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Berlin to go, english edition, 02/2016

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STARTUP SOUNDING OUT

STARTUP SOUNDING OUT MARKET OPPORTUNITIES Start Alliance Berlin is bringing the startup cities of the world closer together while creating new networks Berlin, Tel Aviv, New York, Paris, Los Angeles and Shanghai – what do these cities have in common? A whole lot, but for the startup exchange program Start Alliance Berlin, an initiative by Berlin Partner for Business and Technology, it’s their startup spirit and their strong interest in fresh ideas that set them apart. Berlin entrepreneurs can now pack their bags and swap their work desk for a free coworking space in one of five cities, while Berlin becomes a temporary workplace for startups from other partner cities. The program is currently underway with Tel Aviv, Shanghai and New York, with Berlin’s Governing Mayor Michael Müller as honorary patron. Paris and Los Angeles are still in the preparation phase. Those who manage to gain one of the coveted places get a free coworking space for up to four weeks in a different partner city and are networked within the local ecosystem, giving participants the opportunity to meet potential investors or cooperation partners from within the established industry. Startups considering expansion into foreign markets can size up their plans on location. Jeremie Brabet-Adonajlo, founder of Pzartech, won the first free, 10-day stay in Berlin with a pitch in Tel Aviv last October. At Betabreakfast on a Thursday in April, he presented his 3D printing service to industrial companies. “Germany is an important reference for me as a land of industry. Berlin has emerged as a door opener – in the last few days I’ve been able to speak about innovations with many representatives of large German industrial companies.” During his time in Berlin, Brabet-Adonajlo had conversations with Rolls-Royce, Deutsche Bahn, Daimler and SAP. cb Those who would like to apply to the exchange program can find more information at www.berlin-partner.de/gointernational. From New York to Berlin The first ticket for the startup exchange between Berlin and New York City has been awarded. At the beginning of May, the New York founders of OdemGlobal, a planning tool for marketing activities, won over the audience at a pitch event in WeWork’s coworking space in New York. “We’re thrilled to travel to Berlin as the program’s first startup so we can size up our market opportunities there,” says Frank O’Brien of OdemGlobal. In addition to a free coworking space, the entrepreneurs with the winning pitch receive airline tickets and Berlin hotel rooms for two people for ten days. The event was co-organized by Berlin Partner for Business and Technology and the Metro Group. Photos: iStock.com / alvarez, Berlin Partner 24 BERLIN TO GO

STARTUP COWORKING SPACES IN BERLIN betahaus www.betahaus.de Prinzessinnenstraße 19–20 . 10969 Berlin In April 2009, six entrepreneurs started betahaus in Berlin, which is among the first and best-known coworking spaces in the city. betahaus began with 400 m 2 of space; its Berlin location now has 2,500 m 2 and more than 350 permanent members, and the numbers are only rising. Notable startups that were born in the coworking space include Coffee Circle, Ezeep, GoEuro and Clue. WeWork www.wework.com/locations/berlin Potsdamer Platz – Kemperplatz 1 . 10785 Berlin Neue Schönhauser Straße 3–5 . 10178 Berlin The coworking chain from the US – with various locations throughout Europe, Asia and North America – provides workplaces in Berlin’s most exciting spots: in Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz and soon on Neue Schönhauser Straße, near Hackescher Markt. WeWork offers mobile workplaces, individual desks and private offices, as well as a We Membership that allows access to events and to the We Community. Mindspace www.mindspace.me/berlin Friedrichstraße 68 . 10115 Berlin In March of this year, Mindspace, an Israeli company, opened new coworking offices on Friedrichstraße, where innovation and entrepreneurship converge on 5,000 m 2 at one of Berlin’s most exclusive locations: The Q. Teams of any size can find a home at Mindspace, be they freelancers, young startups or small companies. Stylish conference rooms, top-notch office equipment and expansive service contribute to making Mindspace a coworking environment where ideas ripen and are followed by success. Factory Berlin www.factoryberlin.com Rheinsberger Straße 76–77 . 10115 Berlin Founded in 2011, Factory Berlin is a community centered on innovation. Factory offers office space, services and attractive partnerships to startups and established firms while operating the first and largest startup campus in Berlin-Mitte. Young companies and experts from large companies or medium-sized firms converge here for various events on over 16,000 m 2 . Even Twitter is based in the Factory. Rainmaking Loft www.rainmakingloft.de Charlottenstraße 2 . 10969 Berlin Rainmaking Loft, the coworking space for tech startups, is an international startup incubator run by entrepreneurs and investors with the goal of supporting and promoting the local startup community. Rainmaking Loft is home to a vibrant coworking and event space, the accelerator program called Startupbootcamp Berlin and the stylish bar for the 20-something set, Le Labo. Ahoy! Berlin www.ahoyberlin.com Wattstraße 11 . 13355 Berlin Alongside the more traditional business incubator, BIG, Technologie-Park Humboldthain on Wattstraße also plays host to Ahoy! Berlin. The fashionable 3,000 m 2 coworking space is home to entrepreneurs, startups and freelancers, creating an ideal location for working, collaborating and exchanging ideas. Ahoy! Berlin offers fully furnished workspaces, quiet offices and event rooms, all of which can be rented under flexible conditions – a good environment for hard work in a creative atmosphere. mp | 06-16 MPB Anzeige Berlin to go.qxp_Layout 1 06.06.16 15:09 Seite 2 Anzeige BERLIN HUMBOLDTMÜHLE Recovery and a total sense of well-being The clinic Medical Park Berlin Humboldtmühle specializes in the fields of Neurology, Orthopaedics and Internal Medicine/Cardiology. State-of-the-art facilities and medico-therapeutic technologies and facilities perfectly blend in and harmonize with a sophisticated ambiance and first-class service. Our clinical centre is characterized by interdisciplinary cooperation, ensuring patient-oriented diagnostic, therapeutic and nursing care services in rehabilitation and post-hospital curative treatment. Medical Park Berlin Humboldtmühle is an active partner of the Charité University Hospital Berlin. Our main focal points: Neurology, Orthopaedics, Sports medicine and Internal Medicine/Cardiology www.medicalpark.de BERLIN TO GO 25

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