Yesterday was a big day for the Betahaus! They hosted the Weihnachtsmixer (Christmas Mixer) 2016, organized by Hamburg Startups and the Airbus BizLab. Let’s have a quick look at who was there and which startups featured in the mixer! Read more
There is a lot of events in Hamburg. But this one takes the gold when it comes pronunciation. It’s a terrible word to utter if “sh” sounds don’t roll out easy for you: Spätschicht (late shift). I let you practice this tongue-twister a bit with bab.la (click on the speaker icon). At any rate, I reach Mindspace Hamburg where the event is being held to discover a gorgeous building in the heart of Hamburg (Rödingsmarkt) – impressive from the outside and even more on the inside. After climbing up a few flights of the majestic stair, I walk into a large room filled with jazzed-up entrepreneurs, service providers and investors. Read more
Start-ups have all one thing in common: money is tight. And when it comes to spending some money on marketing, I often hear “nothing, let’s just get traffic from Google.” How naive. But that kind of thinking usually puts TV advertising out of reach for most startups: of all the media, it is the most expensive one. Read more
There is a tradition in Hamburg you might not have heard of. Every third Tuesday of the month, around 7pm, around 50 people gather to listen to Florian Elbers and Anita Böhm’s gospels. A new sect in town? Far from it. These meetups are free, anyone can join and participate. The reason why Elbers and Böhm are so avidly listened to, is that they know about SEO. A whole deal about it. Read more
Last night, I went to a startup slam organised by 12min.me. The concept of such an event? Six start-ups compete against each other. Each of them are entitled to six minutes to pitch their ideas and 6 minutes to answer the questions of the jurors. At the end of each performance, the success of the pitch is measured with a applause meter. And, as you must have guessed by now, the entrepreneur who collected the most applause wins the contest. Read more
What do the following things have in common; software for speeding up a website, an app for happy horses, a drone that can make 360-degree recordings, a platform for sport sponsorship, and an app that can teach you to play guitar? They and their respective start-ups are the stars of this year’s Startups@Reeperbahn Pitch.
The show will be held on 21st September in Gruenspan, and the victor will go home with a media budget worth 100,000 Euros from the WELT newspaper. We will tell you exactly who the finalists are, and how the decision was made. Read more
What’s happening in Hamburg’s startup scene during the next months? We summed up the the events you shouldn’t miss. Your event is missing? Then simply send us a message to info(at)hamburg-startups.net.
These events are looking forward to your participation:
|Food Innovation Camp 2017||A daycamp full of innovative and delicious impressions out of the startup-ecosystem from the Food-Expo. The conference set trends regarding food, food-tech, logistics and hospitality, while workshops give opportunities for knowledgetransfer, regardless of companysize. Speeddatings and matchmakings between startups and representants of wholesale and retail, investors, coop-partners and food service industries aim for efficient networking.||17. Juli 2017|
Diese Events finden regelmäßig statt:
|12min.me||12min.me bietet zu den verschiedensten Themengebieten interessante Vorträge und Networking-Events, oft in Kooperation mit relevanten Partnern aus der jeweiligen Branche.|
|betahaus Academy||In verschiedenen Sessions zum Thema “Lean Startup” können Gründer sich weiterbilden.|
|TUHH Startupdock||Das Startup Dock steht für erfolgreiche Gründungen an Hamburger Hochschulen und Forschungseinrichtungen. Das Startup Dock begeistert Studierende und Wissenschaftler für das Thema Entrepreneurship und stärkt die Gründerkultur auf dem Campus, vermittelt durch Lehrveranstaltungen und Events unternehmerisches Denken und Handeln und unterstützt und begleitet als Gründerzentrum innovative, technologieorientierte Startups auf ihrem Weg zu erfolgreichen Unternehmen.|
|Fin-Tech Meetup||Networking Veranstaltung der Fin-Tech Szene von Hamburg zum Austausch von Ideen unter Gleichgesinnten.|
|nextMedia.Elevator||New name, new look: the Webfuture Award turns into the nextMedia.Elevator. The idea stays the same: 10 digital startups from Hamburg compete for the title, glory and fame.||14. June 2017|
|TEDxHamburg “Rock the Boat”||We live in a rapidly changing world, in a time of transitions and challenges, that many of us find increasingly complex and difficult to handle. It takes guts, passion and stamina to navigate these times, to be empowered, to insist in change and to disrupt the status quo. To rock the boat. But thankfully, there are always some of us who are brave and fearless enough to rise up to the occasion and to take things on by embracing the unknown and completely rethinking the approach. Who are these change makers? Meet our TEDxHamburg speakers. We will let them reflect on how rocking the boat changed their lives and will find out if their visions and ideas made a difference… today, tomorrow and way beyond. Join us!||25. June 2017|
These events are held regularly:
|12min.me||12min.me offers lectures, presentations and events with a diverse range of topics and partners. Have a look at the specific events for more details.|
|betahaus Education||In different sessions on “Lean Startup” founders have the chance to educate themselves.|
|TUHH Startupdock||The Startupdock supports founders and young companies at Hamburgs universities and scientific institutions by strengthening the infrastructure and entrepreneurship around the campus and offering events with a focus on education and networking|
|Fin-Tech Meetup||The Networking Event of the Hamburg fin-tech scene.|
|FuckUp Nights||Fuckup Nights is a global movement born in Mexico in 2012 to publicly share stories of failed businesses. Hundreds of people attend each event to hear three to four entrepreneurs share their failures. After each speaker, there’s a question/answer session, as well as time for networking.|
|Gamecity Treff||The Game City Club is the established, regular get-together for the games industry in Hamburg. Industry representatives hold short introductory speeches, report on the latest developments in their companies or lead panel discussions on current topics. Networking and the exchange of ideas on Games and beyond are being focused in particular|
|Webmontag||Talks and networking-events about changing technologies and digital issues|
Small note: You’ll find the upcoming schedule of our networking Event the Hamburg Startups Mixer here.
Calenders with important events for the Hamburg startup community
In order to stay up to date with the events of Hamburg’s founder community, we highly recommend to check the following calendars regularly for interesting updates.
The Startup Digest: This calender is curated by betahaus Hamburg and others and will soon be embedded in the website. But you can also subscribe the Digest as a newsletter.
The betahaus Hamburg: with this calendar you stay up to date on the events, taking place in the co-working space in the Eifflerstraße.
Digital Media Women: Here you will find the numerous events of Digital Media Women as well as various other exciting networking Events.
Nextmedia.Hamburg event calendar: The nextmedia.Hamburg initiative maintains a calendar with their own events, such as the Webfuture Award as well as other events from the digital world of Hamburg.
Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft: It’s the right calender for folks who are eager to stay up to date about news about creative-scene of Hamburg.
Hamburg@work: Being a cross-industry business network, Hamburg@work publish their relevant events in their own calender.
Startup Guide Hamburg: This information plattform for entrepreneurs from Hamburg offers an interesting event calender.
Our temperatures are rising! How about yours? It should be, because something AWESOME is coming your way! Once again, you will have the chance this year to rock the Hamburg Kiez at the Startups@Reeperbahn Pitch on 23 September along with four other fantastic startups. It’s going to get hot. Smouldering startup passion meets the flair of the scene. We are equally passionate about organising the Startups@Reeperbahn Pitch for you in cooperation with the Reeperbahn Festival.
Pitch to a high-class jury, including SPIEGEL ONLINE Managing Director Katharina Borchert, Shazam founder Chris Barton or XING and HackFwd founder Lars Hinrichs, to take home the SPIEGEL ONLINE MEDIA Award and a first prize of €100,000. Afterwards, you can take a seat again in one of our Love Mobiles to hook up with interested investors, just waiting to make a play for closer business liaisons with you. Does that get your creative juices flowing? Then apply here. Or click here for more information. The closing date for applications is 23 August! Read more
betahaus Hamburg transformed into a start-up arena on 13 January, setting the stage for over 150 guests to hear six outstanding pitches in a cauldron of knife-edge suspense. The challenge: It was up to the jury and the audience to decide which start-up would fly to Texas to represent Hamburg at the SXSW German Startup Engine in Austin in March. All of the start-ups came highly motivated, clearly determined to win. Jenni Schwanenberg, responsible for innovation management at dpa whenever she’s not driving startups through the arena with ever so delightful charm, was an engaging host at the evening’s event. Triprebel, a travel startup presented by its founder Carlos Borges, and the e-commerce agent minubo, showcased by Torben Sominka, emerged as winners and can now look forward, among other things, to an exciting trip to SXSW.