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Global Tech Stocks Historic Charts (previous holdings)

For everybody interested in the longterm performance of Global Tech Stocks and for persons considering investments in them, the following list should provide you with an overview about some companies (based on the previous holdings of Bit Capital BIT Global Internet Leaders 30 I – II). Let me know if you have any feedback or comments.

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Global Tech Stocks Historic Charts

For everybody interested in the longterm performance of Global Tech Stocks and for persons considering investments in them, the following list should provide you with an overview about some companies (based on the latest holdings of Bit Capital BIT Global Internet Leaders 30 I – II). Let me know if you have any feedback or comments.

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German startup stock list (incl. Ex-Startups)

For everybody interested in the longterm performance of German startups and for persons considering investments in later stage startups that are stock market listed the following list should provide you with an overview about the market. Let me know if you have any feedback or comments.

The following 37 (Ex-) Startups from Germany, Austria and Switzerland are stock market listed. Check their performance since IPO:
About You, Auto1, BioNTech, BIKE24, Cliq Digital, compleo charging solutions, creditshelf, cyan, Delivery Hero, Elumeo, enapter, Exasol, fashionette, Global Fashion Group, Hellofresh, Holidaycheck Group, home24, HomeToGo, Hypoport, Jumia Technologies, LION E-Mobility, Mister Spex, myhammer, Mynaric, Naga Group, Nagarro, New Work, NFON, PANTAFLIX AG, Scout24, Social Chain, TeamViewer, Trivago (large shareholder Expedia), Westwing, Windeln.de, Zalando, Zooplus.

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Startup Matchmaking at the Hannover Messe 2018

The Hanover Fair in 2018
The partner country of this year’s Hannover Messe was Mexico, which had brought along some startups as well as some exhibitors. Once again this year, the organisers of the fair had created an area specifically for start-ups in the Young Tech Enterprises area in Hall 17. These represented the general trends of this year’s Hannover Messe 2018, such as Industry 4.0, Integrated Energy, Smart Supply, Predictive Maintenance, Cobots, Lightweight Construction and Digital Twin. For this purpose, a start-up matchmaking between the exhibiting companies and start-ups was offered again this year as part of Young Tech Enterprises. Ambi-Vation and the Federal Association of German Startups were able to implement this. In addition, a total of 45 start-ups presented on stage during the 5 days, which was supplemented by several technical presentations and panel discussions.

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Speaker at the 2nd conference on start-up cooperation in Automotive & Mobility

Ambi-Vation on forms of cooperation with startups and their advantages and disadvantages

As part of the presentation on startup cooperation forms at the 2nd conference on start-up cooperations in the automotive & mobility sector, various forms of cooperation will be presented. These collaborations range from a loose exchange of established companies and start-ups, for example events, to a complete takeover of a start-up, including integration into the established company.

The choice of cooperation form depends strongly on the objective of the cooperation and indeed varies according to the maturity level of the two stakeholders. When working together, it is important to do the documentation of the goals of both actors and the associated identification of a win-win. Continue Reading →

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10 examples for cooperation of start-ups and established companies in Germany

cooperation of companies and start-upsPioneering, risk-taking and an informal culture of trying out, failing and getting up again, learning and developing ideas, distinguishes start-ups. Ideal conditions for developing new technologies and launching innovative products on the market. SMEs are particularly benefiting from cooperation with start-ups, as medium-sized companies usually have a lean organization with short decision-making processes and fast response options for market developments. Here are some examples of successful cooperations between established companies and innovative start-ups:

IABG and innosabi – Idealab for digitalization
lightbulb ideasThe Munich-based start-up innosabi helps companies to find the most creative and successful ideas of their employees. The basis for this is a software platform for company-internal idea management in which employees can exchange ideas and upload their ideas. The industrial plant company in Ottobrunn has tested the platform in a beta-test and, above all, highlighted the highly efficient innovation process.

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