Follow-Up Frankfurt based sports startup Wearable Life Sciences

In this interview, we follow up the world premiere of the antelope suite. The company behind it is called Wearable Life Sciences, which we had in May 2015 in our podcast.

Antilope Suite in Action © Wearable Life Sciences

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Securitysutra – Cybersecurity for Entrepreneurs – Find intruders in your network

 

This is our first video of the new Cybersecurity focused series of Securitysutra. We aim to bring you interviews and quarterly news, relevant to entrepreneurs for their business. Feedback and suggestions are always welcome!

It can take up to 300 days till a hacker is discovered in a network and he/she can use this time to wreak havoc on the company or steal its data. In this video interview, we talk to Yaniv Miron, from the cybersecurity startup Fenror7. Fenror7 is based in Israel and it offers its clients to identify intruders. This is called by the company lateral movement and they offer a graphic display of the threats.

The video was conducted by Gaurav and Joern in the coworking space Co-Work & Play: http://www.co-work-play.de/

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News – 2017 Review and 2018 Outlook

Chris and Joe talk about the reviews of the startup year 2017 they have found and the forecasts for 2018 they find noteworthy. The recoding was done on January 6th 2018

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Frankfurt-based savedroid prepares their own ICO and offers microsavings in cryptocurrency (Video)

 

In this interview, we talk to Dr. Yassin Hankir, a former McKinsey consultant, and serial fintech entrepreneur. He is co-host of the Fintech Meetup Frankfurt / Rhein-Main and he has been one of the founders of one of Germany’s first robo advisor vaamo.

We talk to him as CEO and Founder of savedroid, the micro-savings app, which will now enable savings in cryptocurrency on a regular basis. Therefore, they ICO with their savedroid token to pay the fees for saving in Ethereum or Bitcoin.

In the front of our video recording, you see the delicious Frankfurt-based cold brew coffee lemonade Caffezza: https://www.caffezza.de/

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Disclaimer: This interview is intended to be, and should be, used for informational purposes only. It is not a recommendation to buy cryptocurrencies, nor to invest in any specific ICO.

Joern has been an Alpha Tester of the app from the beginning.

2017 Fintech Review Germany and 2018 Outlook

The fintech review Germany is one of the traditions of Startupradio. We started it in German back in 2014, when fintech first appeared. Since Startupradio.de will be shut down the end of 2017, we moved our tradition to the English channel. If you are able to speak German, you will find the old shows here:

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Startup News Germany Wrap-up – November

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We will be back in the new year.

Housekeeping

Once again we have published a lot of videos since our last news podcast. www.youtube.com/c/startupradio.

We talked in a series to startups in the Merck Accelerator program (who also sponsored the videos) including

  • A tool, which turns your smartphone in a microscope and help craft beer brewers https://youtu.be/FREsJCYloUo
  • A startup, which helps diabetes patients in their daily live without the need for drops of blood and an algorithm to forecast your blood sugar https://youtu.be/4ggx2QUTYDE
  • A 22-year-old entrepreneur, who had a part of his brain removed in a neurosurgery in order to cure him of epilepsy. He now wants to help others recover faster with his VR Startup https://youtu.be/zPfhlw7MPbI

 

We have also been to the Euro Finance Tech. See the videos including a startup from Chicago, Rome, Berlin and Frankfurt: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUbiCAQc22WttfUje1wgmq99Ovc6XnaXv

 

Finally, we had an audio podcast with Patrick de Zeeuw, CEO, and Co-Founder of Startupbootcamp Amsterdam https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBnefn14JUs&t=2s

 

Joern is also busy as co-author. E.g. here in this article: The Complete Frankfurt Startup City Guide | StartUs Magazine http://ow.ly/AnMT30gUztR  

Startup News Germany Wrap-up – October

Housekeeping

Once again we have published a lot of videos since our last news podcast. There are more on the shelf and we will keep posting at least until the end of the year. Check it out here www.youtube.com/c/startupradio. We can tell you that since the last news, we posted a few quick fire interviews, as well as the interview with Pal-V, the flying car from the Netherlands. We conducted the Pal-V interview live at Frankfurt Motor Show.

We have also been to the Frankfurt Book Fair, where the German association of book printers and publishers presented the startups of their accelerator program Content Shift. Stay tuned for the interviews we conducted afterward. www.youtube.com/c/startupradio

I am sorry, but I have now quite a backlog on editing. I will catch up with it till Christmas! 🙂

 

We also published an exclusive interview with the founder of Raisin, the Berlin-based deposit marketplace: Raisin – How the financial crisis inspired this former partner at McKinsey & Company to jump ship and found a startup https://buff.ly/2z8qk4W  

RegTech at TechQuartier IV – Dr. Kirilenko on Blockchain in Finance

Gaurav did attend the RegTech event here in Frankfurt, in TechQuartier (TQ). TQ is one of the hubs of the emerging Frankfurt startup community. TQ did invite to the event talking about the impact the Brexit will have on RegTech startups.

This will be a short series. Here is our follow up our interviews with Dr. Andrei Kirilenko, the Director of the Centre for Global Finance and Technology at the Imperial College Business School.

This interview is quite densely packed with information. Just a few links here:

Clearing (finance)

Back Office

Blockchain

Moore’s Law

Types of Blockchains (Computers)

 

Tune in to learn more.

 

Disclaimer: We did our best to improve the audio quality, but doing live interviews, sometimes on the go, results usually not in the highest audio quality. We apologize for the lower audio quality upfront and still hope you can draw insights from the interview. Non-the less we hope you enjoy it anyways. Next time we will be a bit better! PROMISE!

RegTech at TechQuartier III – Sebastian Schaefer on the TQ

Gaurav did attend the RegTech event here in Frankfurt, in TechQuartier (TQ). TQ is one of the hubs of the emerging Frankfurt start-up community. TQ did invite to the event talking about the impact the Brexit will have on RegTech start-ups.

This will be a short series and follow up our interviews with Dr. Sebastian Schäfer, who is the CEO of TechQuartier, which is the government-backed startup location in Frankfurt.

 

Tune in to learn more.

 

Disclaimer: We did our best to improve the audio quality, but doing live interviews, sometimes on the go, results usually not in the highest audio quality. We apologize for the lower audio quality up front and still hope you can draw insights from the interview. Non-the less we hope you enjoy it anyway. Next time we will be a bit better! PROMISE!

RegTech at TechQuartier II – The future of RegTechs after Brexit, perspective from London

Gaurav did attend the RegTech event here in Frankfurt, in TechQuartier (TQ). TQ is one of the hubs of the emerging Frankfurt startup community. TQ did invite to the event talking about the impact the Brexit will have on RegTech startups.

This will be a short series and follow up our interview with Prof. Hackthal here with Franklin Allen, who is Professor of Finance and Economics and Executive Director of the Brevan Howard Centre at Imperial College London.

 

Tune in to learn more.

 

Disclaimer: We did our best to improve the audio quality, but doing live interviews, sometimes on the go, results usually not in the highest audio quality. We apologize for the lower audio quality upfront and still hope you can draw insights from the interview. Non-the-less we hope you enjoy it anyways. Next time we will be a bit better! PROMISE!