With the Financial Coach Zuper, you can keep an eye on your finances, make transfers and create budgets. The app gives you an overview of all your accounts and shows whether you live beyond your means or where you can save.
This week we invited 3 startup representatives to pitch on our show: Luca Bovone, founder & CEO of PROJECTS, Stefan Kellner, CEO of Qixxit, and Florian Braeunig, founder & CEO of Yair, all told us about their products and the problems that they are solving.
LAMA offers interviews as a service. The video interview platform is designed to help entrepreneurs and founders present themselves and learn from each other. All interview questions are curated by a professional journalist and presented on a single interview page.
In the livestock market, big producers, who have multiple farms in scattered locations, tend to have difficulties gathering real-time information and managing different locations with standardised processes and decisions. AgTech startup FarmCloud has therefore produced a real-time management solution for livestock farming on a big scale.
15toGo developed a decentralized app for group traveling. Users can personalize their profiles and network with others that share the same interests. They make it easier for users to travel with no hassle and at a more affordable price.
Do you want to recommend to your friend a new book that you recently read? And what if we told you that you can get paid for it? CoolBeez is a startup that developed a platform allowing everyone to generate affiliate links and become an influencer.
One of our broadest categories, startups, is about new and established European startups from across a range of different industries. This page provides content about the whole European startup landscape.The term ‘startup’ describes a recently founded company that is in the first phase of a company's lifecycle. The beginning of a successful startup often has an innovative idea coincided with low financial resources. Startups are therefore often looking for big investment to get their idea off the ground.Creating a successful startup requires, in addition to an innovative idea, the development of a scalable business model. Startups must also find a way to procure the required capital.There are four development phases of a startup. Seed phase: in the seed phase, capital is needed to implement the development of the business idea and assess whether the product is enforceable on the market. Startup phase: the company foundation initiates the startup phase and includes the completion of a marketable product and the subsequent rollout. Emerging growth: in this phase, rapid market penetration through targeted sales development is in the foreground. Expansion: if the business model is successful in the market, the company can make the next steps of expansion.This page offers access to articles about new and existing startups from a range of industries that are disrupting new markets, whether that be young entrepreneurs entering into the digital marketing world, or digital games that want to revolutionise the way we learn - this page is the place to find it all.
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