Browsing All posts tagged under »startup«

I am a Toyota – Checked tires and fuel status to drive where again?

January 22, 2012 by

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As mentioned in the first post of my series “I am a Toyota” I described the background of the problem I have. It’s the end of semester, I have several exams to sit and some other stuff to do for uni. In short, I have to study more than I can take and it drives […]

I am a Toyota – Background

January 16, 2012 by

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Alright, now here comes my next post. Everything I have at the moment is this image, tons of exam preparation at the back of my head and a burned out version of myself. We are not talking about a serious burn-out-desease here, which is sadly increasing it’s popularity in German because as my dad always says: “You […]

On the road to success or Throw Momma From The Train

January 12, 2012 by

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When I was living in Shanghai I met an entrepreneur. He was Brazilian and full of Brazilian fire. Always by his side: his Chinese girlfriend. And her mother. The monster in law didn’t want him to be an entrepreneur but a teacher, even though he was very successful. I just learnt they broke up: a […]

What’s next?

January 2, 2012 by

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That’s not only an important question for the eurozone and the banking sector but also for businesses. In this wild jungle of overwhelming information it’s almost impossible to keep an overview. According to Amit Shafrir from TechCrunch you should not only have Silicon Valley in mind as a source of startups but also Europe symbolized by […]

Technology spoiling Business – Achievements of 2011

January 2, 2012 by

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Of course every agone year needs a review. In this post I want to identify some major technological achievements spoiling the startup scene even more this year. According to gruenderszene the most important technologies spoiling the entrepreneurial activity in 2011 were: –       The progression of the cloud –       The enhancement of hardware –       High-speed mobile […]

Get a face Or PLEASE not another fb-post!

December 28, 2011 by

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Don’t worry this post is not going to comment on the likes that accompany your life and it’s not going to warn you about a boss who discovers your party habits. It’s also not going to try to prevent Facebook from entering the stock market or give you advice on how to acquire the stocks […]

When Words Work

December 18, 2011 by

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Words work…when they evoke the image of a blood-tasting Nico in you (whatever that might be) or the burning desire to find out how Lucas dealt with the wild. Or one step further-when they actually give you the impulse to click on their post titles. In my previous post I suggested search engine marketing as […]