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Süderelbe AG Supports Hamburg's Application For The 2024 Olympics

The business developers back Hamburg's Olympic bid. Süderelbe AG hopes for infrastructure improvements in Hamburg's south

With ten competitions scheduled to take place south of the Elbe river, the south of the Hamburg Metropolitan Region is also excited by the prospect of Hamburg hosting the world’s largest sporting event. The 2024 Summer Olympics will bring along benefits for the population, the infrastructure, and the economy, the business developers of Süderelbe AG are being convinced. In line with the claim “Be there” they demand additional infrastructural improvements. For entrepreneurs, information sessions have been announced.

Plans For The South

“Following Hamburg’s successful national application, it is now time to build the port link road, to upgrade bridges, and to link the A26 to Stade and to A 7” says Dr. Olaf Krüger, CEO of Süderelbe AG. The business development corporation of Hamburg’s south defined its demands for infrastructural improvements in a paper presented in 2012.

Marketing Effects For The Region

“Hotels and service providers in the region will be able to benefit from numerous marketing effects for the region and their own business”, adds Dr. Krüger. To create benefits before, during and after the games, packages with now be bundled in co-operation with partners from the region.
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source and further details:
www.suederelbe.de/olympia

On Süderelbe AG

Süderelbe AG pursues a policy of cluster-oriented economic and regional development. This is based on the economic structures of the Süderelbe region and its long-term prospects of success. Süderelbe AG thus focuses on the most important areas of competence the region has to offer: logistics, the food industry, mechanical engineering and aviation, as well as maritime industry. In these areas the company’s cluster-oriented work supplements classic strategies of regional economic development.
Next to the states of Hamburg and Lower Saxony, its128 include the rural districts and counties of Harburg, Lüneburg, and Stade as the five savings institutes Sparkasse Harburg-Buxtehude region, Sparkasse Lüneburg, Sparkasse Stade-Altes Land, Kreissparkasse Stade and Hamburger Sparkasse.

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