Young people, creative surroundings and a hip vibe - that’s the image startups like to convey. Mathilde Ramadier got a look behind the facade and is now dishing up the dirt. It turns out startups are rife with hierarchies, low pay and exploitation.
The German engineering giant has unveiled plans to build a huge innovation campus in Berlin, harking back to its early days in the German capital and aiming to rival Silicon Valley in the United States.
This year, venture capital investments in start-ups across eurozone member Spain could almost double. And despite lower wages, even German entrepreneurs are being lured to Madrid with hopes of a new future.
Curious about entrepreneurship made in Germany? Here's a look at the state of the German startup ecosystem — from funding opportunities, to obstacles founders are facing and the country's hottest startup hubs.
From "poor, but sexy" to "just sexy," Berlin is an attractive place for startups. The city has been happy to oblige, but Berlin's reputation for rapid growth may be outpacing the infrastructure required to maintain it.
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