Under the new extension of the INVEST 2.0 programme
, the companies operating in Germany
will benefit from new regulations which will help investors to develop their businesses in a faster manner. The INVEST 2.0
represents a capital fund
addressed to start-up companies registered in Germany
. It is also a part of the German strategy
of creating a start-up centre
in this country, addressed to small and medium sized companies
. Our law firm in Germany
can assist foreign businessmen with more details related to the programmes available for foreign companies.
Investors’ benefits in Germany under the INVEST 2.0
Newly formed companies in Germany
can benefit from many incentives under the INVEST 2.0 programme
. One of the main benefits refers to the value of capital
that can be received through the fund, which increased to EUR 100,000. It is important to know that the local authorities have doubled the funding available for start-up companies in Germany
At the moment, more than 2,700 companies benefited from the funding available through the INVEST 2.0.
Companies involved in research and development (R&D) in Germany have also received incentives from the German authorities, in the sense that the overall value of the field was estimated at EUR 64,2 billion in 2015, which represented an increase of 9,5% compared to 2014.
Those who want to open a company in Germany
in the field of automotive
must know that the sector represents the leading industry
in this country (and also at a European level). Related to this subject, we mention that the German vehicle producers
reshaped their production to accommodate the current needs of the market, which is interested in intelligent vehicles
; our team of lawyers in Germany
can offer more details on the regulations imposed for car companies operating in Germany
Berlin, main start-up hub in Europe
Businessmen who want to open a start-up company in Germany can choose to incorporate their business in Berlin, a city which is seen as the main start-up hub in Europe. The Berlin start-up market is highly influenced by the start-ups incorporated in the digital sector.
Some of the most important effects of a start-up company in Germany refer to the following:
• increasing competition.