Feeling at home in foreign markets.
The German Centre Indonesia is part of a worldwide network of German Centres. The idea of German Centres for Industry and Trade was developed mutually by industry and trade, politics, and banks, and is based on practical experience.
The German Centres are owned and managed worldwide by banks governed by public law , who plan, build and finance each German Centre and ensure that the German Centre is operated in accordance with German Centre guidelines.
To date, the worldwide German Centre network has grown to include:
German Centres worldwide work closely together with the so-called “pillars” of German business support abroad. Besides embassies, chambers of commerce, gtai (the German information agency for investment and trade), German Centres worldwide are a complementary factor to ensure German business success abroad.
Last but not least, the worldwide network of German Centres is supported by the central associations of the German business and industry sector as well as by German federal and state governments. Primary supporters include the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK), the Federation of German Industries (BDI), and German Engineering Federation (VDMA).) In particular, the state of Baden-Württemberg is involved through its state guarantees for German Centres.