Deutschlandkarte mit Brandenburg in blauer Markierung| © GTAI The Federal State of Brandenburg has developed into a modern, high-quality location and into a driver of economic activity in the German Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg. Together, Brandenburg and Berlin are one of the most dynamic economic areas in Europe. With its strong-growing economy the German Capital Region is one of Europe’s most exciting hubs. Its central position in the continent ensures that all the growing markets in Europe are only a one-day truck drive away.
The unique mix of the many positive locational factors - an excellent infrastructure, high-level science and research competence, qualified and motivated specialists, innovative creativity, cultural highlights and scenic beauty - makes Brandenburg an attractive investment location. Many global players have already settled there, for example ArcelorMittal, Mercedes Benz, Rolls-Royce, Swiss Krono, Thermo Fisher, Vestas and VW.
International corporations and innovative SMEs find excellent foundations in Brandenburg for their economic development. A wide range of commercial, industrial and office spaces are available in the best locations and at reasonable prices. Trade taxes are also very favourable. Furthermore, Brandenburg offers one of the best financial supporting structures in Europe.
Brandenburg Invest (WFBB), the Brandenburg economic development corporation, is the central point of contact for investors, companies based in the state of Brandenburg and technology-oriented start-ups. WFBB offers a broad array of services for economic development and the promotion of employment: From supporting a company’s establishment and its expansion to promoting innovation, internationalization and networking as well as the acquisition and qualification of a skilled workforce. As Brandenburg’s Energy Saving Agency, WFBB is also closely linked to the implementation of the state’s energy strategy. WFBB also supports the development of sector-specific innovation clusters in the state of Brandenburg and the German Capital Region.