Referred to by some as the “Silicon Valley of the Mediterranean,” Valencia is set to compete with other European startup hubs such as London and Berlin.
In addition to the city’s big pool of tech talent and relatively low rent rates, what many people don’t know is that Valencia is home to a rather robust network of accelerators, incubators, coworking spaces, universities and business angels ready to support early stage entrepreneurs.
Our Startup Guide Valencia book is 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 Spanish city.
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Published November 2018
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