The Chinese startup Infervision is hoping to transform the healthcare market all over Europe and prove that thinking machines can save lives.
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Two Leipzig-based bike fans and product developers have come up with a revolutionary solution: the Tex-lock. The locks are made of layers of high-tech, heavy-duty textiles.
About You, a fashion startup belonging to the Otto Group, has become Hamburg’s first “unicorn,” the name given to unlisted digital startups valued at more than USD 1 billion.
The Israeli startup “Make my day” has been selected to spend six months at “Die Gläserne Manufaktur,” Volkswagen’s future mobility incubator in Dresden.
Customers of the IKEA store in the Altona district of Hamburg were recently allowed to test the electricity-run bicycle trailer of the Hamburg-based startup Nüwiel.
Germany’s largest startup trade fair, will be held on September 7 in four locations in Berlin’s Mitte district.
From disruptive technologies to game-changing gadgets, more and more startups from around the world are choosing to collaborate with well-established German companies. What makes them so alluring?
The Hamburg-based startup Resourcify GmbH advances digitalization in the recycling and waste-management sectors.
Bahlsen plans to open a branch of US-based food incubator Kitschentown in Berlin.
Due to imbalances in the global flow of goods, an estimated one in three of the millions of containers moved every day is empty. This is what the Hamburg startup xChange wants to change.