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Startup Safary: First Open Office Day for Startups in Berlin

You want to know more about the cool companies in Berlin? Well, you should consider attending Startup Safary, a matrix of events that will take place on the 6th of September in the capital of Germany. Companies, accelerators, co-working spaces, VC firms – all of them will open their doors to the community as well as to delegations coming from other cities around Europe to discover Berlin and its startup ecosystem.

Startup SafaryYou want to know more about the cool companies in Berlin? Well, you should consider attending Startup Safary, a matrix of events that will take place on the 6th of September in the capital of Germany. Companies, accelerators, co-working spaces, VC firms – all of them will open their doors to the community as well as to delegations coming from other cities around Europe to discover Berlin and its startup ecosystem.

The goal is to open up the startup scene and to bring the whole community together and organizors want to show the full spectrum of the Berlin startup scene and establish the city’s position as Europe’s central tech hub. Attendees can learn more about the Berlin companies, visit their offices and meet the teams and the founders.

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The event doesn’t have a central location. It’s a matrix of events taking place all over the city in over 100 offices. Companies organize different types of events at their offices and list them on Startup Safary’s website. These may be all sorts of events, e.g. office tours, workshops, Q&A’s, meetups or just parties. The events will be listed on the map and put into categories. This will allow attendees to browse through these hundreds of events and create their personal schedules based on their interests (categories) and convenience (map). Only companies that are part of Berlin’s startup ecosystem can participate.

You can choose between a regular and the VIP ticket – the regular one costs 10 euros. It ticket allows you to sign up for up to 5 events, which is more than enough to span the entire day. The office events will be booked on a first come, first served basis. The registration for office events will go off 1 week before the event. The VIP ticket allows you to book your spots one day before everyone else. You can purchase the tickets through the website.

So, if you happen to be in Berlin at the time of an event, make sure that you don’t miss it!

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