Today in Germany: SquadMail, Dubsmatch, GTEC, CareerFoundry

7164525750_4e2bed7c5e_b copy
7164525750_4e2bed7c5e_b copy

SquadMail ends its operations, Berlin will get a new startup campus, and more.

width="515"

Berlin-based startup SquadMail ends its operations

SquadMail confirmed today that it has ended its operations. The startup that aspired to be the “Dropbox for Emails” had significant support early on. For example, it was the only German startup accepted into Seepcamp’s London accelerator for a recent round.
[Gründerszene]

Dubsmatch: Pivot until you make it

Dubsmatch, an app that allows people to record a video that is synced over music or often times a quote, is the newest hit in the App Store. The founders launched their company in mid-2013. The app Dubsmatch is actually their third attempt at a product that could resonate with users.
[TechCrunch]

A new entrepreneurship hub planned for Berlin

The opening of the GTEC – German Tech Entrepreneurship Center was announced today. It will be located at the ESMT campus at Schlossplatz 1. Remodeling of the space will kick-off in preparations to host two accelerator programs (Berlin Startup Academy and TechStars).
[Gründerszene]

Learning to Code: How CareerFoundry Educates To Launch Successful Careers

Amongst the largest technology companies in the world, there is also a startup in Berlin that is looking to educate the next generation in computer science. The startup CareerFoundry was launched in mid-2013 by founder Raffaela Rein.
[VentureVillage]

Some rights reserved by NEXT Berlin