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Pando: Sources: Vegas-based Work In Progress co-work space is shutting its doors
Organic is better is more sustainable // Vegas Downtown Project // have a framework (macroprudential policy), but don't pick winners, cities, regions, ... roundabouts. // semiconductor boom bust in scotland, outside glasgow, area - via tax breaks (ie IBM spango vallye)
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
"Go Butler": So will das deutsche Start-up in den USA überleben - SPIEGEL ONLINE
"Ich habe keine Ahnung, wie die je profitabel werden wollen" [...] Andere Concierge-Services haben sich vom Gute-Fee-Modell bereits verabschiedet: Der amerikanische Konkurrent Magic verlangt seit Kurzem die happige Gebühr von 100 Dollar für jede Stunde, die seine "Magicians" an der Wunscherfüllung arbeiten. [ 61 Minutes] Heute verdient das Unternehmen 70 bis 80 Prozent seines Umsatzes mit Firmenkunden. Eine Beratungsfirma etwa lässt "Sixtyone Minutes" ihre gehetzten Consultants von lästigem Alltagskram entlasten. [ < marginal propensity 2 consume higher as cost of time is higher! ie business consultants, researchers, executives and directors ]
personal  assistant  Facebook  augmented  intelligence  AI  Google  Now  on  Tap  Google  Now  artificial  intelligence  Google  Search  mobile  homescreen  business  model  marginal  cost  margin  marginal  propensity  to  consume  Siri  Facebook  Messenger  Apple  Google  Inc.  Microsoft  Cortana  Go  Butler  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe: Hauptstadt der notorischen Schwarzfahrer - SPIEGEL ONLINE
[ symptom, poor man's tax evasion. ] Flüchtlingschaos, Behördenversagen - und jetzt das: Zehntausende Berliner fahren ohne Ticket mit U- und S-Bahnen durch die Metropole. Im Gefängnis Plötzensee soll fast jeder dritte Häftling ein verurteilter notorischer Schwarzfahrer sein. //& Der Rechtsstaat kann nicht einfach sagen: Manche Taten lassen wir folgenlos. Denn dann führt er sich selbst ad absurdum. Ein Kommentar. - - Der Schwarzfahrer schädigt die Gemeinschaft // via
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Kommentar zur Berliner Landespolitik: Berlin, die kaputtgesparte Stadt | Politik - Berliner Zeitung
[ Berlin doesn't have the local income (taxation from businesses and wealthy) potential for its size compared to other cities. Still the effect of Berlin's history. There is a reason why Call Centres and artists/creative opened shop in Berlin, not Boutique banks and other industries post-reunification ... ] In der Lageso-Krise zeigt sich, dass Berlin noch immer unter den Sparzwängen früherer Jahre leidet. Die Stadt braucht eine Neuorientierung. Nicht nur in der Flüchtlingsfrage.
Berlin  austerity  taxation  German  reunification  Schuldenbremse  Fiscal  Pact  Germany  refugee  crisis  LaGeSo 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Failed Stadt Berlin: So reagieren Leser auf den SPIEGEL-ONLINE-Kommentar - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Flüchtlingschaos, Ärger in Schulen und auf Ämtern - Berlin ist als Stadt gescheitert: Mit diesem Befund sorgte SPIEGEL ONLINE für Aufruhr. Leser und andere Medien schreiben: Es ist sogar viel schlimmer. //&! Berlins Verwaltung funktioniert nicht - in der Flüchtlingskrise, in den Schulen, in den Bürgerämtern. Die Stadt verschwendet Geld, den Regierenden fehlt das Format. -
Berlin  LaGeSo  Germany  refugee  crisis  Schuldenbremse  Fiscal  Pact  austerity  immigration  Sozialpolitik  Integrationspolitik  BER 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Flüchtlinge in Berlin: Ist das dieses "Wir schaffen es nicht"? - Kolumne - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Die Lage vor dem Amt soll abschrecken Die Verantwortlichen wären Lageso-Präsident Franz Allert und Mario Czaja (CDU), Berlins Senator für Gesundheit und Soziales. Es wäre, neben sehr vielen grundlegenden Dingen, auch Kleinkram, den sie tun könnten, um die Situation zu verbessern. Die Leute nachts in die Zelte lassen, zum Beispiel. Viele von denen, die täglich hier helfen, gehen davon aus, dass es politischer Wille ist: Die Lage vor dem Amt soll abschrecken.
LaGeSo  Berlin  refugee  crisis  Germany  Angela  Merkel 
november 2015 by asterisk2a
How Legal Immigration Failed Silicon Valley | TechCrunch
Our immigration system hinders entrepreneurship, innovation and productivity. Success in the tech industry, where whole new job categories are created overnight, requires deep familiarity with trends, products and technologies. Learning opportunities abound — if you’re willing to transition to new roles, educate yourself, work on different products or switch companies altogether. Building your own startup, or even joining one, can be the best career move; it offers remarkable potential for growth by wearing multiple hats in an expanding organization. The labor market benefits from this flexibility not just with an improved and adaptable workforce, but also one that creates jobs. The immigration process impedes all these possibilities. [...] [ reset process when switching companies ] [...] And that’s not even the worst part. If you get laid off, you must leave the country. Immediately. [...] Try telling your VC you spent $25,000 of their $1 million funding on immigration fees
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Movinga vs. Movago – wer ist hier das Copycat? | Gründerszene
German start-ups copy each other now ... It's not the Samwer Brothers anymore, they have already lots on their existing plate (made up of copycats). Add the credit bubble, public market distortions and free cash that is flushing around put into seed rounds, as enabler. #Facepalm // smart heads, small opportunist ideas, x for y locally here in z.
Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  copycat  Samwer  Brothers  2015  credit  bubble  hunt  for  yield  distortion  Private  Market  Silicon  Valley  Germany  culture  Failure  stigma  entrepreneurship  wantrepreneur  execution  creative  destruction  disruption  disrupting  markets  counter  culture 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
Why Europe Hates US Internet Giants In Six Charts | Monday Note
But when it comes to the digital revolution, European structures, mentality and inward-looking conservatism played against the innovation thrust.
Europe  Start-Up  Scene  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Failure  R&D  University  ecosystem  STEM  risk  aversion  stigma  Germany  culture  Silicon  Valley 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
#TOA Interview with Fred Wilson & Brad Burnham of Union Square Ventures - YouTube
mi 32 - lack of adoption of SV model: no politics, execution, results driven, value creation, accepting Failure as outcome (culture of Stigma in EU and Germany) // min 36 - oh hi there world - buy into the company! a partner, strategic joint venture. shared economic interest, own platform by publishers! // miss-allocation of capital ! // hard things about hard things - Pivot, layoff vs running out of money not finding product/market fit & traction // early on its only hunch & gut based. // #TOA15: ¨Are the Germans Unable to Disrupt?¨ with Christoph Keese (Axel Springer SE) - - its abt value creation, value add, redesigning of value, chains, product, data. Big corps cant disrupt itself. especially not by committee. Legacy companies unlikely 2 survive bc of patterns 2 stick 2 the conventional & fail than fail with unconventional & look like a fool (risk aversion, Failure in the public eye). Book "Silicon Valley: Was aus dem mächtigsten Tal der Welt auf uns zukommt"
Europe  Start-Up  Scene  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Failure  incrementalism  incremental  value  creation  added  value  Core  Product  Proposition  intangible  value  Mittelstand  SME  SMB  Proposition  Venture  Capital  oh  hi  there  world  Fred  Wilson  London  Scene  Wall  Street  shareholder  value  profit  maximisation  book  ecosystem  distortion  asset  allocation  Germany  Europe  industrial  policy  Revolution  2.0  STEM  3D  printing  Software  Is  Eating  The  automation  automotive  Big  Data  Robotics  business  consumer  disrupting  markets  disruption  creative  destruction  Pivot  Product/Market  Fit  traction  self-awareness  MVP  Minimal  Viable  Product  Lean  Start-Up  timing  Internet  Privacy  Privacy 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
#TOA15 Interview with Amit Karp, Ciaran O’Leary, Felix Petersen and Robin Wauters - YouTube
Very connected, fluid, enabled by infrastructure & networking. &! // &! - #TOA15 Interview with Christoph Keese (Axel Springer) - Germany good at incrementalism. A to B. Industry not willing to disrupt itself, give away existing shrinking pie - for bigger pie. unwilling to break up and upwards (value add) existing products/processes/value chain (legacy) for better. << Axel Springer digital ventures (VC arm). &! #TOA15: ¨Are the Germans Unable to Disrupt?¨ with Christoph Keese (Axel Springer SE) - --- its about value creation, value add, redesigning of value, chains, product, data, ... big corps can't disrupt itself. especially not by committee. Legacy companies unlikely to survive because of pattern to stick to the conventional and fail, than fail with unconventional and look like a fool. (risk aversion, Failure in the public eye) -- book -- "Silicon Valley: Was aus dem mächtigsten Tal der Welt auf uns zukommt"
Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  ecosystem  Venture  Capital  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  London  Scene  Germany  Mittelstand  SME  SMB  incrementalism  incremental  disruption  creative  destruction  Blue  Ocean  innovator  innovation  competitive  competition  competitiveness  competitive  advantage  BMW  FinTech  autonomous  car  self-driving  cars  Exportweltmeister  Audi  Manufacturing  Industrial  Revolution  2.0  policy  STEM  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  Robotics  automation  Platform  Marketplace  Big  Data  book  added  value  value  creation  banking  Core  Product  Proposition  Proposition  intangible  value  cost  of  ownership  Industry  Tesla  Motors  Apple  Google  Inc.  Alphabet  Inc.  Silicon  Valley  Start-Up  advice  Start-Up  lesson  outsider  economic  history  Wall  Street  short-term  view  short-term  thinking  shareholder  value  profit  maximisation  commodity  business  commoditization  Failure  culture  stigma  3D  printing  Siemens  SAP  automotive 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Survivors | Bothsides of the Table
Failure. To most people it smells. People are afraid of it. It’s like cancer or divorce. When you have it you find you who your true friends are because they’re the ones who double down on helping, on being available, on listening, on understanding. Most people run from failure or disease because they’re hard to handle. Hard to know how to deal with. Awkward. But I am attracted to those who have had severe set-backs in life because it tells you something about the mettle of the person with whom you’re dealing. It reminds me of a famous quote in one of my favorite novel’s “Damage” by Josephine Hart “Damaged people are dangerous. They know they can survive.” [...] closed up shop at the very first hurdle. I wouldn’t work with him again. [...] Honor is what I’m looking for. How you failed is significantly more important than if you failed. [play the long-game = relationships, trust, network [ character, live life 4 ur eulogy, not CV, not bank account - & ]
Failure  entrepreneurship  Hustle  culture  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  life  hacker  life  lesson  philosophy  adversity  pattern  matching  pattern  recognition  bias  confirmation  bias  Venture  Capital  selection  bias  perseverance  of  You  career  advice  career  ladder  courage  character  book  Start-Up  advice  Start-Up  lesson  entrepreneur  long-term  Networking  Gary  Vaynerchuk  ecosystem  community 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Holgi, Martin Delius: BER für Eilige - YouTube // review of big public infrastructure investments concluded, always go overboard and go on for too long when no proven construction consortium is behind it. local government and federal government didn't like the price (high) they were given from proven construction consortium/conglomerates. thus "we will wing it alone, even cheaper and in our time frame" [personal career politician EGO project] (federal & local government) and rely on regional and national small companies to build everything for us, and we can also squeeze them a little for lower prices. //
BER  Berlin  Brandenburg  Airport  infrastructure  investment  Career  Politicians  Ego  No  Representation  accountability  transparency  Germany  infrastructure 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
'Affordable' shared ownership flat in Hackney on the market for £1m | Money | The Guardian
>> Edinburgh is expensive too. Then comes Glasgow as option. But Manchester better because of start-ups already there and MediaCity UK-BBC and Northern Powerhouse initiatives.
London  Start-up  Scene  London  affordable  housing  cost  of  living  cost  of  entry  cost  of  ownership  barriers  to  entry  advice  lesson  UK  burn  rate  runway  Berlin  Scene 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Anti-Angel-Gesetz: Auch die CDU schießt gegen Schäubles Pläne | Gründerszene
Die Lage ist schon jetzt nicht rosig. Die Zahl der Unternehmensgründungen geht zurück – die Liquidationen übersteigen bereits seit 2012 die Neugründungen. Zudem sind die Wagniskapital-Investitionen rückläufig. „Die wenigen Risikokapitalgeber jetzt zusätzlich durch drohende Gewinnbesteuerungen von einer möglichen Investition abzuschrecken, ist äußerst kontraproduktiv“, [...] Das Finanzministerium verteidigt sich. Bei der Reform gehe es darum, ein Steuerschlupfloch zu stopfen, das durch Änderungen bei der Dividendenbesteuerung im Jahr 2013 entstanden sei. Außerdem gebe es weiterhin einen Steuernachlass für Investoren in Startups. [ ja und die grossen konzerne? ] [...] Um den Startup-Standort Deutschland attraktiver zu machen, fordert der CDU-Wirtschaftsrat eine Etablierung von Wachstumsfonds für Startups und einen verbesserten Zugang zu Wagniskapital.
Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  tax  code  Venture  Capital  Angel  Investor  Seed  Round  tax  evasion  tax  avoidance  Wolfgang  Schäuble  Angela  Merkel  GroKo  Germany  Mittelstand  entrepreneurship  entrepreneur  entrepreneurial  Failure  society  stigma  SME  SMB  national  interest  creative  destruction  Software  Is  Eating  The  World 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Gründer-Interviews: Was London kann und Berlin nicht hat | Gründerszene
Auch sie hält es für wahrscheinlicher, nach San Francisco zu ziehen als zurück nach Deutschland. Eine Zeit lang habe sie zwar Jobs bei Startups in Berlin gesucht – aber niemand habe genug Geld gezahlt. Für ein Unternehmen mit einer starken Idee hätte sie das vielleicht in Kauf genommen, sagt sie. Aber: „Ich hatte damals den Eindruck, dass viele Startups in Deutschland nicht international skalierbar sind, oder sein wollten, und habe deshalb schnell das Interesse verloren.“ [...] Am Ende war Berlin der Standort, wo wir am meisten Entwicklungspotenzial gesehen haben.“ Es sei spannend, dass das Startup-Ökosystem in Berlin noch relativ jung ist [...] lobt die noch „sehr junge“ Berliner Szene. Die deutsche Stadt habe wahrscheinlich das „am schnellstwachsende Ökosystem Europas.“ Er ist überzeugt: „Wir werden hier sicherlich bald das Zentrum für Internet-Startups in Europa sein.“ [ copycats and wantrepreneurs chasing small ideas ]
Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  London  Scene  copycat  Silicon  Valley  FinTech  cost  of  living  cost  of  entry  burn  rate  runway  war  for  talent  quality  of  life  living  standard  standard  of  living 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Creative young Brits are quitting London for affordable Berlin | World news | The Guardian
More and more burnt-out Londoners are embracing the laid-back cool – and much lower cost of living – of the German capital [...] Her decision to leave London was mainly a financial one. “I was working seven days a week and paying £800 for a shared flat in Lewisham. We kept moving further and further into south-east London, until I felt I needed to leave entirely. I’m part of a big exodus; I know many people who have moved from east London to south-east London and then to Berlin. [...] Agora is one of many “co-working hubs” that have sprung up in the city, created for the ever-growing startup community (by 2020 an estimated 100,000 jobs are set to be generated by Berlin startups). Agora is one of many expat bubbles, catering to the ever-growing number of digital nomads. [...] I was just exhausted all the time. You go home to your expensive flat, but end up just sleeping in it, and then go back to work. There’s just more time here.” [...] In London, its office work, bars, sleep, repeat.
Manchester  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  ecosystem  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  London  Scene  affordable  housing  quality  of  life  noise  pollution  air  pollution  well  being  happiness  index  chronic  stress  housing  market  social  housing  UK  living-standard  living  environment  standard  of  living  city  living  urbanisation  work  environment  4-day  work  week  6-hour  work  day  Start-Up  advice  barriers  to  entry  cost  of  living  cost  of  entry  Start-Up  lesson  San  Francisco  bootstraped  bootstrapping  bootstrapped  Silicon  Valley  New  York  Start-Up  Scene  Los  Angeles  Start-Up  Scene  Palo  Alto  Mountain  View 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
ProSiebenSat.1 und Axel Springer: Doch keine Fusion - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Die Medienkonzerne Axel Springer und ProSiebenSat.1 werden doch nicht fusionieren. Es soll zwar eine Zusammenarbeit bei digitalen Start-ups geben - darüber hinaus ist Firmenangaben zufolge aber keine weitere Kooperation geplant. [...] Digitale Geschäftsideen und Start-ups wollten die beiden Unternehmen künftig aber gemeinsam fördern, teilten sie am Mittwoch in Berlin und München mit. Man wolle gemeinsam in Unternehmen und Fonds investieren, bestehende Förderprogramme vernetzen und neuen Unternehmen Werbemöglichkeiten gegen Firmenbeteiligungen zur Verfügung stellen. [ Institutional Venture Capital investment in start-ups for help with advertising, branding, communications etc. ]
Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Axel  Springer  ProSiebenSat.1  media  conglomerate  ecosystem  Venture  Capital 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Scottish fantasy sport firm FanDuel plans expansion - BBC News
>> London Expensive, Silicon Valley (SF, Mountain View, Palo Alto), NY prohibitively expensive to run a start-up out of solely. The next best cities are probably, in UK; Glasgow and Manchester. Edinburgh still more expensive than both and commuting is for most unavoidable. Keep in mind, (1) UK wide housing shortage - lowest rate of new builds over decades, and (2) also quality of life/health lower in noisy polluted over crowded London with the long commute, and (3) Aberdeen is 2nd most expensive city of UK, bc Oil drove up the prices.
FanDuel  London  Start-up  Scene  Edinburgh  Silicon  Valley  cost  of  living  cost  of  entry  barriers  to  entry  Venture  Capital  ecosystem  Berlin  Scene  Manchester  UK  lesson  advice  quality  of  life  noise  pollution  air  pollution  commuting 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Cities for Tomorrow 2015 - The Next Silicon Valley - YouTube
SV had intrinsic motivation and drive of counter culture. Berlin & Co. do not have that. Wannabes, copycats, lawyers (Samwer Brothers). // Need next to capital and talent also cheerleaders. // Ability to Fail publicly! Problem in Germany and Europe. Socially and by law. Disastrous bankruptcy laws depending on company formation. // &! expensive cities! cost of living. prohibitive! burn rate thus runway shorter, more pressure on all to meet milestones before money runs out. companies die because of such, not enough time to find the magic formula. &! mercenary culture in hiring engineering, switching after 2 years.
Silicon  Valley  London  Start-up  Scene  Berlin  Scene  Israel  ecosystem  counter  culture  economic  history  technological  history  Failure  Germany  society  Gesellschaft  burn  rate  runway  war  for  talent  cost  of  living  lesson  advice  Fred  Wilson 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
#TOA14 Interview with Julie Meyer (CEO & Founder, Ariadne Capital) - YouTube
(1) why not to go to Palo Alto (2) money will find you if you are good enough/traction. // &! Enterprise Connect Presents: Raising Finance; Top Tips From Industry Experts (Highlights) - // &! Lecture 9 How to Raise Money Marc Andreessen, Ron Conway, Parker Conrad -
Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  traction  Focus  Product/Market  Fit  MVP  Minimal  Viable  Product  viral  coefficient  Net  Promoter  Score  network  effect  Venture  Capital  hunt  for  yield  Seed  Round  A  Round  Angel  Investor  London  Scene  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Networking 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Sheryl Sandberg - Mobile Uploads - - "We're women from different parts of the globe, now living and working in the tech centre of Europe - Berlin. Our skills cover design, marketing, communications and development, so you're in good hands." -
Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  Women  in  Tech  STEM  Silicon  Valley 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
The Backyard Effect: Finding The Secret Sauce For Growing An Entrepreneurial Ecosystem | TechCrunch
It may take some time to uncover, but every region has a secret sauce. I call it the Backyard Effect. It’s when a region embraces and connects its unique assets to foster startup success. // [ Berlin; natural growth better with some hands-off subsidies? Instead of heavy state subsidies that raise all, even the losers and not so good ... noise in the system. also reform in Germany; bankruptcy law/insolvency law and formation of start-ups (choice of business entity form - see US Delaware C corp - without the incentive and loopholes to avoid taxes) ]
economies  of  scale  economies  of  agglomeration  microeconomies  microeconomic  policy  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Silicon  Valley  Silicon  Alley  New  York  Start-Up  Scene  ecosystem  meritocracy  meritocratic 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
Thoughts on Microsoft acquiring Berlin's 6Wunderkinder
[5x] Second of all, the purchase price range reported by the WSJ is very broad. There’s a world of difference between selling a company that has raised around $25 million in capital for $100 million or for $200 million – for the founders and its financial backers, no matter what stage they’ve invested in. [...] I agree with people who said this is a great deal for the early investors, the company’s founders, and the Berlin startup ecosystem in general. There’s absolutely no question that it is. At the same time, I can’t help but think 6Wunderkinder could (should?) have been bigger and bolder. [It is and will not be a unicorn, duh, if it were it would have shown. probably traction, m/m growth (incl churn) did taper off below double digit space while everything else stayed the same.] // My Q. from the posted cap table; It seems employees do not get a piece of the cake. Didnt get equity when they joined? Same 4 Rocket Internet, ppl got offered 2buy before IPO, everyone said no thanku.
6Wunderkinder  Wunderlist  Microsoft  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  ecosystem  SAAS  subscription  model  freemium  termsheet  dilution  liquidation  preferences  Rocket  Internet  IPO 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
Berlin And Tel Aviv Should Work Better Together | TechCrunch
There are a lot of startups in Israel that have an immense potential, while Berlin is full of venture capital looking for deal-flow. So why are there almost no European investors in success stories like Meerkat? Why do barely any Israeli startups consider European money? And looking at investors actively looking for deal-flow in Israel, where is Berlin’s Early Bird, Point Nine Capital, Atlantic Capital? Where are the London-based VCs that are most active in Berlin like Index Ventures or Accel Partners? At the same time the Berlin investor community is eagerly looking for deal-flow as far away as Silicon Valley, when amazing companies are built just in front of our European noses. Israel is just three-and-a-half hours away. It’s as close to Berlin as Spain, and certainly much closer than America. From the perspective of a Berlin founder who got to know the Tel Aviv tech community, something here doesn’t make sense.
Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  ecosystem  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  London  Scene 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Daniel Priestley on High Performance Environments. - YouTube
nurture over nature // hire A players from who you can learn! // accelerated learning, sharing, helping, ... // &! Is Your Peer Group Holding You Back? - Thought Of The Week - "average of 5 people you surround yourself with"
career  advice  environment  work  environment  living  environment  Silicon  Valley  ecosystem  personal  development  workplace  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  HR  human  resources  business  management  team  management  network  effect  Networking  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Success  London  Scene  accelerated  learning  culture  failure  society  peer  pressure  peer  group  accountability 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Startup Tips From Serial Entrepreneur Loic Le Meur | Revolution Season 3 | BrianSolisTV - YouTube
protectionism = not sharing and NDA's and being secretive. // MVP & Product-Market/Fit times execution is everything! And being flexible, learn and apply as you walk. You business plan and 3 year projections are worth nothing, contribute nothing. Lean, evidence based start-up !!! evidence based, traction, feedback loop, ... // ecosystem = walked the walk, thus I can talk and teach and advice. EU has not lots of walkers.
Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  wantrepreneur  entrepreneurship  ecosystem  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  London  Scene  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  culture  society  failure 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Immobilien: Wohnungspreise steigen schneller als die Mieten - SPIEGEL ONLINE
In Relation zum Kaufpreis lässt sich in diesen Städten mit den Mieteinnahmen bisweilen kaum noch Rendite erwirtschaften. Viele Käufer werden offenbar allein von der Aussicht auf weitere Preissteigerungen angelockt - die klassische Definition einer Spekulationsblase.
hunt  for  yield  fear  anxiety  Betongold  Beton  Gold  Germany  speculative  bubbles  speculative  property  bubble  ZIRP  NIRP  QE  asset  allocation  ECB  recovery  sovereign  debt  crisis  PIGS  economic  history  Europe  gentrification  Gentrified  Berlin  urbanisation  urban  planning  ROI 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Why Silicon Valley Will Continue to Rule — Backchannel — Medium
“You can’t really understand what is going on now without understanding what came before.” Steve Jobs is explaining why, as a young man, he spent so much time with the Silicon Valley entrepreneurs a generation older, men like Robert Noyce, Andy Grove, and Regis McKenna. [...] He who lives to see two or three generations is like a man who sits some time in the conjurer’s booth at a fair, and witnesses the performance twice or thrice in succession. The tricks were meant to be seen only once, and when they are no longer a novelty and cease to deceive, their effect is gone. History, Jobs understood, gave him a chance to see — and see through — the conjurer’s tricks before they happened to him, so he would know how to handle them. [...] To invent the future, you must understand the past. [...] the Valley’s past matters today and that the lessons of history can take innovation further.
Silicon  Valley  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  ecosystem  history  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  entrepreneur  entrepreneurial  entrepreneurship  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Rocket Internet übernimmt Berliner Wellness-Plattform Somuchmore | Gründerszene
[ Copycats. Problem mit copycats ist, das es keinen Druchbruch/IPO geben wird der +500 mitarbeiter in Berlin beschaeftigt und somit nicht zum vergroessern des ecosystems beitraegt. Opportunisten sind keine Visionaere. Dieses ding ist auch wieder ein marketplace/pooling/convenience/economies of scale/disposable income ding. Macht X effizienter und spart dem einen oder anderen ein wenig Geld. Aber um die Welt wird es nicht gehen, und auch nicht veraendern. "Dent in the universe." Weil kaufen tuts nur wer sich es leisten kann. ] // Rocket Internet hat mal wieder zugelangt. Diesmal in der Heimatstadt Berlin: Die Samwer-Firmenschmiede übernimmt das Wellness-Startup Somuchmore. Das vermittelt Kurse für Yoga, Meditation, Pilates, Tanz, Kampfkunst, Fitness, Gesundheit, Ernährung oder persönliche Weiterentwicklung im Monatsabo an die Kunden.
ClassPass  Rocket  Internet  Europe  Start-Up  Scene  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Silicon  Valley  Germany  culture  society  Failure  stigma  opportunist  Opportunism  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  Samwer  Brothers  marketplace  efficiencies  disposable  income  Vision 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
The Facebook Effect (On Real Estate Prices) | TechCrunch
The Wall Street Journal had a story on this yesterday: space is so tight that tech companies are paying north of $90 a square foot in Mountain View. Those are Manhattan skyscraper prices for 1980s-era suburban office parks. It is like running the entire industry on the physical equivalent of MS-DOS. You can either scale the physical infrastructure of the region or you can move the jobs. I favor doing both, but it seems obvious that the world is on an inexorable path towards mass urbanization and that the type of creative and collaborative work done in the industry today favors density. The younger generation in tech understands that in a knowledge-based economy, the value of what is created in Silicon Valley both economically and culturally is in the network. It depends upon who we can bring and include here — not in physical assets like a piece of land or a home. [...] elastic housing supply is supportive of economic growth, especially urban/metropolitan areas of dense eco activity
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Churchill Club: Max Levchin and Sarah Lacy - YouTube
1:01:50 - need ecosystem; universities, seed and angels, experience, exits, support system w experience, fall back companies (publicly traded) where failed entrepreneurs can get a job within some months - and not per se an acquire - but european economic free labour movement should enable that - to move for a new job after failure to get work in london paris amsterdam or stockholm etc etc, culture, society, infrastructure, // will take 2-3 further decades // 2015 SV got +30 years of experience, to do technology start-ups.
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
Max Niederhoffer - European Venture Capital | Silicon Real - YouTube
Sunstone Capital - "European early stage venture capital firm" - // was Vice President at Accel - Max Niederhoffer // at Accel he did source and done deals for the firm. At Sunstone he does his own deals, and they are all equal. And works in the interest for / of the company. // GERMAN WORK CULTURE (~8-5, do your work well and go home) IS NOT CONDUCIVE TO Start-up Struggle and about meeting a Start-ups need when and as they arise. // min 47 - EU lacks management talent (scaling, hiring, vetting, networking) and resources; scattered over too many me-too strappy, jenky, or even Seed Funded Start-ups. Further: We've reached a new media visibility high that attracts the wrong kinds of people (trust fund kids with safety net). AND TechCrunch and Co Reporting of just Funding Rounds and Product Updates are not a realistic portrayal nor reflective of Start-up struggle and hustle and sick-to-the-stomach issues.
Venture  Capital  London  Start-up  Scene  Berlin  Scene  Europe  Scene  Germany  culture  society  TechCrunch  Hype  Cycle 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
Bayern: McKinsey sieht bis zu 40 Prozent der Jobs bedroht - SPIEGEL ONLINE
40 Prozent der Jobs im Freistaat befinden sich demnach in einer "Gefährdungszone". Der Grund: Sie seien von den Folgen der Digitalisierung und weiteren Strukturbrüchen betroffen. Eine der Kernthesen der Untersuchung lautet, dass die klassischen volkswirtschaftlichen Parameter, in denen Bayern gut abschneidet (etwa Bruttoinlandsprodukt, Produktivität, Arbeitslosenquote), nur bedingt als Zukunftsindikatoren geeignet seien. Sie würden "lediglich den Erfolg der Vergangenheit bewerten", so McKinsey. In dem Bericht werden deshalb andere Kennzahlen herangezogen: Stabilität (u.a. Einkommensverteilung), Innovation (u.a. Bildungsqualität und Start-up-Quote), Diversität (Integrationsindex, Bildungsmobiliät), Internetzugang, Nachhaltigkeit (Gesundheits- und Vorsorgequalität, Ressourcenproduktivität). // Economic Indicators are about the past! Period. Wall Street cottage industry of economic forecasters.
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
[PreMoney MIAMI] 500 Startups, Dave McClure "4 Years of Moneyball - What Have We Learned" - YouTube
Angel Investors/Seed and maybe even A Round is about jumping on and doubling down on companies that do well, others don't know about. It's information arbitrage. Wall Street Services Cottage Industry aka Economic Forecaster and Stock Pickers make their money with supposed information arbitrage. But it's just a cottage industry. ... Where Seed/Angel Investors do hustle, network, keep things private, sharing of non-public information with their best buddy and co-investor. // min 34 talks about Silicon Valley Ecosystem. (1) Optimism and Believe. German culture about fear of failure does not support it well in public. (2) supporting structures (3) capital at every stage.
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
Startup UCLA: Fireside Chat with Jeff Jordan, Andreessen Horowitz - YouTube
13min value prop of a16z || min19 tenacious, going big, VC is hit driven business || min24 even those that are successes, there have been failures internally, a shit show, near death experiences || min29:50 SV ecosystem; capital, deep talent pool (network, experience, motoring, hand holding, guiding, supporting), support services (legal, banking), own gravity due to scale (attracts best). All 4 points support companies to scale and break through walls. + Brutal Talent Wars within SV for engineering talent. Scene needs some few hits (Berlin, London) and things could roll and grow by themselves. // min 39 - Consumer is hit driven business, more failures. While enterprise has higher hit rate and lower averages. // min 45 in current market, cant afford to go slow because of copy cats & opportunists & market slush with capital for proven ideas || min53 !!! >>> 'need to be an effective seller, not a sales person per se' to get capital, to get best employees, customers,
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
A deep dive into the Amsterdam tech startup ecosystem
Startup Amsterdam: can the Dutch capital catch up to Europe’s top startup hubs, London and Berlin? // [...] For one, I have learned that there’s a lack of serial entrepreneurs pumping cash and knowledge back into the local ecosystem in the form of angel investments and consistent mentoring. I also believe that, while accelerators such as Startupbootcamp, Rockstart and ACE Venture Lab do a fine job of picking and challenging promising young startups, I don’t think they are truly equipped to handle the influx of young local and foreign talent booting up their companies in Amsterdam. [...] There was also agreement in the local community about the fact that growth capital (Series B and beyond) is extremely hard to come by domestically, forcing founders to look for investment elsewhere to scale up. [...] and decidedly one of the key issues in Europe.
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
Startup Ecosystems Take Time
I made the same point last week to Laura Rich of Fast Company who is doing a piece on startup ecosystems. I think it is good to think about decades when you think about the development of new startup hotbeds. [...] So back to new startup ecosystems developing in europe, asia, and elsewhere. It can happen and it will happen. But it takes time. And you can't fast forward because we are talking about experience which can't be manufactured. You simply have to put in the time.
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
Hottest tech startups in France | Hacker News
see comments about France culture, society, and government investing in companies and blocking acquisitions. // not that far off from Germany: fear of failure, failure as red mark on your CV, seeking Venture Capital (risk capital) and aiming big - compared to germanies SME/SMB culture for decades. that is now overshadowed on a globalisation/borderless flat world/china/copy-cat/ruthless competition on price/demographic bubble/lack of investment and internal renewal with young blood that is less risk averse --- theme. Made in Germany is under threat from multiple vectors of attack that are happening all at the same time.
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
Ihr werdet nie erraten, was in Moabit gebaut werden soll - Mit Vergnügen Berlin
- haesslicher baukasten, nichts wird gewagt, probiert, experimentiert, ...
april 2015 by asterisk2a
London’s Startups Hit A High Of $682M In VC Funding In Q1 2015 | TechCrunch
In other words, if London is leading tech investment in European startups, Europe still has a very long way to go before getting anywhere close to the size of the U.S. market for tech, both in terms of businesses and those willing to back them. Still, the market has come a long way when you consider that in 2010, London startups raised a mere $101 million.
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
Berlin ist und war keine Weltstadt - Kommentar - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Berlin boomt und zieht immer mehr Touristen aus aller Welt an. Das verleitet seine Politiker zu einem folgenschweren Irrtum: Sie glauben, Berlin sei eine Weltstadt - heute und schon immer gewesen. [...] Ein Einwand vorneweg: Bewohner von wirklichen Weltstädten haben es nicht nötig, ihre Heimat als Weltstädte zu rühmen. Weder in New York, noch in Paris oder London gibt es an einem prominenten Ort eine Ausstellung, in der auf der Großartigkeit der Stadt herumgeritten würde. [...] Die Weltstadtlegende wurde gestrickt, nachdem 1945 alle Ambitionen unter Trümmern begraben waren, als das geteilte Berlin zu einer surrealen Sonderheit mutiert war. Auf beiden Seiten der Mauer befeuerten nun Minderwertigkeitskomplexe den Größenwahn.
march 2015 by asterisk2a
Berlin: Besser als das Silicon Valley - WiWo Gründer - WiWo Gründer
Das sind Wettbewerbsfaktoren, die immer mehr Gründer schätzen – nicht nur in der Bundesrepublik selbst, sondern auch international. Eine Studie der Unternehmensberatung McKinsey aus dem Jahr 2013 zählt die Hauptstadt der Bundesrepublik zu den wichtigsten Gründerorten Europas – neben Tel Aviv, London, Paris und Moskau. Rund 100.000 neue Arbeitsplätze sollen bis 2020 in Berlin entstehen, prognostiziert die Studie.
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march 2015 by asterisk2a
Don't Be Awful: Former SF Bay Guardian Editor Tim Redmond - YouTube
end of talk >> "how we respond to economic disruption without human disruption" << also universal basic income &! money talks, not democracy and long-term views &! // via - "The “Anti-Tech Backlash” is over, now let’s talk San Francisco housing" &! &! commuting is a bad thing; (1) greenhouse gases, (2) time consuming (3) stress (4) lost productivity &! &! profit maximisation - building +2m a piece condos vs 250-500k houses // also! companies get generous tax breaks (like in london via tax loopholes, tax evasion/tax avoidance not being challenged by HMRC) they don't need!!! &! &! &!
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february 2015 by asterisk2a
Video "Terror im Kiez - Linksextreme bedrohen Zugezogene" | Kontraste | ARD Mediathek
Links-Extreme Szene/Links Autonomen - << Aufruf zur Gewalt als akt der "Notwehr." Verdrengungsprozess. Kampf ueber ein Grossherrschaft ueber ein Gebiet.
Berlin  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Gentrified  gentrification  radicalism  extremism  Kreuzberg  Asylbewerber  Career  Politicians  No  Representation  symptom  urbanisation  Zivilgesellschaft  gesellschaft  history  European 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
Video "Einwanderer dringend gesucht" | Kontraste | ARD Mediathek
2/3 von worker immigrants muss ausserhalb der EU kommen, in zukunft. zzt kommen die mehrheit aus Europa, das wird zurueck gehen wenn die wirtschaftliche situation sich verbessert, in deren Heimatlaendern (PIGS). Deutschland (Gesellschaftlich) sieht sich nicht als Einwanderungsland.
Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  knowledge  worker  knowledge  economy  domain  knowledge  Career  Politicians  workforce  Future  of  Work  Mobile  Creative  Mobile  Creatives  Europe  immigration  immigrants  PIGS  demographic  bubble  demographics  demography  erzkonservativ  integration  Asylbewerber  Einwanderungs  Politik  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  automation  Robotics  algorithm 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
Foreign Founders Should Look Beyond Silicon Valley | TechCrunch
Put your start-up tent up at expensive places = less runway for your start-up = competitive disadvantage (burn rate). To get a MVP minimally viable product out the door, you don't need a $120k/y full-stack dev, for 90% of "ideas," Start-ups fail because they run out of time (= money to pay bills) to find traction, the formula for their "idea." Sure, there are bad ideas. But sometimes you need time to fix all the problems and test and optimise etc etc. A marathon of sprints. // "Burning Money For The Roof Above Your Head" &! So Silicon Valley is an extraordinarily competitive and expensive place to hire; the risks are high for you as a founder – and yet you have to hire faster than you ever have. Candidates are gone if you don’t catch them in a day. &! RE TECHCITY UK - RETS ARE ALREADY WAY UP IN THE AREA AND LONDON IS EXPENSIVE. AS IS NY. AND LA IS AWEFUL, always in the car and the pollution. //
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january 2015 by asterisk2a
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