The unicorns just keep coming and coming in Germany in the first month of 2021, as Munich personnel software start-up Personio has also broken through the USD one billion mark in value.
Last year saw some 25 percent more solar panels mounted on German rooftops than in 2019 – that’s according to the German Solar Industry Association (BSW).
Berlin logistics start-up Sennder has cracked the USD one billion in value mark. The news, as reported by business newspaper Handelsblatt, came after the company concluded a USD 160 million round of financing.
Professional services network Ernst and Young (EY) says the number of financing rounds for fledgling companies in Germany reached an all-time high of 743 in 2020 despite the economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. That was an increase of six percent.
The German government sees hydrogen technology as the key to the country’s clean energy future. It’s investing billions of euros in the sector. Germany aims to become the “world number one” in clean hydrogen energy technology – with the government investing €9bn. Our new video looks at how international businesses can get involved in German environmental H2.
Germany’s Ministry of Education and Research has announced it will be investing EUR 700 million in three major green hydrogen projects. The funds will be allocated by 2025.
Japanese, Polish, Norwegian and French investments in the North of Germany.
Are they bicycles? Are they automobiles? The answer: a bit of both.
Thuringia stands out as a blockbuster investment location in Europe’s heartland, even in years as turbulent as 2020.
Due to the complex effects of the Corona crisis, Hamburg Invest’s international relocation business has changed significantly. However, despite all difficulties, the following companies – beside others – were able to settle in Hamburg in 2020.