7 Most Innovative Start-ups in Germany

Our next stop on the line of '7 most innovative start-ups' is Germany. Those who have keen interest in start-ups, will of course remember the best ‘export’ of Germany; Soundcloud. We explored a little bit more and listed other new start-ups that are full of potential. Hopefully we will inspire those of you who love Germany, and are struggling to give life to their start-up idea.

(see image above)

Wunderlist is the easiest way to get stuff done. Whether you’re planning a holiday, sharing a shopping list with a partner or managing multiple work projects, Wunderlist is here to help you tick off all your personal and professional to-dos.


Babbel gives you everything you need to speak, write, and understand a new language. Set your own pace – learn what you want, when you want. Babbel is available on your computer, tablet or smartphone.


Bettermarks – maths made easy

Bettermarks is an online platform of adaptive learning for mathematics. There are more than 100 adaptive math books available, (covering grades 4 to 10), with more than 100,000 questions & explanations.

Sophisticated interactivity enables students to learn from their mistakes:

– Works like a good math tutor right next to the student

– Help is available for every exercise step

– Automatic marking and result evaluation

It is available in English, Spanish, German and Dutch languages.

Delivery Hero is an online food-ordering service operating in 29 countries. This start-up promotes a delivery service in the digital age, helping their customers to find their favourite foods easily and conveniently from home, from work, or while they are on the road. Through their website or app, this platform provides an overview of all the restaurants and delivery services in the 29 countries in which they are operating.



Iversity is a platform for higher education online courses. It allows professors to teach thousands of students from all walks of life online. Students can access the material anytime and anywhere. The multimedia content is interactive and adaptive, providing direct feedback on student learning and a state-of-the-art user forum that allows for effective peer-to-peer learning.

Mimi is an app that leverages and combines the latest technology with science and design, to transform the experience of hearing – from discovery, to buying and fine-tuning. By doing this, the start-up aims to make hearing technology more accessible, affordable and attractive.

SoundCloud is the world’s leading audio sharing platform that enables sound creators to upload, record, promote and share their originally created sounds on the internet.

Title photo: Shutterstock

Support us!

All your donations will be used to pay the magazine’s journalists and to support the ongoing costs of maintaining the site.


paypal smart payment button for simple membership

Share this post

Interested in co-operating with us?

We are open to co-operation from writers and businesses alike. You can reach us on our email at cooperations@youthtimemag.com/magazine@youthtimemag.com and we will get back to you as quick as we can.

Where to next?

The Importance of Student Government in Education

Student government refers to a student-led organization within a school or university that is responsible for representing the interests, concerns, and needs of the student body to school administration and…

How to read more books in 2022

You love to read, but it seems that you just can’t find the time for it? Don’t worry, there might be a couple of solutions after all.