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Automotive-Cluster RheinMainNeckar

The Darmstadt Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Gross-Gerau District founded the Automotive-Cluster RheinMainNeckar in September 2003. The cluster bundles the competencies of specialised companies in the automotive supplier sector and acts as a coordinator and moderator between individual partners in the automotive network.

www.automotive-cluster.org

Biquanda

Developed by VESCON, this package of software solutions for process optimisation at service providers can be adapted according to the most diverse situations. Small businesses profit from its cost-efficient time management system, while larger companies use it as a project management tool.
Biquanda supports the entire project cycle, from acquisition to the immediate monitoring of costs and sales, plus accounting.
Integration interfaces allow the implementation of individual processes and evaluations.

www.biquanda.com

German Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Austria

For more than 50 years, the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Austria (DHK), with its headquarters in Vienna, has facilitated the bilateral economic relations between Germany and Austria and supported its comprehensive services. The roots of this Chamber reach as far back as 1920, when for the first time business people from both countries formed this voluntary association. Today, the DHK forms a platform on which the German economy presents itself in Austria vis-à-vis its policies. The DHK offers many services, in particular providing assistance to medium-sized economic systems on their way of developing new markets.

www.dhk.at

Initiative-Metropolregion

The Initiative-Metropolregion (Metropolitan Region Initiative) sees itself as the "voice" of the middle class and a link between capital and non-capital market oriented companies. It has established a genuine networking culture and emphasises global challenges in terms of their connection to regional requirements.

www.initiative-metropolregion.de

The Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region

The Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region (MRN) is one of Germany's most important business locations. An exceptional number of listed companies have their headquarters here. With a combined market capitalization of 52 billion euros, BASF and SAP alone make up around 13 percent of the total DAX market capital. The Metropolregion Rhine-Neckar GmbH (MRN GmbH) is the federal organisation platform of the region and offers a concentration of potential for the initiation of regional networks.

www.m-r-n.com

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