Startup Guide is returning to Berlin for the fourth edition of its handbook for entrepreneurs. Packed with new inspiration, updated how-tos and top tips for starting up, the series will put a spotlight on local entrepreneur stories, expert interviews, co-working spaces and city essentials. It’s for anyone interested in building a startup in the German capital.
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 founder and CEO Sissel Hansen says, “Berlin is more attractive than ever after Brexit. Since we launched our first book here in 2014, the startup scene has become much more mature. Companies have exited and people have returned to the ecosystem to reinvest. Talent from abroad continues to pour in and it’s still relatively affordable to live and work here. Berlin has become the innovation hub of Germany. We’re delighted to be back to delve into the startup scene during such an exciting time.”
Everyone can contribute to the book by nominating the startups, incubators and founders they want to see in it. The nominations will be open March 2-15, 2018 at
The Startup Guide has partnered up with Silicon Allee, who will be the main project facilitator and supporter. The project will be sponsored by Airbus and KPMG.
The book is set to be released in Summer 2018.