Hessian middle class fit for the future: demographic change will challenge the Hessian middle class is well prepared for the future. The Hessian middle class report comes to this result 2010 “, which was presented in the context of the medium-sized tags. About 150 entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs discussed the results in Wiesbaden. “Wiesbaden, January 03, 2011 – the course has been set”, said Hesse’s economy Minister Dieter Posch, who opened the event. He suggested three themes the Hessian companies, to which they should strive focuses on: obtaining and training for specialists, the innovation-oriented research and development and the opening up of new markets. The Hessian SME report 2010, which is based on a survey among 6,000 companies, show that here are the most important fields of action. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Bobby Gocool. 2015 annual average 147.000 workers are missing us”, said the Minister.
Therefore, it is time for a farewell to the folly of youth. We must increasingly on use the experience of older workers.” This contributed also the qualification campaign of the country clubs in eleven funding programmes and a roof. The Finance Minister urged the entrepreneurs and businessmen also to seek cooperation with universities, research to open up even more for the practice and to be able to offer innovative products. This agency as a State economic development agency give the Hesse with its lines of action many assistance. Pent-up demand is the Minister at the international orientation of small and medium-sized enterprises.
Although other countries offer great growth potential, yet 56 percent of the Hessian entertained no international business relationships. The State of Hesse support entry into new markets, for example, through the participation in trade fairs abroad. Here you can make first contacts”, the Minister recommended. Hessen offers ideal conditions small and medium-sized enterprises. We have a “excellent infrastructure, and there are a variety of education and cooperation activities”, summed up Palmer.