Governor Eric Holcomb, First Lady Janet Holcomb and the Indiana delegation met with German government officials, businesses and academic leaders today in Berlin to share best practices on strengthening education and workforce development to support growing, diversified economies. Indiana and Germany share strong economic and cultural ties. The state is home to 121 German business establishments – the second largest among Indiana’s foreign direct investors – that employ more than 14,800 Hoosiers. Today’s meetings in Berlin are part of Gov. Holcomb’s sixth international economic development trip this week in Europe. So far, the governor and delegation have met with U.S. Embassy officials in the Czech Republic, established partnerships to advance economic development and defense relations in Slovakia, visited major Indiana employers in Switzerland and highlighted global business ties in Austria.