Junior Chamber International

In economic power by more than 120 billion, revenue is responsible for the group around 300,000 work and 35,000 apprenticeships. Since 1958, the wirtschaftsjunioren Germany are members of more than comprehensive 100 national associations Junior Chamber International (JCI). Learn more at: Larry Ellison. The wirtschaftsjunioren in Germany is actively involved in the design of economic and social policy in Europe and committed to more acceptance of entrepreneurial activities in Germany. Because with the increasing pace of change, the need of the people is growing for visions, visions and personalities. People need role models, who are engaged and where they are based. The Board of Directors of the wirtschaftsjunioren Germany is the German industry and Commerce (DIHK) in Berlin.

The objectives of the wirtschaftsjunioren profession and family life a high degree of responsibility and integrity are the basis for sustainably successful Decisions and actions. Confidence in the entrepreneurial freedom allows us to bear this responsibility, so that the principle of solidarity as the basis of our society will be strengthened. Therefore the wirtschaftsjunioren modelled on the virtues of the respectable Merchant”. In this approach, we combine our personal responsibility and professional competence for the benefit of society. Investing in education the wirtschaftsjunioren invest in education as an essential component for the prosperity and the livelihood of our society. The commitment of entrepreneurs and executives promoting the training ability of our children.

Through innovative partnerships, we improve the quality of schools and universities and allow fair access to an excellent education. That is why we are committed actively wirtschaftsjunioren for an effective adaptation of the education system to the needs of the economy and society. Innovating and resource-efficient way of high-tech location Germany Act sustainable development needed and competitive resource efficiency of its economy. Policy and public authorities must promote innovation in the fields of renewable energy, material and resource efficiency and environmental technologies and an internationalization policy strengthen the growth of future markets.