If you are like me, you are sitting at home pondering which German city produces the most innovative start-ups these days. Well, according to the Wall Street Journal, Berlin is the money play.
My (theoretical) money was on Frankfurt, but that one was not even mentioned in the article.
Either way, it is encouraging to hear that European Venture Capital firms are excited about anything on the Continent these days. With the debt crisis dominating the headlines, its good to see there are still people out there willing to take a chance and make things happen.
Good luck to Earlybird Venture Capital and Ciaran O’Leary (yes, he really is German).
- Bank Plays Vital Role for Berlin Start-Ups (blogs.wsj.com)
- Berlin’s 30-Second Start-Up Pitches (blogs.wsj.com)
- Looking for a Missing Piece in Berlin’s Start-Up Scene (blogs.wsj.com)
- Google to Open Building for London Start-Ups – Wall Street Journal (blogs.wsj.com)
- Berlin’s Tech Scene Offers Hope to Economy (nytimes.com)