|[September 10, 2013]
Hessen & the Region of FrankfurtRheinMain IT Roadshow to Austin, TX and Silicon Valley, CA, September 16-20, 2013
NEW YORK --(Business Wire)--
Trade & Invest GmbH will be touring the U.S. with their regional
Corp., September 16-20, 2013, to promote business and technology
growth in Hessen. They will provide U.S. decision-makers and investors
with insight on how to grow their European business via the greater
Frankfurt region and Hessen, Europe's Hi-Tech Hub with more than 8,000
IT companies. Networking events will be hosted in Austin, TX and Silicon
Valley, CA (News - Alert), two exemplary U.S. technology clusters and centers for
Prof. Ralf Steinmetz, Ph.D., State Advisor for IT, and Head of
Multimedia Communications Lab, Technische Universität Darmstadt, will
speak on "Europe's largest IT & Gaming Region: How to maximize your
market potential via Frankfurt & Hessen". He will include the topic of
Hessen's House of IT (HIT), a center of excellence, initiated by
Ministry for Economics and Hessen-IT.
Hessen & the Region of FrankfurtRheinMain "Where Technology &
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September 19, 2013
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Speakers will also include John Steen, Texas Secretary of State, Brent
Bellm, COO, HomeAway, David L. Adams, CEO, Crytek USA.
In Hessen over 10,000 companies in the ICT sector with over 100,000
employees generate a turnover of over Euros 23 billion. Often referred
to as Europe's Silicon Valley, FrankfurtRheinMain is especially strong
in the area of software development. 6 of TOP25 standard software
companies and 9 of the TOP25 IT service companies in Germany have their
headquarters in Hessen.
Companies interested in strengthening their ties to Germany and Europe
should attend the events and also arrange one-on-one meetings with
Hessen's representatives. Executives from SMEs and major employers, Tech
& Gaming Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Economic developers and
government leaders and managers are all welcome. The events are
cost-free, however, registration is necessary.
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