The 10 coolest tech startups to work for in Germany in 2019

The 10 coolest tech startups to work for in Germany in 2019

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Germany is one of the developing startup ecosystems in Europe. The Deutschland is home to several innovative tech startups founded by talented and ambitious entrepreneurs who want to disrupt the market with their concepts. There are numerous cities including the capital Berlin, Munich, and others. that are becoming home to some really innovative and successful tech startups.

So if you’re new in the German land or whether you’re planning to move to Germany, here are few tech startups which are hiring aggressively right now. Check out!


Founders – Maximilian Tayenthal and Valentin Stalf

Funding – €466 million

Founded in 2013 in Berlin, N26 is a mobile bank from Berlin. It offers free ATM withdrawals, the lowest currency exchange fees and money transfers sans fees. The banking app uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help track and manage spending habits. Since its inception, it has grown into various European markets, especially in the Nordics.


Founders – Martin Klenk, Bastian Nominacher and Alexander Rinke

Funding – €70.5 million

Celonis was established in 2011 in Munich with a simple goal. It wants to analyse today’s processes in order to make the future world more efficient. The B2B startup has set a new standard in Big Data Analytics and is designed to help companies all over the world save their precious time as well as money via improved efficiency and transparency.

Horizn Studios

Founders – Stefan Holwe. Stefan Holwe and Jan Roosen

Funding – €36 million

Horizn Studios was founded in 2015 in Berlin. The startup creates suitcases that match the digital lifestyle of users. The suitcases from Horizn are lightweight despite the protective and hard shell. Also, there is an integrated smart charger letting users recharge their smartphones and other gadgets. Their portfolio includes a range of specialised luggage from water-proof backpacks, laptop cases, tote bags and suitcases for DJs.


Founders – Christoph Hardt and Dr. Jan Schächtele

Funding – €12.0 million

COMATCH is a Berlin-based marketplace founded in 2015. for independent top management consultants and industry experts. Its matches consultants with clients who need external support to handle their projects. It serves companies of all sizes ranging from startups to multinational corporates.


Founders – Jochen Engert, Daniel Krauss and André Schwämmlein

FlixMobility was launched in 2011 in Munich as a low-cost bus startup. Ever since its inception, it has progressed to become the world’s largest bus provider with a huge network. As of January 2019, it serves a massive route network spanning across 350,000 daily connections in the US and Europe.


Founders – Alexander Graf and Boris Lokschin

Funding – €20.0 million

Berlin-based Spryker was founded in 2014. It has built a platform for B2B and B2C companies helping them develop user interfaces on IoT, voice and mobile to reach customers. This platform is called Spryker Commerce OS.


Founders – Sascha Konietzke and Paolo Negri

Funding – €70.2 million

Contentful founded in 2013 in Berlin is a Content Management System (CMS) for web and mobile apps. It unifies all content which can be shared and updated across multiple platforms in a few seconds. It has a growing customer base including several disruptive startups, Fortune 500 companies and top digital agencies.


Founders – Maxim Nohroudi and Tom Kirschbaum

Funding – €24.3 million

Founded in 2012, door2door is an integrated mobility platform in Berlin. The startup aims to make public transport more efficient and sustainable by providing personal mobility without private cars. This startup has helped cities, as well as transport companies, transform their portfolio.

AUTO1 Group

Founders – Christian Bertermann and Hakan Koç

Funding – €747 million

AUTO1 Group established in 2012 is a leading car trading platform in Europe. It transforms the processes of buying and selling cars and has grown rapidly since then. The Berlin-based startup has created a reliable and transparent marketplace for mobility. Its network of consumers and dealers extend to all over Europe via its independent automotive platform comprising business units such as Autohero, and


Founders -Osnat Michaeli, Erez Galonska and Guy Galonska

Funding – €28.7 million

Infarm is Europe’s urban farming leader founded in 2013 in Berlin. It operates over 50 farms in Berlin in restaurant kitchens, supermarket aisles and distribution warehouses. It has integrated in-store farming into METRO and EDEKA locations, two largest food retailers in Germany, where it grows dozensdozes of premium quality leafy greens and herbs and sells at affordable prices.

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