The cluster sees particular growth potential in these topics
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- 5G applications and infrastructure
- Internet of Things
- Extended Reality (XR)
- High-performance computing / quantum computing
- Information security and data protection
The ICT, Media and Creative Industries Cluster Berlin-Brandenburg comprises around 52,000 companies with almost 290,000 employees and an annual turnover of around 33 billion euros.
"Today's innovations are tomorrow's growth for the German capital region Berlin Brandenburg. Many innovations take place in the strong economic clusters. However, networking between the clusters and sectors is also becoming increasingly important. It is often at the interfaces between different disciplines that the most exciting developments emerge. This also applies to the transnational ICT, media and creative industries cluster. The cluster's new master plan identifies fields of innovation in which the cluster companies have particular opportunities for growth."
Dr. Steffen Kammradt | CEO WFBB
"The clusters play a prominent role in the further development of companies based in Berlin and Brandenburg. They support the application of innovative technologies in the economy by creating new ecosystems. In doing so, they promote the networking of business, science and research and thus ensure greater competitiveness, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises. And that is a central location factor. Many companies and scientific experts from the cluster have been involved in the process of creating the master plan and have also supported important multipliers of the cluster, such as the Berlin and Potsdam Chamber of Industry and Commerce, SIBB and media:net berlinbrandenburg."
Dr. Stefan Franzke | CEO Berlin Partner