We provide advice and support to companies from all over the world that are looking for a location in Germany. The Bremeninvest team is your main point of contact for all matters related to the establishment of:
We operate Bremeninvest offices in our focus markets of China and Turkey. Our colleagues there actively promote Bremen as a location for inward investment and facilitate collaborations with Bremen-based companies. We focus mainly on the aerospace, maritime and logistics clusters as well as the automotive sector, wind energy and renewables.
Our customers from around the world benefit from the in-depth expertise of the Bremeninvest team. We will help make your move to Bremen as fast and smooth as possible by drawing on our intercultural expertise, our outstanding networks and our many years of experience in working with international companies.
Our representatives in Shanghai (China) and Izmir (Turkey) and Atlanta are in charge of making initial contact with potential investors. Once the decision to locate to Bremen has been made, the project managers based in Bremen itself will take over and provide a one-stop service:
As part of our individual service we will help you with:
"Raising Bremen's profile in these countries remains a key objective of our international business development activities."
(Andreas Heyer, CEO of Bremeninvest)
Use the services provided by our Bremeninvest office for your international venture. We operate representative offices in China and Turkey.
As part of our service we can provide you with:
We work closely with the worldwide network of German chambers of commerce so that we can find the right contacts for large-scale projects. Click here to access our links to organizations that support international trade in Bremen and to other support services in Germany.
Two continents, two countries, two local contacts.
A new process has been attracting attention in the food industry. Developed by the Bremerhaven Institute for Food Technology and Bioprocess Engineering, the new method enables deep frozen fish to be defrosted in record time. And the fish tastes as fresh as the day it was caught.
GeoSea, a subsidiary of the Belgian DEME group, is helping to construct of some of the largest offshore wind farms in the German North Sea – and in Bremen, the company has found the ideal location to carry out its work.
Environmentally friendly manufacturing and ethical standards are the principles on which the fair trade clothing sector is based. Leela Cotton, a successful German-Turkish textile company, produces clothes for children and adults that are not only stylish, but also make a positive contribution to the environment in the way they are manufactured.
Weatherproof displays for transport services, and screens that don’t produce glare in bright sunlight – these are just some of the devices provided by AlfaNet Computer und Electronic Handels GmbH, a Bremen-based company founded nearly 25 years ago by Thomas Lie.
Three continents, four countries, and Bremen at the centre of it all – a start-up could hardly be more international. The young entrepreneurs Ahmed Cheema and Stefan Kuzmanovski want to make sustainable manufacturing and the use of ethically sourced materials standard practice.
The high standard of logistical expertise in the state of Bremen functioned as a key to open doors, making this a successful year for Bremen. 2016’s successes were marked by automobiles and steel, welcoming ambitious international companies.
David Zhou came to Bremen three years ago with the aim of conquering the market – and a new continent – with LEDs. He started his business selling LED lighting and electronics at the World Trade Centre at Bremen Airport and has gradually built it up over the past few years.