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Shell takes over a German startup to grow in the energy market

The oil company Shell continues its commitment in the field of renewable energy. Now the company buys a competitor for Tesla’s Powerwalls from the Allgäu. The Dutch-British energy company Royal Dutch Shell has completely taken over the German home battery manufacturer Sonnen. After Shell had already entered Sun as an…

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BP Ventures working with a Chinese startup to offer advanced mobility

BP Ventures has invested in PowerShare. A leading provider of integrated hardware and software solutions for charging electric vehicles in China. The investment is part of PowerShare’s A-Series Series, led by BP Ventures and backed by DETONG Capital Partners, a leading private equity firm in China. The Chinese startup offers…

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Cologne based food startup showing amazing success among it’s pioneer

The Cologne based food startup Hafervoll is part of the HNC Healthy Nutrition Company. The subsidiary of the food company Krüger has taken over 100 percent of the startup, which produces baked cereal and oat bars. For the purchase price, both companies do not provide information. Since 2013, Hafervoll’s founders…

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Startup 3dvisionlabs is bringing an alternative of security personnel

Whether Diebstal in the supermarket or fall in the living room researchers from Saxony want to bring sensors on the market. The new insights enable and identify problems independently. A future alternative for department store detectives and security personnel The Chemnitz startup 3dvisionlabs is developing sensors that will help to…

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BMW and Daimler created a new mobility startup

So it actually happened. The mobility providers BMW and Daimler today announce the merger of their mobility services. Both companies will invest € 1 billion over the next few years to further expand their existing carsharing, ride-sailing, parking, charging and multi-modality offerings. What services does this joint venture between BMW…

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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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