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Nothing should stop you from putting together the best team for your startup. Often, this means looking outside your local market to find that star employee.
Berlin is renowned for its multi-cultural vibes that attracts talent from all over the world. ✌ But startups and German immigration law isn’t always a one to one relationship
In principle, the German right of residence is straightforward. Nationality, job title, salary and qualification determine whether and which work permit an applicant receives.
In reality, however, the cases are often much more complex and you can quickly get lost in the bureaucratic maze.
Join this workshop to get the best tips on how to navigate immigration laws with Burkhard & Olivia from Berlin Partner. They will present the most frequent cases of applications for work permits for startup founders, employees and freelancers and answer all your questions.
Burkhard has worked with talent attraction at Berlin Partner for nearly a decade. He is an expert when it comes to long-term strategic talent attraction, working with HR and labour market policy, business development, marketing Berlin startups and immigration aspects.
Olivia is Project Manager Media I Creative Industries at Berlin Partner. Olivia supports startups with setting up their business and succeeding in Berlin. Before she worked for several media companies, including CNN and ARD, and at the UK’s Department for International Trade.
Berlin Partner for Business and Technology offers business and technology promotion for companies, investors and science institutes in Berlin. With carefully tailored services and excellent links to research, their experts provide an outstanding range of offerings to help companies launch, innovate, expand and secure their economic future in Berlin.