The two leading German biotech companies producing vaccines against Covid-19 have both reached important milestones.
Why does it pay to come to Germany? What are the USP’s of this location, rated one of the most attractive business environments in the world? Our “Location”-pieces answer these questions.
The German capital isn’t always known for punctuality, but it has beaten a main target for reducing CO2 emissions in terms of both time and quantity.
Germany has rarely been more popular. In the year of coronavirus, people around the world look to the Federal Republic for leadership and stability – as reflected in a number of international 2020 surveys.
The world is waiting anxiously as the first coronavirus vaccines are being approved and tested for approval. But companies responsible for the logistics of getting those vaccines to people, once they are admitted for use, are already springing into action.
The international “enera” project in Germany’s windy northwest is helping make wind power more reliable by supplying new electric batteries to stabilize the grid.
The name van Laack is known throughout Germany as a producer of bespoke business apparel and fashion, but the venerable firm has found a lucrative and rather more populist market during the corona virus pandemic: face masks.
Amidst the coronavirus crisis, record numbers of people in Germany are now working remotely, and indications are that this will be a long-term trend in the country.
To get good results you need good strategy, both in business and sports. That was what led Hyunwook Kang to move his artificial-intelligence-based soccer analysis platform bepro11 from Seoul to Hamburg in 2017.
One sector in Germany that is profiting from the restrictions associated with the coronavirus pandemic is electronics.
According to Germany’s leading digital business advocacy organization, bitkom, German firms are increasingly erasing their paper trails and implementing digital options.