Category Archives: entrepreneurship

Uber in Wien

Der Limousinen-Pickup-Service kommt endlich nach Wien. In San Francisco probiert, für gut befunden und gehört weitergesagt. 2009 in San Francisco gegründet, ist Uber bereits weltweit in 70+ Städten und über 25 Ländern erfolgreich unterwegs und ermöglicht Menschen von A nach … Continue reading

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Through The Night With Garri Kasparow And Peter Thiel

Part I Part II Part III Part IV

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Asking questions

There is a variety of entities that make up “great people”. I hate to say so, but there are people who are more enjoyable to talk to than others and there are people who are nice and some that are … Continue reading

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Why Tech Journalists should become Tech Entrepreneurs

For a little more than a year I’ve been an occassional contributor to TechCrunch Europe and there are several things I’ve learned. I am miles away from being a professional journalist, largely due to the fact that I’ve never went … Continue reading

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STARTEurope meets Alpbach

I’ve recently written an article about an initiative by a bunch of entrepreneurial students in Vienna, called STARTeurope, on TechCrunch. I attended one of their events for the first time and had been positively suprised by their efforts and enthusiasm … Continue reading

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Yoose launches mobile couponing… two years later

YOOSE, a Berlin-based mobile coupon startup, just launched into their public beta phase. The idea behind Yoose is to provide a multi-level distribution platform for Coupon publishers, such as local businesses or larger firms that plan to target specific campaigns … Continue reading

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New forms of funding

People who read this blog might be aware of ordinary forms of financing startups, such as Venture Capital. Rather famous Internet celebrities argue that to a certain extent the VC model is not quite adquate anymore. There is no more … Continue reading

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Why people that suck don’t do startups

I’ve had experience with several startups (and corporations called hospitals) and one thing I’ve noticed is, that founders or early employees are rarely dumbasses. This is different in corporations. small vs. large Working or being in a larger collective of … Continue reading

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123sonography launches e-learning platform for physicians

Aside from the plethora of startups targeting web-savvy end-consumers, there’s also little known companies that are equally relevant in their particular niche. And whenever there are entrepreneurs building ideas they often (or ideally) do this out of a desire to … Continue reading

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Garmz.com launches as a fashion game changer

Garmz, a fashion startup that just launched in public beta after months of preparation, aims to change how fashion is being produced and distributed from the ground up. Besides having a nicely designed User interface, the startup wants to disrupt … Continue reading

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