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  • Infrastructure Hessen in the Heart of Europe

    Europe’s largest international airports

    Hessen in Germany

    Economic Structure Selected structural data compared by federal states

    Hessen and its administrative districts

    Financial Centre Frankfurt Financial institutions

    FinTech Incubators

    Trade Fairs International trade fair location Frankfurt

    Hessen trade fair calendar 2019

    Labour Market and Workforce Employees by economic sector

    International employees

    Training in Hessen

    The ten largest industrial employers in Hessen

    Hessen International Hessen in international comparison

    The most important foreign trade goods

    Major trading partners

    Foreign direct investment in Hessen

    Research and Development Technology location Hessen

    Universities and research institutes

    Selected Hessian universities

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  • Source: Eurostat | DE-CIX | Calculations: HA Hessen Agentur3

    INFRASTRUCTURE

    HESSEN IN THE HEART OF EUROPE

    All European business centres within a

    2.5 hour flying radius

    Europe’s connecting city

    44 million consumers within a radius of 200 km around Frankfurt

    In the centre of European markets

    510 million affluent consumers in Europe

    The gateway to Europe

    Moscow

    Warsaw

    Dublin

    Madrid

    FRANKFURT

    Copenhagen

    Amsterdam London

    Paris

    Rome

    Stockholm

    Istanbul LisbonLargest internet exchange point

    worldwide in Frankfurt

    Data traffic hub

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    INFRASTRUCTURE

    EUROPE’S LARGEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS

    Transfer passengers

    Passengers per year

    Metric tons of cargo per year

    Direct flights per week

    China: 68

    USA: 204

    India: 37

    2.2 million

    61 %

    64.5 million

    5,045 Summer Flight Schedule Frankfurt 2018:

    99 Airlines

    311 Destinations

    98 Countries

    Traffic volume by sector 2017

    Cargo (total traffic

    in 1,000 metric tons)

    Passengers (total traffic in millions)

    Aircraft movements

    (in thousands)

    Frankfurt (FRA) 2,229 64.5 475.6

    Paris (CDG) 2,135 65.9 479.2

    Amsterdam (AMS) 1,695 63.6 496.3

    London (LHR) 1,640 75.7 475.0

    Frankfurt Airport

    Source: ACI Europe | Fraport AG | Research: HA Hessen Agentur

    | GB: 283

    | Japan: 36

    | Korea: 19

  • Stockholm

    Moscow

    Warsaw

    London Berlin

    Brussels

    Paris

    Frankfurt

    Vienna Budapest

    Istanbul Rome

    Madrid

    15 h

    1.5 h

    12 h 3 h

    Source: Statista 2017 | Deutsche Bahn | Research: HA Hessen Agentur 20175

    INFRASTRUCTURE

    HESSEN IN GERMANY

    Frankfurter Kreuz (A3/A5)

    one of the busiest motorway

    junctions in Europe with 368,000 vehicles per day

    340 Long-distance trains, 290 Regional trains, and

    350,000 Travellers pass through Frankfurt Central Station every day

    Direct access to the European high- speed rail network

    Latest evening „cut-off time” for the delivery of goods in Germany

    Top ranking for broadband expansion

    Northern Hessen Cluster: fast, comprehensive Internet coverage

    Odenwaldkreis – nationwide leader in broadband coverage

  • Selected German Federal States 2017 Germany Hessen Baden-

    Wuerttemberg Bavaria Lower

    Saxony North Rhine-

    Westphalia

    GDP per person employed* in €

    73,680 81,265 78,748 78,830 70,832 73,385

    Gross value added in billion € 2,941 252 445 536 260 623

    Tertiary sector in % (measured by gross value added)

    68.7 74.0 60.3 64.8 65.2 72.1

    Population in millions 82.7 6.2 11.0 12.9 7.9 17.9

    Area in km² 357,340 21,116 35,751 70,550 47,615 34,110

    Inhabitants per km² 232 296 308 184 167 525

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    ECONOMIC STRUCTURE

    SELECTED STRUCTURAL DATA COMPARED BY FEDERAL STATES

    Source: German Federal Statistical Office | German State Statistical Offices | German Federal Employment Agency Statistics | German Regional Accounts Working Group | Calculations: HA Hessen Agentur | *2016

  • Source: Hessian State Statistical Office | German Federal Employment Agency Statistics | Calculations: HA Hessen Agentur | *20167

    ECONOMIC STRUCTURE

    HESSEN AND ITS ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICTS

    Area and Population 2017

    Administrative districts

    Population in million* Area in km²

    Inhabitants per km²*

    Kassel 1.22 8,291 147

    Giessen 1.04 5,381 193

    Darmstadt 3.98 7,444 535

    Hessen 6.34 21,116 296

    Workforce Covered by Social Security, 2017

    Administrative districts Total

    Manufacturing Industry in %

    Service sector in %

    Kassel 466,765 31.4 68.0

    Giessen 361,824 33.8 65.8

    Darmstadt 1,695,567 20.4 79.3

    Hessen 2,524,156 24.3 75.3

    Administrative District Kassel

    Administrative District Giessen

    Administrative District Darmstadt

    Darmstadt

    Giessen

    Kassel

  • FINANCIAL CENTRE FRANKFURT

    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

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    Home to around 200 German and foreign banks, including Deutsche Bundesbank and the European Central Bank (ECB), Frankfurt is Germany’s leading financial centre and plays an outstanding role in continental Europe:

    74,000 people employed in 7,900

    companies in Frankfurt’s financial

    services sector

    Frankfurt Stock Exchange among the world’s

    largest trading centres for securities

    More than 90 percent of the entire German stock

    exchange turnover is generated at the Financial Centre Frankfurt.

    House of Finance – interdisciplinary

    research and skills with a focus on finance

    FinTech hub: With around 95 companies, the

    Frankfurt-Rhine-Main region is one of the largest

    FinTech locations in Germany.

    Europe’s largest futures exchange,

    third largest in the world

    Source: Deutsche Bundesbank | Helaba | Deutsche Börse AG | Eurex Group | Ernst & Young | comdirect | Frankfurt Main Finance e.V.

    162 foreign banks from

    around 35 nations

  • FINANCIAL CENTRE FRANKFURT

    FINTECH INCUBATORS

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    Focus FinTech: 50 percent of venture capital from 2012 to 2017

    VABN - Aurelis Real Estate

    Accelerator Frankfurt GmbH

    Digital Factory Deutsche

    Bank

    FinTech Lab – FinTech Group AG

    Main Incubator – Commerzbank

    FinTech Hub

    German Stock Exchange

    FinTech businesses

    Source: Deutsche Bundesbank | Helaba| Deutsche Börse AG | Ernst & Young | comdirect | Frankfurt Main Finance e.V.

    TechQuartier - Frankfurt’s FinTech

    Community

    Frankfurt’s TechQuartier (TQ)

    serves as a central contact point

    for start-up

    and FinTech companies.

  • Source: Messe Frankfurt, Annual Report 201710

    TRADE FAIRS

    INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR LOCATION FRANKFURT

    36,908 exhibitors

    2,874 net

    space in thousand sqm

    (rented exhibition space

    and special show area)

    Trade Fair Location

    Frankfurt 2017

    39 international trade

    fairs and exhibitions

    2.1 million visitors

    Leading international trade fairs for consumer

    goods, lifestyle products, textiles, automotive

    technology, architecture, and media

    Central location, excellent transport connection, Direct

    flights from and to the international airport

    About 15,400 parking spaces, more

    than 52,000 beds in Frankfurt and its

    neighbouring cities

    With more than 592,000 square

    metres, Frankfurt is home to the

    world’s third-largest fairgrounds

    Around 2,400 Employees generated a revenue

    of €669 million in 2017

  • 2019 Trade Fair Location

    08–11 Jan Heimtextil – International trade fair for home and contract textiles Frankfurt

    25–29 Jan Christmasworld / Floradekora – International trade fair for seasonal and festive decorations Frankfurt

    26–29 Jan Creativeworld – International trade fair for hobby, craft and art supplies Frankfurt

    26–29 Jan Paperworld – Leading International Trade Fair for Paper, Office Supplies and Stationery Frankfurt

    08–12 Feb Ambiente – International consumer goods fair of the sectors Dining - Giving - Living Frankfurt

    16–18 Feb I.L.M. Winter Styles – International Leather Goods Fair Offenbach

    11–15 Mar ISH – Leading international trade fair for the responsible management of water and energy in buildings, bathroom design, heating, and air-conditioning technologies

    Frankfurt

    02–05 Apr Prolight + Sound – International trade fair of technologies and services for enterta