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Why Berlin is leading the way for entrepreneurs

Written by Julie Meyer on Thursday, 04 December 2014.

These days, when someone asks me where I live, I tell them it's seat 2B on a British Airways flight en route to a city in Europe or Africa. Along with Amit Pau, the managing director of my firm, I'm building EntrepreneurCountry Global to help non-technology mid to large enterprises to embrace their digital future.

IBM Opens Up Endless Possibilities For Entrepreneurs

on Tuesday, 19 August 2014.

IBM are passionate about building an entrepreneurial ecosystem, and we are delighted that they have become a global founding partner of entrepreneurcountry. IBM share the entrepreneurcountry ethos and are committed to supporting global entrepreneurs.

Tado takes on Google-owned Nest

on Tuesday, 29 July 2014.

The battle to solve the world's energy crisis is hotting up as companies compete to find innovative solutions to common household inefficiencies.

BitXatm to bring 1000 bitcoin ATMs to America

on Tuesday, 29 July 2014.

The digital currency bitcoin is experiencing a global boom, and Germany's BitXatm is looking to capitalise on it. The Munich-based startup is aiming to create the largest bitcoin ATM network in the US, having partnered with Californian startup CryptVision.

Wywy embraces Ecosystem Economics to go global

on Tuesday, 29 July 2014.

Breaking into the US marketplace in any industry is no easy task. But one startup from Germany is subverting that trend and has started to make tangible headway across the Atlantic following an ambitious acquisition.

Interview with Raffaela Rein, Founder of CareerFoundry

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Tuesday, 29 July 2014.

Raffaela is founder and CEO of CareerFoundry, Europe's leading CPD (continued professional development) platform for the tech industry. Before CF, Raffaela helped found three e-commerce companies for Rocket Internet in South East Asia (in China, Australia, Taiwan) and has consulted companies such as Etsy and Axel Springer as a Partner at Satorion Partners. I spoke to her about CareerFoundy and its attempts to revolutionise education and employment. 

Sebastian Diemer and the rise of Kreditech

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Friday, 25 July 2014.

Kreditech is an innovative new business located in Hamberg, Germany . Sebastian Diemer is a serial entrepreneur whose rise to prominence has been both swift and impressive. The 26-year old is a graduate of the London School of Economics, following which he held the position as Global Expansion Manager at the Berlin-headquartered Rocket Internet. Now he has his sights set on becoming "The Amazon of Consumer Lending" through his latest start-up.

Start-up Profile: Maker Cloud, Berlin

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Saturday, 19 July 2014.

Maker Cloud is an open, community-driven manufacturer directory, where makers, start-ups and inventors can get access to, share and ask for maker-proven manufacturers for plastic, metal, wood, fabric and electronic parts. Maker Cloud gives even the smallest town a platform to compile and share its manufacturing responsibilities and opportunities. Their mission is to simplify manufacturing and to empower passionate makers to disrupt the product paradigm of the old mass manufacturing mind set.

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Why Berlin is leading the way for entrepreneurs

by Julie Meyer

These days, when someone asks me where I live, I tell them it's seat 2B on a British Airways flight en route to a city in Europe or Africa. Along with Amit Pau, the managing director of my firm, I'm building EntrepreneurCountry Global to help non-technology mid to large enterprises to embrace their digital future.

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Orderbird: revolutionising Europe's restaurant scene

by Amit Pau

Berlin-based startup Orderbird has just secured an extra investment thought to run into millions of Euros, marking the next stage in the company's remarkable expansion in the European restaurant sector.

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Interview with Raffaela Rein, Founder of CareerFoundry

by EntrepreneurCountry Global

Raffaela is founder and CEO of CareerFoundry, Europe's leading CPD (continued professional development) platform for the tech industry. Before CF, Raffaela helped found three e-commerce companies for Rocket Internet in South East Asia (in China, Australia, Taiwan) and has consulted companies such as Etsy and Axel Springer as a Partner at Satorion Partners. I spoke to her about CareerFoundy and its attempts to revolutionise education and employment. 

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Why Silicon Valley is disconnected from European Entrepreneurs

by Sina Afra

Every time I visit Silicon Valley – very regularly since 2005 – I recognize how little of a role Europe plays over there. The discussion order goes like this: First Silicon Valley, then the rest of the USA. Followed by China and rest of Asia. Next level is Brazil, and finally Europe. I do not dare to talk about Germany, England, CEE or Turkey in particular. Europe is in one pool – in the view of Silicon Valley.

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What’s The Fuss About The Mittelstand?

by Robert Craven

The UK's medium-sized businesses are told to emulate the Mittelstand. Emulating Germany's medium-sized, mostly family-owned businesses is seen as the way to boost growth, jobs and exports. While the Mittelstand is identified and recognised in Germany, there doesn't appear to be such clarity of definition or recognition for the UK's medium-sized businesses.

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Why the Euro Area Needs a Banking Union

by Ian Stewart

The worst appears to be past for the euro area. The region is slowly heading out of recession. Fears that the single currency might break up have largely abated. But things are a long way from normal. One example is the way in which Europe's single market in banking has weakened under the stress of the financial crisis.

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