The neighborhood is home to many of Berlin’s best tech companies. Thousands of international entrepreneurs work and live in the area and in our campus.
The Silicon Allee® campus is a 7,500 m2 complex with small to XL offices, apartments, a cafe, a craft beer bar, event spaces and other hidden gems. It serves as the embassy to Berlin's startup scene – the first point of entry for many. Our resident companies include:
We are a community of founders, neighbors and friends who all share a common interest in technology and innovative ideas.
re:publica Co-Founder and CEO Andreas Gerbhard met up with Silicon Allee in the heart of Berlin Mitte to discover the origins of how Europe biggest digital conference came to be, to where the directions are heading for Berlin’s future. From launching a co-working space of sorts 15 years ago, overcoming entrepreneurial struggles, to laying the foundations of Europe’s most established digital media discourse alongside fellow co-founders, Andreas Gerbhard has watched the world adapt into the digital age, and will continue to oversee the digital developments of the future.
BigchainDB Founder Bruce Pon kindly spent some time with us in their new offices in the Silicon Allee Campus to explain why he thinks building data-driven blockchain decentralization technologies are for the betterment of humankind. Coming in with different perspectives about the digital world, forming a trinity of like-minded co-founders, and creating an epic platform where people can chain their data together in one place, Bruce Pon has experienced the full cycle of entrepreneurship in the digital age.
Drivy Country Manager, Nils Roßmeisel, sat down with Silicon Allee to explain how Drivy shines through the competitive, car-sharing market. From its beginnings as a helpful idea in France to its execution as a European car-sharing model, Nils Roßmeisel holds Drivy up as a model of how to be successful in the world of entrepreneurship.