Companies founded and managed by people from other countries are becoming more and more important for business and society in Germany. Analysis show that people from abroad are more likely to use their entrepreneurial talent and try new things. But setting up a new business requires a lot of stamina. There are many tasks to be accomplished and even more questions to be answered.
This workshop, organized by the district initiative Gröpelingen Marketing e.V. and the Chamber of Handikraft (Handwerkskammer Bremen), will help you to deal successfully with tasks like: creating a business concept, registering your business, applying for permits, tax registration and especially for non-EU-citizens: how and where to fulfil the legal requirements to start a business.
The workshop will start on Monday the 24th of April 2017 at the Torhaus-Nord, Liegnitzstraße 63, 28237 Bremen at 18:00 o’clock and is addressed to non-EU-citizens, young entrepreneurs, immigrants, students and craftsman from other countries or people who are generally interested in starting a new business.
Workshop language will be English but German is spoken as well.
Come by and enjoy some fresh finger food and nice talks. We also provide booklets for free from the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy in English, Arabic and German.
You can assign to the workshop via Email: email@example.com, Whatsapp: 0177-2777077 or by phone; 0421-2777077
You can’t wait till the workshop begins? You want to start your business as soon as possible? Don’t hesitate to contact us.
How to find us: Take tram no.3 (direction „Gröpelingen”). Exit the tram at station „Use Akschen”, the building (Torhaus-Nord, Liegnitzstr. 63, 28237 Bremen) is on the opposite of the street. You also can take the tram no.2 or no.10 (direction „Gröpelingen”). Exit the tram at station „Lindenhofstraße” and follow the „Lindenhofstraße” up to the „Liegnitzstraße” until you reach the Torhaus-Nord Building on the right hand side.
The project <<Unternehmen – gründen.sichern.ausbauen>> is founded by the European Fund for Regional Development and the Bremen Senator for Business and Ports.