The new German government is committing serious resources make the country a digital leader. Companies like fintech unicorn Qonto are taking advantage of the new emphasis on 1s and 0s in Europe’s largest economy. Watch our video!
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The stunning pictures of space made by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) have caused jaws to drop across planet Earth. And they are themselves the result of a global effort including the European and Canadian space agencies.
In March, Intel announced it would be building a billion-euro new microchip production facility in the eastern German city of Magdeburg. Intel Germany’s managing director Christin Eisenschmid tells Markets Germany how this record foreign direct investment came about.
Germany has traditionally been Europe‘s logistical center. But the sector is undergoing massive transformation as digital and networked logistics solutions complement railways, trucks and warehouses. Our new video has the lowdown.
Germany’s Federal Statistical Office reports impressive rises in the number of businesses and households getting electricity from solar installation.
Germany’s leading electronics trade organization zvei and the country’s national association for security technology bhe say that the sector grew 4.5 percent in 2021, reaching a record value of EUR 4.9 billion.
Intel, Northvolt, Tesla…giant companies have recently committed billions to establishing/expanding German operations. Here’s how those massive investments came about. Watch our video!
Experts agree that artificial intelligence (AI) will be one of the major technologies of the future. But AI is no longer just something from Silicon Valley. Germany is emerging as the ideal location for providers in Europe.
One of the world’s largest industrial trade fairs, the Hannover Messe, has welcomed back physical visitors after two years of online events due to coronavirus pandemic restrictions. Some 2500 participants will spend four days putting their innovations and ideas on display.
Ports and waterways are a major part of Germany, the logistics hub at the heart of Europe. But Germany’s maritime economy is changing to meet the demands and utilize the possibilities of the digital age.