The region presents an industrial concentration with pronounced interrelations between the county and state capital and has a very well-developed infrastructure. The proximity to the main road B1 / B5, state road L33, motorway A10 and the international airport Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt (BER) provide a fast connection with Berlin and the world.

In close proximity to the traditional Rüdersdorfer limestone quarry, companies such as the internationally operating company CEMEX, the Heidelberger Kalksandstein GmbH, SAKRET and Graf Baustoffe GmbH have settled here. Numerous companies from the logistics industry, such as DHL and UPS, have settled in this region, too. Other internationally operating companies such as Vattenfall Europe New Energy Ecopower GmbH and Clinton Großhandels-GmbH are also based here.

In the immediate vicinity, in the district of Marzahn-Hellersdorf of Berlin, the largest industrial park in the city,  the CleanTech Business Park Berlin-Marzahn (CBP) is being developed. With around 90 hectares, the CleantechBusinessPark provides enough space for companies, preferably from the sector of sustainable and clean technologies. CBP offers ideal conditions for future-oriented companies in clean technologies and sustainable products that are looking for a place to grow. Small and medium-sized companies can also benefit from the expertise, the network, and the competencies of CBP.

The regional management works actively to promote the region as an attractive location for business. It organizes several networking and information events. The main object of those events is to inform interested business owners and local entrepreneurs about infrastructure measures, future projects and events. Furthermore, those events are designed to increase cooperation and communication within the network partners and other important actors in the region.