Category Archives: Startup

Rapid setup of Intentional Communities

The village of Washbourne, near Retford. The IC community (IC stands for Intentional Community) on the outskirts of the village of Washbourne, near Retford, is throwing a party. They are celebrating their move into a groundbreaking housing project, part of … Continue reading

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Pistoia: The First Social Business City in Italy

A three-year program to promote Social Business in Pistoia, Toscana, has been inagurated yesterday. This program will support research, training, technical assistance for students, citizens, entrepreneurs and local authorities which want to invest in a “new economy”. Thanks to the … Continue reading

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6 Reasons to Build Your Start-up in a Coworking Space

In the very early days of your company, it might make sense to call your garage (or basement or kitchen table) headquarters. But at a certain point, it doesn’t suffice. There are only so many times you can bring clients … Continue reading

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European Startups

From Skype to SoundCloud, Europe is building companies that are scaling globally. So we set out to chart which were the hottest cities for startups. What are Europe’s other hot digital cities — and which are the companies and founders … Continue reading

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Berlin – Europe’s hottest startup capitals

London’s startup scene is booming — you need only read Wired to see that. But what are Europe’s other hot digital cities — and which are the companies and founders to watch? Welcome to Wired’s first annual guide to the … Continue reading

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Berlin: Europe’s hottest startup hub

On the busy corner of Torstrasse, a street in the center of Berlin’s Mitte district, a coffee shop called St. Oberholz serves as a meeting point and co-working space at what’s fast becoming Europe’s hottest startup hub. Inside, Macs sit … Continue reading

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