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Recruitment services in Berlin.

With more than 13 years of experience in local, regional and national projects.

Our Address:

Schönhauser Allee 163, 10435

Our mailbox:

radu@ams-hr.com

Radu Bonchis

Radu Bonchis

CEO

We are your HR agency in Berlin

Population: 3.5 million
Pros: Excellent value in a diverse, international city with a worldwide reputation for innovation in the online sector.
Cons: For an international city, it could be better served by its airports, while the ecosystem is not quite yet on par with Silicon Valley.
Cost: Very reasonable when put up against other strongholds such as London and New York, you’ll struggle to find better value.
What to expect: Low prices – although that’s steadily changing, a great pool of talent, a thriving start-up scene and a very rich culture.

​The amount of capital raised by German startups broke a record last year with €3.4 billion, with most of this going to Berlin. Nearly 40% of funding was received by companies in the capital, compared with 5.9% and 18.3% for Hamburg and Munich, respectively.

 

We provide to our clients IT recruitment services in Berlin.

Berlin clearly emerges as the domestic winner when it comes to venture capital funding but, how does it fare compared with its international peers? London is, of course, miles ahead. The UK capital received more than €5.4 billion from investors against Berlin’s nearly €2 billion in 2018. But aside from London, the German city appears to be leading the pack. Its most natural competitor, Paris, came close but didn’t quite match its capital raised, securing almost €1.8 billion from VCs last year. Two other potential candidates, Amsterdam and Zurich, fall way behind with €274.3 million and €263.7 million, respectively.

While London remains the No. 1 tech hub in Europe, Berlin’s increasingly mature ecosystem and open attitude is swiftly making the city a real contender to the crown.

We are waiting for you at our office in Berlin!

 

Address: Schönhauser Allee 163, 10435, Berlin