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BREMEN. With the new podcast “Go Global! Bremen Business Talks” Germany‘s smallest state has had an international audience every two weeks since April. Alternating between German and English, Bremen-based moderator Boris Felgendreher regularly speaks with select guests about new technological developments in Bremen, international trade and economic policy, and opportunities for companies in global trade. The bilingual nature of the show aims to attract international experts and demographics. The podcast is a joint service by the WFB Wirtschaftsförderung Bremen, the Bremer Senator for Business, Labour and European Affairs, and the Bremen Chamber of Commerce, and can be found online at https://www.wfb-bremen.de/podcast, www.handelskammer-bremen.de/podcast, streamed on the major podcast platforms, or stored on your smartphone.

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