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Startups in Berlin100,000 new jobs expected by 2020

cityBlog 2 years ago

The high rate of new job creation makes the Berlin startup scene highly accessible with a job created every 20 minutes. The lower cost of living and renting office space also aid the scene, giving more financial wiggle room and breeding an atmosphere of risk taking and a ‘give it a go’ mentality.

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Startups in London

cityBlog 2 years ago

London is generally considered as the largest startup scene in Europe with over 2,000 start ups, 300 accelerators and almost 50,000 workers employed in the scene. Silicon Roundabout, ‘Tech City’ in East London is the centre of the scene and it has been actively promoted by David Cameron and the British government who believe Tech City could soon rival Silicon Valley.

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Startups in Dublin

cityBlog 2 years ago

Dublin is the home to several international headquarters of major tech companies from Facebook to Microsoft, laying the foundations for a successful tech scene. It is also home to several top academic institutions, producing well trained and innovative graduates to feed into the startup ecosystem, which has already developed into a friendly, well connected and welcoming environment, where people take as they need and give as they can, perhaps an evolution of the traditional Irish community spirit.

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Startups in Warsaw

cityBlog 2 years ago

Warsaw surprisingly has become a critical player in the european startup ecosystem in the last years, competing with Krakow for the top spot in Polish startup cities.

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