The 10th Edition of the TATA Social Enterprise Challenge pulled its curtains in style with the Social Entrepreneurship Summit held in the IIM Calcutta campus on July 2, 2022. Apart from declaring the winners of TSEC 2021-22, the SE Summit also continued with the...
In the last 10 years, the German economy has grown significantly and with it the German startup sector. At the same time, Germany is becoming one of the oldest societies in Europe, which contributes significantly to a shortage of qualified professionals. To address...
Lower Saxony is located in the central northwest of Germany and is geographically the second largest state in Germany. The most important hotspots in Lower Saxony are located in the metropolitan areas around the state capital Hannover and Braunschweig-Wolfsburg. Even...
The Southern Upper Rhine and High Rhine region is located in the immediate vicinity of France and Switzerland and is part of the Upper Rhine Trinational Metropolitan Region. The region is located in Baden-Württemberg, one of Germany’s 16 federal states. The...
In recent years, an independent ecosystem with almost 200 startups has developed in the western part of Brandenburg, the federal state that surrounds Berlin. Particularly noteworthy is the high level of startup activity in Potsdam, which is located just a few...
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