Most prominent German startups

StartUp City | Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Here are some of the German startups that contribute towards making Germany one of the world’s promising startups clusters.

FREMONT, CA: Germany is regarded as one of the world's most promising startup clusters as it is a country known for its economic, sustainability, and efficiency, and its startup scene is thriving. There are so many notable achievements in the country that it's difficult to mention only a few. SoundCloud, Zalando, Flixbus, and HelloFresh are some of the companies that were involved. Furthermore, Germany has its own network of digital hubs, a strong emphasis on cooperation, and access to a wide range of industry leaders and specialists. The future of Germany's startup environment is as lively as Oktoberfest, with an incredible €19.7 billion invested in companies by 2021.

MedKitDoc is a Berlin-based firm that was created in 2020 with the purpose of improving medical care access for the elderly and chronically ill. The firm is building a new form of remote and timely consultations by integrating the MedKitDoc app with a network of certified specialists and their MedKit - the next generation of telemedicine that is easy, smart, and more accessible.

Hive, a Berlin-based firm formed in 2020, is an all-in-one software operations solution that helps businesses manage their D2C brand through fulfillment. Hive has raised €36 million to date in order to democratize access to e-commerce operations and to employ technology to enable D2C brands to operate their businesses on autopilot. Businesses may quickly get up and running by integrating their existing e-commerce stores with Hive’s own warehousing system. Hive manages inventory, orders, and returns from beginning to end, giving everyone peace of mind.

QUIN is another Berlin-based firm that provides consumers with a simple, reasonable, and secure platform for long-term investing. It introduces a new banking model that takes advantage of European Open Banking Regulations. Users only need to link their existing bank account to the platform before they can begin investing. The software asks a series of questions before creating an individual ETF portfolio with just a few touches. QUIN was established in 2020 and has raised €1.1 million to date.

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