Welcome to Startup Camp Berlin!

By David Knight |


Startup Camp Berlin is here – and Silicon Allee is bringing you all the best bits from the two-day conference. We’re live at the MediaDesign Hochschule in Kreuzberg for the event’s second year, and you can follow all the latest with Silicon Allee on Twitter.

We will also bring you the best interviews and reviews from the day’s proceedings, which today include a keynote from Christian Weiss of Project A Ventures as well as talks by Felix Peterson of Amen, Edial Dekker of Gidsy and Conrad Fritzsch of tape.tv.

The event embodies Berlin’s entrepreneurial spirit and brings together some of the most important players in the city’s growing tech ecosystem. Organiser Stefan Wolpers recently told Silicon Allee: “The fundamental reason behind why Startup Camp Berlin was founded is to allow local entrepreneurs to network with each other, attract VCs from around the world, bring in professional expert advisors and build a strong community in this city. By using this opportunity to learn from others, we can avoid reinventing the wheel, share best practices, and learn from mistakes.

“The latter point is very important when dealing with startups, and especially in Germany where the tolerance for failure is very low. However entrepreneurs who attend this event will also leave with a stronger network to rely on and a reassuring sense that they are not in this alone.”

Stay tuned for more!