Startup news from Germany – October 2015

/Startup news from Germany – October 2015

Startup news from Germany – October 2015

Hey, We are back with a new episode of our monthly startup news podcast show. Tune in and enjoy the latest startup news from Germany.

Show notes:

German Startup Monitor 2015 has been published in the break between News.


Investments/Stock Exchange:

Goverment development bank KfW wants to invest one billion Euro in German startups

Scout24 group was listed

US based ACI Worldwide buys Munich based pay.on

Kleiner Perkins invests in Berlin based Startup Relayr


Next Media Accelerator

HelloFresh in the news

200mn Euro for French BlaBlaCar


Knowhow for those with vision

  • NYTimes thinks that for Delivery Startups  1999 (pre dotcom bubble) is back
  • Good News for Europe, where €3.47 billion in venture capital have been raised in Q2
  • BitDrones gives you another take on virtural reality with interactive flying microbots
  • One brief how-to-guide on how to turn a startup into a global giant
  • Some good news for refugees on how entrepreneurs and aid groups are helping them with digital tools
  • More news on smart cars and car tech: Who are the investors piling money in them and where does it go?
  • An attempt to predict the success of a startup on the concept alone
  • Need to watch: 5 TEDTalks for every entrepreneur
  • TEDxRheinMain also has some interesting videos, like “Disruptive Economy”
  • Stanford Graduate School of Business on design thinking
  • The Economist makes a case that patents hinder innovation
  • Bronte Capital: Really great to put this in perspective: Amazon vs. Alibaba it is shocking how big they are, even compared to Amazon


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