All eyes on… Berlin!

We’re gearing up for our tenth edition and going back to our roots for this one! We’re looking for the best and brightest startups from the capital to be featured in the next The Hundert. Startups can submit their own info, or others can recommend startups that they think will fit the profile. A longlist of the proposed startups will then be sent to our panel of judges, headed by experts of the startup scene, who will choose the final selection.

Nomination criteria

Ideally the startups should tick the following boxes:

Innovative idea

Influence future trends

High growth potential

A doing-good-aspect

Something that’ll make our judges go: Hells yes!

These criteria have to be met:

Founded and/or headquartered in Berlin

Not older than 3 years

Not featured in a past edition of The Hundert

Closing date is the May 22, 2017

Startups featured in our New York edition

Sponsors of the Hundert Vol. 9

Media partners of the Hundert Vol. 9

Previous issues of the Hundert

About the Hundert – Europe’s leading startup magazine

In each issue, the Hundert brings together the founders and entrepreneurs behind one hundred startups. With its ninth issue covering the exhilarating ecosystem of New York, the magazine is an archive of the thrilling and fast-paced changes happening in the world of startups through the interviews, reports and photo galleries that it has featured. Published by NKF Media (also of Berlin Valley), the Hundert insists on inspiring design, ranging from a comic book style to engaging portraits of both the founders and their cities. With forewords by Kevin P. Ryan, Michael Müller, and Sigmar Gabriel, as well as statements by influential entrepreneurs such as Alexander Kudlich (Rocket Internet), Mathias Döpfner (Axel Springer), and Jeff Jarvis (CUNY Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism), the magazine aims to bring together the best and brightest from the various ecosystems. Members of our panel of judges have included Arianna Huffington, Matt Turck, Ben Lerer, Jens Müffelmann and Scott Galloway, with notable startups such as Casper, HelloFresh, Upworthy, Foodora, Harry’s, Codecademy, and many more being featured in different editions. We’re committed to always bringing you the newest developments from the startup capitals all over the world, so the question remains: where will we head next?!