What is SIBB e.V. – ICT & Digital Business Association Berlin – Brandenburg?
For many years, the SIBB industry association has fostered, connected and represented Berlin-Brandenburg’s digital economy in politics and society.
The SIBB association creates a platform for an effective knowledge exchange that goes beyond the boundaries of the digital economy and is driven by the following principles:
- Connecting for success
- Creating the best knowledge exchange environment
- Supporting international digital business models
- Being a scientific partner for progressive research projects
- Integrating sustainability and an open-minded approach into our core model
As the need for digitalization of business processes is increasing, the SIBB association helps industries keep-up by promoting cooperation, expansion and internationalisation of the regional digital economy. SIBB’s membership base currently has over 250 companies, including prominent industry professionals in the IT industry, that reflects the entire spectrum of the industry. Among them are:
- international Tech-Companies
- IT service and software providers
- Telecommunication companies
- E-Commerce businesses
- Universities and research institutions
Our professional offer for SIBB members includes 12 tech-oriented forums, educational workshops (IQ@SIBB), congresses, stands at local and international IT related trade fairs, and active participation at diverse B2B Events, and a variety of meetups focused on the latest topics affecting the IT sector. Together with our partners, we create networking platforms for a diverse range of IT industries while also working with our member companies to initiate joint research projects.
What is the SIBB association offer for the #OMGKRK community?
Project Lookout: German-Polish B2B Contacts
Searching and finding new business contacts across the national border.
The LookOut project is the network for cooperation between IT industry from the German capital region and the Polish tech centres in Kraków, Szczecin, Warszawa and Wrocław. New growth opportunities are opening up for companies from the capital region and Poland through trustworthy, cross-national economic activities