First France, now the UK, but — to say it in the words of Tom Coates — where are all the German start-ups? Or rather, where are they on Techcrunch?

In the meantime, I’ve put up this list on the Web Monday wiki.

5 Responses to “KrautCrunch”

  1. Sam Sethi Says:

    Hi Tim

    I agree. where are the German companies. Would you be interested in starting TechKraut ;-) the TechCrunch Germany site?

    Email me if you are?



  2. Tim Says:

    Unfortunately, I don’t have the bandwidth right now. But I’m sure there are people in the Web Monday community who would be very interested.

  3. Andreas Dittes Says:

    well i already thought about it, since im anyways testing those services and writing about them on my blog. but i dont know how much time it will cost… ;)

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