Startup Guide Frankfurt

Traditionally known as a global financial center, Frankfurt’s up-and-coming entrepreneurial landscape is becoming a force to be reckoned with.



Best known as the financial centre of Germany, Frankfurt has a lot more to offer than just its banks and corporations. The whole Frankfurt Rhine-Main area is home to one of the liveliest fintech hubs in Europe.


Our Startup Guide Frankfurt book is filled with startups, coworking spaces, programs, schools and investors in the local ecosystem. It also features insightful interviews with founders and experts and gives you all the information you need to get you started in the European financial center.


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Published January 2019

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I want everyone to feel secure enough to ask ‘the stupid questions,’ because often some people see things that others missed for years.
Eric-Jan KrauschAcomodeo
While marketing and product placement are certainly necessary and helpful to the business, it always comes back down to the quality and integrity of your idea and product.
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