Über Alles: 50 German Startups Coming to Web Summit

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On the back of the Rocket Internet’s billion dollar success, Germany’s startup scene is buzzing. In 2015 Q1 alone, German tech startups attracted $1.1 billion dollars of investment.

It looks like the success will keep on coming for Germany’s tech industry with these disruptive startups joining us at Web Summit:

VirtualQ

VirtualQ

Waiting on hold is an infuriating experience. Yet it’s largely unavoidable, and we end up spending 13 hours a year doing it. VirtualQ ends this hardship with an app that notifies the customer when it’s their turn.

Freedactics

Freedatics

Not so long ago, the makers behind Freedactics were students struggling to study for their exams. It was then that they noticed the gap in the market for a platform for students and teachers alike to digitalise their learning materials, and Freedactics was born.

Goodnity

Goodnity

Goodnity makes it easy to give to charity, without spending a cent. Simply download the app and answer the survey questions. For every answer you give, a donation is made to a child in need.

We’ll also be joined by:

Zefly.com

The Crunch Company

Yuvine VR

Klickrent

Thinkistry UG

Socialeyes

Storow

ONLOGIST

Exporo

Evertracker

GuideBase.com

Vizzlo

SEMKNOX

Delightex

ROCKCITI

spotBe!

Pay with a Tweet

Metabolomic Discoveries

MateApps

Lineupr

LaterPay

Experimental Game

Fanomena

Crowledge

room.me

Orga.zone

Rhebo

HomeToGo

AppYourself

Keeeb

pijaca.io

Clappifieds.de

Gestigon

Talk About Jack

The Jodel Venture

Aexea

LeanIX

WebuyyourcarGROUP

INABE

Necara

DTB Deutsche Technikberatung

Snyga

HOLY TRINITY

StartupCVs

StartupWings

EDLOUD

Clang

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