International companies planning to engage in business operations in Germany are faced with a number of questions:
Our representatives will gladly put you in touch with us and provide the information you request.
The Hamburg Welcome Center provides free information about working, studying, living and family care in the city. The team will gladly answer your questions.
There are people living all over the world who have a strong connection to the city of Hamburg and have joined our international network of honorary representatives.
In order to plan your new company’s budget appropriately you will need to know about the major cost factors and likely expenses beforehand.
Entrepreneurial activities are governed by a variety of laws in Germany. The most important regulations are listed here.
If you intend to do business or work in Germany, it is likely that you will need a visa and a work permit. Basic information is provided here.
The EEHH network was set up in order to strengthen and promote cooperation in the sector.
nextMedia.Hamburg is the city initiative to secure and expand Hamburg's premier position as a media and creative city.
Strengthening Hamburg’s position as the leading logistics hub in northern Europe. (only in German language)
The initiative promotes the interests of the aviation industry in the Hamburg metropolitan region.
The industry network promotes the knowledge and technology transfer between science and the maritime economy.
As central point of contact, Life Science Nord will answer all your questions on bio- and medical technology, and pharmaceuticals.
The Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft is a municipal institution founded to promote Hamburg’s creative industries.
Gesundheitswirtschaft Hamburg GmbH is aimed at strengthening Hamburg as a healthcare location. (only in German language)
This brochure, published by Hamburg Invest, aims to provide information on the legal situation after Brexit. (PDF, 937.1 KB)