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10 Startups that are Changing the Way We Eat

Food. We need it to survive, right? The way we provide nutrients to our bodies has changed a lot over the centuries, but the Digital Age brought in revolutionary changes which took place at an unprecedented speed. The startups showcased in this blogpost can help reduce the hassle associated with preparing food in many ways: they bring piping hot food straight to our door, deliver pre-portioned ingredients so that we can cook ourselves, or even do away with chewing altogether and supply powdered food. Want to know how the way we eat will change soon? Read about the 10 startups that are ushering in a food revolution!
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Berlin plays host to one of the most exciting startup scenes in all of Europe. In fact, the city is actually the continent’s second largest startup hub after London – and Brexit may have just put pay to that.
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Berlin boasts some of the most fertile ground for European startups, with top talent, large events and fantastic infrastructure. But rising market saturation means that it’s not easy for a growing business to survive there. We talked to several experts from Berlin’s top accelerators about their recipe for startup success. Here’s the first batch of the know-how we gathered.
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An accelerator programme might be just what your startup needs. It will give you that extra boost to start gaining traction. You’ll be able to meet and learn from experts, as well as interact with a large community of startup enthusiasts. It sounds very promising, but how do you choose the right accelerator from among so many? This guide to Berlin’s accelerator programmes will help you pick the best one for your business.
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Networking and learning are key to becoming a successful startup founder. And what a better way to network and learn than to attend events? If you’re a startup founder in Berlin, these are some of the events that will help you extend your network, find mentors and partners, learn, stay inspired and move forward with your business.
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When a startup reaches a billion-dollar valuation and joins The Global Unicorn Club, to say this is a serious business seems to be a massive understatement. Entering the not-so-plentiful company of top-class enterprises is a tremendous success everyone will talk and write about. And so we are today, focusing exclusively on the NYC startup scene!
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The New York (NYC) tech ecosystem (Silicon Alley) currently ranks no. 2 in the country only behind Silicon Valley. Silicon Alley owes its dynamic growth since the mid-2000s to NYC’s large capital reserves and the developed financial market, efficient technical infrastructure, and deep synergies with old industries (e.g insurance, banking). Thanks to these facilitators, the NYC tech scene today hosts many world-famous tech companies, such as BuzzFeed, Etsy, MongoDB, FourSquare, Kickstarter, just to name a few. Despite the fact that NYC’s tech ecosystem is maturing, it’s still one of the fastest growing tech hubs in the United States which draws vast amounts of venture funding, startup exits, and acquisitions.
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The success of Brexit referendum proved to be a huge blow to the image of London as the European tech capital. For months, the fears have grown. In fact, 2016 has been a great year for UK's startups. While the future of the financial passport and the access to EU talent remains uncertain, the European markets should remain open for the UK companies, and they should continue to increasingly depend on the efficiency of remote teams based in EU countries.
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Celebrating a city is about celebrating the individuals that make it remarkable. That’s why we want to focus on the most successful startup founders of 2017 that are based in NYC. Of course, to make the list you had to meet the following criteria:  Founder of a stable, yet promising startup in 2017, Founder based or started startup in NYC, Recent achievements and success.
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Berlin’s tech scene is thriving. So much so that Germany’s capital apparently welcomes a new startup every 20 minutes, according to advisory agency Gruenden. And whilst it hasn’t quite taken over European leader, London, Germany’s capital currently ranks 7th in the world for startups with an estimated 2,400 new firms located there. The city also has a knack for attracting investment with €2.4 billion in venture capital invested in Berlin’s startup scene last year, according to Ernst and Young.
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