"We relocated our European headquarters from Krefeld to Düsseldorf in July 2016 to give us better access to partners and young talent and to be closer to the creative and digital scene," said Masahiko Yamada, President & CEO, Wacom Europe.
Wacom is the world market leader in digital pen input technologies for tablets, interactive pen displays and digital interface technologies. Wacom Europe is a subsidiary of the Japanese Wacom Co. Ltd., which was established 1983. The technology is primarily used in the creative industries such as art, design, film, special effects, animation, illustration, photography and product design. But Wacom’s also serves customers in the fields of medicine, education, financial services and IT. "Because the digital city of Düsseldorf has such a lively artistic, agency and fashion scene and hosts a variety of related business activities, it is the ideal location for us to boost our success through recruiting young talent and exchanging ideas with other specialists,” said Masahiko Yamada, President & CEO, Wacom Europe.