DIPAT’s road to success is fraught with the tough, heartbreaking stories and realities that justify its existence in the first place. Our second LeipGlo Botcast explores this through a very frank, informative and personal interview with a young doctor who has enthusiastically worked as a volunteer in the startup.
Our pilot episode is out with Louise the Light Bulb Bot as anchor, Ana as reporter, and humans from TEDxHHL as the interviewees.
In Leipzig, there may be some benefits you’ve never heard of that can be extremely advantageous to a young company.
Have you ever wondered about the people behind the web engines powering up your travels? We visited trivago’s local office to ask some of them what they’re up to and what it’s like working there.
Unlike most other local startups, Wundercurves’s team of about 15 is half female, including two of the founders. On top of that, they proudly wear their curves and have built their company mission around helping other women feel the same way.
At 3 years old, we find ourselves at a critical point. If you like what we do, if we have contributed to your life in any way, please help us continue! This article shows 3 ways you can support us: donation, Spreadshirt shop, sponsored post.