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I am a Toyota – Learning how to drive faster

February 12, 2012 by

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If you have read the last two (one, two) posts of the series “I am a Toyota” you might know that I might have been quite occupied lately with studying for various exams. That’s the reason why I haven’t uploaded a new post in two weeks. I have a quite good feeling about what I […]

Get in touch with start-ups!

February 12, 2012 by

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Hello everyone, here is a last minute call for all the people out there that share our interest for start-ups.  Next week on Wednesday there is an interesting event, organized by Linking Talents, which is dedicated to Entrepreneurship and Startups. It will be hosted by the Berlin Campus of ESCP Europe and if you want […]

Opposites attract

February 10, 2012 by

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This might not only be true for the choice of partner, but for many other areas in life. For example in business: in this post I would like to examine the importance of interdisciplinary teamwork and connect it to start-up businesses. Interdisciplinary work, interdisciplinary studies, interdisciplinary learning,… Those terms and definitions are not new to […]

Hey, Hot Shot!

February 8, 2012 by

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Jen Benkman really fascinates me. She offers a lot to upcoming, already in business artists, or the ones who lost their track in the business of sharing and selling art. My last blog posts gave you further information on how 20×200 works and how artists profit from it. Also I talked about how the business […]

Once upon a time there was a small Start-Up called Facebook…

February 4, 2012 by

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…which filed IPO this week. And I am still asking myself how such a young company – it has only been 8 years since it was founded! – Can be worth so much money! I found a nice explanation on Slate saying that the difference of Facebook and Google and amazon is simple: “What’s different […]

20×200 continued

January 29, 2012 by

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My last post offered you an insight on 20×200. In this one I want to talk about the recruitment of artists, their payment, traditional ways and new paths and of course cite the hosts amibition. Selection Of course, the selection of artists is not an easy thing to do. I think, the larger the offer […]

Is the Oryx overtaking the Rocket? Another Story on Leadership and Entrepreneurship

January 25, 2012 by

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Now, this might not help you a lot when you are unhappy but in this blog post I want to give you an example of how unsatisfied Rocket Internet employees changed their job/life. To start with: obviously not everybody has this chance. And thus this isn’t an advise of what you should do, but sort […]