Hamburg Business Centre
Schleswig-Holstein Business
Centre (WTSH)
Investment in Schleswig-
Holstein (WTSH)
BSCI Representative Office in India
Social Compliance and BSCI
IGEP - Certification
of Natural Stones
German-Indian Round Table (GIRT)
Mica and Stone Project
Rugmark Foundation India
The Little Keb-School

We represent the German Federal State of Schleswig-Holstein in India on behalf of WTSH-Business Development and Technology Transfer Corporation of Schleswig-Holstein.

Germany is the biggest market in Europe. It is strategically located in the heart of European Union that makes it an ideal springboard for foreign companies to enter the European market and to get a strong foothold there.

Among all German federal states Schleswig-Holstein is a competent partner to ensure access to the European market, as its unique position between the North and the

Blatic Sea enables it to act as a bridge from the western countries to Scandinavia as well as to Eastern Europe. All your wishes regarding business development, technology transfer and foreign trade services can be answered by one organization:


The Business Development and Technology Transfer Corporation of Schleswig-Holstein-in short




Has a long standing experience. Based in Kiel, the capital of Schleswig-Holstein, it is the first port of call and intermediary for both German and foreign companies wishing to expand their business activities beyond their national boundaries.

IGEP offers companies from Schleswig-Holstein a broad range of services.

The business matchmaking is an ongoing process where we scrutinize to find the most promising business partners for companies from Schleswig-Holstein. They can be:

Strategic partners in trade and industry

IGEP foundation as the official representative for WTSH in India is responsible for the continuous development of the cooperation between Indian and German firms.

The Schleswig-Holstein Business Centre in Gurgaon which actually oversees 12 companies from Schleswig-Holstein, was officially inaugurated by Prime Minister Harry Carstensen in 2007. Preliminary actions concerning sourcing and distribution are actually operated for additional 50 companies.
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