Events Diary 28 July – 03 August – Our pick of the hottest startup events this week

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Welcome to the VentureVillage Events Diary – read on and discover the hottest startup events of the week!

Communication Workshop

width="139"Date: 29 July 2014
Location: hub:raum Campus/Berlin-Schöneberg
Costs: Free
Website: http://www.eventbrite.de/e/workshop-negotiation-and-communication-skills-tickets-12305914321

How to negotiate shares, prices, services? What tricks, do’s and dont’s or nogo’s are there? How to read and understand other people in a way, that talks and meetings are more going in the wanted direction.
All this is part of this workshop, typically mixed with live-questions and concrete cases out of your day to day startup-life.

About Emanuel:
Emanuel Albert has been coaching executives, sales team managers and startups on sales and communication for the past 10 years, and has sold professionally for the past 20 years. From his early beginnings selling Meditation Courses on the street, to training Executives to close deals with purpose. The art of sales and breakthrough communication have been a core part of his work for a long time. He holds a Diplom in Computer Science with Psychology, founded Motivado.de in Berlin and has worked with executives from top corporations (BMW, Allianz, O2) as well as a host of SMEs, Startups and Consultancies.


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Meet up re. Start-up Chile

width="139"Date: 26 August 2014
Location: hub:raum Campus, Winterfeldtstraße 21, 10781 Berlin
Costs: 10 + Food & Drinks
Website: hub:raum Campus, Winterfeldtstraße 21, 10781 Berlin

Start-Up Chile is a program of the Chilean government to attract world-class early stage entrepreneurs to start their businesses in Chile.
Don’t miss the opportunity to meet ex-participants who are happy to share their experiences. Get the chance to talk about the program and its details.
Please come and try the original Chilean empanadas and pisco sour for free!


Berlin Music Week

width="139"Date: 3. – 7. September 2014

Location: Postbahnhof Berlin
Costs: starting at € 30.00
Website: http://www.berlin-music-week.de/en/conference/

Welcome to a mixture of live concerts, club events and a conference the event draws loads of musicians, music lovers and experts from music and tech industry to Berlin.

The WORD! conference, on 4 and 5 September, gives you a deeper insight in the latest trends and developments of the music and tech industry. The programme includes the VUT Indie Days and discusses the topics Recorded Music, Interactive, Tech & Startups. The focus of the panels, matchmakings and workshops is on new players and perspectives on the digital transformation.

At Music Start Up Corner digital companies and startups with a close link to the music ecosystem can present their ideas, products and services in elevator pitches targeting experts, potential partners and investors. Applications are still possible until 1 August!

There also will be the first Music Hack Day in cooperation with Axel Springer with more than one hundred expected participating coders and artists. The international renowned Berlin DJ and electronic music producer Henrik Schwarz hosts a public workshop at the beginning of Music Hack Day. Coders, artists, API-partners and sponsors can now apply online for a participation in Music Hack Day Berlin.

Among others these participants are confirmed for WORD! conference: Anna Acquistapace (Director, Zoo Labs), Gilli Cegla (hub:raum Tel Aviv), AC Coppens (The Marketing Catalysts), Thom Cummings (VP Growth & Insight, Soundcloud), Francine Gorman (Project Manager, Nordic Playlist), Rainer Henze (Leiter Lab ‚Audio Radio On Web‘, BVDW), Wyatt Jenkins (VP Product, Shutterstock), Paul Lamere (Director Developer Platform, The Echo Nest), Andrea Leonelli (Founder, DigitalMusicTrends), Henrik Schwarz (DJ, Produzent), Peter Tonstad (Chief Commercial Officer, WiMP) and Holger Weiss (CEO, AUPEO!)

First We Take Berlin & Berlin Festival: Besides the conference music lovers and concert-goers will be able to enjoy great artists at First We Take Berlin and Berlin Festival. The former offers a stage for up-and-coming acts on 4 and 5 September. The key facts for First We Take Berlin: 2 evenings, 100 acts, 15 clubs in Berlin Kreuzberg. At Berlin Festival established acts like Woodkid, Moderat, Editors and K.I.Z. will transform the motto “48 hours awake” and celebrate 3 days in a row with thousands of people from 5 to 7 September.


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