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I believe this may mean dot com companies, but can't find anything to back this up.. The sentence says that acquisition of these companies has strengthed thir position in internet technologies markets. I would be gratful if anyone can confirm or otherwise!
Explanation: I'm not sure if you are looking for the German translation of this English term. A start-up company can provide any kind of product or service and doesn't have to be related to the Internet.
Recently translated large document dealing with start-ups.
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Explanation: While many startups (Startup-Unternehmen) may well be dot coms, they don't necessarily have to be Internet related. The following URL: www.startup-initiative.de/ leads you to a startup competetion ("Wettbewerb für Existenzgründer") in all market segments, sponsored by McKinsey, the German Sparkassen, and the magazine Stern, that might be useful.
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The US Small Business Administration's Small Business Startup Kit. ... English Version of Startup Kit - PDF. Spanish Version of Startup Kit - PDF (2.4 Meg Zipped). ... www.sba.gov/starting/indexstartup.html
(Bw) new businesses
– new business starts
(Bw) neu gegründetes Unternehmen n
– Neugründung f
– Jungunternehmen n