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About Herrenberg

A city about 30km south of Stuttgart, Herrenberg is the 4th largest town in the district of Boblingen with a population exceeding 20,000. It's on the edge of the Schonbuch Forest for those that are into taking leisurely strolls under the boughs of ancient trees. Once a small community of hamlets, the town was founded in the 13th Century. It actually consists of the town center plus 7 additional towns that were merged into one during the regional reorganization of the 1960s and the 1970s. Here you will find a small number of guest houses in the Old Town, a few hotels and a plethora of restaurants of every cuisine you can think of, plus coworking venues catering to its' inventive locals who have no desire to leave their home ground.

You can check out the symbol of the town that is the traditional church "Stiftskirche" with its bell tower, the town hall and the historical ruins of the "Schlossberg" castle. Much of the old town still stands including numerous timber-framed houses and a quaint market place that should keep a smile on the history buff's face.

Herrenberg is no tech hub but it does have its' fair share of tech savvy souls walking around town and sipping espresso at cafes. Germany's startup scene is thriving with opportunities given to creative souls to pitch their ventures to investors at "Startup Germany" that went on tour at the instigation of the German Chambers of Commerce Abroad. The startup scene is a bit of a mixed bag with almost 30% of startup staff not being German. There are a few hurdles to overcome such as red tape hassles, language barriers and the fact that most founders wish to hire skilled foreign workers. Eight out of ten German startups wish to go international, but legal systems and regulations may be inhibitors in this regard.

Despite these niggles, coworking spaces are overflowing with creatives in collaborative mode whilst mingling with a vibrant community.