1. Ulala Chef
Food startup Ulala Chef wants to bring the quality of a restaurant to your home or party. When planning a party, you pick a menu that you like the best and a chef comes to your venue two hours before the party starts along with the fresh ingredients and cooks your meal fresh for you and your guests. Even after the party is over, don’t worry about cleaning the kitchen, as the chef will take care of that themselves. Agnieszka Górska, Co-founder & CEO of Ulala Chef, explained to us how it all works.
PROJECTS is a Berlin-based startup that wants to build the housing of the future. They offer beautifully-designed room and shared spaces with like-minded individuals, creating a sense of community. The housing as a service platform, closed an over €2m funding round at the end of 2018. Luca Bovone, founder & CEO of PROJECTS, told us more about their vision.
Qixxit is a travel planner that compares and combines train, plane, and long-distance bus journeys. They take care of the travel planning from you, so you have enough time to plan the things that are really important to you, such as the exciting parts of travelling. Qixxit analyses millions of air, rail and bus connections and intelligently combines the different modes of transport. Stefan Kellner, CEO of Qixxit, told us how they find the perfect itinerary for you and your trip.
YAIR is embodying the power of art in a liquid asset. Florian Braeunig, founder & CEO of YAIR, explained how they take the value of art and secure it with blockchain technology to make it available to a global community of collectors, traders and enthusiasts.