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Tuesday, 13.06.2017 by Maria Pennanen
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Frankfurt is aiming to win a place as a startups hub in Germany and as a Fintech hub in Europe. Startups are often seen as the disruptors of businesses. The fear is that the use of modern technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data, will make most of the repetitive tasks automated and the people doing them today redundant. On the brighter side the new technologies enable companies find new business models and markets. Big corporates are starting to see the necessity to engage with startups and there are strong reasons why SMEs should do the same.

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Great meeting one of Accelerator Frankfurt GmbH alumni the #mobility startup Smartmile and its founders Aku Happo @FrankvanOsNL and Steffen Luippold. They have shown that with hard work you can succees and partner with great companies such as Lidl in Germ…https://t.co/aZQ9WcvCT0

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