Political and business leaders have hailed Elon Musk’s announcement that EV giant Tesla will build its European plant just outside Berlin.
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The western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia is welcoming not one, not two, but three Chinese technology companies: OPPO, VIVO und Xiaomi. With that trio and Huawei, the capital Düsseldorf has landed four of the six largest smart phone producers in the world.
Fledgling German companies took in a new annual high of 6.2 billion euros in 2019.
The mix of economic potential and high quality of life makes Hamburg the powerful heart of northern Europe.
The city of Schwerin is getting an injection of new business: Swiss medical company Ypsomed has opened a new production facility in the northern German town.
Hamburg start-up Wunder Mobility has received 30 million dollars in Series B financing and thereby doubled its capital. The new funds come from venture capitalist Blumberg Capital and KCK.
Asian companies, particularly from Japan, led the way among foreign firms setting up shop in the western German state in 2019.
3D printing, new working environments, biotechnology – Bremen was characterized by innovative investments in 2019.
US company ThoughtSpot, a leading provider of search- and AI-based analyses for businesses, has established its headquarters for German-speaking Europe in Duisburg’s downtown port district.
Doctolib – a French company that expanded to Berlin in 2016 – has raised €150 million in a second round of funding and is now a unicorn with an estimated value of more than €1 billion.