1. September 2014–
It’s Monday. Doesn’t make a difference: Here are your daily news from Berlin:
Welcome to Berlin
Eventbrite is opening an office in Berlin
Eventbrite announced it is hiring in Germany’s capital. Up for joining the team? On Friday a meet up will take place at the Rainmaking Loft.
Short Overview: Cleaning Marketplace Apps
Book a Tiger announces its Android app
Cleaning marketplace BOOK A TIGER launched its Android app today. The iOS version is available since July. Claude Ritter, CPO and co founder of BOOK A TIGER commented, that the startup understood the importance of flexibility in the booking process.
Competitor helpling from Rocket Internet does too and offers an iOS and an Android app as well. Comparing the ratings in the iTunes store, helpling scores 4.5 and BOOK A TIGER 5 stars – not much of a difference (and with 14 and eight recommendations maybe not meaningful).
Different to that is the also Berlin-based startup cleanagents. On the phone the company explained it is working on an Android app. Different to the other two companies mentioned above, cleanagents wants to focus on supporting the cleaners, e.g. by offering a schedule.
Don’t miss out on startup events in Berlin! Berlin Music Week, TEDxBERLIN, Startup Safary and many more events take place this week. Find the overview in VentureVillage’s Events Diary.
7 Startup Coaching Tips
Clear goals and a good corporate culture: 7 coaching tips for startups
Here are 7 tips for startups, taken from my coaching seminars, to help develop a good corporate culture that will set the foundation for a company’s success. Read more in the guest post
Epic shuts down
Things didn’t look well for the ProSiebenSat.1 incubator Epic. As announced today, it shuts down. We’ll have the details ready for you tomorrow.
If you haven’t yet, you should absolutely join the startup salary survey!