Poltergeist.chat acquired by leading cosmetic company Half a million registered users, up to 8 million messages per month and an innovative business model that already convinced marketleader like Apple or Nike as a customer.
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As part of a research project, thyssenkrupp Elevator is testing a TeleRetail delivery robot to make elevator maintenance in cities quicker and more efficient
Just 6 months after successfully completing the STEP USA – Silicon Valley program, the Offenburg-based startup SevenIT GmbH raises a Series A round.
MyPostcard’s winning pitch stands out from 16 pitches and impresses 20 judges from venture capital investment companies
Poltergeist.chat launched the first native emoji campaigns with two of the world’s leading lifestyle brands!
We have great news: Kisi has been selected as one of the top 20 most promising identity governance and administration solution providers by technology magazine CIOReview
Tickaroo, is cutting edge live content technology, which you can use to report on news, sports or events. From writing to organising to sharing, it’s all live. Naomi Owusu joined our September ’17 program in New York to figure out their #NextSTEP.
BORN2GROW unterstützt Biotech-Start-up Venneos bei weiterem Wachstum Das Start-up entwickelt und vermarktet erfolgreich den CAN-Q, ein Siliziumchip-basiertes Imaging System für die Analyse biologischer Zellen.
In June, 12 High-tech and IT start-ups from NRW were lucky enough to travel to New York City with the STEP NYC program of the German American Chamber of Commerce in New York City (GACCNY) and the IHKs from NRW, to learn about the local start-up ecosystem. The aim of the start-ups, which were able
A year of milestones: LeanIX looks back on successful nine months in 2017 New office on the US East Coast Successful series B financing round with Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Participant of the new Microsoft Accelerator program Bonn, September 18th – LeanIX, an IT startup from Bonn (Germany), is continuing its success story.
MoBerries, a Berlin, Germany-based AI-driven HR network startup, raised €1.8M in funding. Backers included 42CAP, High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF), Littlerock and several angel investors