Germany’s start-up strategy and Europe’s contribution

The goal is clear: “We want to become the driving force for a European location. That is the only sensible goal,” says Anna Christmann, start-up representative of the German government. “We need to be visible as Europe and attractive for start-ups. As the largest country in the EU, we have a special role.”

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