies to India 15 times a year and has succeeded in organizing 16 India Film Festivals in Stuttgart.
The Forum der Kulturen sits in the heart of Baden-Württemberg’s capital city Stuttgart. Overlooking the Marktplatz, the office has the pole position.
Franz Loogen, head of E-mobile BW, on perspectives for international talents in the car industry in Baden-Württemberg.
Oliver Schmidt, of KIT’s International Services Unit, shares his views on the cooperation projects of KIT worldwide, especially in China and India.
Sridharan Rangarajan on his career as an Indian IT manager with Bosch in Germany and the company’s global digitization strategy.
Baden-Württemberg’s challenges offer an opportunity for talented people from abroad. The new immigration law and the winds of change hitting BW are topic.
The Prime Minister of Baden-Württemberg, Winfried Kretschmann, in an interview on the challenge of disruption in his federal state.