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  1. International Entrepreneurship Culture
 in Berlin
  2. OR: 
 WHY BERLIN?
  3. ESMT | Why ESMT? ➡ESMT is young, international and ambitious 
 – as every start-up! But it has already a great reputation not only amongst corporates. Founded: 2002 by 25 leading German corporations and institutions Institutional type: State-accredited private business school
 Opened 2006 by Chancellor Angela Merkel Endowment: 137.6 million EUR (as of December 2014) Revenue 2014: 27.6 million EUR (2013: 15.7 million EUR) Faculty: 32 faculty members from 18 nations; more than 40 visiting faculty members Alumni: More than 7,000 registered in the Alumni Network (as of July 2012) Students: >80% international students Aspiration 2020: One of the top five business schools in Europe Berlin, Schlossplatz 1 Schloss Gracht ESMT. The business school founded by business.
  4. Benjamin who? made in germany born in 1981 invested in 15+ companies, work experience since 1996 #internet #mobile #solar
  5. Anno 2002
  6. FIRST OF ALL: 
 WHY
 GERMANY?
  7. Political stability
  8. Economic stability
  9. Economic stabilityLeading in Infrastructure
  10. http://www.research-in-germany.de/en/research-landscape/research-organisations/universities.html 2.6m students 11,5% international
  11. makes up more than half of Germany’s economic output.
  12. Source: Fortune "Global Top 500" About 90% of the 1.500 German world market leaders are active in the B2B segment B2B LIKE A BOSS
  13. FACTS: ➡ Europe is a underestimated startup hub ➡ it is “100% organic and home- grown” ➡ It constantly grew over the past 10 years, despite global financial crisis and rising unemployment ➡ During the same duration, the U.S. created 39 vs. 30 >$1bn tech companies

  14. OR: 
 WHY BERLIN?
  15. Started in Berlin … and many more
  16. Anno 1945
  17. 2001: Silicon Chaussee?(!)
  18. Anno 1848
  19. Anno 2013 55% 45% 80% 3/4 +40.000 p.a.
  20. Unemployment 19% Mid- 
 2000Ês 11% 2014
  21. Now:3,4m 2030: 3,9m http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einwohnerentwicklung_von_Berlin
  22. 1 Turkey 2 Poland 3 Italy 4 Bulgaria 5 Russia 6 Serbia 7 France 8 USA 9 Vietnam 10 Spain 11 UK 12 Rumania 13 Greece 14 Bosnia & Herzegovina 15 Croatia 16 Austria 17 Ukraine 18 China 19 Libanon 20 Netherlands Truly international: 13,5%
  23. 60%+ non-denominational
  24. Equal # Catholics & Muslims http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einwohnerentwicklung_von_Berlin =
  25. 20.000+ and 400 every year
  26. “Berlin is well on its way to becoming one of the most vibrant startup hubs in the world.” - Jawed Karim (Co-Founder YouTube)
  27. 2014 VC funding: 
 $1.1B+ +140% YoY
  28. 2 IPOs: 15B+ Market Cap 24 relevant exits
  29. Strong B2B Focus
  30. # of Startups
 +50% since 2008
  31. Office Rent in 2009 = 5,8x = 3,9x = 2,3x = 1,9x
  32. Office Rent in 2014 Germany, Berlin EUR/sq.m/mth 22.00
  33. Global VCs invest
  34. Page 1 of 6,336 results for “berlin startup”
  35. http://berlinstartupmap.com/
  36. www.berlin.startupsafary.com
  37. Median Age Advanced* 
 Berlin Startups: 4.5 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
  38. Median Age 
 London Startups: 8 years
  39. Median Age 
 Stockholm Startups: 7 years
  40. Median Age 
 Rest-Of-Europe Startups: 7 years
  41. Companies older than 5 years:
 Berlin behind other eco-systems
  42. BERLIN - next Silicon Valley?
  43. BERLIN = NEXT BERLIN
  44. TXL … MAYBE
  45. 
 GTEC was founded in January 2015 as a sustainable center to create a new culture of entrepreneurship and corporate innovation, unite relevant player and provide the supporting infrastructure to create the technology world market leaders of tomorrow!
 Founding Partners Initiator & Host:
  46. YOU HAVE TO BE IN IT TO WIN IT
  47. GTEC Open Lectures brings you inspiring, honest talks from impressive, world class entrepreneurial personalities. 
 They have one hour to tell you about what makes them tick and how entrepreneurship has shaped them.
  48. GTEC Lab is a 1200 m2 in the heart of Berlin.
 GTEC welcomes tech-entrepreneurs – from student to corporate entrepreneur, from first-time founder to investors – to join our programs, events, talks, workshops and to work side by side.
  49. GTEC Startup Academy is Berlin’s boutique, independent Startup Program. In a 3-month, 2 day/week format - involving 60+ of Berlin’s most experienced CEOs and investors, the Startup Academy helps to turn an idea into a startup or to bring entrepreneurial drive to your enterprise. apply now: cr@gtec.berlin
  50. www.gtec.berlin
  51. Benjamin Rohé
 br@gtec.berlin
 mobile: +49 173 9751021


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