The Manager Training Programme with Egypt will be continued up to the end of 2022. Germany and Egypt have agreed on this and both countries have signed a Joint Declaration of Intent. Continue reading
Ramy Soudan is the managing director of Riyada. In an interview, he talks about modernising his company after completing the Manager Training Programme. He has recently started in-house training for dairy technologists and is driving the development of the profession which is still new in Egypt. His training programme is modelled on Germany’s vocational training system.
Ainur Abdina is making the impossible possible while successfully navigating her company through the pandemic. The entrepreneur from Kazakhstan acquired the necessary confidence and know-how in the Manager Training Programme.
Enterprises in Turkmenistan can participate in the BMWi Manager Training Programme for a further three years. Representatives of Germany and the Central Asian country have agreed on this. On 11 December 2020, Dirk Jakobi, Chargé d’Affaires of the German Embassy in Ashgabat, and the Turkmen Minister of Finance and Economy, Muhammetgeldi Serdarov, signed a Joint Declaration in the Turkmen capital Ashgabat on the extension of the Programme until the end of 2023. Continue reading
The Manager Training Programme with Ukraine enters the next round. On 8 December 2020, Anka Feldhusen, the German Ambassador to Ukraine, and Iryna Nowikowa, Deputy Minister for Development of Economy, Trade and Agriculture of Ukraine, signed a Joint Declaration on the extension of the Programme. Continue reading
German RepRap GmbH manufactures 3D printers. Through the Manager Training Programme, the company has established a sales partnership with Egyptian company Promech. The Munich-based firm now has an impressive track record in the region. In an interview, International Sales Manager Ismail Serrhini explains what makes the partnership with Promech so successful and why 3D technology is in such high demand today. Continue reading
In one of the first virtual training courses, 17 MP participants from Chile explored green business options in a variety of applications from production, import and export to environmental economics and consulting in the energy sector. Given the ongoing energy transition underway in Chile, there was great interest in digitally exchanging information with two German companies in September 2020. Continue reading
Looking back on her participation in the Manager Training Programme (MP), Maria Plesca states, that it changed her entire life. Following the training in Germany, she was so inspired that she not only reorganised her parent’s business, Tingrimar, but also took over another firm. Continue reading
Despite the severe economic consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, Max Mabuti looks positively into the future. He set the right course for his firm at the right time. And that is paying off now: His turnover will double in this “corona year”. Among other things, the new partnership with a steam boiler manufacturer in Germany is also contributing to his success.
The partnership with Kyrgyzstan within the scope of the Manager Training Programme will be continued until the end of 2022. On 2 October 2020, Aidian Sharsheev, Kyrgyz State Secretary at the Ministry of Economy of the Central Asian country, and the German Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan, Monika Iwersen, signed a joint declaration to this effect.