HANNOVER MESSE 2022
Global Business Magazine will also accompany the relaunch of HANNOVER MESSE 2022. The magazine features analyses and voices on current challenges in foreign trade. The magazine also presents partners and services for success in international markets.
The consequences of the Russian war and the renewed production and logistics disruptions in China are shaking up global trade.
Luís Castro Henriques, Chairman & CEO AICEP – Portuguese Trade and Investment Agency, about the opportunities of the Portuguese presentation at the HANNOVER MESSE 2022.
Dr. Robert Hermann, CEO of Germany Trade and Invest, on the new wave of foreign direct investments in Germany.
Frank Xu, director of CiiPa, on the benefits of German-sino cluster cooperation in challenging times.
The Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce notes: Corona lockdowns and the war in Ukraine are weighing on the business prospects of German companies in many countries
Frank Stührenberg, Managing Director of Phoenix Contact, about globalization, decoupling strategies and new opportunities in this situation.
Domenico Iacovelli, CEO of the Schuler Group, on internationalization, growth and division of labor even in times of pandemic and war.
Dominic Kurtaz, Managing Director EuroCentral of Dassault Systèmes, on the role of digital knowledge platforms.
Deutsche Messe Technology Academy continues worldwide growth – cooperations at several locations complement trade fair business.
Moroccan universities develop industrial automation projects through the help of CCoA.
Ziehl-Abegg can present itself as an attractive employer to an audience of millions through using TikTok as a recruiting tool for finding skilled workers.
The HRDD webinar illustrates why human rights due diligence is now becoming relevant to business partners from around the world.
The recent events show that the world of globalization is changing – what does the new geopolitical world order mean for consumers and the industry?
Attracting and retaining top people is becoming an increasingly important competitive factor.
Brazilian Network of International Business Centers (CIN Network)
- Regional Government support
- Strategic location.
- Sites at competitive costs.
- Quality of life.
- Aids and incentives for Investment, Training and Employment.