The city of Leipzig is among the most successful cities in both Germany and Europe. It has advanced over the years due to its strategic positioning that allowed trade to occur in the nineteenth century. The city has since been a hub of economic thrives among German and European cities. Trade enabled the city to develop a culture of entrepreneurship by which it has grown economically and politically on both the local and international platform. This growth can also be attributed to its numerous resources and excellent administrative policies.
The city’s prosperity can be attributed to its investments in intellect, talent and politics among others. Leipzig University is a great contributor to molding several great people in the continent and has a good reputation for itself. Furthermore, Leipzig has also invested in its composers and authors in order to promote them. The city’s people have also over the years developed the culture of entrepreneurship which has prompted them to invest in almost every available opportunity for growth. Leipzig dwellers have also developed a sense of patriotism whose effect is oneness in building their city.
In its past, the city of Leipzig has prospered in many quests. At the times of the Reformation, the city portrayed a great deal of advancement. It also defeated French armies at the Battles of Nations in alliances it had formed with other armies of European nationalities. This way, the city showed its ability to work together with others in useful coalitions for its development. Nonetheless, Leipzig was still a city in transition when most of it’s thrives occurred. In any case, it was in the 1990s, the city deserted by its inhabitants. The city still came back on its feet with the help of useful municipal administration.
Jean Claude, G. Z. (2004). The City of Leipzig. Iternational Public Management Journal, 15.