Although our roots lie in Berlin, we recruit throughout Germany. Due to our long-standing and trusting relationship with our studio partners, we are able to coordinate your projects in every urban centre in Germany, adhering to our usual quality standards. It would be our pleasure to assist you in your choice of location and target group.

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Berlin

The capital city of Berlin is Germany’s largest metropolis with its population of over 3.5 million, and is also the second-largest city in the European Union. Between 2005 and 2010, its economic performance increased by almost 13%, double the national average. The largest industries within Berlin’s creative sector, in relation to the number of companies, are architecture, the design industry, and information and communication technologies, encompassing nearly 30,000 companies. Berlin was distinguished with the “City of Design” award by UNESCO in 2006, the first city in Europe to receive this award. 1500 software and web companies were established here from 2009 through 2012, many located on so-called “Silicon Avenue.” Well-known software and web companies such as “eBay” and “Twitter” are increasingly re-locating their headquarters to Berlin. Tourism in Berlin is booming; visitor volume has an annual increase in the double digits.
Further information on Berlin is available here.

Dresden

The city of Dresden with its population of approximately 530,000, counts as the economically most dynamic region of Germany, also being the economically strongest area in the new federal states. Microelectronics has a large part in that development. Numerous research institutes strengthen the competence of the city in these promising high-tech sectors. In spite of war damage, its picturesque historic cityscape fully warrants Dresden’s nickname of “Florence on the Elbe”.

Dusseldorf (Düsseldorf)

Germany’s No 1 fashion city with a population of 600,000 and seat of numerous well-known companies. Situated in immediate proximity to the Ruhr region, it provides access to more than 10 million people. The surrounding urban sprawl of the Ruhr region has 16 million. Dusseldorf is prominent in the fields of advertising, patent systems, telecommunication and business consulting. Its culture and creative industries contribute significantly to the respectively very strong economic power of the State of North Rhein-Westphalia.

Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt am Main is home to a population of 680,000; the Rhein/Main region has a population of around 5.5 million. The city is an important European finance and service centre. Its large international airport and road & rail networks make it one of the busiest traffic hubs in Europe. A study done in 2001 declared Frankurt to be the most productive city in Europe, later studies also declare it the most expensive city in Germany. Not without reason has Frankfurt long been acknowledged one of the best locations for international companies in Europe.

Hamburg

Second-largest city in Germany with a population of 1.8 million, the city has numerous cultural treasures and the highest mass purchasing power in Germany, the second-largest sea port and the fourth largest gross domestic output per citizen of the EU. World-wide trade has been a hallmark of this city for centuries.

Cologne (Köln)

This over 2000 year-old city has a population of around one million. In addition to vehicle construction and the insurance industry, Cologne is known for its media diversity with numerous publishing companies, agencies and television stations. Its architecture often provokes it being called the “northern-most Italian city”. The Cologne Dom, the famous cathedral, is the most frequently visited tourist attraction in Germany.

Leipzig

Leipzig has a population of 530,000, with over a million living in its commuter belt. The city boasts of a long cultural history with many famous names. Its central European location has made Leipzig a modern traffic and logistics centre – at the same time the city is home to large industrial settlements such as Siemens, BMW and Porsche.

Munich (München)

Third-largest city in Germany, Munich proper has a population of 1.4 million; the overall region has 2.6 million. Its proximity to the Alps. the unmistakable Upper Bavarian vicinity, the baroque flair of the city, and its closeness to Austria and Italy make Munich one of the most attractive residences in all of Germany. The region boasts the second-highest economic power in Germany. World-wide companies such as Siemens and BMW have their main seat of business here.

Nuremberg (Nürnberg)

The idyllic medieval historic city of Nuremberg and the immediately neighbouring cities of Erlagen, Fürth and Schwabach reach of population of one million. Nuremberg has the third-highest retail sales per head in Germany and achieves top positions for Quality of Life in international comparisons. This most important print location in Germany hosts several well-known major players in the IT and Services sectors, writing materials and toy industries, science locations, publishing companies, universities and not to forget: Every third market researcher works in Nürnberg.

Stuttgart

Stuttgart proper has a population of 600,000; around 2.7 million people live in the region. It belongs to the most economically important and high-income cities in Germany. Among others, Daimler-AG with its flag ship Mercedes-Benz and the automobile manufacturer Porsche have their company headquarters here. With its numerous small and medium-sized companies as suppliers for vehicle and machinery construction and in the high-tech field, the city is mainly considered a centre of mid-tier businesses.

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