WTSH goes Silicon Valley

August 28, 2018 and the door is open. The Northern Germany Innovation Office Schleswig-Holstein | Hamburg is the contact point for medium-sized companies seeking access to one of the world’s most innovative regions. The office is supported by the State of Schleswig-Holstein, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, the City of Kiel, the capital of Schleswig-Holstein, and companies from northern Germany.

160 invited guests from politics, business and science attended the opening ceremony.

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Voices about the Northern Germany Innovation Office

Rolf Sahre, CEO of MACH AG

 

Partner of the Northern Germany Innovation Office

“Through our office in Silicon Valley, we hope to recognize the opportunities and benefits of new technologies and business models at an early stage and make them available to our customers. This is how we want to promote innovations and thus sustainably improve the administration – for every employee, for all citizens and companies and thus for our common future”

Dr. Bernd Bösche, Managing Director, WTSH GmbH
The Northern Germany Innovation Office Schleswig-Holstein | Hamburg
is supported by the WTSH GmbH

“Silicon Valley stands for a large number of companies that are world leaders in the development of new technologies in the field of digitization. For medium-sized companies from Schleswig-Holstein, it makes sense to look beyond the horizon and learn from the companies in Silicon Valley. Above all, it is about “identifying transferable ways of thinking and acting and making them usable for our companies”. It is about “preparing agile management methods and corporate culture, ways of thinking, structures and tools for our companies and making them tangible”.
To show such possibilities and to create concrete offers will be the task of the WTSH in the next three years within the scope of this project. In addition, opportunities for cooperation between Schleswig-Holstein companies and companies in Silicon Valley are to be explored.”

More information about the Northern Germany Innovation Office