Startup Guide Munich

Famous for its beers and highbrow art Munich has a reputation for being the more traditional part of Germany. But the city is also home to the headquarters of big innovative companies like Siemens AG and has recently attracted significant units of IBM and Google. Leveraged by the strong university backbone it keeps growing as a major hub for tech, engineering and automotive innovation.

Packed with inspiration, how-to’s, local case studies and tips for starting up, the popular series will create an indispensable guide to anyone interested in starting up in Munich.

On this book:

“Experience can make you more aware. If you don't know what you can do wrong, you are more fearless in your decisions.”

Bastian Nominacher , Celonis SE

“I learned that if you look at it realistically and ask what could happen, it's usually bad. It's more the fear itself that's on your mind, and that makes you not do things.”

Delia Fischer , Westwing

Table of contents

City essentials

Everything you need to know about the city before you come or before you start a company.

Data overview

The top data on the city’s current ecosystem and ranking.

Startups

The hottest and most interesting startups in a broad range of industries. Get to know them.

Programs

All the best incubators and accelerators you should know about.

Spaces

The top spaces to work from and meet creatives and entrepreneurs in your city.

Experts

Essential advice from the local professionals and mentors in their field of expertise.

Founders

Insightful interviews with some of the most experienced and inspiring local founders.

Directory

All that extra information you want to know.

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