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Aklamio, IDnow, Usercentrics & Co. – these German startups are expanding their business to the U.S. with German Accelerator Tech

Silicon Valley, New York

Sixty German tech startups had applied to the next round of German Accelerator’s U.S. program – 14 promising young companies from AI, IOT, Platform Technology, Enterprise Software, Fintech, Proptech, Geotech, ECommerce and Digital Health fields will be launching their expansion in New York and Silicon Valley as of January 2019.

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22 Top German Startups Selected to Join the German Accelerator Tech Program

Silicon Valley, New York

22 Top German Startups Selected to Join the German Accelerator Tech Program. Founders, entrepreneurs, investors, and others from the German startup ecosystem gathered for the bi-annual Celebrating Innovation event in Munich. The crowd of over 300 guests was eager to find out which startups would have the opportunity to expand to the U.S. market with the support of German Accelerator Tech.

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German Accelerator Selects 20 Startups for Its Mentoring Program in the U.S.

Silicon Valley, New York

What does it take for German excellence to conquer the U.S. market? Since 2012, the secret formula is called: German Accelerator. Last Thursday, the German Accelerator Tech once again admitted promising German startups to its unique mentoring program. In the presence of the German Minister of Economics and Energy, Brigitte Zypries, 20 young companies were selected to join the class for Summer/Fall 2017.

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Crealytics Raises $9.3 Million in Series C Funding

Silicon Valley, New York

Crealytics, the paid search and Google Shopping optimization technology platform, has announced the closing of $9.3 million in a Series C round. The company took part in German Accelerator’s initial 3-month program in Q3 of 2016 and is currently in the program’s extension.NEW YORK — March 9, 2017 — Paid search and Google Shopping leader Crealytics announced the close of $9.3 million in Series C financing from a group of private investors. Led by Optima, a privately owned investment group, …

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