Search results for startups

  • Could startups find meaning in our photo streams?

    24/07/2014

    We're generating ever-increasing volumes of photos - so why isn't technology helping us find meaning in them?

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Mikko Hypponen: better digital security needs more European startups

    05/05/2014

    We've handed over our data to American companies, and given up our privacy with it. We need to understand what the threats are - and to build an European online world that keeps our data safe, says Mikko Hypponen of F-Secure.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • The “New Normal” in business: Why we need to teach a startup mindset – for succeeding in startups AND traditional companies

    This workshop aims at young companies searching for the right employees as well as at young professionals searching for their right fit in tech businesses. Besides, the workshop is also open for traditional companies who are keen to learn from a startup mindset – whether it’s the lean workflow or …

    By Marina Lenz

  • Why are European Startups so sexy?!

    Organized by the French-German Digital Club (DCFA) Join us for this panel discussion presenting leading european start-up CEOs and venture capitalists. Many successful examples show that european start-ups can become world leaders. But what are their secrets and keys to success? How do they lead their companies and how …

    By Marina Lenz

  • Berlin Startups: The Friendship Economy

    31/05/2012

    One of the main reasons why Berlin is such a fertile ground for startups is the willingness to support each other - the “Friendship Economy”. At NEXT Berlin 2012 Edial Dekker, Felix Petersen and David Noël discussed the issue together with Mike Butcher.

  • case studies – big data for startups in a post-digital world

    Post-digital is not anti-digital, and lot of the services that blur boundaries between the digital and real worlds are cloud-based.

    By Jens Rebke

  • Which money is best for Startups? VCs, Incubators or Business Angels?

    A selection of Germany’s most influential institutional and private investors argue about what kind of money a startup needs when and from whom. Proposal for further panel speaker: High-Tech Gründerfonds …

    By Jens Rebke

  • Apple, IBM and the startup opportunity

    22/07/2014

    Apple had another great quarter, but it's already sowing the seeds of dramatically better quarters to come…

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Technology isn’t the future, it’s the culture

    07/07/2014

    Technology is slowly ceasing to be something in its own right, as it becomes the very heart of our culture.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • The mobile don’t roam

    03/07/2014

    Mobile roaming just got a whole lot cheaper in Europe - and it's about to get cheaper yet.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • What’s the extortion price of stopping a DDoS?

    22/06/2014

    The FBI is on the trail of the startup-attacking DDoS attackers. But the criminals' demands are surprisingly slight…

    By Adam Tinworth

  • NEXT14 pitch winner to launch platform for cinemas

    09/05/2014

    By the end of May, the new cinema platform Cinepass will enter the market by offering moviegoers a service for all film theatres in one city. The inventors of Cinepass won the NEXT14 Start-up Pitch Award this week, despite strong competition from all over Europe.

    By Ina Feistritzer

  • The Future of branding and companies

    06/05/2014

    Is aspirational marketing dead? Can your business foster innovation - or does it crush it? Have you got stuck between two business models? NEXT14 explores the new normal for business

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Mobility and the connected car

    05/05/2014

    How could connected cars change our future - in fact, could we rethink urban transport completely? Four speakers explore this topic at NEXT14

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Preparing for the New Normal (Opening Session)

    05/05/2014

    Talks from Nils Wollny and Brigitte Zypries explore the future of culture - and the German economy.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Startup thinking: building businesses fit for the new normal

    28/04/2014

    Are we trying to manage 21st Century businesses with the management thinking of the 1800s? NEXT 14 speaker Lee Bryant thinks so - and he has solutions.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Glocalisation 101: Go global – talk local

    Points to consider when expanding beyond Germany/your local market The session is designed to provide entrepreneurs & startups with insights & tips on expanding beyond Germany/their local market. Special emphasis will be given to European vs. US expansion.

    By NEXT Berlin

  • Big news from the European Commission

    At NEXT14, the European Commission and their partners Startupbootcamp & Hub Institute will announce the launch of two European start-up initiatives! Isidro Laso Ballesteros is head of Sector and leads the Startup Europe Initiative at the European Commission. Isidro will present the Startup Europe initiative, the action plan from …

    By Marina Lenz

  • These Start-ups will pitch at NEXT14

    23/04/2014

    Start-ups from all over Europe applied for a presentation slot at NEXT14. 28 of them made it into the next round. Here they are!

    By Ina Feistritzer

  • Embrace Unfairness: it’s the very heart of disruption

    21/04/2014

    Attempts to hold back the rise of app-based taxi booking are the equivalent of the government going "it's not fair". Well, life isn't fair - and because that allows disruption, we should be grateful.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Filip Maertens

    Founder & CEO
    Argus Labs
  • Get ready to take on investors

    You’re raising your first round of investment and a professional investor is sitting across from you who has done it 200 times. Who’s got the power? Get a crash course in term sheet negotiations and take on the most experienced investors. What Is Investment Lab? An entertaining and educational …

    By René Daher

  • Jonas Piela

    CEO
    Avuba
  • The new normal between start-ups and corporations

    Why corporates should collaborate with startups and how they can benefit from each other: Many large companies are willing to integrate the innovative power and entrepreneurial thinking of startups and want to work with them. They offer different models of cooperation: Funding, Accelerator programs, Incubators, Partnerships, media for equity …

    By René Daher