Start-ups that were able to grow strongly despite the crisis
Dusseldorf, Berlin They develop software for companies, manage parking lots and equip tanks with artificial intelligence: A new study by the consulting firm Glassdollar shows that some start-ups are doing well despite the mood of the crisis.
The focus is currently on completely different news: well-known and larger start-ups such as e-scooter providers Tier Mobility and herb grower Infarm are making headlines with waves of layoffs. Others, like the fintech Nuri, even have to file for bankruptcy.
But at the same time, very young companies are getting venture capital, hiring employees at breakneck speed and gaining partners. Some are even benefiting directly from the difficult market environment and the aftermath of the war in Ukraine.
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