The extensive network of the Heidelberg Technology Park opens new horizons for its members in the political, industrial and scientific spheres.  Whether the focus is innovation culture, knowledge transfer or international economic exchange, the Heidelberg Technology Park provides the right contacts to promote rapid and effective growth. Dealing with legal and political institutions, including ministries, is as much part of that support as the development of efficient communications with partner parks worldwide.

Network coordination means learning to identify the needs of our members and cooperation partners that are important not only today but also tomorrow.  For many years, the Heidelberg Technology Park has proved to be one of the most successful biotechnology centres in terms of creating and increasing competitive advantage.

Networks have never been as important as they are today.  Whether the matter in hand is knowledge transfer, economic relations or financial issues – whoever wants to be successful needs a strong network and attractive environs.


Speaking the same language

Net­work co­or­di­na­ti­on me­ans lear­ning to iden­ti­fy tho­se needs that are li­ke­ly to be im­portant to mem­bers and co­ope­ra­ti­on part­ners not just to­day but to­mor­row as well. For ma­ny years now, Hei­del­berg Tech­no­lo­gy Park has pro­ved it­s­elf to be one of Ger­ma­ny’s most suc­cess­ful bio­tech­no­lo­gy cen­ters when it co­mes to crea­ting and buil­ding on com­pe­ti­ti­ve ad­van­ta­ges.


Among the key ad­van­ta­ges of Hei­del­berg Tech­no­lo­gy Park for pro­s­pec­ti­ve ten­ants is its ma­ny years of ex­pe­ri­en­ce in the co­or­di­na­ti­on of in­ter­na­tio­nal know­led­ge trans­fer in the li­fe sci­en­ces sec­tor and its bund­ling of sing­le pro­ducts and ser­vices to open up and ser­ve the most im­portant na­tio­nal and in­ter­na­tio­nal mar­kets.


Di­rect dea­lings with both le­gal and po­liti­cal in­sti­tu­ti­ons and mi­ni­s­tries are just as much a part of its work as is the de­ve­lop­ment of ef­fi­ci­ent com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons with part­ner parks world­wi­de.