In years to come, citizens will not only have the option to get a bus or a train to work in the morning; they’ll also be able to jump aboard an air taxi. This is what Alex Zosel, co-founder and chief innovation advisor of German aviation startup Volocopter, imagines life will look like in the […]
On the morning of Tuesday 2nd July the familiar thump of techno music, the smell of vegan burgers and a number of studious-looking techies were emerging from an abandoned-looking industrial complex on Nalepastraße in former East Berlin. Tech Open Air (TOA), Berlin’s largest interdisciplinary technology festival, was back in full swing. Located at culture venue […]
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Yours truly recently sat down with Swedish fintech scale-up Klarna‘s co-founder and CEO, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, for a good chat about building an international financial services powerhouse out of Stockholm. The video was recorded at the TOA (Tech Open Air) conference in Berlin, and is now all yours to enjoy.
At the recent (and awesome) Tech Open Air festival in Berlin, I had a very interesting on-stage fireside chat with Dominik Richter, one of the founders and chief executive of HelloFresh. Later, I had a chance of recording a video interview with the entrepreneur in a friggin’ spaceship, which was of course impossible to decline […]
The Tech Open Air festival in Berlin is around the corner, and later this year the organisers are heading to Los Angeles for its first event in the US. Before all that, the team behind TOA is today announcing that it has raised funding from a large group of investors – mostly Berlin’s startup founder […]
Tech Open Air, the interdisciplinary technology conference and festival, comes to Funkhaus Berlin next month with more than 7,000 attendees and 80 speakers.