• Smart City: German government funding "Digital Twins" project

    EUR 32 million for cross-city project with Munich and Leipzig - interactive 3D model of Hamburg planned
  • Otto Group driving digitalisation forward

    Dr. Hanna Huber, Group Vice President Technology Strategy and Governance at Otto talks to Hamburg News about the race for technology, artificial intelligence and digital lunches
  • Six trends to determine future of trade

    Trend researcher Technical Distancing & Co outlines key trends
  • Gruner + Jahr sets up new food studio with Hamburg Startup

    The Hamburg-based publishing house Gruner + Jahr (G+J), renowned as one of Europe’s leading food publishers, has, along with the Hanseatic Food Content Startup Foodboom, launched Blueberry Food Studios GmbH, based in Hamburg-Rothenburgsort. Culinary productions will in future be made for motion...

  • Apply now for the Hamburg Open Science Award

    Hamburg Open Science Award promoting transparency in science - October 18th deadline for applications
  • Video Series: "Future Hamburg Talk" meets Tomislav Karajica

    Next big "Hamburg thing": Entrepreneur, investor and main shareholder of Hamburg Towers, Tomislav Karajica, tells Hamburg News about his latest plans.
  • Funding programmes provide boost to scientific innovation

    The “Science Scout” project supported by Hamburg’s Science, Research, Equality and Districts Authority (BWFGB) is bundling innovative research projects from Hamburg’s universities on a new online platform and opening it up to the public. Interested parties from business, society and culture will in...

  • 30 Hanseatic firms present at Munich's Expo Real

    The "Expo Real Hybrid Summit - The Hybrid Conference for Real Estate and Investments" gets underway in Munich from October 14-15, 2020 as a virtual and on-site fair. All eyes will be on the property sector as it strives to do business and forge  new contacts despite corona. Around 30 Hamburg-based...

  • Otto announces plans to become platform and payment company

    The Hamburg-based Otto GmbH & Co KG has announced plans to become a connected company, according to a press release issued on Tuesday (September 1, 2020). The e-commerce company plans to merge stationary and offline trading and go from online retailer to platform. Otto also plans to set up its own...

  • Video Series: "Future Hamburg Talk" meets Maren Freyberg

    Managing Director of Cribb, a personnel consultancy specialising in digital executives, reveals how companies find and keep the best executives