We clap our hands and cry, “Heureka!”
When Byron wrote ‘Childe Harold in 1818, he actually spelled it “eureka.” Here in Germany, we spell it “Heureka!” with an “H” (pronounced as it was in its original Greek form). In every language, Heureka is that instant where your idea crystallises and becomes awesome. In the entrepreneurial sector, it’s when your concept becomes a company.
Building a company is a learning experience. It may or may not begin with a revelation but it’s often built by a series of them. In order to better understand our Berlin founders, we asked them what inspired their companies.
Listen up, and stay tuned for a special announcement later today!