Creators, makers, pioneers

More than 12,000 employees, globally active and passionate about innovation — that is the way to achieve both market and technological leadership. We are Körber. Presenting our Group.

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We are Körber

Körber is a leading international technology group that has more than 12,000 employees at over 100 locations worldwide. We are the home for entrepreneurs — we turn entrepreneurial thinking into customers success. Körber AG manages the Group and its four Business Areas: Digital, Pharma, Supply Chain and Technologies.


The Körber Insights shows the entire spectrum of the Körber world: We give our view of exciting developments and trends, as well as innovations and technologies. We also highlight personalities who drive Körber forward every day with their entrepreneurial spirit and new ideas.



Wanted: team players. The know-how, creativity, and dedication of our employees have made us a successful technology company in Germany and worldwide. Now we want to shape the future — with you! We offer exciting positions for experts, young professionals, university students, and high school students.

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"Modern leadership culture has a performance-enhancing effect"

A working climate that promotes innovation, diversity, and the courage to tell uncomfortable truths is more central than ever to a company's success today. In an interview, Gabriele Fanta, Head of Group Human Resources, explains how the new leadership principles at Körber specifically strengthen fruitful collaboration in everyday working life.

What comes after traineeship, Max?

Experience report: After graduating in mechatronics and mechanical engineering, Max Döring became a trainee at Körber. Today, he is Technical Product Manager at our Körber Business Area Pharma.

Procurement and Supply Chain Management

Procurement and Supply Chain Management

Joint future-proof activities are the foundation of sustainable procurement. Körber, as a globally leading technology group, therefore places great value on the optimal purchasing of materials and services.

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The Körber Foundation: Shaping Change

Knowledge for Tomorrow, international dialogue, and a vibrant civil society: The Körber Foundation promotes societal responsibility.

Making artificial intelligence smarter: German computer scientist Cordelia Schmid receives this year's Körber European Science Prize, endowed with one million euros, for her pioneering work in computer-based image processing and the development of new methods that enable computers to understand images.

Societal change is successful only if people get involved. The Körber Foundation encourages societal commitment by initiating discussions and testing solutions. The Foundation promotes dialogue between nations and between societal groups in Germany. Further, its activities support an increase in understanding and reflection through science, education, and culture as well as via the reflection of people’s historical origins and identity. 

The Körber Foundation pursues the mission statement of speaking, acting and motivating to make arguments and ideas heard, to implement these ideas and formats in its own projects, and to bring together multipliers and decision-makers: with the aim of improving social coexistence.

The Foundation’s work is based on several areas of action: Knowledge for Tomorrow, international dialogue, a vibrant civil society and cultural impulses for Hamburg. 

The Foundation was established in 1959 by the entrepreneur and visionary Kurt A. Körber. As an innovative thinker, he not only founded an international technology Group but also laid the cornerstone of the Foundation. 

The Körber Foundation is the sole shareholder of Körber AG, which is part of the Foundation’s assets. The Foundation receives an annual dividend from its equity investment in Körber AG, which it uses exclusively for socially beneficial purposes.

The "Code Week" puts new technologies into the context of different disciplines in a clear and playful way for young generations. At the same time, it offers impulses and aoccasions to discover programming for themselves also beyond the action weeks.
How can European security regulation look like in the future? Among others, this question was discussed at this year’s Berlin Foreign Policy Forum with the title ”The Price of Peace: Rethinking Security for Germany and Europe”.
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