Many consider Stockholm one of the leading startup capitals in the Nordics – and one of the top in the world. Some are even calling it the “second Silicon Valley”. It’s no surprise considering Skype, Klarna, King and Mojang all went from small startups to billion dollar juggernauts. Not only that, investment has been pouring in at record levels in the past couple of years; in 2016, more than $1.4 billion was invested.
Undoubtedly, the city’s high concentration of programmers, non-hierarchical culture and immense public support are huge contributing factors to the startup scene’s incredible growth.
Startup Guide is a book series filled with advice, how to’s, case studies, inspiration and a fresh + real perspective of how to start a business in a city. It is based on the idea of a traditional guidebook, a book you carry along with you when you’re traveling to a new place to start up a project or business. Why do you need it? To find secret spots, to know where to go, who to talk to and what not to miss – all recommended by the people who know the city the best: THE LOCALS!
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Start Me Up!
Start Me Up! is a compendium of innovative corporate design for a new generation. Brimming with imaginative business ideas that range from a turban tailoring house to an artistically ambitious mattress….425 SEK
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Startup Guide – London
With over 2,000 start-ups, 30 accelerators and 48,000 people employed in the digital economy, London is the beating heart of the European startup scene, and Europe’s number one start-up hotspot. The city supports a culture of creativity and innovation that allows new businesses to be born and to flourish, and creates opportunities for individuals to […]185 SEK
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Courier, Issue 32
Your essential guide to startup culture and modern business is about to get better with more stories and a fresh new look! In this issue: A special briefing on the startup fashion industry – everything you need to know about the labels, brands, trends and individuals driving change. Also in this issue: -The return […]95 SEK
Upstart!: Visual Identities for Start-Ups and New Businesses
Upstart! presents fresh branding ideas for entrepreneurs and designers. To stand out in a land of consumerist plenty, the new gen- eration of small business entrepreneurs has learned to set high design standards. Poised between playfulness and professionalism, their holistic visual identity concepts become an integral part of their core busi- ness. From hemp farmers […]425 SEK