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Technical seminars

Technical seminars

Foreign experts and managers are learning new concepts from their entrepreneurial field and getting to know the country and its people during one-week seminars in the German Federal State of Bavaria.

On behalf of the Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Energy and Technology as well as the Bavarian State Chancellery, bfz holds numerous annual seminars in Bavaria. bfz organises bespoke programmes and accompanies the groups of experts during the one-week visit to Bavaria.  

The seminars primarily serve for the foreign experts to exchange knowledge and experience. The topics of the training and company visits are tailored to the needs and interests of participants. At the same time, the seminars give Bavarian enterprise the opportunity to establish business contacts with foreign institutions and companies.  

The participants from the delegations are invited to find out about one of many potential topics such as energy, water, waste management, construction industry or vocational training, thereby becoming familiar with new concepts and technologies. Up to 18 experts can take part in each seminar, with support from interpreters available for the corporate venues if this is required.  

The company visits can also be combined with a trade fair visit. The specialist programme is rounded off by cultural offerings, allowing the participants to experience Bavaria's varied and diverse culture and tourism first hand.  

Even after this, the bfz is willing to follow up on the contacts established and provide support for both sides.  

Since 2008, bfz has already welcomed foreign experts from the following countries: Egypt, Angola, Brasil, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Indonesia, Kenya, Morocco, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Northern Iraq (Kurdistan), East Africa, East Timor, Pakistan, Senegal, Spain (Basque Country), Sri Lanka, Syria, Tanzania, Thailand.  

The Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Energy and Technology, as well as the Bavarian State Chancellery, fund the organisation of the seminars. The donors generally assume the costs of the programme within Bavaria. The participants normally bear the preparatory costs in the native county as well as the flight expenses. 

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