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Germany was quick to react to the “second wave” in the fall and winter of 2020–2021. The country’s manufacturing strength and business creativity is helping it weather the storm.
Bureaucracy is the great enemy of both creativity and efficiency, but Berlin start-up Levity aims to lighten the load. The fledgling company uses artificial intelligence to take over the most mind-numbing office tasks.
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Due to uncertainty amidst the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, the size of financing deals for start-ups in Germany decreased somewhat. But venture capital investments have come roaring back, with a number of young companies announcing impressive hauls, particularly from foreign investors. Here’s a round-up of seven of the bigger ones.
Germany’s Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is making a massive investment to help 6G communications technology replace the current standard 5G. The ministry is allocating EUR 700 million from the government’s “Future Fund” and elsewhere to underwrite 6G research in the coming four years.
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One of the great advantages of hydrogen is its capacity to store excess energy for later use, but the gas itself also has to be stored. To this end, German energy company EWE is constructing an underground storage facility in the municipality of Rüdersdorf east of Berlin.
Germany’s market for unmanned aerial vehicles is expanding exponentially as more and more applications for drones are developed. The sector is projected to be worth €3 billion in the near future. Plus it’s a heck of a lot of fun.
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Sales revenue in the gaming industry rocketed up 32 percent last year. German industry organization game registered more than EUR 8.5 billion in sales in 2020 compared with just under EUR 6.5 billion in 2019.
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The German Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure BMVI has launched a new program “Charging Infrastructure on Location” that will introduce add EUR 300 million to the funds to create more electric vehicle charging stations.
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The global coronavirus pandemic has far-reaching implications for business and the economy. GTAI is working for you during this difficult time – with regular information updates and answers to your questions about the potential effects for your project in Germany.
The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union has led to a reorientation of business worldwide. GTAI advises and supports British and international companies seeking to establish business operations in Germany.
Over the past decade, Germany has turned itself into a hot destination for international start-up investors. Berlin is particularly attractive to innovative, young technology companies, while other parts of the country are drawing entrepreneurs in the green energy and solutions sectors. Lower rents and salaries are undercutting Silicon Valley.
The travel industry has been very hard hit by the corona pandemic and its various restrictions. But Berlin start-up Omio is bucking the trend in a big way. The travel platform has just taken in EUR 100 million in additional venture capital from investors including Goldman Sachs.
Hawa Dawa means “air purity” in several languages – which makes it an appropriate name for a multicultural company associated with Munich’s Technical University that is devoted to combatting air pollution.
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The German government sees hydrogen technology as the key to the country’s clean energy future. It’s investing billions of euros in the sector. Germany aims to become the „world number one“ in clean hydrogen energy technology – with the government investing €9bn. Our new video looks at how international businesses can get involved in German environmental H2.
German companies are at the heart of the emergency development of potential coronavirus vaccines. That’s no accident considering Germany’s importance in both the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors. Germany Trade & Invest Director of Chemicals and Health Marcus Schmidt gives us the lowdown on this crucial area.