INDUSTRY DIVERSITY / ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT / GROWTH
Can you hear the buzz? That is our economy.
More than 4,300 companies are already located in our region – and the trend is rising rapidly. In the last 15 years, many modern and dynamic companies from a wide range of industries have settled around universities and research. Whether aerospace, digital radio technology, fibre optic components, biotechnology, automotive or IT start-ups: the growing start-up scene as well as established companies are optimally supported by us – and use good structures for their ideas.
Optimal starting conditions for innovative start-ups
Do you want to turn your business idea into reality? The Dahme-Spreewald Economic Development Agency will help you turn your good idea into a business and will be happy to advise you on all questions on the path to self-employment as part of the pilot service. You can find the right premises for your business at the Wildau Technology and Science Park: from flexible temporary workspace in the Wildau Coworking Space to offices, workshops and laboratories in the Wildau Technology and Start-up Centre to practice and office space as well as studios in the newly renovated LOK 21 hall. Here you can meet other founders and can network!
Office and production under one roof
Companies will find close integration between research, production and office in the Centre for Future Technologies, which opened in 2020, as well as in the Centre for Aerospace. The ensemble of the Centre for Aerospace consists of three ultra-modern buildings and is geared towards high-growth start-ups with selected engineering expertise and international market development. In the meantime, around 70 high-tech companies have already established themselves here, finding an efficient scientific landscape for networking. They are optimally equipped for the future: With the mobility, information technology, life science and green tech sectors, the players occupy particularly up-and-coming economic sectors – in the best neighbourhood with people, nature and technology.
Further training for a successful future
As a strong partner for your professional development, the Technical Academy Wuppertal (TAW) is at your side in the Technology and Science Park, Wildau. Whether you are an employee, a human resources manager or a specialist and manager – the TAW supports you in finding the right further education for you. Interested parties will find a variety of training and part-time degree programmes at the TAW in the fields of business administration, public administration, digital leadership and health management, among others.