Home to established business giants, Munich may be traditional but its startup scene just keeps growing and growing.
Paperback Vol.2 + Digital Vol.2
Famous for its beers and highbrow art, Munich has a reputation for being one of the more traditional cities in Germany. But the Bavarian capital is also home to the headquarters of big innovative companies such as Siemens, IBM and Google. Leveraged by its strong university backbone, the city only keeps growing as a major hub for tech, engineering and automotive innovation.
Filled with case studies, expert advice, insights, interviews, workspaces, and useful local tid-bits, our Startup Guide Munich book is essential reading for anyone interested in starting a business – whether you’re new to the city, new to the startup scene, or a seasoned business veteran looking to start again.
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Published June 2019
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