Who we are
growME! is an international project agency in Hamburg, Germany. We provide project development services, knowledge transfer and expert consultancy for the bio-economy in emerging and lesser developed countries. We are located at Hamburg airport in Northern Germany. Together with IT and logistic companies we are part of the Hamburg Airport Center Technology Park.
Our young partnership firm was founded on February 24, 2017 and organised under German civil law. To improve your business, we work with a broad network of expertise all around the world. Our young core team consisting of technology, research, policy, sales and implementation specialists is curios to get to know your challenges.
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