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Cooperation with Uzbekistan extended

[21.01.2019] Germany and Uzbekistan extend their cooperation in the Manager Training Programme. Claudia Dörr-Voß, Secretary of State in the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), and Sukhrob Kholmuradov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan, signed a declaration to this effect today in Berlin during a meeting on bilateral economic relations. The... Read More

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Apply now to participate!

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and the Tunisian Ministry of Industry invite managers and executives from Tunisian small and medium-sized enterprises to attend a bilateral training programme organized by GIZ. Participants will attend a preparatory phase in Tunisia followed by a 4 week programme in Germany from 25 March until 19... Read More

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The World of Work 4.0: Digital, Innovative, Efficient

[18.12.2018]  Digital transformation is changing not only societies, but also the world of work. The manufacturing industry is characterised by increasing automation with intelligent robots linked to each other. Twenty-one Tunisian MP participants who visited Rittal GmbH & Co. KG in Hesse with the TÜV Rheinland Akademie in May 2018 were able to see the... Read More

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What will marketing of the future look like?

[27.11.2018] Central Asian executives were filled in on the latest advertising and marketing trends during their visit to the New Communication agency in Kiel. Among other things, they learned what 360-degree communication means, and how new technologies can boost sales. Agency manager Sören Mohr and his team greeted specialists from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan with... Read More

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Packaging production 4.0

[26.11.2018] How can packaging production be modernised in the food industry? How do we meet customers‘ ever-growing demands, and the challenges of differentiated markets? And how can environmentally harmful packaging waste be avoided? Answers to all these questions were being sought by 20 top executives from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, who visited the German GEA... Read More

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Industry 4.0 – Smart solutions from a sensor manufacturer

[23.11.2018] China is one of the world's leading nations in the field of digitisation, and that’s no accident. The Chinese government has been stepping up its investment in innovative companies and promoting digital key technologies. But Chinese entrepreneurs still have something to learn from German companies. How do German companies digitise production processes, and is... Read More

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Russian executives wind up an intensive month of work and training

[21.11.2018] Import contracts in the double-digit million range for open-pit mine reclamation, personnel management and filter systems A total of 83 individual business contacts, 15 company visits and 7 full-day training sessions, with €14 million contracts in the works! These are the fruits of the visit some Russian managers paid to GICON-InTraBiD GmbH. The group... Read More

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Central Asian Leaders meet Hidden Champion in the Rhineland

[12.11.2018] In June 2018, the TÜV Rheinland Academy gladly received executives from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan in Cologne as part of the Manager Training Program. It is unusual to have three countries from Central Asia represented within one group of MP participants, and it actually brought their business community closer together. The training not only... Read More

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Felix Solingen: Traditional company is looking sharp

[07.11.2018] A visit to a traditional company in the German knife industry, Felix Solingen, was on the programme for a group of Ukrainian executives, who completed their training in the spring of 2018 at the Carl Duisberg Center. Felix Solingen GmbH is one of the oldest knife manufacturers in the world. It has been producing... Read More

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A Visit to the World Capital of Medical Technology

The majority of Germans have probably never heard of the small town of Tuttlingen with its not quite 35,000 inhabitants near the Black Forest. Nevertheless, almost 600 enterprises in the field of medical technology are located there, many of them world market leaders in their industries. When 18 MP participants visited Germany at the end... Read More