Digitalization and Industrie 4.0 are making new manufacturing methods possible – and demanding new business models.
Industries / Digital Economy
A recent study by the German E-Commerce and Distance Selling Trade Association (bevh) predicts that online sales in Germany will grow by 9.3 percent in 2018, to reach EUR 63.9 billion.
Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen and Thuringia digital.
With the data center “Biere 2” being completed in fall 2018, T-Systems is expected to become one of the leading service providers in the European cloud market.
Lufthansa Technik launched a SafeDrone-Works platform for professional drone services to bring potential customers together with quality-assured service providers.
The Hamburg-based startup Resourcify GmbH advances digitalization in the recycling and waste-management sectors.
Do online companies abide by the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation? Software robots are going to check this.
No more missed deliveries: the package that gets in when you’re out.
Due to uncertainty in the market after the Brexit referendum, many FinTech companies and investors are now moving to Germany. From insurance to crypto-finance and SME lending, Germany’s startup cities are welcoming the new disruptors of finance.
The gaming industry in Germany is enjoying exponential growth, driven by diversification of platforms and new niches, as well as a surge in “middle-youth” players. With investment opportunities opening up across multiple niches, the virtual world offers real returns.