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.
It is always interesting and inspiring to read stories about foreign investors who have made successful investments in Germany. Read our reports on the best cases.
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.
The results of the 2022 Startup Heat Map are in, and Berlin has again been voted the best place for fledgling businesses in Europe.
Over the past decade, healthtech startups in the Bavarian capital have taken in just under EUR 968 million in financing – that’s according to information compiled by the website Munich Startup in its Data & Insights Dashboard.
Artificial intelligence is shaking up industries throughout Germany, including the insurance market. This is creating opportunities for international entrepreneurs like LeX Tan. His business MotionsCloud uses AI to make claims processing more efficient. Watch our video!
Newly founded venture capital provider Einstein Industries Ventures says it will invest EUR 300 million in promising young German New Space companies. The fund made the announcement at the ongoing ILA Aerospace Trade Fair in Berlin.
Our bimonthly list of some of the biggest funding rounds for German start-ups features a “super 7” of young companies involved in digitalization, networking, automotive subscription services and renewable energy.
The fourth edition of High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF – High Tech Founders Fund) has concluded its first closing with a pledged volume of EUR 420 million.
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!
Germany’s Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, led by Minister Robert Habeck, wants to do more to support start-ups in the country. According to reports in a variety of leading German newspapers, the ministry has submitted a 28-page proposal for reforms to the other parts of the German government.