Access to the European Union: Firms based in Germany will continue to profit from the access to Europe´s Digital Single Market, the largest economy in the world and a market that has generated a nominal gross domestic product of 16.477 trillion US dollars in 2016 (incl. the UK).

Cost of Living. The cost of living in London is 46% more expensive than in Hamburg – Comparing food, housing, transportation, personal care, and transportation – London ends up as nearly twice as expensive as Germany cities like Berlin, Dresden, Frankfurt, Hamburg – (source:

Language & Quality of life. English is widely accepted and commonly spoken in Germany and the open culture has attracted a wide range of international talent. Berlin and Hamburg are the top cities with a free business environment. Source: City ranking