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The Events: 28 March – 3 April Written by Felicitas Hackmann on 28. March 2016

This Week:

Data Driven Customer Intelligence

Time: 1 April 2016
Place: betahaus Berlin
Costs: free
Christian Sauer, CEO of Webtrekk, will speak about the era of user-centeredness and personal customer experience when visiting a website. Thomas Unruh, Head of Business Intelligence of Lesara, will talk about “CLV Prediction as a Key Driver for Marketing Efficiency”, and Sascha Nagel, Head of Business Development of Data Virtuality, will speak about “How to Build a Data-Driven Culture?”. He will explain why a strong data-driven culture was never as important as now.

Coming up:

Meeting with Sales Director of stage angel investing firm Lucey Fund

Time: 6 April 2016
Place: Winterfeldtstraße 21, 10781 Berlin
Costs: free
Meet with sales director of the Irish early stage investment firm Lucey Fund for a Q&A session, to know all about the startup world, investors and seed money.

PR for Startups: How to get good media coverage

Time: 6 April 2016
Place: Berlin EIT Digital CLC Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7, 6th Floor, Berlin
Costs: free, registration over Website
Since having a smart and efficient PR strategy is key for startups on their way to success, use the opportunity to meet Don Dahlmann, Lead Editor Automotive & Mobility at Gründerszene, who is going to share the Dos and Don’ts of successfully spreading the word about your startup. As always there will be a Q&A and networking session after the presentation with free pizza and beer where you can ask Don all your questions directly.

Spätschicht Hamburg

Time: 7 April 2016
Place: Ame Nue, Schaarsteinwegsbrücke 2, 20459 Hamburg
Costs: €25
Gründerszene Spätschicht hits ground in Hanseatic Hamburg on 7th April, for the founders’ community to indulge in networking over snacks, drinks and the compulsory kicker tournament. hub:raum joins the party with the so-called Office Hour, enabling attendees to pitch their ideas and get meaningful feedback of an incubator. Applications for tickets to Spätschicht Berlin are now open.

Start-up Week Dusseldorf

Time: 11 – 17 April 2016
Place: Dusseldorf
Costs: differ
Between 4/11/16 and 4/17/16 the start-up unit of the Dusseldorf Economic Development Department will bring together and present the enthusiasm and start-up spirit of the state capital at the first start-up week in Dusseldorf. There will be 36 workshops, pitches, seminars, network conferences and presentations all over the city. These events are addressed to start-ups, investors and mentors.

Google Launchpad Week Munich 3

Time: 11 – 15 April 2016
Place: Werk1, Munich
Costs: free, please apply
Google Launchpad Week is a boot camp for early stage startups focusing on critical startup topics: product strategy and business development, user experience and user interface, technology, marketing and presentation skills. Each day is dedicated to a specific topic and structured around overview talks and one-on-one mentorships sessions with top-notch external and Google internal mentors. The goal is to achieve rapid progress in a very short time.

Second Event on the Future of Mobility – Innovation and Sharing Economy

Time: 12 April 2016
Place: DB Mindbox
Costs: differ, ticket via
After a successful event last year, Club GLOBALS cordially invites the startup crowd to its April event about Future of Mobility — Innovation and Sharing Economy. They will have an exciting Panel discussion on the topic Trends of mobility: autonomous driving, eMobility. . . Snack and drinks will keep the participants networking with innovators, start-ups, investors, people from corporate and multiplicators.

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