GoodsTag voted among “Top 50 start-ups that will change the future of retail”


With the special issue “Digital Commerce 2017,” the start-up magazine Berlin Valley and the leading German retail magazine Der Handel voted GoodsTag as one of 50 start-ups that will shape the future of retail.

The selection was made by a high-caliber jury of investors, founders, retailers, journalists and digitization experts, amongst them Steffi Czerny (Managing Director, DLD), John Gerosa (Director Retail and Performance, Google), Thomas Harms (Managing Partner Consumer Products and Retail, EY), Florian Heinemann (Partner, Project A), and Stefan Wenzel (CEO, Ebay Germany). The magazine was published on August 3, 2017, with a circulation of 120,000 copies.

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