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Our next event will be on March 26th at 7pm in the Sankt Oberholz apartments.
As co-founder and CEO of Wooga, Jens Begemann heads the blockbuster game developer responsible for hit games like Jelly Splash, Pearl’s Peril and Diamond Dash.
With around 50m active players per month, Wooga is one of the most popular mobile games developers worldwide. Jens is enthusiastic about people, play and technology – leading a talented team to develop quality games fulfills one of his lifelong ambitions.
Before founding Wooga in 2009, Jens served as Chief Product Officer & Member of the Management Board at Jamba (Jamster), where he contributed to turning the company into a world leader in mobile entertainment products.
We are looking forward to welcome Jens on stage to share his story and give you the chance to connect with him afterwards.
The interview will be led by Christoph Raethke. Christoph has been working in the digital industry for over 17 years. He has run two semesters of the Founder Institute and is the founder of the Berlin Startup Academy — Berlin’s boutique, independent Startup Accelerator. In addition to that, Christoph is a frequent speaker at international events and renown for his critical and thought-provoking views.
Our event takes place in the St. Oberholz apartments. As the central meeting point of Berlin's digital scene, there could be no better setting for our intimate “fireside chat” interviews.
19:00 Doors are open (buffet is ready)
20:00 Fireside Chat (cheers)
21:15 Networking (take a drink and share your business card)
Live as if you were a real Berliner: Crystal clear lakes, palm-lined beaches, historical sights and landmarks – this is what you won’t find at Rosenthaler Platz. What we have to offer is something rather different: a fresh breeze of WiFi blows up high into our sophisticated third and fourth floor apartments. Enjoy urban comfort and the exceptional St. Oberholz style for either peaceful contemplation or vibrant city life as well as for busy meetings and conferences.
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Two years ago, when Florian was faced with the choice between a highly lucrative career in Germany's financial capital or the pursuit of his love of startups and entrepreneurship, he demonstrated his poor decision-making skills by choosing the latter, moving to Berlin to work as an intrapreneur for an incubator. Since then, he fell in love with the city and its buzzing entrepreneurial community.
His goal with Startup Grind is to bring the community a valuable event series to educate, inspire and especially connect the right people with each other and to help entrepreneurs move their startup journey ahead.
Rome-born, Berlin-based Francesco is a caffeine addict who toils away day and sometimes night as a freelance UX designer and product manager for various web agencies and startups in order to support his tragic habit.
He is to blame for this site and some of the writing for Startup Grind's Berlin chapter.
Christoph tried and failed to build his first startup in 1999/2000 and has been working with the digital industry ever since. In 2006, he began freelancing as an innovation advisor for big and small companies. From 2008 to 2012, he co-founded and hosted Mobile Monday Berlin.
Christoph founded Berlin’s independent accelerator Berlin Startup Academy in summer 2012 and is a host and speaker at founder-centric conferences around the world. Readers of Business Punk Magazine know him as the guy running the “No-Nonsense-Pitch” section, giving mild-mannered feedback to budding startup teams.
Paul has 16 years of experience in finance and sales. He graduated in 2007 from Campus Institute Munich as Financial Business Administrator (FH). A few years later he discovered his passion for the Berlin startup scene, working as entrepreneur, head of sales, co-founder and freelancer.
In addition to his work he has been pursuing his hobby in photography and film with his own startup VIPFaces for the past 17 years.
As a team member of Startup Grind Berlin he looks forward to the possibility of supporting the project with his creative input and experience.
Mirco is 26 years old and graduated from the University of Gröningen (B.Sc. International Business and Management) in 2012. He is fascinated by innovative business models in the world of entrepreneurs.
He operates his own startup, which offers a variety of multimedia solutions. Bluhd.de, founded in 2007, has been his longest-running project. He looks forward to enlarging the horizon of his work within the Startup Grind community.
Judy is our specialist for events and administrative tasks. With a master's degree in international tourism management and long-time experience in the service industry she supports us in everything related to our events.
Judy currently works as the management assistant for the European market leader in hospitality and travel management. One of her projects this year was related to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Alex's life and work is as much about music, art and creativity as it is about the music biz, production, sound engineering and software.
Born and raised in Hannover, he moved to Berlin in 2011 after a 4-year detour to the Netherlands for his studies.
Besides his work as a freelance composer and producer for commercial production music, he is steadily building a portfolio of commercial and non-commercial projects and constantly keeps an eye open for ideas with the potential to revolutionize the music industry.
Alex takes care of the audio recording and live sound at Startup Grind events.