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Maschmeyer and Maersk invest 10 million in Berlin startup (and more investments you need to know)

Fliit Carsten Maschmeyer and the shipping company Maersk are investing 10 million euros in the Berlin-based food logistics company Fliit. The startup, which arranges transport for food and generates a monthly turnover of just under one million euros, was founded in 2016 by Flavio Alari. With the fresh capital Fliit…

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Berlin start-up Honeypot: Xing buys job portal for up to 57 million euros

In 2015, Kaya Taner and Emma Tracey founded the start-up Honeypot in Berlin – around four years later, they took care of it. The careers network Xing takes over Honeypot for initially 22 million euros. Depending on the success, another 35 million will be added after three years. Both founders…

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Want to catch up on what’s hot at FinTech? Come and meet people and computers in Berlin

The Israeli brain conquers Berlin: In two weeks (on December 11 and 12, to be precise), Germany’s capital, the strong economy in Europe, will host two international innovation events led by a group of people and computers: Fintech Junction 2019 – Fourth International Conference on Innovation in Financial Technologies To…

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Investors can now easily file tax and claim refunds

Only eight months ago Taxfix had collected eleven million euros, now investors invest another 27 million euros. As announced by the Berlin Fintech founded by Lino Teuteberg and Mathis Büchi today, the money comes from the existing investors. Among them is Valar Ventures, the investment company of Paypal co-founder Peter…

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Reasons behind the bankruptcy of a successful startup

Nine years after its launch, the once-successful project of the startup scene has gone bankrupt. The operation of the Germany wide nine branches should continue. When the first Kochhaus store opened in Schöneberg in 2010, the walk-in recipe book caused a sensation, as the founders described their concept. There was…

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Green startups, on point: Startup from Berlin saves the rainforest

The mother animal clings high on a left over stump in the almost completely cleared rainforest. Then the orangutan female is shot down, falls dully to the ground. Your baby will die of thirst and starve to death, workers will later kick the dried-up body with their feet. Orangutans are…

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