Frankfurt has always been a mecca for European innovation and banking. Being that it is home to the Deutsche Bank and the European Central Bank, it has always played a large role in the economy of, not only the country, but the continent. It isn’t a surprise that this city has about 200-300 currently active tech startups working within it. With seventy-one percent of their startup˚customers being domestic, this is a plus for the Frankfurt startup jobs movement and with 5.8 million people in the Frankfurt Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region, there is quite a pool of qualified, educated candidates to choose from. Plus, with the introduction of TechQuartier, startups are fueled with a friendly and encouraging space, as well as resources and programs that help people founders who are just starting out have a place that they can feel welcomed and encouraged. There is no doubt that Frankfurt startup ecosystem is going to continue to prosper.