Only 300 years young, Karlsruhe celebrated the anniversary of its founding as a city in 2015. The second-largest town in Baden-Württemberg is one of the sunniest cities in Germany. The city's nickname - the "fan city" ("Fächerstadt") - dates back to its founder Margrave Karl Wilhelm, who planned the city with a palace tower at its center, with streets fanning out from it like the spokes of a wheel. Its other nickname is the "Residence of Law" because the two highest courts in Germany, the Federal Constitutional Court and the Federal Court of Justice, are located here.
Our office in Karlsruhe our team of experts there will provide services to German and international clients. The office will be right beside the world's first media museum, known as the Center for Art and Media Technology. In the heart of the city's international research and development area, our experienced team will be at your service from day one. As members of the international Nexia network, we are well equipped to meet the challenges of local and cross-border transactions.
Many innovative mid-sized firms are specialists in their industry. Ebner Stolz's new Karlsruhe office offers them a single point of contact for expert advice.