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With around 500 new digital startups per year, Berlin is Germany's capital for tech start-ups. It has a successful infrastructure for funding and financing in Europe.
As Europe’s leading financial capital, London is teeming with business angels, crowd-funding schemes, and experienced venture capital mentors.
New York - especially Brooklyn - is one of the fastest growing tech communities outside of the Silicon Valley and only short ride from Wall Street for a future IPO.
Paris is well known for startups as BlaBlaCar (ridesharing service) and Criteo giving it prominence as a center for ‘sharing economy’.
Shanghai is a startup city that gives startups access to the vast mainland China market. Since mid 2016, more than 70,000 startups have been set up in the city.
Tel Aviv was ranked one of the most innovative cities in the world by the Wall Street Journal in 2016, recognized as a world leader in cyber security.