As an industrial powerhouse, Bavaria offers the burgeoning tech scene optimum conditions for growth. Let’s find out why so many global companies have decided to set up a business here in 2022 and why the opportunity to cross innovate is the real draw of the region.
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For the second year in a row, Berlin has been voted as the startup capital. Traditional company Mercedes Benz opened its Mercedes-Benz Digital Factory Campus in 2022, and with the AMBER brand, regional competencies and the transparency of the synergy potential between 3D printing actors and industry will be bundled.
The start-up SparePartsNow from the western German city of Aachen aims to make procurement of essential components cheaper and more efficient by cutting out intermediaries and providing manufacturers with a user-friendly B2B Internet platform.
Setting up shop in Germany has never been easier thanks to recent technological improvements. Germany Trade & Invest expert Christina Schön walks us through the new possibilities.
Reetu Kainulainen laid the foundation for the virtual agent platform Ultimate at a hackathon in Helsinki in 2016.
Throughout 2022, this website featured more than 300 articles and videos about Germany as a business and high-tech location. Below is a list so that you can catch up on anything you might have missed.
Venture capital investments may have cooled off in many places around the world, including Germany. But a sextet of young firms defied gravity and sealed lucrative deals – here’s our bimonthly round-up.
Shanghai-based AutoFlight is opening its European headquarters in the Bavarian city of Augsburg. The Chinese start-up combined innovative materials with cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence, automatized flight and 5G.
Octopus Energy – one of the most most innovative young companies in the sector – expanded to Germany and is making waves in Europe’s largest economy. Octopus Energy Germany CEO Andrew Mack tells us about the challenges and rewards of coming to this very lucrative but very specific market. Watch our video!
Cologne-based artificial neural network translation system DeepL has cracked the USD one billion valuation mark.