As one of the larger companies in the Rhein-Neckar metropolitan region, the ProMinent Group recognizes its responsibility in society. For years now, numerous social organizations, institutions from the area of technology and science, associations as well as non-profit projects have been promoted.
A new work of art now graces the roundabout on the bypass in the Wieblingen district of Heidelberg. The sculpture, entitled “Infinity Curve”, a work by the internationally renowned artist Chen Wenqin, was funded by Heidelberg-based ProMinent to mark the company’s fiftieth anniversary.
The study furniture of Felix Wankel, the inventor of the Wankel rotary engine, will be retained as cultural inheritance in the science centre Heidelberg.
The Hohensachsen swimming pool now officially bears the name of the Heidelberger entrepreneur.
Young scientists, no matter what discipline they have chosen, can do a lot for the protection of nature and the environment.
Since the foundation of the German Centre for Music Therapy Research (DZM) in 1995, the institute has been very much promoted by the entrepreneur family Dulger. Since the year 2000, the research institute bears the name of the ProMinent founder and is now called “Viktor Dulger Institute”.