Axel John (SWR) interviewed Milan for his new article on the current debate about the start-up strategy of the traffic light coalition. The Federal Ministry of Economics has presented a ten-point plan to make it easier to start a company.
We can say from our own experience that founding a start-up in Germany definitely involves major bureaucratic hurdles and is much easier to implement in other countries. And as the article points out, this means that "a lot of potential is wasted.
Read the whole article about the company formation of QiTech and other start-ups, as well as the problems with the German bureaucracy online.