A special fund committed to increasing the number of women within Berlin’s start-up scene. That’s the idea of 43-year-old Israeli investor Mali Baum from Tel Aviv.
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Bremen has become a hotspot for 3-D printing, and one of its brightest lights is Materialise NV from Belgium.
Visionex Germany…that’s the name of the new German subsidiary of Turkish software company Vizyoneks Bilgi Teknolojileri.
Europe’s largest facility for producing industrial hydrocarbon resin opened in August 2019 in the western German town of Castrop-Rauxel.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is investing 12 million euros in up-and-coming Munich company Fazua.
Project financing incentives are available to all investors and are provided by the German government, the federal states, and the E.U. to support business growth. Germany Trade & Invest advises large companies (turnover €50m+) and SMEs.
Berlin fintech start-up Myos has raised 10 million euros in investment money. Myos specializes in providing retail merchants with working capital to keep deliveries flowing, expand their assortment of products and grow more quickly.
No one can accuse Hamburg’s Blockchance Ventures of not thinking big. “We provide everything entrepreneurs need to build the next unicorn,” promises this combination of venture capital fund, incubator, fundraiser, PR agency and co-working space provider. And its services are specifically targeted at blockchain start-ups.
Stefan di Bitonto, expert for the automotive industry at Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) talks about TESLA in Germany.
British market research company Euromonitor has opened its first-ever office in Germany.