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Sparkasse Vorpommern

Sparkasse Vorpommern

Sparkasse Vorpommern, based in the University and Hanseatic town of Greifswald, is the largest savings bank in the Vorpommern region. It is amalgamated financial institute, organised along modern lines, and is one of the most important employers and training companies in Vorpommern. Its area of operation comprises the districts of north and east Vorpommern, the Hanseatic town of Stralsund and the University and Hanseatic town of Greifswald. The bank supports companies on the spot, is a reliable partner to the local authorities and promotes social interaction, art and culture. It is to be found everywhere in the area. Its priority is optimal customer care in all matters of money.


University and Hanseatic city of Greifswald

The University and Hanseatic city of Greifswald is a young, innovative melting pot of research, technology and education. The industrial, scientific, medical and cultural centre in the northeast of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern owes its special attraction primarily to the university and the numerous successful internationally active research institutes and companies. The town has attractive business parks for companies setting up in the area. Greifswald stands out with its low living costs and natural surroundings, together with the cultural ambience of a university town. The broad cultural offer and the multiplicity at leisure-time facilities make the Hanseatic town an attractive place to live and work in.

Hanseatic city of Stralsund

The Hanseatic city is the largest municipality in Western Pomerania and due to its geographical location also counts as gateway to the island Rügen. With its shipyard and port location, the city offers state-of-the-art conditions for the maritime industry. Thanks to the practice-oriented teaching at the University of Applied Sciences Stralsund, highly trained professionals are available. The alumni have academic knowledge in business administration, mechanical and electrical engineering or computer science.
Tradition, technology and tourism characterise the business location Stralsund. In 2002 the UNESCO ennobled the old town of Stralsund together with Wismar as world heritage.


Administrative district Vorpommern-Rügen

The district of Vorpommern-Rügen with its centrally located county seat, the Hanseatic city of Stralsund, covers the coastal area of the peninsula Fischland-Zingst and the islands of Rügen, Hiddensee Ummanz and some other smaller islands, but also long-range continental areas. Rügen is Germany's largest island and a well known tourist destination: 47 beaches with 600 km of coastline, famous chalk cliffs, extensive hilly landscape and idyllic avenues. The national park “Vorpommersche Boddenlandschaft“ with the peninsula Fischland-Zingst and a 56 km long sandy beach, as well as the river valleys Recknitz and Treble complete the scenic beauty of the district Vorpommern-Ruegen.  The Hanseatic city of Stralsund, the ferry port Sassnitz and the commercial site “Pommerndreieick“ are strong business locations.  Apart from Tourism, the economic structure of the region is defined by agriculture, the food industry, ship building and maritime business, logistics and the service sector.


Administrative district Vorpommern-Greifswald

The district of Vorpommern-Greifswald is adjoined to the district of Vorpommern-Rügen and borders in the East on the neighbouring country Poland with its regional metropolis Szczecin. The region offers unusually charming and varied scenery. Especially the island of Usedom represents not only a touristic highlight but also a natural heritage. It is one of the loveliest areas of the German Baltic coast and has long been a tourist attraction. Forests, bogs, meadows and lakes characterise the south of the district. The natural paradise “Stettiner Haff” offers sandy beaches and coves on its 32 km long coastline. The centres of economic gravity are the University and Hanseatic town of Greifswald, the commercial site “Energie- und Technologiepark Lubmin” and the urban centres of Anklam, Wolgast Pasewalk, Ueckermuende, Torgelow and Strasburg. The most important industrial sectors are tourism, agriculture, food industry, energy sector, ship building and maritime business, heath care sector, research and development and service sector. The district is the gateway to Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. The motorway A20 and a well-developed railway network provide excellent transport links to Berlin and Hamburg. With its ports in Greifswald-Ladebow, Vierow, Lubmin, Wolgast, Ueckermünde an Anklam, the region is also perfectly connected to the network of waterways.