Business Traveller: The new face of Germany

The western German city of Düsseldorf isn't just well-ordered, but lively and full of opportunity too, writes Siobhán Brett.

28th April, 2012
Business Traveller: The new face of Germany
Düsseldorf's Rheinturm, the city's tallest building. Photo: Thinkstock

When it comes to German cities, Frankfurt tends to be associated with finance, Berlin with science and Munich and Stuttgart with the automobile industry.

In the west, however, Düsseldorf, is on the up with healthy growth in advertising, media, IT, fashion and trade shows for all sectors. The city itself is accessible, making it relatively easy to find your feet on the ground.

Bebhinn Nutty relocated to Düsseldorf last July to take part...

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