SHAPING THE
ECONOMY TOGETHER

Mem­ber­ships

As an inter­na­tion­al group of com­pa­nies, the JÄGER Group is involved in numer­ous asso­ci­a­tions, fed­er­a­tions and net­works. Togeth­er with our strong part­ners, forces can thus be bun­dled in a tar­get­ed man­ner and goals can be reached more quickly. 

DWA Deutsche Vere­ini­gung für Wasser­wirtschaft, Abwass­er und Abfall e.V

As a polit­i­cal­ly and eco­nom­i­cal­ly inde­pen­dent organ­i­sa­tion, DWA is inten­sive­ly com­mit­ted to the devel­op­ment of safe and sus­tain­able water and waste man­age­ment. It is com­mit­ted to the exchange of opin­ions and the pro­mo­tion of research and development. 

Euro­pean Dis­trib­u­tors of Indus­tri­al Supplies 

The abbre­vi­a­tion “EDIS” stands for “Euro­pean Dis­trib­u­tors of Indus­tri­al Sup­plies” and refers to an asso­ci­a­tion of lead­ing dis­trib­u­tors from var­i­ous Euro­pean countries.

EDIS cel­e­brates its 25th birth­day in 2016. The found­ing idea was based on the desire to offer a uni­form ser­vice for cus­tomers through­out Europe and to con­tribute to the exchange of knowl­edge in the field of pur­chas­ing. Today EDIS con­sists of 10 inde­pen­dent com­pa­nies from nine Euro­pean coun­tries, which togeth­er want to offer their cus­tomers added value.

Deutsches Insti­tut für Kautschuk­tech­nolo­gie e.V.

The Ger­man Insti­tute for Rub­ber Tech­nol­o­gy (DIK) is one of the world’s lead­ing research and devel­op­ment cen­ters in the field of rub­ber tech­nol­o­gy. The DIK is an inde­pen­dent research insti­tu­tion that car­ries out research projects in close coop­er­a­tion with Leib­niz Uni­ver­sität Han­nover and industry. 

Ger­man Water Part­ner­ship e.V

Ger­man Water Part­ner­ship is a strong net­work con­sist­ing of pri­vate and pub­lic com­pa­nies from the water sec­tor, pro­fes­sion­al asso­ci­a­tions and insti­tu­tions from indus­try, research and science. 

Han­nover ohne Plastik 

The city of Hanover and 14 com­pa­nies, edu­ca­tion­al insti­tu­tions and asso­ci­a­tions from the state cap­i­tal are pool­ing their activ­i­ties on the sub­ject of sus­tain­abil­i­ty with the “Hanover with­out Plas­tic” (HOP) ini­tia­tive. One of the HOP goals is to devel­op solu­tions for replac­ing plastics. 

Indus­trie-Club Han­nover e.V.

The Indus­trie-Club Han­nover e.V. is one of the tra­di­tion­al “Busi­ness Clubs” in Ger­many and con­sists of 220 mem­ber com­pa­nies from Low­er Sax­ony. It pro­vides a forum for the exec­u­tive boards and senior staff to freely and open­ly exchange opin­ions and experiences. 

Insti­tut der Nord­deutschen Wirtschaft e.V. (INW)

The Insti­tute of the North Ger­man Econ­o­my e.V. (INW) unites com­pa­nies in North­ern Ger­many across regions and sec­tors and rep­re­sents the eco­nom­ic and socio-polit­i­cal inter­ests of its more than 500 mem­bers at state, fed­er­al and Euro­pean level. 

Zukun­ft Inc 

Nine com­pa­nies from the Han­nover region have joined forces under the umbrel­la of the “ini­tia­tive. mark­t­führer. han­nover. joined togeth­er. The aim of the net­work is to joint­ly meet demo­graph­ic change and the lack of skilled work­ers and to break new ground in the region­al and supra-region­al recruit­ment of qual­i­fied pupils, stu­dents and skilled workers. 

Eras­mus+ Ausbildungspartner 

As a train­ing part­ner of the EU sup­port pro­gramme Eras­mus+, we enable our trainees to spend sev­er­al weeks abroad as part of an intern­ship. In coop­er­a­tion with the voca­tion­al schools, our trainees are assigned to com­pa­nies in oth­er Euro­pean coun­tries on a vol­un­tary basis for a peri­od of three weeks and are released from work for this peri­od. In this way, we would like to offer our trainees the oppor­tu­ni­ty to gain expe­ri­ence in oth­er work con­texts, to take part in cul­tur­al exchange and, in addi­tion, to improve their lan­guage skills. 

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