FMF Member TechQuartier launches H_Ventures, a new startup program for first-time founders in Germany.
CFS survey on “Bitcoin, Ethereum & co. – what does the future hold after the crypto market crash?”
Sentiment in the financial sector has deteriorated further. The CFS Index, which measures the business climate of the German financial sector on a quarterly basis, falls by -4.5 points to 106.6 points in the second quarter of 2022.
At the 15th Financial Centre Day of the WM Group, Hubertus Väth, Managing Director of Frankfurt Main Finance, speaks about the change in the financial industry and the topic of ESG.
Frankfurt am Main, July 14, 2022 – The Financial Centre Initiative Frankfurt Main Finance e. V. (FMF) welcomed six new members in the middle of the year.
Frankfurt has now made it to seventh place in the Economist’s annual city ranking, moving back into the top 10 for the first time since the outbreak of the Corona pandemic – ahead of other major German cities, making Frankfurt the most liveable city in Germany.
A lot has happened in the start-up scene in the Rhine-Main region in recent years. Apart from Biontech, which is probably the most prominent example of success, the region can boast improved framework conditions. However, there is a lack of late-stage financing.
In a new study, the Institute of the German Economy (IW) examined the extent to which the Corona pandemic is changing Germany’s regions. In this article we summarise the most important results with regard to the Rhine-Main region.
On 31 May 2022, the 10th nationwide Diversity Day took place in Germany. On this day, more than 1,000 organisations engaged in more than 3,000 self-organised actions for more diversity in the workplace and sent an important signal against discrimination.
EY’s Startup Barometer shows that Germany is catching up not only in terms of financing rounds, but also in terms of financing volume. Even though the UK is still the frontrunner, high growth rates speak for Germany’s dynamism.