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If Berlin is Germany's clubbing capital then Hamburg is the dinner party that's as raucous as it is refined - and the guests are a varied bunch too.
Stroll around this prosperous port city and you'll brush shoulders with local fishermen casting their nets on the banks of the River Elbe, world-renowned gallerists hosting exhibitions by cutting-edge artists, and independent retailers flaunting wares that are either «Made in Hamburg» or highly exotic. Delve into recommendations for original hotel experiences, cream of the crop culinary dining, and the best live music venues.
Hamburg is a historic but forward-thinking city, home to arbiters of tradition and avant garde artists alike.
Ready? It's time to pull up a chair and meet the lot of them.
As the second largest German city and the second largest port in Europe, Hamburg is not a stranger to trading and entrepreneurship. Its geographical location has allowed the harbor city to be one of the main trading centers of the Old Continent, setting a good ground for Hamburg to be a strong player in German economics. There has been a recent boom in the startup ecosystem, with massive investments (i.e. the seven-digit investment for eBlocker), a growing number of coworking spaces, and entrepreneurs moving to explore the new, hip soul of the city. For one such adventurer, Startup Guide Hamburg will give insider tips from interviews with established influencers in the Hamburg scene, features on up-and-coming startups in the area, and overviews on the city's coworking spaces and programs. Startup Guide Hamburg was made in partnership with betahaus Hamburg and supported by KPMG, Airbus and Hamburg@work.