Digital Hub Initiative: a round dozen
The Federal Government has launched its Digital Hub Initiative in order to encourage the establishment of digital hubs in Germany. These hubs serve to link up young start-ups with established businesses and excellent research institutes so they can develop innovative digital solutions together. Five of these hubs have already been set up, now seven more will be added.More
Zypries: “G20 Digital Ministers adopt joint roadmap for digitalisation”
The first G20 Digital Ministers Meeting, which took place in Düsseldorf on 6 and 7 April, agreed on a ministerial declaration and a roadmap covering 11 fields of action and ambitious goals regarding digitalisation in the coming years.More
G20 – Shaping digitalisation at global level
If we want to use digitalisation for the good of all people, we need an international framework. As part of its G20 Presidency, Germany therefore organised the first ever meeting of the G20 Digital Ministers on 6-7 April in Düsseldorf, entitled ‘Digitalisation: Policies for a Digital Future’.More
Digital Hub Initiative
The Digital Hub Initiative, developed by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, seeks to support the establishment of digital hubs in Germany. The underlying idea of establishing hubs is that cooperation between companies and business start-ups within a confined area will boost innovation, especially in the digital age.More
Policy for the digital future
Trends – Opportunities – Challenges
Digital Policy for Business, Work and Consumers
Digitisation is already transforming the way we live, communicate, work, do business, and consume - and it will do so even more in the future. Against this background, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, and the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection have jointly drawn up the paper entitled “Digital Policy for Business, Work and Consumers – Trends, Opportunities, Challenges”.
We are creating a digital future.
Global. Innovative. Fair.
To make digitalisation a real success, we need get every single person on board. This includes all different age groups and all sections of the population – from small crafts businesses to large companies, from developing countries to industrial-based economies. The Global. Innovative. Fair brochure explains how the digital transformation is influencing many aspects our daily lives and what opportunities it opens up.