Reports Quite modern More and more start-ups are competing with lawyers when it comes to simple legal services. Providers like Flightright are having great success with this. But some business models are also controversial.
Reports Despite criticism: draft law on employee participation likely to remain as planned Finance Minister Olaf Scholz's fund location law continues to be harshly criticized. Now the federal government is defending itself. No changes are planned for the time being.
Reports I don't want to go to Berlin Berlin is Germany's fintech capital. But some founders deliberately choose not to locate there. Jamal El Mallouki is one of them. Why?
Reports The call centre next door The Leipzig-based start-up colpari wants to use its platform to make the call center world more accessible to other young entrepreneurs, thanks to better pay for employees and personal service. But venture capitalists...
Reports After purchase ban: Trade Republic reaps shitstorm On Thursday, the broker app from Berlin temporarily blocked heavily traded stocks such as Gamestop and Blackberry. After heavy criticism, there has now been a turnaround.
Reports A little sport must be Start-ups from the digital fitness industry are among the few beneficiaries of the Corona crisis. Is this just a short flight of fancy or can they even make gyms obsolete in the long run?
Reports How a start-up wants to digitise learning Sofatutor has been offering learning videos for almost 13 years. But never before have so many watched them as in the Corona year. Can the trend continue in the long term?
Reports What's in store for start-ups in 2021 New support from the government, some changes in the law and possible top IPOs are on the horizon: The new year brings changes that should interest most founders. The year 2020 was dominated by one theme: Corona,...
Reports Big deals and new start-up stars 2020 was a special year for many startups - and not just because of Corona. A short review of the year.
Reports Furniture start-ups experience a record year Start-ups in the furniture industry had some of the best months in their history in 2020. They hope that the business model will survive the pandemic.