Today in Germany: Dropbox, Keller Sports, Spotted

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Dropbox opens an office in Hamburg

Twitter and Facebook are not the only ones with offices in Hamburg. Hootsuite also just joined the club last week and now Dropbox opens its first office there. After Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam and London, it’s Dropbox’s fifth European office. The company also plans to open a data centre in Europe later this year.
[businesscloudnews]

Keller Sports takes a €5 million loan from Commerzbank

Munich-based sports article trader Keller Sports takes a so-called borrowing base loan from Commerzbank. The startup was founded by the brothers Moritz and Jakob Keller in 2005 and sells high-end sports equipment. Now the shop is available in seven languages and operates in 32 countries. Three times in a row Scout24 co-founder Christan Mangstl invested. The new investment will be used to open an offline store in Munich to focus on brand and customer experience.
[Gründerszene] (German)

Spotted: Horizn Studio, Laptopfox, Conceptboard

A suitcase that can charge your phone, a laptop recommendation service, and a kind of Google Docs for visual projects. Get the details in today’s Spotted.
[TheHeureka]

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