The Wetzlar Civic Trust is an independent initiative set up by citizens for the citizens of the city of Wetzlar.
The “Design to Business” network of the Offenbach Chamber of Commerce and Industry connects SME entrepreneurs with first-class creative service providers.
Under the umbrella of the German Physical Society (DPG), interested amateurs meet experts and young scientists meet Nobel prizewinners.
One of the world's largest facilities for application-oriented laser research is being built at the ELI Beamlines Institute.
The Offenbach University of Art and Design has 700 students, 26 professors, 40 instructors and 66 employees.
Germany’s handball league is one of the strongest in the world. The first team of the HSG Wetzlar has been right at the top for almost 15 years.
The Offenbach Chamber of Commerce and Industry is committed to actively promoting the business interests of the region’s enterprises.
The Laboratory for Laser Energetics (LLE) of the University of Rochester is a unique national resource for research and education in science and technology.
Germany's photonics network with the largest number of members supports transregional and international activities.
The Phantastic Library Wetzlar is reputed to host the world’s largest public collection of phantastic literature.
An initiative for strengthening the competitiveness of small and medium-sized companies in the Lahn-Dill region.
The German Design Council offers a unique forum for trans-disciplinary transfer of brand and design expertise.
The regional management association Mittelhessen creates an alliance of industry, science and politics.
The teams of RSV Lahn-Dill have achieved everything in wheelchair basketball. Counting their national and international championship titles requires at least six hands.
The German Industry Association for Optical, Medical and Mechatronic Technologies (SPECTARIS) represents medium-sized high-tech companies in Germany.
Techniker Krankenkasse (TK) is doing its part to establish Germany as an innovation location for health.