In recent years, Berlin has become one of the world’s most important startup capitals and is now arguably on par with major hubs like London and New York.
Paperback Vol.3 + Digital 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 across the globe, rent rates are undoubtedly rising. Still, Berlin’s makeup is rapidly evolving and 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 Vol. 3 & 4 are filled with city-focused tips, startups, coworking spaces, programs and interviews with founders as well as experts. It gives you all the information you need to get you started in the German city.
*As part of our partnership with One Tree Planted, the purchase of the paperback copy of this guidebook (or any of our other guidebooks) contributes toward the planting of a tree.
Note: The paperback of Berlin Vol.4 is out of stock. Hence, when you purchase a paperback version of Berlin Vol.3 you automatically receive the digital version of Berlin Vol.4 in your inbox.
Berlin Vol. 3 was published in March 2017.
Berlin Vol. 4 was published in June 2018.
Leadership in Systemic Activism - why it's worth keeping an eye out on this 1-Year Programme by Kaospilot+ Berlin
This conversation with Sissel Hansen, Co-Founder of Startup Guide and Kaospilot+ Berlin, gives exciting insights into the new educational program starting in September 2022
The right environment for change: Impact Hub Berlin is transforming impact entrepreneurship, one ecosystem at a time
Since 2013, the Berlin location of Impact Hub has been supporting startups and solo entrepreneurs devoted to environmental and social sustainability. Now its beginning a new chapter by focusing its resources on four impact areas, or “ecosystems”: circular economy, sustainable food, diversity and inclusion, and green tech.
Coworking with an impact: How Impact Hub Berlin built Europe’s largest sustainable coworking space
In a long-neglected brewery complex in the midst of Berlin’s rapidly gentrifying Neukölln neighborhood, a new kind of coworking space has taken shape: a place that’s constructed from upcycled and sustainable materials, and built to adapt to meet its community’s changing needs. Part of the global Impact Hub network, its 3,500 m2 are home to offices, workshop rooms and maker labs, within which impact-driven startups and solo entrepreneurs have the resources to address the social and environmental issues of today and tomorrow. We spoke to Impact Hub Berlin cofounder Leon Reiner about the challenges of building the new space, his company’s plans for it, and the purpose he hopes it will serve within Berlin and the world at large.