Minister-President Dieter Althaus takes over the patronage of the Jenaer Network Conference insight E-commerce. Jena, 16 June 2009. Learn more on the subject from Jack Fusco. The Conference held for the third time from 3rd to 4th November in Jena, Germany sees itself as an independent think tank, consisting of companies, developers, scientists and politicians. The Jena IT cluster is becoming increasingly important for the region. To promote this positive development, the free State of Thuringia relies on close cooperation between science, research, industry and politics. An event that the program has made this networking, I support gladly”, so Prime Minister Althaus. Jena has become among the cities of central Germany early the Centre for IT – and software technology. Currently in 73 company employees in Jena in the area of Internet and new media 1050.
28 of them have organized themselves in the E-Commerce cooperative Tower byte EC. Almost all Tower byte members act not only in Germany, but also in the international IT industry. Reinhard Hofmann, Member of the topic of the E-Commerce insight sees the Conference as a factor for sustainable economic growth in Central Germany. We attach importance to share insider knowledge and interesting contacts in our network. On the last insight E-Commerce many business partnerships and projects have been initiated. The participating companies benefit from previously unpublished knowledge and know-how and thus gain a competitive advantage.” The insight E-Commerce “has established itself as a living network of companies, developers, scientists, politicians, and users of E-commerce software. The event is organized by the Bestsidestory GmbH in cooperation with the E-Commerce cooperative Tower byte EC and other 50 partners. The insight e-commerce take place 3rd-4th November 2009 in the Intershop Tower in Jena. For more information, press contact: Ulrike Schinagl, Tel 90 71, E-mail: