German start-ups are harnessing advances in e-mobility and gaming to help senior citizens stay sharp, keep moving and have fun.
Over the Counter (OTC): People in Germany have been self-medicating more and more in recent years. Sales of prescription-free drugs are increasing at pharmacies and through online mail order services. Why?
“Sworn translators“ can perform officially certified translations, which are then freely recognized by all German authorities.
The CEO of China Telecom Germany, Mr. Jie He, looks back on five years of supercharged growth at his company’s HQ on the banks of the Main River, Frankfurt.
How two great manufacturing nations are working closely together to drive growth and advise companies wanting to do business in Italy and Germany.
Jena is a vibrant and fast-growing hub for the high-tech industry. With international players setting up shop, the city is becoming known as eastern Germany’s “Optics Valley.”
The market for mobile health apps is booming. Be it app, sensor or hardware, developers with the right “app-titude” stand to make considerable gains in the coming years.
As the use of in vitro diagnostics continues to increase around the world, especially in the field of personalized medicine, German companies are leading innovations in Europe.
Digital healthcare hits the road as Audi invests in medical mobility solutions and launches an in-car product that can monitor the mental and physical fitness of the driver.
The Berlin-based company is pioneering on-demand, hydroponic farming services with a bold vision to help cities become independent in their food production.