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PANDO Ventures helps to accelerates later stage ventures

PANDO Ventures is a later stage accelerator program, which does not invest money (like the name first would suggest). In this interview, Startuprad.io is traveling for you to Wiesbaden, the capital in the state of Hessen. There we talk to Enrico Jakob, a junior partner in PANDO.

By |2019-01-21T12:39:54+00:00January 21st, 2019|Exclusive, Interviews|0 Comments

My-Fashionary.com connects online and offline fashion

In this interview, we talk to Beatrix v. Winterfeldt-Heuser, co-founder of My-Fashionary, management consultant and mother of two. My-Fashionary.com is a fashion platform where you can find independent designers, who design premium fashion you won’t find anywhere on the high street. Since the designers and the brands are not known yet they decided to combine online and offline fashion. For example, did they have a pop-up store in Berlin’s Friedrichstrasse at the beginning of 2018.

By |2018-12-28T20:35:05+00:00January 1st, 2019|blog, Frankfurt, Interviews|0 Comments

Evan network brings heavy machinery on the blockchain

In this interview, we talk to Thomas Mueller. He is CEO of Evan Network. Evan network enables companies to get their heavy machinery (think large construction machines like building cranes) on the blockchain. With this, the management of their machines becomes much easier, as well as renting them out. Even Networks is currently in the fund-raising phase of a traditional VC round. Evan Network is also the winner of the Blockchain Startup Summit pitch competition, which took place on Nov 15th at Frankfurt School of Management and Finance, in cooperation with EU-Startups and us (https://www.startuprad.io/) as media partner. Thomas almost missed his award, since we interviewed him.

By |2018-12-04T10:19:49+00:00November 28th, 2018|blog, Interviews|0 Comments

Mindzip is like Instagram for Great Ideas

In this interview, Joe talks to Torsten Caspar, CEO, and Founder of MindZip. MindZip is a platform to take notes online, share them in teams and if you wish also share them in the network, much like Instagram for great ideas. They want to become something like Wikipedia for compressed knowledge

By |2018-11-21T17:36:28+00:00November 21st, 2018|blog, Events, Frankfurt, Interviews|0 Comments