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German American Business Outlook 2015

The German American Business Outlook is one of the
most important economic indicators of German American
business relations.

The seven German Chamber offices and the Washington, D.C. liaison office, together with Roland Berger Strategy Consulting, survey more than 1,900 German subsidiaries in the United States on their views of the U.S. as an investment location.

This year's study is especially addressing the transition toward Industry 4.0/the Smart Factory, Skilled Workforce, and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

The results presentation and a panel discussion as well as the GACC award ceremony was held at Thomson Reuters in Times Square in New York City on Monday, December 8, 2014.

2015 Results

German Companies Grow with Rising Demand
– But 65 percent struggle to fill job vacancies

Press Release (English)
Press Release (German)
Complete Study (Presentation)
Executive Summary

GACC Award "Trainee of the Year"

Nigeria Williams Named GACCs Trainee of the Year - Trainee Honored at the Sixth Annual German American Business Outlook

Press Release (English)
Press Release (German)

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GACC New York:
Nicola Michels

Vice President
+1 (212) 956-1770

GACC Midwest:
Jayne Riemer-Chishty
Director, Membership and
Chamber Development

+1 (312) 494-2169

GACC South:
Stefanie Jehlitschka

Vice President
+1 (404) 586-6803

RGIT Washington:
Dr. Thomas Zielke

President & CEO,
Office of the Representative of German Industry and Trade (RGIT)

+1 (202) 659-4777