In the coming years, the Central German mining area will undergo massive structural change due to the lignite phase-out, which can only be successfully shaped with an expansion of research and innovation activities.
The Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) in Leipzig therefore carries out a company survey to find out how you assess the need for innovations in your industry or your company, what support services you need and how you imagine cooperation with the large research center planned in the region.
All company information is treated confidentially. The data transmitted to us is anonymized, aggregated and used exclusively to fulfill the purpose of the survey. A transfer to third parties is excluded. For reasons of better readability, the masculine form was chosen in the questionnaire, regardless of this, the information relates to members of all genders.
The personal data collected as part of the survey will be treated confidentially while ensuring data protection in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GDPR). Further information on our tasks and the processing of your data can be found at www.leipzig.ihk.de/datenschutz.
Participation in the survey is voluntary. We look forward to your lively participation. Answering the questions will only take a few minutes.
Source: Leipzig Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK), Innovation|Cluster department
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