GDP per Capita:
Chemicals, Metals, Foodstuff & Textiles
Major Foreign Exchange Counters:
||American Express, Thomas
Cook & VISA & MasterCard
||Trade Fair, Apparels,
Agriculture, Transportation, Telecommunications, Advertising, Iron &
Steel, Chemicals, Machinery, Electronics, Food & Beverages,
Shipbuilding & Textiles
Major Business Hubs:
||Messe Dusseldorf GmbH,
Dusseldorf Stock Exchange, Seestern, Graf-Adolf-Platz (Count Adolf
place) & King Avenue (Konigsallee)
|The richest city of
|One of the major
financial, commercial and Industrial Centers of Germany.
|Hosts more than 40
trade fairs and exhibitions every year, 23 of which are regarded as
number one internationally in their respective industries.
Dusseldorf is home to the leading advertising industry of Germany. The city
houses 400 advertising agencies amongst which three are the largest in
Germany. A number of affiliates of famous foreign agencies also reside in
the city such as Ogilvy & Mather, Dentsu and DDB. Apart from these, many
Internet agencies in Dusseldorf also have their roots in the world of
Playing an important role in the financial world, the city is home to
around 170 national and international financial institutions, about 130
insurance agencies and one of the biggest German stock exchanges. Dusseldorf
is Germany's leading center of foreign trade. At present, the city is home
to about 5,000 branch offices of foreign companies.
The geographical location of the city in the center of Europe makes it an
ideal venue for various events and conventions like Frankfurt. Apart from
exhibiting 25 world-wide leading fairs, Dusseldorf holds some of the most
important international fashion and other trade shows every year like Beauty
International, CPD Dusseldorf and Hogatec at one of the 40 international
fairs of Messe Dusseldorf.
Not just a stronghold of the German advertising, fashion and financial
industry, Dusseldorf has emerged as the top communications center in
Germany. This position being evidenced by the presence of many foreign
trading centers in the city like NTT, Ericsson and Nokia. Furthermore, the
renowned filmmaking companies (such as Germany's biggest cinema enterprise
the Riech-Group) and TV-channels like CNN and NBC have made the Dusseldorf a
city of moving images.
Major Business Centers
Messe Dusseldorf GmbH:
A major player in the international trade fair arena, Messe Dusseldorf
roughly occupies 252,000m2 of exhibition space, spread across 17 halls which
serves as a platform for around 26,300 exhibitors from all over the world.
Serving more than 107 countries through its foreign representative offices,
Messe Dusseldorf Organization has 40 International branches all over the
Dusseldorf Stock Exchange:
Dusseldorf stock exchange is one of the largest Stock exchanges of Germany
and is of Germany to get certified by the TUV. Further with gepuften
transparency, speed and reliability the Dusseldorf stock Exchange has set
Major Commercial Hubs
Graf-Adolf-Platz (Count Adolf Place):
Being one of the most important traffic junctions of Dusseldorf, Count
Adolf is an important business district of the city. In former times also,
it was the starting point for remote passenger traffic.
Further adding to its commercial value is the fact that it lies in vicinity
of an important shopping and commercial center of the city i.e. Konigsallee.
A new building GAP 15 as well as the former office for telegraph
located here are also worth mentioning.
Home to several high-rise elegant important office buildings, Seestern is
further emerging as a substantial commercial address of the city Dusseldorf.
Lying in the vicinity of airport and Konigsallee, Seestern laps
large number of banks, hotels and commercial offices of the city. A building
like Cubus also adds to its worth.