Throughout 2020, this website featured more than 350 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.
Investors / Success
Business magazine Forbes’ 30 under 30 is one of the more prestigious accolades for young businesspeople. And this year’s Manufacturing and Industry Europe list has a bit of a German flavor.
The Sierra Nevada Corporation chose Saxony for a EUR 400 million investment to build short-haul passenger aircraft.
The start-up scene in Germany, as is the case elsewhere, can be a very male-dominated domain. But Munich entrepreneur Monja Mühling is used to being the only woman at investor conferences.
The 2019 German Online Commerce award for best customer service went to the music supply store Thomann, which sells everything from guitar strings to vocoder synthesizers to 2200-watt PA systems.
The hype around Germany’s tech scene is turning into reality, as the investment data from 2018 shows. With a sharp spike in mega-round investments, an increase in funding from overseas and a new generation of unicorns, the future is looking bright.
Gunjan Bhardwaj chose Germany as the place to launch his advanced search and discovery solution. His company assists the healthcare industry by organizing and analyzing vast amounts of data using artificial intelligence.
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.
British jet engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce is comitted to its eastern German plant in Dahlewitz for the long haul.
The CEO of China Telecom Germany, Mr. Jie He, looks back on five years of supercharged growth at his company’s HQ on the banks of the Main River, Frankfurt.