The newest edition of the magazine Eschborn for Business is now available. The annual, bilingual magazine concentrates on the more than 30,000 employees and over 4,000 companies located in Eschborn, covering a wide range of commercial and economic developments in the city.
The sections “Networks”, “Business”, “Infrastructure” and “Activities” highlight several interesting topics:
- “EschBORN for Talents – the ten-year strategy” – cover article discusses how the city promotes and attracts young, professional talent. Well-known companies introduce themselves in advance of the Azubion Tour 2016.
- Portrait of the Japanese company Yaskawa Electric
- South Korean companies in Eschborn
- Legal challenges to new tax regulations
- Shopping tips
- RTW train project
- Art installations around the city
Eschborn: top location with high standard of living
Thanks to a combination of relevant business factors, the city of Eschborn, with its population of 21,000, has developed into an international and modern business hub. Ninety-five percent of the over 4,000 local businesses are service providers, primarily in the finance, IT, consultancy, and telecommunication sectors. About 80 high-tech companies have also settled in Eschborn, establishing the city as an important innovation hub in the FrankfurtRhineMain area.
The current edition of the Future Atlas published by the Prognos research institute ranked the Main-Taunus-area, spearheaded by Eschborn and its over 32,000 employees, 15th in its ranking of 402 German cities and administrative districts. Local companies benefit from the convenient infrastructure, the proximity to Frankfurt Airport and ICE train stations, from the business-friendly tax policy and Eschborn’s moderate lease and property prices. The location’s green surroundings, nestled in the foothills of the Taunus Mountains, add to its appealing high quality of life. There are attractive residential areas, committed schools, lots of sports facilities and parks, free-of-charge parking lots, and over 100 different clubs and cultural institutions that offer a wide range of leisure activities. In conclusion, Eschborn is a location that opens up promising perspectives for work and leisure.