Roadtrip to London IV – James Shattock – MD & Co-Founder PACE Invoice

The Brexit is getting closer and the negotiations are not looking to go smooth, for any side. We, therefore, think it is time to post our first “picture” of London pre-Brexit.

This is the third interview in our Roadtrip to London series. You can find the first interview here: http://www.startuprad.io//interviews/roadtrip-pre-brexit-london-intro/

In this interview, we talk to James Shattock, MD and Co-Founder of PACE Invoice. PACE invoice helps its clients to collect international invoices, especially in foreign currency.

We took the trip during blockchain week London to talk to startups, investors, and service providers. We wanted to ask how Frankfurt is seen in London as a startup hub, as well as the idea of Joinmainland.com. You can learn more about Joinmainland.com and their idea in this interview here, or just tune in.

We are grateful to the Business Development Agency Offenbach, who funded this trip. Thank you!

Roadtrip to London III – Lukas Zörner – CEO & Co-Founder Mobility.co

The Brexit is getting closer and the negotiations are not looking to go smooth, for any side. We, therefore, think it is time to post our first “picture” of London pre-Brexit.

This is the third interview in our Roadtrip to London series. You can find the first interview here: http://www.startuprad.io//interviews/roadtrip-pre-brexit-london-intro/

In this interview, we talk to Lukas Zörner, CEO and Co-Founder of Mobility.co. Mobility.co wants to become the “financial friend” of you to help you save money. Tune in to learn more.

We took the trip during blockchain week London to talk to startups, investors, and service providers. We wanted to ask how Frankfurt is seen in London as a startup hub, as well as the idea of Joinmainland.com. You can learn more about Joinmainland.com and their idea in this interview here, or just tune in.

We are grateful to the Business Development Agency Offenbach, who funded this trip. Thank you!

 

Roadtrip to Pre-Brexit London II – Enterprise Bot Co-Founder Pranay Jain

The Brexit is getting closer and the negotiations are not looking to go smooth, for any side. We, therefore, think it is time to post our first “picture” of London pre-Brexit.

In this interview, we talk to Pranay Jain, co-founder of Enterprise Bot. We talk briefly to him and learn how financial services companies could save billions per year in their customer service.

We took the trip during blockchain week London to talk to startups, investors, and service providers. We wanted to ask how Frankfurt is seen in London as a startup hub, as well as the idea of Joinmainland.com. You can learn more about Joinmainland.com and their idea in this interview here, or just tune in.

We are grateful to the Business Development Agency Offenbach, who funded this trip. Thank you!

This is the second interview in our Roadtrip to London series. You can find the first interview here: http://www.startuprad.io//interviews/roadtrip-pre-brexit-london-intro/

Roadtrip to Pre-Brexit London I – Intro

 

The Brexit is getting closer and the negotiations are not looking to go smooth, for any side. We, therefore, think it is time to post our first “picture” of London pre-Brexit.

We did take the trip with our friends from the Emporion Creative Agency (one of the partners, who is also the founder of joinmainland.com) and Fintech Headquarter. We took the trip during blockchain week London to talk to startups, investors, and service providers. We wanted to ask how Frankfurt is seen in London as a startup hub, as well as the idea of Joinmainland.com. You can learn more about Joinmainland.com and their idea in this interview here, or just tune in.

We are grateful to the Business Development Agency Offenbach, who funded this trip. Thank you!

Before take-off in Hahn (5.28 am)
Arrived in London. Always tired, but we still had fun during Blockchain Week in January 2017 in London

 

ROADTRIP INTERVIEWS AND EVENT HIGHLIGHTS FROM BITS AND PRETZELS 2016 – PART III

This time in our final roadtrip podcast from Bits & Pretzels 2016 our topic range is quite wide: logistics, VR and education. Event’s foyer was full of startup stands from all business fields with interesting ideas and products. Shipping goods today is as easy as that, just few swaps on smartphone, startups Bird and einfachverschickt.de are helping doing that. There are plenty of use cases for VR in design and architecture, consulting, marketing, startup eachtick’s product GVR is a good demo of that. And finally SpeaQ With Me’s product is a new online social language platform, stay tuned, more in our podcast.

You can find the other interviews here:

Episode I Bits and Pretzels 2016 –  Mozilla Foundation and startup pitches

Episode II Bits and Pretzels 2016 –  Startups in HR and talent search

ROADTRIP INTERVIEWS AND EVENT HIGHLIGHTS FROM BITS & PRETZELS 2016 – PART II

We continue series of Roadtip podcasts from Bits & Pretzels 2016, discussing event’s program that was full of keynotes, workshops, speakers and pitches.

 

Today we are sharing with our listeners value propositions of startups in field of HR and talent search. Surprisingly there are a lot of gaps in this business that startups can improve and create additional value both for firms and job seekers. We talk to the startups Talentcube, MoBerries and TaylorTalents are sharing with us their ideas and product pitches.

 

Here you find Episode I Bits and Pretzels 2016 –  Mozilla Foundation and startup pitches

Roadtrip Interviews and Event Highlights from Bits & Pretzels 2016 – Part I

In the next three series of roadshow podcasts we’re sharing highlights of Munich’s top startup event – Bits & Pretzels 2016. This year events’ talk lineup was fantastic – Kevin Spacey, Richard Branson, founders of Evernote, Airbnb, Home24, Runtastic, Youporn and many other renowned speakers. Besides highlights in each podcast we have a chance to share with our listeners a bunch of pitches of the most buzzing startups from Bits & Pretzels. In this podcast our blitz-interview guest is Mitchell Baker Executive Chairwoman of Mozilla Foundation discussing her keynote: “data as a new oxygen for startups” and startup pitches from Parquery, CollectAI, 4tiitoo.

#Roadtrip Interviews from #CODE_n Festival

We have been at the CODE_n new.New festival in Karlsruhe, in the south of Germany. From there we bring you four short interviews in English, within this audio file:

  • We a talk to Jessica from everledger, an application of the blockchain in the diamond industry. During the interview we talk about:
  • We talk to Alex, co-founder of Urban Alps, who produce a high security stealth key via 3d printing. The important part is that all relevant parts are inside the key and therefore the key cannot easily be copied e.g. via a 3d printer, as with other keys.
  • We talk to Erez CEO and founder of CRiskCo, a company which helps to evaluate credit risk for small and medium enterprises, as a SaaS. His software uses an artificial intelligence to assist his clients and also to get even better over time.
  • We talk to Frederik and Flemming from FaunaPhotonics who work with remote sensing products in agriculture and malaria control, utilizing lasers. Their solution will be able to count insects in real time.

RoadTrip – Startuprad.io goes #SXSW S1, E7 – Lengoo

“Startuprad.io Roadtrip” is our new show about startups on the road. What do they do at conferences? How do they find investors? What are their tricks for the perfect pitch? We interview the founders, they tell us how they network und chill and you as listeners get great recommendations about how to up your outreach game as a founder.

In our first season, we feature startups at one of the coolest tech conferences in the world, South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. This episode we talk with Lengoo, a company provides translation services by matching your translation needs with the best bilingual translators possible.

Learn more about that at http://www.lengoo.de/en

RoadTrip – Startuprad.io goes #SXSW S1, E6 – Cat Medic

Startuprad.io Roadtrip is our new show about startups on the road. What do they do at conferences? How do they find investors? What are their tricks for the perfect pitch? We interview the founders, they tell us how they network und chill and you as listeners get great recommendations about how to up your outreach game as a founder.

In our first season, we’ll feature startups at one of the coolest tech conferences in the world, the South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. This episode we talk with Cat Medic, a company that provides 3D models of the human body in animation, illustration and apps – basically you can walk through your own body with them.

Learn more about that at http://www.cat-medic.de