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Germany’s Best Employer: Vector Takes Second Place
The Stuttgart IT specialist Vector claimed an outstanding second place in the 2019 Germany-wide “Great Place to Work” competition in the category for companies with between 501 and 2,000 employees. In Baden-Württemberg, Vector is the best-ranked mid-sized employer in this category. The award ceremony was held on the evening of March 14 in Berlin. The employees of the rapidly growing company attest that their employer provides an extraordinary workplace culture. In the information and communication technology sector, Vector ranked second in the category for large employers.
Gründermotor in Stuttgart, Germany Presents the First Master Class
Stuttgart, Germany – June 19, 2019 – In a joint venture, Vector Informatik and company builder Pioniergeist launched the Gründermotor (“Entrepreneur Engine”) initiative in early 2018. The goal was, and still is, to close the gap between university-internal startup programs and free enterprise, especially with regard to the investment and funding opportunities of young entrepreneur teams. One key measure of Gründermotor is to fund outstanding, cross-university entrepreneur teams and to accompany them on their way from school to free enterprise. The first round of this roughly six-month coaching program concluded on June 19 with the pitches of the six finalist teams. The great political significance...
23rd International Automobil-Elektronik Kongress
Meet the experts of automotive electronics in Ludwigsburg. Discuss with us at our booth in the exhibition area.
Vector as an Employer? Award-Winning!
Is Vector a good employer? Is Vector an enjoyable place to work? Is a job with Vector satisfying? There are no general answers to these questions. Rather, it depends who you ask. We have asked our employees – many, in fact – working in a wide range of positions. Better said: we had the questions be asked independently and neutrally. By the German “Great Place to Work” Institute of Cologne. Since 2005, we regularly take part in the institute’s Germany-wide study and have the quality and attractiveness of Vector as an employer examined. This year, we were one of 680 companies that wanted to know where they stand and whether they may count themselves among the best employers in Germany. The result?...
Award Winning New Vector Building
Vector has been constantly growing at its headquarters in Stuttgart-Weilimdorf for the last 30 years. The rapidly expanding workforce made a large new development necessary in order to extend the four existing buildings. The fifth, and so far the largest, of the Vector buildings at the company's headquarters was completed in August 2016. This modern and very attractive new complex consisting of office space, a canteen, large training area and underground car park also comprises a landscaped area and forms the Vector Campus in combination with the pre-existing buildings. The new Vector company building is unique in many ways and, in September 2017, it was rewarded with the DGNB Platinum Certificate...
Marveling, giggling and exploring: Inventors and researchers at the Vector Academy
Something was different on this Wednesday in November in a place where budding and seasoned engineers from all over the world normally sit in order to thoroughly investigate CANoe, CANalyzer & Co. The ladies and gentlemen participating in the two Vector Academy Workshops were young: strikingly young. And merry giggling penetrated the seminar room doors more frequently than usual. What had happened? Well, very simply: Thirty-five inventors and researchers from the Reisach school in Stuttgart-Weilimdorf and the Stuttgart Engineering Park elementary school bombarded our trainers, Dana and Hagen, with questions. How does a turn signal know when it should flash? How does the car door know it needs to...
Vector, WECONOMY and the Young and the Wild
Technology-oriented start-ups and Vector – the two go well together and it feels right: Vector itself was started 30 years ago from an idea and three minds. Thus, it is not surprising that, as a member of the Wissensfabrik – the Knowledge Factory business initiative – Vector supports the WECONOMY start-up contest as a partner. Germany’s most innovative entrepreneurs have the opportunity here to convince a jury of economic decision-makers of their business ideas: of silicon eyes for autonomous driving cars, of mobile real-time laboratories for farmers or of cleanroom 3D printers for medical implants. This is a feat accomplished by 112 start-up ideas since 2017. They receive an award that goes beyond...