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4th German-Baltic Digital Summit
18th April 2024
Stadthalle Rostock
(Südring 90 | 18059 Rostock)

: 17th - 19th April 2024

About the German-Baltic Digital Summit

The 4th German-Baltic Digital Summit took place together with the "Baltic Sea Business Day" in Rostock. On this day and during the company visits, participants had the opportunity to engage actively with top-level professionals of the German IT industry. In engaging discussions about innovation and mutual learning, the German business environment was experienced first hand, and contacts with partner companies were established and strengthened.

In 2024, the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce is cooperating with the federal state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, building a solid ground for strong cooperation with its German partners.

The most important information on the German-Baltic Digital Summit can also be downloaded in pdf format.


More information about the 1st German-Baltic Digital Summit in Düsseldorf in 2019, the 2nd German-Baltic Digital Summit in Munich in 2021, the 3rd German-Baltic Digital Summit in Lübeck in 2022 and our 4th German-Baltic Digital Summit in can be found under Previous Events.


Just as in the Baltic states, digitalization is one of the most important topics in the German economy. Companies prepare themselves for the future and they do so very successfully. According to the Federation of German Industries, Industry 4.0 applications are gaining significant importance. Three out of four companies will adapt their business models towards the implementation of new standards. At the German-Baltic Digital Summit you have the opportunity to experience these developments first hand.


Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are European figureheads and global forerunners when it comes to digitization. The Baltic countries are innovation labs for eGovernment, IT security, Blockchain, and many more digital developments, which are likely to shape our world in the near and far future. 5G networks, comprehensive broadband coverage, and extended online administration services characterize the Baltic States as much as a successful start-up and tech-scene, which has brought forth companies such as Skype, Wise, Trafi, Bolt, and Starship Technologies. Many institutions and companies are eager to learn from Baltic experiences and are keen on finding partners in fields such as eGovernment, Cyber Security and others.

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