Startup Guide Berlin Vol.4

Berlin is changing fast. Fuelled by Brexit, the city has seen a spike in interest in recent years. Although the German capital is still affordable compared to other major cities, rents are undoubtedly rising. Berlin’s makeup is rapidly evolving. Its startup scene is maturing and becoming more attractive to international investors.

That’s why Startup Guide Berlin is back for the fourth time to deliver a fresh dose of info, insights and case studies to empower and inspire entrepreneurs to kick-start their ideas.

Startup Guide Berlin was made in partnership with Silicon Allee and supported by KPMG, Airbus, SAP Next-Gen and Berlin Partner.

On this book:

“It’s not about your ego; it’s about the bigger mission.”

Waldemar Zeiler , einhorn

“Trading often means sharing your time and unique talents with others, and this often results in meaningful connections being made.”

Noel Wigdor , Jaspr Trades

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.


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


All the best incubators and accelerators you should know about.


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


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


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


All that extra information you want to know.

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