Swiss software pioneer Netcetera came to Berlin.
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The group is now investing some EUR 300 million to build a high-tech new home in Jena for the roughly 2,100 employees of its Jena-based subsidiaries.
Germany’s KfW state-owned development bank launched a new wholly owned subsidiary at the end of last year to enhance the venture capital (VC) and venture debt (VD) funding landscape in Germany and Europe and to thereby make it easier for such companies to gain access to capital during the crucial expansion phase.
Infineon Technologies, Germany’s largest chip maker, announced that it was strengthening its long-term collaboration with Denso to bolster its automotive business.
Ping An invested EUR 40 million in the Berlin-based company finleap.
The Russian discounter Torgservis reportedly plans to open more than 100 stores in Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia.
In 1954, John Deere became the first American company to acquire a German one when it bought the tractor pioneer Heinrich Lanz in Mannheim, where 3,000 employees continue to build mid-size tractors for the global market.