Memberships and Certifications

German Institute for Standardization (DIN)
DIN, the German Institute for Standardization, is the independent platform for standardization in Germany and worldwide. As a partner for industry, research and society as a whole, DIN plays a major role in helping innovations to reach the market in areas such as the digital economy or society, often within the framework of research projects.  More than 36,000 experts from industry, research, consumer protection and the public sector bring their expertise to work on standardization projects managed by DIN. The result of these efforts are market-oriented standards and specifications that promote global trade, and encourage rationalization, quality assurance, and the protection of society and the environment, as well as improving security and communication.

German Association of Professional Experts (GAPE)
The German Association of Professional Experts (GAPE) sees itself as an organization that specifically informs, promotes and supports surveyors and experts. The DGuSV is one of the largest associations of experts in the German-speaking world. Therefore we can offer a large network of qualified experts and specialists. The DGuSV is the first point of contact for active experts in all sectors. The DGuSV is registered in the public list of the Bundestag (page 318, no. 937) as well as in the register of the European Union under the identification number 01521746141-49.

German Emirati Joint Council for Industry and Commerce (AHK)
As a member of the German Emirati Joint Council for Industry and Commerce (AHK) we are part of an international network of about 500 companies and have access to the network of decision makers from business and politics.

Official list of prequalified companies for the supply of goods and services
In the prequalification database for the supply and service sector, you will find companies that have proven their suitability for public contracts to chambers of industry and commerce or to the contract advisory bodies they support.
This saves companies a considerable amount of time and money. Public clients can be sure that the verification was carried out seriously and that good offers do not have to be excluded due to faulty proof of suitability.

Environmental and Climate Pact of Bavaria of the Bavarian State Ministry for the Environment and Consumer Protection
The Environmental Pact of Bavaria was first agreed in 1995 with the idea of motivating companies, entrepreneurs and state institutions to implement operational environmental protection beyond the scope of statutory requirements.
With the current Environmental and Climate Pact, the Bavarian state government and its partners, the Bavarian Business Association (Vereinigung der Bayerischen Wirtschaft e.V. (vbw), the Association of Bavarian Chambers of Industry and Commerce (BIHK) and the Bavarian Handicrafts Association (BHT) are working to develop solutions for dealing with outstanding environmental and sustainability issues in order to promote environmental and climate protection in companies and businesses.

Family Pact of Bavaria
With the “Family Pact of Bavaria” launched in 2015, the Bavarian State Government, the Association of Bavarian Chambers of Industry and Commerce e. V. (BIHK), the vbw – Vereinigung der Bayerischen Wirtschaft e. V. (Association of Bavarian Business) and the Bayerischer Handwerkstag (BHT – Bavarian Association of Skilled Crafts) are pursuing the goal of raising the profile of the future issue of work-life balance among companies. Bavarian employers receive new impulses, specialist information and practical assistance to improve their internal family-friendliness. In addition, the “Family Pact of Bavaria” enables companies to network with each other and exchange ideas on the challenges of a family-friendly HR policy.