Securing skilled workers for the region

Committed, qualified employees are the backbone of every company. One of EGC's services is therefore also assistance in the search for suitable personnel - in close cooperation with the Employment Agency and other service institutions and personnel agencies.

Your contact person

Are you looking for new employees?

Send us your job postings and we will be happy to share them on our social channels.

 

Everything begins with longing.

The longing for home, family, friends or the one true love.

„Sehnsucht Cottbus“ is the returnee initiative organised by the City of Cottbus, EGC Wirtschaftsförderung Cottbus and other partners from the fields of industry and administration that aims at supporting the (re-)settlement of new and native citizens. Intensive marketing is already having an effect and attracts more and more newcomers and returnees to Cottbus. The close networking collaboration between the partners ensures a warm welcome and support – free of charge and personal: willkommen(at)cottbus.de.

We are a partner in the Ankommen-in-Brandenburg.de network. Ankommen-in-Brandenburg.de.

 

 

Company succession

Many companies have to face the challenge of company succession and it is often not easy to find suitable successors for one's own life's work. The preservation of jobs as well as the successful continuation of the company are of enormous importance for our regional economic structure and thus the essential motivators for EGC Wirtschaftsförderung Cottbus to take on this topic.

On this page you will find extensive information on the topic of business succession: https://www.nexxt-change.org/

Your contact person
Annett Gernhardt
Project Development & funding programs

 +49 (0)355 729913-12
 +49 (0)179 418 17 67
 annett.gernhardt(at)egc-cottbus.de
Funded by the Federal Government and the Federal State of Brandenburg in the context of the joint task: “Verbesserung der regionalen Wirtschaftsstruktur” – GRW Infrastruktur for the improvement of the regional economic structure