Berlin, a globally competitive center for business, technology and creative industries has five key industry clusters: Health Industries, ICT | Media | Creative Industries, Transport | Mobility | Logistics, Energy Technologies, and Photonics. Service industries and manufacturing are also a strong part of Berlin’s economy.Learn More
Berlin - a prominent international location in healthcare industries with innovative pharmaceutical, Medtech, and Biotech companies focusing their research on Big Data, Digital Health, and Telemedicine.
The convergence of Berlin’s rich arts and cultural scene with its ICT, media, gaming sectors make for an innovative tech center that is always changing. Berlin is Germany’s start-up capital and creative center!
A wide range of companies work in close cooperation with first-class research institutes on new technologies, concepts and system solutions for environmentally friendly, efficient and safe mobility.
Berlin has the reputation of being a progressive, sustainable, and innovative city internationally. Its future-oriented policies and environmental awareness have resulted in Berlin being a forerunner in electromobility and energy technologies.
Photonics, the scientific and economic use of light, also closely linked microsystems technology are among the most important key technologies of digitization. Berlin-Brandenburg is a leading region in photonics and is producing new solutions and products in communication and medicine.
Besides the innovative clusters, Berlin is a popular location for service industries and manufacturing. Berlin has established itself as an important European hub for the services sector. More and more companies with global operations are opening service centers in Berlin and offering business services.
Berlin has become an attractive industrial location for innovative sectors. Currently, over 106,500 people in the German capital are employed in the manufacturing trades.
With its increasingly mature startup ecosystem, open attitude and strong focus on deep tech solutions in FinTech, HealthTech, IoT, FoodTech and other fields we have lots of expertise in, it only made sense to build up our European footprint and home in Berlin” says Theresia. “We love working with innovative minds that seek to look beyond their home market and there are lots of them in Berlin.Theresia Oberhaus, Managing Director, Germany
Ballast Lane Applications, Boston, MA (ICT)
Opening our European headquarters in Berlin has helped Formlabs become a market leader of the digital fabrication industry in Europe - from dental to engineering to automotive design. Located in the historic Funkhaus, our team of more than 120 employees now has the perfect space to innovate on a global scale - in the heart of Europe! Just like us, Berlin is a vibrant, diverse and international city, making it the perfect place for our growing European business.Stefan Hollaender, Managing Director EMEA
Formlabs, Somerville, MA (Manufacturing Industries)
In 2008, we moved our German headquarters to Berlin: we wanted to be where research, development, care, health policy are driven forward, to get involved and learn from others. The move was the right decision for us. Berlin has since evolved further as a diverse, vibrant and international city,creating the environment we can flourish and thrive in as a company.Peter Albiez, Country Manager
Pfizer (Healthcare Industries)
The city is full of the energy needed to drive tech businesses like Omio forward. It has the right ingredients to scale a business, including access to capital, good education, vibrant diversity, and training opportunities.Naren Shaam, CEO
Omio, Berlin, Germany (ICT)
Germany is one of the world’s most stable countries for trading, and it is also the largest economy in the European Union. It offers a favorable economic framework for foreign investors, and Berlin in particular is fostering a culture of innovation and cultivating a diverse workforce.Zeo Solomon, Chief Strategy Officer & Founder of Avenue Code