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Shpock-Gründer Armin Strbac und Katharina Klausberger

This week we are thrilled to be joined by Armin Strbac, Co-founder of Shpock, one of Vienna’s most successful startups. Shpock is the most popular shopping app on the app store, selling everything from fashion to furniture and everything in between.   First can you tell us a bit about …
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This week our tech rock star comes from emerging tech city Vienna. Fast emerging as a tech hub, Vienna’s combination of good access to tech talent and generous government subsidies, means it is home to some very impressive startups. This week our tech rock star is serial entrepreneur, Florian Dorfbauer. …
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We are so excited to be joined by Michael Hurnaus from Austrian based startup, Tractive. Tractive has developed a series of innovative wearable devices for pets, and are the forerunners in the development of hardware, gadgets and apps specifically designed for pet owners. Never fear a missing pet again, with …
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This week we are thrilled to be joined by Michael Pötscher from TourRadar, one of the world’s largest online marketplaces for multi-day group tours. Founded in Vienna in 2010, TourRadar has grown rapidly, and has even bigger more exciting plans to come. 1. First can you tell us a bit …
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This week we are thrilled to be joined by serial entrepreneur Mike Salguero. Previous CEO at CustomMade, Mike has now turned his attention to a new project ButcherBox. A monthly delivery service offering natural 100% grass fed beef, ButcherBox is striving to bring high quality meat to the masses, working …
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Last week the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) announced it was expanding its stance on online human rights through a non-binding resolution, condemning countries who intentionally disrupt the internet access of its citizens.   The resolution reaffirms that those same rights people have offline must also be protected online. …
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For this year’s Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca the Saudi Arabian government have announced that they will be issuing electronic identification bracelets to pilgrims. This is an attempt to help crowd management after numerous disasters over the year. Last year at least 2,110 people died, (although the official Saudi death toll stated …
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Shockwaves tremored through Great Britain on Thursday morning as those living here learned that that they will, after all, be leaving the European Union. 51.9% of voters were in support of Brexit, compared to 48.1% that wanted to stay part of the bloc. Already uncertainty has rippled through the financial …
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Nacho González-Barros is considered a business visionary across Spain. A serial entrepreneur since the 1990’s, González-Barros has co founded a wealth of businesses across various industries. In 1997, he co founded InfoJobs which has grown to become the largest and most successful online job searching website in Europe. González-Barros continued …
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With Primavera kicking off this week we thought we’d take a look at what else is going on over the summer period in a city famous for its love of partying.   Primavera Sound 2016 / 2-4 June 2016 Once voted the best music festival in the world by Time …