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Mexican Executives in Bavaria and Berlin

While the Mexican and German ministries of economic affairs are preparing the signing of a government statement as the basis for the bilateral cooperation within the framework of the MP, the pilot group has already successfully completed its training at the Academy of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria. Westerham... Read More

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Catching up in Cairo

From mid-2012 to the beginning of 2013, the first Egyptian managers participated in the Manager Training Programme (MP) in Germany. The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) issued invitations to a follow-up meeting in Cairo – and most Egyptian alumni accepted. Cairo. For one manager group it had been six months since they had attended... Read More

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Tunisia – a New Partner Country for the Manager Training Programme

The Manager Training Programme (MP) is continuing to expand. While Mexico became a partner country last year, a government declaration is to be signed with Tunisia in 2014. “Tunisia is a land of the future”, declared Sigmar Gabriel, the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy, on 19th June 2014 at the German-Tunisian Economic Forum... Read More

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“I am a Fan of the Programme”

In an interview on the fringe of the Partner Conference, Dr Karl-Ernst Brauner commented on the Manager Training Programme (MP). As Director General for External Economic Policy of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) until the end of August 2013, Dr Brauner was also responsible for the Manager Training Programme. He was... Read More

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Well Prepared for Siberia

German executives travelled to Siberia for what was already the third time to learn more about an exciting, growing market and to establish contact with Russian companies. However, before flying east, the German business people first had to return to school. The GIZ taught them all about the country and its people. For “Good preparation... Read More

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Exchange on the Medium Business Sector and on the Programme’s Development

Berlin. Besides the exchange of views on the Programme itself, the focus of the 9th International Partner Conference of the Manager Training Programme (MP) was on the role of medium-sized businesses in Germany and the partner countries. Representatives of political and implementation partners from 19 countries followed the invitation by the German Federal Ministry of... Read More

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“Fit for Business with China” successfully continued

Chengdu/Taicang. German entrepreneurs were guests in Chengdu and Taicang for two weeks. There they familiarised themselves with the current market situation and established business contacts with Chinese companies. After the success of the previous year, the second group of executives from the middle and upper levels of German companies travelled to China in September 2013... Read More

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Chinese Executives in Bavaria

Munich. Chinese participants in the Manager Training Programme (MP) learnt a lot about the successes and problems of German family enterprises, the latest branding methods and intercultural differences. At the same time, they established valuable contacts to German companies. The beer gardens were packed as usual in July; the Alps panorama was inviting – but... Read More

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Legislation, Visas and Contacts at the 5th German-Russian Business Talks

Bonn. To meet new and old business partners, learn about the changes in Russian legislation and visa formalities or become inspired by the success of German Programme participants on the Russian market – these were some of the reasons why 150 guests met at the Russian Consulate General in Bonn on 21 June 2013. Despite... Read More

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Central Asia Economic Conference Shows the Significance of the Manager Training Programme

Berlin. The 4th Central Asia Economic Conference was held at the House of German Business (Haus der deutschen Wirtschaft) in Berlin on 22 and 23 April under the motto “Germany and Central Asia – progress through cooperation”. High-ranking representatives of the five Central Asian states (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan) and Mongolia met with... Read More