Over the past 10 years, Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) has supported several thousand projects, helped foreign investors to set up shop in Germany, and contributed greatly to the positive development and further internationalization of the German economy in general, and the creation of new businesses and jobs specifically.
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Driven by digitalization, the market for corporate services in Germany is growing. Big companies and SMEs are increasingly opting for local German contact centers.
Fruit and vegetables don’t get any fresher than when they’re still growing. That’s the idea behind the hot Berlin start-up Infarm, which has come up with a technique to grow and not just sell fresh produce in supermarkets.
Japan’s Toppan Printing is bidding to buy the western German interior décor producer Interprint. Subject to approval by Germany’s Federal Cartel Office the sale should go through by the end of 2019. The Tokyo company was attracted by Interprint’s tradition and solidity.
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Hamburg fintech start-up Exporo hosts a digital platform for property investments and aims to make this sector accessible to small investors. “We want to change the way you invest in property,” Exporo CEO Simon Brunke says.
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Berlin-based startup Auto1 has quickly become the biggest used car dealer in Europe, thanks in part to foreign investors who saw the potential in the fast-growing company and the rising demand for used cars over new vehicles.
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Don’t know your pentium from your petaflops? No problem. Our video on QuantumComputing has the answers & will introduce you to the two fastest computers in Germany.
“Juwels” has the power of 60,000 conventional computers while “SuperMUC-NG” can calculate in one second what it would take everyone on earth 6.7 million years to do.
It´s only logical that any serious agenda for fulfilling the Paris Climate Agreement will entail new jobs and new value chains in many regions and economic sectors. In Germany, phasing out coal is part of this agenda. The federal German government has specified that the phase-out must open up new opportunities for the people and the economies of coal-producing regions.
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