The town of Hanover was born sometime during the Middle Ages as a small rural settlement on a high-level and thus flood-free terrace of the line (= Honovere the high bank). After the 2nd World War II, the city was recovering faster than you thought. On the ruins of a modern city was built, which has remained a city of greenery, a state capital with important cultural institutions, great shopping and nationally significant events. Already in 1947, Hanover was the fair city, and in 2000 held here at the EXPO.
When viewed against the background of the challenges represented by demographic change within Germany and global, innovation-oriented economic structural change, the factors of education and qualification become more important as economic zones compete with one another. This is changing the work of regional business development: the standard tools of existing businesses develop, i.e. helping to develop and secure existing businesses, is increasingly giving way to employment promotion.
The challenge of the information society demands the rigorous development, promotion and exploitation of the qualification potential of all age and qualification groups.
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