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The same old story everywhere. The layout is finished, the text is still a long time coming. So that the layout doesn’t stand naked in the room and feel small and empty, I step in: the dummy text. Created precisely for this purpose, always in the shadow of my big brother “Lorem Ipsum”, I am delighted every time you read a few lines. Because esse est percipi – to be is to be perceived. And because you have already had the goodness to accompany me for a few more sentences, I would like to take this opportunity to not only serve as a gap filler, but to point out something that also deserves to be noticed: Web standards, namely. You see, web standards are the set of rules on which websites are based. There are rules for HTML, CSS, JavaScript or even XML; words that you may have heard from your developer before. These standards ensure that everyone involved derives the greatest benefit from a website. In contrast to earlier websites, for example, we no longer have to program two different websites for Internet Explorer and another browser. All you need is a page that – properly designed – works on various browsers on the web, but is just as good for printing or

Far back, behind the mountains of words, far from the countries of vowels and consonants, live the blind texts. They live in seclusion in Buchstabhausen on the coast of the Semantik, a large linguistic ocean. A small stream called Duden flows through their village and provides them with the necessary regular supplies.

It’s a paradisiacal country where fried bits of sentences fly into your mouth. Not even the almighty punctuation controls the blind texts – an almost unorthographic life. One day, however, a small line of dummy text, its name was Lorem Ipsum, decided to go out into the wide world of grammar. The great Oxmox advised her against it, as it was teeming with nasty commas, wild question marks and sneaky semicolons, but the little blind text was undeterred.

"I am happy to support the business processes in the background with structure and enthusiasm for figures."

Andrea Brockmann

Assistant to the management | Accounting

"Chatting, doing, learning - across the German-Danish border."

Anja Kujawski

Innovation & digital economy | ARTEMIS

"My focus is on every consulting client and their training needs."

Christina König

Further training advice | NordNetz Bildung

"Working together - for people, the economy & a sustainable region."

Dagmar Jensen

DE-DK cooperation | Sustainability | GrønBusiness

"I will be happy to support you at any time in your settlement project in North Frisia."

Dr. Jerome Stuck

Settlement & commercial space management

"Developing North Friesland is close to my heart."

Dr. Matthias Hüppauff

Management | Business DE/DK | Subsidies

"Start-ups and pioneering technologies are my focus."

Jan-Christian Mahrt

UAM-InnoRegion-SH | Business

"My goal: to give innovative, fresh ideas for the North a boost!"

Jens Heitmann


"I like working with people, so HR management is exactly my thing."

Jutta Kroll

Personnel administration | Team assistance

"I use my passion for North Friesland in regional marketing."

Katja Clausen

Regional Marketing

"My heart beats for North Friesland and renewables!"

Katja Rosenburg

Renewable energies | Business DE/DK | Climate-neutral economy NF" (KliWi NF)

"Our future is renewable: I want to make a difference. MAKE is my motto."

Kirsten Voss

Energy coast

"Focus: Sustainable solutions to make our region fit for the future with renewable energies."

Martina Carstensen

Renewable energies | Biogas Knowledge Center | Health Education in the Border Region

Tilmann Meyer

Promotion with vision: I stand for a dynamic North Frisia!

Tilmann Meyer

Authorized signatory | Regional development | Company service

"Lifelong learning and your professional development are the focus of my work."

Lena Pauls

Further training advice | NordNetz Bildung

The INTERREG6A project aims to increase the economic growth and competitiveness of SMEs – and the program region itself – through greater innovative strength.

The focus is on topics such as digitalization, automation and sustainability. SMEs in the German-Danish border region face a variety of challenges in these areas.

It is important to use the innovative capacity and opportunities offered by digitalization in order not to fall behind on the necessary path to sustainability and climate neutrality.



  • In practical terms, the first step is to determine a company’s requirements.
  • The ARTEMIS team then develops a concept for the individual company challenge and puts together a team of students to work on a solution. This mobilizes cross-border potential and synergies for innovation and knowledge transfer.
  • Creative and innovative solutions are thus developed free of charge for the companies.

In addition, the project is building a permanent cross-border network of stakeholders in order to optimally support the innovative capacity of companies and improve the intercultural climate. Partners from both sides of the border are involved in each initiative.


Anja Kujawski

Innovation & digital economy, ARTEMIS