Want to crack the code of what's next in the Berlin startup scene? Learn from the founders who are putting a fight to make their ideas successful? Here is then the opportunity you were looking for!
Next Friday 8th of February the Friday at Six team will visit the Zoobe office for the Berlin Startup Tour! Since we are big fans of Derk Marseille, Dutch correspondent in Berlin and host of the Friday at Six show, we are really excited about it. He will be interviewing 4 Berlin startups CEOs for the afternoon, and if you know a bit Derk, you also know he always makes the right questions and he won't let go until he gets the right answers. On top of it, the tour counts with more than 50 highly positive reviews from previous guests, which is an amazing record of awesomeness.
So, if you are excited and curious about what is going on in the Berlin startup scene, the Friday at Six tour is a great way to get to know the new rising projects and hear first hand about the challenges and future plans those companies are facing. Find the event here.
For the March edition, here is the program:
- 13:15h - Roomsurfer, the social way to find accommodation with matching hosts around the world. Using your Facebook interests, you can find who has a spare room in the city you want to visit and is also crazy about the same things you love. With hosts offering their place starting from 5€ a night, they want to be the choice in between the likes of Couchsurfing and Airbnb. Derk's questions rejoice! The office is around Hackescher Markt.
- 15h - Zoobe, the creators of Zoobe Cam and Zoobe Cam Eve apps for iPhone. Both are a fantastic way to create fun and sweet video messages from your mobile, adding your voice and sending them in seconds to your friends, family and colleagues. Our founder Lenard F. Krawinkel will be answering all questions of Derk and explaining why we are the so called Ku'Damm startup. Among other exciting things, of course. Taking the S-bahn until Zoologischer Garten, you reach Kurfürstendamm.
- 16:45h - Somewhere, the recruitment service to find perfect cultural fits between professionals and companies. The job postings at Somewhere are non-conventional mix of pictures and quotes, so jobseekers can really understand what the project and the team are about and companies can showcase what matters to them. Find not simply a job but somewhere that fits you. A big challenge to achieve but an important one, having into account the upcoming talent wars that Berlin will soon face. Their office is in Kreuzberg, easily reachable with the U1 from Zoobe.
- 18h - 99designs, the online graphic design marketplace connects small and medium businesses (SMB) who need fast, affordable graphic design (logos, websites, marketing collateral, etc.) with a community of more than 200k graphic designers worldwide. Really interesting entry to the German market in August, now entering France and Italy, and based in Schlesische Str., in Kreuzberg, right ahead in the U1 line.