Audi has erected a new Audi Academy on the site of a former foundry at its headquarters in Ingolstadt. The building, which will be used to host coaching and training courses for Audi employees, was inaugurated with an event featuring numerous business executives and political officials.
Audi says around 250 of its employees have already moved into the five-floor Audi Academy building. The new facility brings the employees under one roof, instead of scattered across the city as they were previously.
“Not only will the employees of the Audi Academy benefit from being all in one place here. We now also have a unified presence for about 300 seminar participants every day – and with the additional advantage of a prestigious location in the heart of Ingolstadt.”
Ingosltadt mayor Christ Losel noted the Audi Academy is “one of the biggest urban construction projects for the future of Ingolstadt.” The building was constructed in just 18 months by real estate firm IGE, a subsidiary of Audi.