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LeipGlo Job Fair 2: Coming in May 2019

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Look right here.
Look right here.

This time, we’re playing matchmakers for job-seekers and potential employers to meet one-on-one, and partnering up with Startup SAFARI Leipzig.

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Multimedia German learning with Chatterbug

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Shed the papers while remaining connected to the human aspect, and learning from anywhere. (Photo by Dmitry Ratushny on Unsplash)
Shed the papers while remaining connected to the human aspect, and learning from anywhere. (Photo by Dmitry Ratushny on Unsplash)

“What sets Chatterbug apart from other learning platforms I’ve tried is its very present and essential human aspect, while staying paperless.”

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Afternoon with gourmet booze, stencil and skulls

in Business/Lifestyle

“They sold a wide variety of wares, while sharing a theme of craftiness and sustainability rather than mass production. From shoeshine to moonshine, fruity pestos to hand-decorated faux-eggs, coco-charcoal to recycled denim bags, gritty T-shirt art to luscious deli blocks and cuts.”

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Female Founders Series: Frau Stock from Smicies

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Carola Antonia Stock (Smicies) is our featured interviewee. (Photo courtesy of C. A. Stock)
Carola Antonia Stock (Smicies) is our featured interviewee. (Photo courtesy of C. A. Stock)

We continue our series of Q&A’s highlighting female entrepreneurs. Today’s interview is with Carola Antonia Stock, co-founder of the local company Smicies, which aims to change the way we snack.

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Changes to The Leipzig Glocal website

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LeipGlo makes changes periodically to improve for you - and for us too!
LeipGlo makes changes periodically to improve for you - and for us too!

We look a bit different now. Let us know if you dig it.

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Riding the red dragon: German startups in Shanghai

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DC-Hub sends German startups to Shanghai, China, to gain Chinese expertise in one of the world's main startup hotspots, with China itself being in Top 10.
DC-Hub sends German startups to Shanghai, to gain Chinese expertise in one of the world's main startup hotspots.

Germany is sending startup founders to Shanghai four weeks at a time, to learn Chinese business culture and approaches to innovation and versatility. The DC-Hub accelerator program is developed between Shanghai and Leipzig, with Basislager Coworking as local partner.

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