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It's 2015: how was it 15 years ago? what brought the Berlin Startup Ecosystem forward? what are the challenges? How do Corporates and Industry Giants interact with Startups? what is needed in the Venture Capital Market and where does the German Government support

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  1. 1. Berlin State Of Mind
  2. 2. OR: 
 WHY BERLIN?
  3. 3. 2001: Silicon Chaussee?(!)
  4. 4. Anno 2002
  5. 5. Anno 1848
  6. 6. Anno 2013 55% 45% 80% 3/4 +40.000 p.a.
  7. 7. Unemployment 19% Mid- 
 2000Ês 11% 2014 62.000+ new jobs 
 by start-ups
 (or 3.4% of current jobs) BerlinÊs digital companies
 are international. >15%
 the share of foreigners 
 in regular jobs http://www.businesslocationcenter.de/imperia/md/blc/broschueren/content/berlin_digitalwirtschaft_en.pdf
  8. 8. Now:3,5m 2030: 4m+? http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einwohnerentwicklung_von_Berlin
  9. 9. Equal # Catholics & Muslims = http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einwohnerentwicklung_von_Berlin
  10. 10. 60%+ non-denominational
  11. 11. 20.000+ and 400 every year
  12. 12. Strong B2B Focus Deutscher Startup Monitor DSM 2014 + Startup Compass 2014
  13. 13. http://www.businesslocationcenter.de/imperia/md/blc/broschueren/content/berlin_digitalwirtschaft_en.pdf Network effects
  14. 14. Office Rent in 2014 Germany, Berlin EUR/sq.m/mth 22.00 82,75 per sq.m p. month NYC: 3.8x more
 expensive
 (London 8x!) http://www.cushmanwakefield.com/~/media/global-reports/OSATW%202014%20Publication%20updated.pdf
  15. 15. <=> Less is More
  16. 16. “Vorsprung durch exports” ver the past decade Germany had the fastest growth in GDP per person among the G7 club of rich economies; America was in only fifth place Berlin beats Bay Area The IMF forecasts that Germany will also have the fastest growth in GDP per head over the next five years. Germany is the only G7 economy whose share of world exports has not fallen since 2000, despite Chinese competition. http://www.economist.com/node/18061550
  17. 17. Global VCs 
 increasingly invest
  18. 18. Berlin
 agglomeration 4.4m 1.1b USD 250 USD 
 per capita New York
 agglomeration 20m 5b USD ‘ 250 USD 
 per capita $ Thomas Brinkhoff: Major Agglomerations of the World, http://www.citypopulation.de reference date: 2015-07-01) ≈ ≈
  19. 19. http://tech.eu/features/3528/20-biggest-eu-tech-funding-rounds-2014/ still, way 
 to go!
  20. 20. Omnicom acquires Berlin-based 
 digital transformation agency TLGG
 Mission: transform corporations; globally!
  21. 21. Falling Walls Venture is a global forum for science based start- ups, to present their breakthrough business concepts to high profile investors, opinion leaders and a distinguished jury.
  22. 22. Going from…
  23. 23. Median Age Advanced* 
 London Startups: 8 years *startups that raised at least a double digit million round from well known venture funds. data sources crunchbase, quora, press-releases etc. - based on a presentation done by Earlybrid VC in April 2014
  24. 24. Median Age 
 Stockholm Startups: 7 years
  25. 25. Median Age 
 Rest-Of-Europe Startups: 7 years
  26. 26. Median Age Advanced
 Berlin Startups: 4.5 years
  27. 27. 
 Critical ecosystem factors rated for Berlin 
 
 Optimism & Belief („Silicon Valley‰) 3/6 Mentorship + Education (Knowledge) 3/6 Universities + Companies (People) 3/6 Capital, Legal, Finance (Infrastructure) 2/6 Engineering + Design (Product) 3/6 Platforms + Distribution (Customers) 4/6 Payment Systems (Monetization) 5/6 IPO / M&A Market (Exits) 2/6
 * ** * according to Dave McClure, Founder 500startups
 ** by Benjamin Rohé based on market observations
  28. 28. BIG BANGS
 create ecosystems https://pando.com/2013/08/21/pandomaps-four-startup-ecosystems-visualized/
  29. 29. TOP 3
 WHATÊS NEEDED: 
 
 - Growth Funds for 
 20-50m+ investments 
 - More M&A activities 
 by local corporates
 
 - Tax benefits / reduction
 for Angels and LPs
 * *Limited Partners in Venture Capital Funds
  30. 30. BERLIN - next Silicon Valley?
  31. 31. BERLIN = NEXT BERLIN
  32. 32. The entire city
 is a start-up!
  33. 33. Growing the ecosystem
  34. 34. approx 1.30h flight time radius
  35. 35. approx 1.30h flight time radius
  36. 36. 3:40h 1:20h 1:20h 2:00h0:50h 1:30h
  37. 37. Warsaw Prague Zagreb Bucharest Hipsters and High-Tech Start-ups
 
 The Czech capital city of Prague has a thriving tech start-up scene. Met 12 start-ups that are changing the world. All eager to connect
 with Berlin Poland: A promising startup ecosystem with success stories and a few teething problems Five high-growth tech companies are leading the way for a new – and very different – Croatia
  38. 38. Benjamin Rohé
 br@gtec.berlin
 
 #DE +49 173 9751021
 #US +1 202 299 4072
  39. 39. Trends
 TOP 5
  40. 40. Travel
  41. 41. Digital Health
  42. 42. FinTech
  43. 43. Digital Media
  44. 44. Benjamin Rohé
 br@gtec.berlin
 
 #DE +49 173 9751021
 #US +1 202 299 4072

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