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Meet Filip, One of Germany's Most Successful Early Stage VCs from Cherry Ventures #GSA22
Episode 3598th December 2022 • Startuprad.io - The Authority on German, Swiss and Austrian Startups and Venture Capital • Jörn "Joe" Menninger
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Filip is a founding partner of Cherry Ventures, one of Germany’s most important seed investors. Their portfolio includes unicorns like Flixbus, Auto1 Group, Forto, Infarm, and well-known startups like Amorelie, Kitchen Stories, Flaschenpost, Spryker, and Superlist. Their portfolio also includes our former guests: Qualifyze, Sanity Group, and Rows. Filip has a background as an entrepreneur himself, so he and Cherry approach startup investing differently. Tune in to learn more about him and the VC.

“We have software helping us to find good startups, for example, if you are head of product at a good startup and change your title to ‘working on something new’ we get notified.
Filip Dames, Founding Partner Cherry Ventures

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Filip Dames, Founding Partner Cherry Ventures

The Founder

Filip Dames has had an accomplished career, starting out as an intern in Malaysia with DaimlerChrysler, at BCG, and Sony BMG in New York City. Following his venture into the corporate world, he then founded a collectible marketplace called Tamundo. There he went on to oversee the international expansion of Zalando and become the founder and CEO of Zalando Lounge (Zalando’s shopping club). The venture was a success, helping Zalando to go public in 2014. He decided to leave the company, making his 30th birthday also his Zalando farewell party.

From there Filip decided to venture off and focus on venture capital; so it came as no surprise when he started Cherry Ventures in 2013 in Berlin as business angel and startup investor. With tickets of 10.000–50.000€ they are dedicated to helping Germany, Europe, and beyond with investments for entrepreneurs wanting to make their visions reality.

“We invest almost exclusively in Europe”
Filip Dames, Founding Partner Cherry Ventures

Cherry Ventures

Cherry Ventures (https://www.cherry.vc/) is an early-stage venture capital fund founded and led by former entrepreneurs. They are focusing on European seed-stage companies in the B2B and B2C space. Cherry invests there at the pre-seed- and seed stage with initial tickets between €500k and €5M.

“Founders first and investors second” is the motto of Cherry Ventures

They started out with their first fund with their own money and the money of close friends, much less than 10 m €. From there they build a portfolio of 30 companies, of which some did really well. This in turn enabled them to raise an institutional fund, worth 150 m Euros. In the second fund, successful entrepreneurs from the first fund invested like the founder of Amorelie or the founders of Flixbus.

Their portfolio is already pretty impressive and includes names our frequent followers will recognize, unicorns like Flixbus, Auto1 Group, Forto, Infarm. But they are also investors in well-known startups like Amorelie, Kitchen Stories, Flaschenpost, Spryker, and Superlist. 

Their portfolio also includes former guests, Qualifyze, Sanity Group, and Rows, for which you can find the interview link in the show notes.

Further Readings / Additional Resources

Qualifyze (audio only) 

https://player.captivate.fm/episode/220f49cc-2ef1-471a-bd5b-504d9235e892

Sanity Group

https://player.captivate.fm/episode/6c8572f9-ef9c-43c0-9bd1-3641a787a3bc

Rows

https://player.captivate.fm/episode/9beec601-bfc6-4921-b1ec-05ca641d7959

Links and Show Notes

Find all links and show notes here: https://medium.com/startuprad-io/meet-filip-one-of-germanys-most-successful-early-stage-vcs-cherry-ventures-gsa22-b344a9169b89

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Hello and welcome everybody this is Joe from startuprad.io your startup podcast and you to block from the german-speaking area Germany Austria and Switzerland today I have another winner of the German starter boards here hey

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Filip how you doing I'm great great to be here hopefully

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our pleasure you won in the German startup what category investor and not surprisingly you are an investor you are the founding partner of

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Sherry Ventures yes like the fruit Jerry Ventures based in Berlin and everybody who's a frequent follower of our news I do Tsum.

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Bill already know that name yeah right I mean we started investing couple years ago I think we have the the different thing about us so we started more.

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On the other side of the table so we were all everyone in the P team has been building companies before we became an investor that's also and I think I guess we're going to talk about this a little bit.

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Now we do things maybe a bit different than than a lot of other funds.

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Yes of course we will talk about it a lot here first and foremost thank you very much for the sponsor of this interview start over not calm the easiest and most efficient ways to meet,

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Filip I've been looking a little bit at your profile this time we will not link your LinkedIn profile because everybody is tempted to send you pictures that way we we will get

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at the very end of the interview two words how you can pitch it for everybody who's just interested in that there will be right now here in YouTube there will be known where you can find all the details

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but talking about you I've seen you tended the Phillips Academy

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close to Boston and my first thought was hmm are you know addicted to Krispy Kreme donuts

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yeah good question a little bit I like them I mean we were it was a boarding school so and it was you know age you know 1415 you weren't really allowed to

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go to Boston on your own but we did eventually couple times and of course had a lot of those donuts yeah.

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Awesome it's very fortunate they are not around here otherwise you would totally see it and also studied

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in Buenos Aires and the first thing that came to mind is when you dance flamingo

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Flamenco no no but I have to admit I did a I tried like a Tango Buenos Aires tango lesson but didn't really succeed so I left it at the one at the one lesson per was harder than Exchange,

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I think Tennessee see Mia.

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Also seen you work quite a lot as we said so for example at Daimler Chrysler Inman Malaysia I found very interesting Boston Consulting Group and also Sony BMG in New York City,

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I assume they've been all internships yeah I was and so was born as Iris by the way it was part of this program that I did a school in Germany called wh you and then I went to and

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as part of that education we had.

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A number of internships that we did broads and one of them was Malaysia which was exciting you know work for a German car company in Asia where.

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You know still you know very very prestigious thing to drive a Mercedes and we introduced a couple of new models then and then yeah the typical I would say Consulting gig that sort of every.

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It can business student at some point has to do and then yeah Sony BMG was interesting because I got to go to New York which was probably one of the most exciting times in my life and stay there for a lot longer than the original internship.

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I did a lot of music as a kid so I sang in a band played the violin I have a classical training as a musician for for voice also so I always thought I would end up in the music industry.

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And and I didn't eventually but at least I got to see it for a couple months so that was that was fun of course you know New York was contesting awesome

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I honestly also love to sing but it's so off-key even the catch takes Refuge when her starts when it's not gonna bother here

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let's not do it let's not do it here on the side as a great and excellent appreciate you first company back in 2008 what did drive you after doing,

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Malaysia Consulting music business why did you start your own company and what was it all about.

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Yeah it's it was a time where I think the the startup ecosystem in Germany and in Europe generally was a very very different place there were very few startups the first couple of successes I don't know if you remember Sue default set and these kind of companies they were around,

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it was a very small scene and I met when I was still at school writing my Master's thesis I met a couple of.

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Business angels that had decide Iya for Collectibles Marketplace and you know I got into it a friend of mine that I was living together we both kind of be like the idea we were starting to do some work on it.

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At some point we were like okay why not let's do it let's move to Berlin.

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And then we started building it long story short companies not around anymore so it wasn't a success.

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We skated to maybe 25 30 people race a little bit of money.

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From some investors from the sort of eBay environments or but yeah as many as 90% of all startups failed so that this one but there was my entry ticket sort of into the world of Entrepreneurship

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it was your first learning what kind of Collectibles that you have there on the platform

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I was Art it was antiques but it was also kind of the typical Collectibles categories like stamps coins we had

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Michael Schumacher's first car we had the tennis racket that Steffi Graf won The Wimbledon tournament so we had some really fun items as well like highlight auctions we call them

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and and we tried to get into life auction and I guess it was a little bit early for that anyways I mean you see now Sotheby's and Christie's and all these companies have live auction online but.

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Back when we started was always you know also connection problems so they our connection was just not fast enough to to to Really stream a good video quality,

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yeah but mixed mixed things yeah I also noticed it's getting

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easier and easier for you and me to actually connect here and have really good real-time conversation and good video and audio quality which wasn't totally the case when I started out podcasting back in 2012 so,

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I've really appreciate the quality that improved here and in 2009 you found it solando launch it was later part of the.

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Hamburg based fashion e-commerce drawing to Lando and.

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How did you get in there from Collectibles to Fashion yeah so

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I mean we were we were sort of figuring out that we were not really going anywhere with with Telemundo my first startup and I was looking around I had the option to go back to be CG to Boston Consulting

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and then I spoke to two of my close friends from school Robert and David who had just started zalando salon by the way it's not a case of Berlin,

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Berlin based company and and and you know I joined them and they were like hey why don't you join and I.

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I started looking into everything that was sort of new business so new categories I let our internationalisation when zalando grew from Germany to 17 markets in Europe.

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And then we had this idea about building a shopping club so it was an under launch is basically an off Price shopping club similar to in the u.s. you have killed group or

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V PV and France is quite a large business as well and then yeah we actually set this up I started the to build a team started to build product.

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And every launch it eventually then 2009.

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And you've been a c-level executive there for four years and then,

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for whatever reason your CV axle and oh stops.

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And you found chair Avengers can you take us Above This Cliff how did you make the decision and why did you become a VC yeah so I was there for.

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Six years little bonus six years and 2014 zalando IP old and you know when a company IPOs you.

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You kind of have to really make up your mind do you want to stay do you want to continue because I've been when you public then it's also you know little bit.

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More difficult to leave and and so I had this I would say thought process on what I wanted to do next I was turning 30.

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And there was my 30th birthday which ended up being my birthday party and my zalando goodbye party.

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And the same in one because I fed I wanted to work in a small environment again I had really.

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Enjoyed this investment

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activity that we would that we did so it's also how we started into into then building Cherry eventually was we started very small we started as business angels we did small Investments.

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With our own money maybe 20,000 here 30,000 here 50,000 for very very different to how Angels invest today where some of them

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puts personally invest a few hundred thousand into one company but back then it was still small we did small Investments and grew a very interesting portfolio over time.

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And then when I knew I was going to leave zalando.

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I thought about maybe I start in the comp company maybe there's a new startup idea that I had in the more I thought about it the.

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The more often I came back to the idea of professionalizing this investment side.

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And that was then and then you know Christian my partner at Cherry and I we were for a long time sitting next to each other at Salon do.

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And and we were investing together as angels and then you know as sort of I would say this idea.

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Became a bit more developed within secretary let's do it let's just raise our own fun we have to obviously take an external money we can all do it with all because we didn't have enough so it was an also the decision to bring in investors.

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And that was kind of the idea of cherry and how Cherry started.

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Hmm of course you race your first fund 10 million u.s. dollars and where did you get your external investors you just had some friends and say hey guys you got a few Millions around.

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So the first one that we had was very small as you said it was mostly it was even smaller than tell me it was really just personal Capital plus a few close friends so we just asked a bunch of people hey do you want to do an invest with us,

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and from that we built a portfolio of.

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Maybe around 30 startups some were actually really really successful and like we had some great great wins in that in that fund we had also won that IPO would later we had fixed bars we had Kwon Do

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I'm really so really really cool,

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group of companies some of course not so successful but I think in general the fund was was was was growing very nicely and then the First Institutional fund.

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Was 150 million euro which was.

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Big at the time for a first-time fund for early-stage fund our current fund now is around 300 million.

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So we grew a bit over time but didn't group grew too much because we also didn't want to I can talk about that later

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but we started raising that from friends as well and that the interesting thing is that a lot of the people that we've invested in that had successful exits now invested in US.

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So the founder of a mobile Elia she became an LP in the fund and the flex post guys that we invested in your home and Ray died in there.

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Now invested in charity so that's really cool to see how then you know it's a community you support each other and they sort of maybe.

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Thought that you know if these guys do this then they may have an idea what they're doing because they're already invested in us so they supported us and that was the first.

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Chapter basically a fundraising the first couple of million came like that from friends and friends of friends and extended networks and,

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a lot of individuals was a very very tough fundraise we took us a couple of months because it was a lot of money,

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and then over time our investor base has become much more institutional's institutional so our investors now the big investors are Pension funds

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their large foundations they are us universities so we still have some individuals but the majority now is.

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I would say more sophisticated Financial investors institutional investors

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I've seen that you that you have so I've seen that you have at least four funds with we just talk about it more than 1 billion US dollars as a dynamic management and.

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From what I've seen.

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More than 50 Investments you took as leaked and you're still an early stage investor so that's a lot of money to deploy there.

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I don't know the the the it looks a little bit like the speed and size of the early stage investment has shot up quite a lot.

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Personal expression Ali I think they got.

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The they have been growing by 100% at least and they always get earlier.

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The money at first you just had to show a product had to show some revenues but now the investors are getting in early and early because they get better valuations is this also your,

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personal experience that you need to invest more and earlier yeah I think the,

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the activities have definitely shifted a bit towards more early-stage companies we have always been early.

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Investors from the beginning so Cherry often likes to be the First Institutional.

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Capital into a business so we often have the case that there's some angels that are already invested sometimes not sometimes we the first ones.

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But typically we invest as a first fund and that's going to stay a strategy if you talk about the amount yes it's a lot of money but 60% of the fund

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we reserve,

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to then follow on in our own portfolio company so if you invest in a seed round and the first institution around that means we allocate or on sixty percent of the capital.

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To then invest in in the series a and then the series B and some of the later rounds and that's kind of how also then the fun size.

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Makes sense or is necessary actually to be a partner not just from one stage but actually be a partner for many stages for the company and and and provide them with the necessary funds and you asked about.

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How early do investors go and I think it is it is right of course the earlier the business.

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The lower the valuation but of course also the riskier the investment so I really believe that investor should be focused.

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Stage focused and we are very very good at you know doing these idiots doing this early Diaz spotting the best Founders early,

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but we wouldn't become a growth investor like we wouldn't you know now you know compete with a tiger Global's or the big the big hedge funds or so in this world that's not our business that's not the business we want to be.

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Hmm understood and as he said you've been quite good in picking earlier on

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good startups up flick suppose flicks Johan we have him in the in our interview we already interviewed the founders of qualifies and Sanity group you've invested

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early in the unicorns inform and seller X and you determine access we also covered in our news like a morally

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kitchen stories flashing post

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and Auto one I think you you guys have a pretty good pretty good idea how to track how to get in early on interesting startups,

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what's the secret about that you have to look at a lot of pitch decks and

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learn over time or do you have an algorithm or do you just write an AI and it sounded good good sticks are there will be wonderful wouldn't it that we can all go to the beach and the IAI does the investment for us no that's unfortunately not the case it is still very much

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but people's business and at the end the idea is important but more important than the ideas of team.

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So it's very much about understanding who are the brightest Minds in the industry and what topics are they thinking about and.

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Then of course we have a strong view of markets that we like industries that we like.

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And if we can match that if we have a unique.

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Personality as a bride mine that is working in an industry that we like then we start to be very interesting then we try to get involved and.

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We also use technology not an AI that makes a decision to decision we need to make but we use a lot of technology to filter so we have a few thousand,

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pitch Decks that we look at every year.

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And we also do a lot of outbound so of course you can apply to Cherry and say like hey is my deck to do you want to invest but we often times actually turn it around.

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And we look for signals in the market we screen platforms like Twitter or GitHub also LinkedIn so for example if you're a.

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VP product at Salon do and you change your job title on LinkedIn to something like stealth mode or startup or working on something new we.

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Get a ping,

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through our software and then we can reach out and and and start a conversation and sometimes it actually leads to an investment so we are of course working with the big team we are around 30 people that are sort of in across Europe searching for the best opportunities.

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But then we can enable that a bit through the technology that we've built on top he said

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there are a few Industries you like I'm can we talk about that before we get to the important question why you're called charity Ventures both very important yeah so we typically me IVC so.

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We look at every single investment has to have the potential to return the entire fund which means we have to include exclude.

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Businesses that may be good businesses but they just can to desai's

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that we require as a VC so we tend to focus on large Industries often where there's little digitization and we believe that these industries will be.

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Disrupted over the next couple of years so just to give you a couple of examples we've been very active in fintech.

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An area which you know the bank's you had the big bangs and the entire fintech value chain has been.

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Desegregated and there have been more and more startups focusing on smaller parts of the value chain like FX or like consumer banking or lending so.

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And and and there's been some very successful outcome in this space my partner Christian focuses a lot on food

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a tentative protein for example he's in a few delivery companies that he's invested in.

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I also have a strong focus on health health Tech obviously a massive Market opportunity in terms of the size of the market

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after a little technical Interruption since you lost your internet the back there in London I'm Philip is back and we still need to clarify why you are

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Sherry Ventures.

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Yeah through now we talked about great streaming and it's an end and now we lose each other in the middle of London no but Sherry the name.

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There's a lot of stories to it the the easiest one is of course you know cherry picking

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the cherry on the on top that we like so we were actually thinking about names and we wanted to do something that's a bit different different from the other so we didn't want to name it after a tree like Oak Tree Ventures or Sequoia like somebody

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American Funds we wanted something a little bit more you know.

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Seed and also with a bit of a twinkle in the eye and we like cherry and we picked it and we don't really remember why but we like it and we going to keep it.

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Okay I understood and when everybody is watching this for the very simple reason they want to get you on board as an investor as you said

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early-stage you want to be the First Institutional money so likely precede most of the time I would assume seed funding.

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Yeah see it proceeded sometimes we can do a series a but usually we stick to seed.

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Understood oh where are you focusing is there like a certain geography we invest yes as we support a lot when we invest so we work closely with our teams and our Founders and,

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that's also why we focus almost exclusively on Europe we have some.

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Exceptions to that rule but they're usually European teams that have moved to the US or moved elsewhere and within Europe we have a strong focus on the daf region Germany.

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Of course being the most important we also I had quote as we have a bigger office in London where I am today here even though we don't have good internet,

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and then we have an office in Stockholm yeah okay I see I'm what is your normal ticket size if you invest.

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It starts very small we can do a few hundred thousand the average ticket is larger it surrounds two to three million and we can also do Investments that are larger than that the largest initial check that we've written as probably around 67 million.

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You are investing in startups we currently at the very trying time.

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When we recording this beginning of September we are not sure about the

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he teaching about the energy in Europe throughout the winter hopefully it will be done too harsh but nobody knows for sure the question is what do you expect for your start up your portfolio

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in the next let's say two years currently I would assume a recession with high inflation and combined.

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Yeah I think that is pretty clear we are heading or we actually already in a recession and that of course will impact the startup industry as a whole.

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You see it already if you look at the numbers the investment volumes this year are significantly below last year.

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Last year we were on all-time highs across the board that was almost that everyone became a startup investor they were also so many new funds and angels and we are seeing now that as money gets,

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more expensive

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with increasing inflation and then of course consumers not being able to spend as much because they need to save because energy costs going up that of course that has an impact on.

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On our portfolio it has an impact on.

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Startups overall and if you look at the public market so the startups that are already sort of not startups anymore but they went public you also see,

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huge correction throughout the course of this year right so the multiples evaluations have come down significantly the way we think about it it's like we.

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We always want to back.

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Amazing teams and we will continue to do that also in a time like this so in the financial crisis and the recession.

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But as a Founder you need to of course focus more on profitability.

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Growth is important but it's not everything so it's important that as a found that you think about how can I reach profitability with the company.

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How can actually build a good business and not just something that has big growth numbers but it's never going to make money so in that sense that's definitely a little bit of a mind shift that has been going on in our industry for the past couple of months yeah.

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Hmm you guys are all so crypto investors crypto has been beaten pretty

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badly recently not only with the decline in the cryptocurrencies but also with with the big with the big fall out of big names like like Celsius

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what is your outlook for the current market so it's a very volatile Market in the moment which I think we believe this volatility is going,

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remain for the next few months at least.

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We are not a Kryptonian Wester we have made some investments in the stay in the state in the space.

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But more from the perspective that we believe that there's a lot of interesting application for blockchain to actually support.

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Interesting businesses so when it's like for example if you think about you know security or fintech and the defy space

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so you won't find us investing into the next hot coin that sort of we hope will explode and value what we don't really know what's behind it that's

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that's not what we do but we invest into crypto businesses where crypto is more the technology layer that will in enable the value creation,

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that this business wants to wants to promote so in that sense.

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Of course we are hit the Buy in markets like every other investors but I think the the the companies that we have that were not the ones that were trading at this Tech Moon.

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Dream valuations that Then Came Crashing Down that they don't really concern output for you like any.

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Talk about the portfolio as he said he do a lot of Outreach but you also.

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Are of course yeah encouraging interesting startups to pitch as we said

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no good idea to fit you via LinkedIn there is an email address

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deal at Sherry .v see that's most likely where all the pictures should go right yeah yeah I mean you can send a pitch there I would encourage

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found us that are interested in and partnering I would really encourage them to

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connect directly to one of our team members it's possible it's easy like we are traveling all the time we are at the different conferences WE Post Office hours so I would say try and build a personal connection because as I said

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I agree there's a few thousand pitch Decks that we are looking at every year and it's important that your.

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Your sticks out and away and I think it's much much easier to achieve that when there's a little bit of a personal connection so.

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I would encourage people to try and find ways to connect with us directly rather than my you know team at ordeal at Carey.

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Mmm talking about the ultimate personal connections you guys are also hiring right.

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Yeah we are hiring we are always hiring strengthening the team just brought on new team member for the Stockholm office.

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Recently a new high also for London and yeah of course I mean it's never going to be 100 people team we wanted to keep it small.

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We want to stay lean as a firm but we are adding Talent from time to time so that's interesting to you yeah please reach out as well.

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Of course down here in the show notes on our medium block there will be the link and the last question I have for you where do you want charity be in 5 years down the road,

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we love what we do we love early stage investing so as I said we're not going to become this massive.

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Gross fund that invests across all stages we want to stay focused and want to continue building the platform the Cherry platform we want to be the firm.

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That is the first call to,

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any ambitious founder and Europe that wants to work on something new and something exciting and yeah we're working hard to getting there we're not there yet but I think we're on a good way.

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Paint,

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again thank you for thank you very much for the interview congratulations to winning The Germ startup award 2022 category investor and of course best of luck for you of Ventures and Sherry Ventures.

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Thanks so much thanks Joe was great to be on the show.

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00:35:29
352. Female Founders at the European Angel Investment Summit (2/2)
00:34:07
351. Meet INZMO one of Europe's Fastest Growing Insurtech Startups
00:31:40
350. Interviews from the European Angel Investment Summit (1/2)
00:30:27
349. The Network of European Startup Hubs 101
00:42:03
348. This Month in German, Swiss, and Austrian (GSA) Startups - October 2022 Wrap-Up
00:25:40
347. Meet Tvarit - Hidden Industrial AI Champion Making MJanufacturing Sustainable
00:33:11
346. Berlin-based Green Startup Trilleco is on a Mission to help Businesses Analyze and Manage their Environmental Impact
00:34:16
345. Meet Monite - They Make the Life of CFOs Easier
00:29:58
344. This Month in German, Swiss, and Austrian (GSA) Startups - September 2022
00:25:53
343. Fintech Opportunities in Central Bank Digital Currency - Part 1
00:28:59
342. Meet Hidden Giant in Shoppers Rewards: Global Savings Group
00:39:57
341. Meet COMPREDICT, the Startup Where Blackberry and Michelin Invested
00:20:28
341. Startup News GSA - Summer Wrap-Up (July & August '22)
00:38:44
340. Meet Germany's Effortless All-In-One HR Software Startup Kenjo
00:35:53
339. Meet Byways - The Startup of Sennder's Former Head of Product - And They Have the US in Sight
00:24:22
338. Asvin Provides Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things
00:34:18
337. Instigo Started on its Way to Become an Autonomous Growth Hacking Ad Platform for Digital Marketers
00:29:55
336. Learn How French Fintech Unicorn Qonto Wants to Conquer the German Market
00:37:59
335. This Month in German, Swiss, and Austrian (GSA) Startups - June 2022
00:29:12
334. Germany has approved Cannabis For Medical Use, and Legalization for Recreation Is Next
00:37:14
333. Meet AlpahaQ - They Are on Their Way to Becoming a One Billion Euros Fund of VC Funds
00:36:26
332. Endosane Brings New Hope For Patients With Mental Health Conditions
00:35:53
331. Pulse of the European Startup System - Update Q1 2022
00:27:22
330. FQX brings Companies’ Debt Funding to the Blockchain
00:29:53
328. Meet Kranus Health the Startup Behind Germany's Most Successful Digital Health Launch
00:25:42
329. This Month in German, Swiss, and Austrian (GSA) Startups - May 2022
00:29:56
327. ROWS brings Spreadsheets to the Age of APIs
00:35:59
326. EXALOAN Wants to Bridge the Funding GAP of SMEs Across the Globe
00:30:27
325. Billie brings - Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) - to the B2B Market
00:41:07
324. This Month in GSA Startups - April 2022
00:28:54
323. Exclusive Data on Startup Funding in Germany, Austria and Switzerland with Equidam
00:31:40
322. CO2BIOCLEAN turns CO2 into Biodegradable Fiber That can be used in Clothing
00:26:19
321. The City of Mainz Just Started on Its Way to Becoming a World-Class BioTech Hub
00:22:52
320. This Month in GSA Startups - March 2022
00:34:06
319. What Founders and Investors Can Expect from the New German Government
00:32:07
317. Exclusive Data on Europe’s Startup Hotspots in Q4 2021
00:33:31
316. The Digital Euro and Why Stable Coins Matter
00:49:56
314. Qualifyze Makes Supply Chains in Life Science And Chemical Industry More Transparent
00:36:28
313. This Month in GSA Startups - February 2022
00:31:05
312. Meet Finoa, They Want to Build a Crypto Bank
00:43:51
312. What We Have Learned from Atomico's State Of European Tech Survey
00:36:01
311. Solytic Helps the Small Solar Investor to Play With the Big Guys
00:29:38
310. This Month in German Startups - January 2022
00:30:40
309. Meet Read-O, the Spotify for Books
00:25:33
308. AskBrian is the Digital Assistant All Busy Professionals Need
00:24:43
Fintech Review 2021 – Germany, Austria And Switzerland (GSA)
00:25:05
This Month in German Startups - December 2021
00:23:36
&Charge Just Raised Seed Funding to Help Online Shoppers Fight Global Warming
00:42:25
Cogia Just IPOed And Wants to Use the Access to Capital to Drive Market Consolidation
00:26:27
Driverama Wants to Start a European Used Car Market – And Just Entered Germany
00:32:42
Highlights of Germany’s Most Extensive Annual Startup Survey
00:12:07
This Month in German Startups - November 2021
00:23:36
Fastbill’s Exit to Canada Based Unicorn FreshBooks
00:39:50
Meet TIS - The World’s Leading SaaS-B2B Outbound Payment Platform
00:30:39
LUBIS EDA Maybe a Game Changer for the Semiconductor Industry
00:20:40
bonus GSA Unicorn Tracker - October 2021 (Bonus)
00:11:17
This Month in German Startups - October 2021
00:20:57
bonus A Look Inside the World’s First Law Regulating Autonomous Driving (Bonus Episode)
00:29:35
Meet Emma – They Are on Their Way to Becoming the World’s No 1 Sleep Brand
00:31:17
Meet Edupression a Vienna-Based App on Prescription
00:26:14
bonus MeetFox Makes Managing Your Client Meetings a Breeze (Bonus Episode)
00:24:09
bonus Meet Johanna, the Lead of our Female Entrepreneurship Track (Bonus)
00:06:10
Incari wants to be the OS for the cars of the future
00:40:26
A Look in the German Esports Market with GAMERS ACADEMY (Bonus)
00:25:18
This Month in German Startups - September 2021 Unicorn Tracker (Bonus)
00:15:49
This Month in German Startups - Summer Wrap-Up (July, August, September) 2021
00:29:49
The Proptech HAUSGOLD Matches Real Estate Brokers with Buyers and Sellers
00:37:43
Meet Austria-Based Monkee – A Fintech With More Than 80% Women as Clients
00:36:27
Entrepreneur Tools #6 – How to Start Thinking About Your Corporate Culture
00:45:31
German Startup Awards 2021 – Special Award for Lukasz Gadowski
00:40:14
Meet Visualvest, the White Label Robo Advisor With € 2.6 bn Client Assets Under Management
00:34:45
Follow-Up with SAX Power, the Cutting-Edge Battery Startup
00:21:53
Entrepreneur Tools – What startups get Wrong working with Corporates
00:31:26
German Startup Awards 2021 – Best Newcomer
00:26:15
Follow-Up with the All-Digital Health Insurer Ottonova
00:43:38
Meet the Person in Charge of Germany’s €10 bn Startup Program
00:28:29
German Startup Awards 2021 – Social Entrepreneur of the Year
00:25:23
(BONUS) German Institutional Funds Will Not Invest Big Bugs in Cryptocurrencies
00:30:16
IDnow talks about their acquisition of Ariadnext
00:39:21
swisspod wants to build a Hyperloop underneath the Alps
00:36:11
This Month in German Startups - June 2021
00:22:03
Bonus: This Month in German Startups – Unicorn Stampede
00:16:49
German Startup Awards 2021 #GSA21 – Entrepreneur of the Year Finn Hänsel
00:43:05
Meet Palturai – The Google of Business Data
00:24:12
German Startup Awards 2021 – Female Social Entrepreneur of the Year
00:26:34
LIVEDAB Offers Filters to Draw Attention to Causes or Advertising
00:20:13
Onetool Helps to Cut Your SaaS Costs
00:29:41
ekipa Offers a Platform for Innovation Challenges
00:29:25
Expert Dojo Offers a Virtual Global Accelerator Program to build your Unicorn
00:31:02
Meet the Startup NanoStruct, They Are Listening to Molecules
00:25:52
Entrepreneur Tools #4 – How to Build a Tech Team
00:39:26
Bonus Episode: Trade Republic becomes Germany’s most valuable Startup with 5.3 bn US$ valuation
00:19:14
This Month in German Startups – May 2021
00:25:01
eye2you Converts Smartphones in Simple Medical Retina Scanners
00:28:00
We bring the German speaking startup scene to you in English
00:00:40
Meet the Fintech Behind the 100 mn € Exit Nobody Talks About
00:29:09
How Crowdfunding for EU Startups will Change this Fall
00:14:55
BS-Free Service Design & Data-Driven Business Solution - Entrepreneur Tools Episode 3
00:53:24
Spacific Allows You to Measure Objects with AR Glasses
00:31:18
Europe’s most attractive Startup Hubs? Berlin Beats London
00:35:48
This Month in German Startups - April 2021
00:22:58
Meet NECT – Germany’s Most Downloaded Self-Identification App
00:26:58
How to Headhunt Tech Talent
00:35:27
Conversational AI for Customer Service with e-bot7
00:35:04
homefully Offers Co-Living in Germany and Switzerland and is Looking to Expand
00:27:24
How to keep your Cryptos Safe?
00:17:55
Proptech Capmo Replaces Pen and Paper with Digital Workflows and Smart Construction Analytics
00:28:12
Television.ai Generates with an AI TV Content
00:20:38
What are Non-Fungible Tokens – NFTs?
00:30:00
Learnings from a Dot-Com CEO
00:27:15
Rhine-Main Review 2020 and 2021 Outlook
00:42:23
This Month in German Startups - March 2021
00:21:49
We are nothing like Greensill says Frankfurt-based Traxpay
00:29:12
Flash Update on Startuprad.io
00:00:40
Interview German Business Angel of the Year 2020
00:31:13
Mirrakoi Helps Surgeons with 3D Models and 3D Prints to Prepare for Surgeries
00:39:44
Flash Hub Helps to Organize and Scale Global Virtual Teams
00:29:00
EVITADO Avoids Collisions of Planes on the Ground – Using Lidar
00:26:00
KONVOI Helps with AI and Sensors to Prevent the Theft of Truck Cargo
00:21:25
PaceUp Invest Helps Women to Create and Manage Wealth – Founded by a Woman
00:29:51
This Month in German Startups - February 2021
00:26:01
Xperience Plus Wants To Change How You Watch Sports and Movies Forever
00:21:30
Iconic holding wants to be the largest Crypto Asset Manager in Europe
00:33:05
Four Essentials for Every Entrepreneur – Entrepreneur Tools Episode 2
00:25:54
My Football Space Connects Fans with Clubs Globally
00:34:30
Tangany Offers a White-Label Custody Solution for Crypto Assets
00:27:23
This Month in German Startups - January 2021
00:21:25
Tencent backs insurance startup Clark in $85M US round. We talk to Clark’s CEO
00:30:00
Meet CommneX a Market Place For Public Finances
00:26:38
This Month in German Startups - 2020 Review
00:20:58
Meet Epap.App, they want to re-invent receipts
00:27:51
Meet Berlin-based Fintech Bitbond, the Company Behind Germany's First Regulated Security Token Offering
00:27:45
DueDash wants to help startups become investable and network with potential investors
00:28:52
Fintech Review 2020
00:24:45
Meet Europe’s most important Seed Investor HTGF from Germany
00:47:16
This Month in German Startups - December 2020
00:20:13
The BISON App Allows Uncomplicated and Reliable Trading of Cryptocurrencies on the Smartphone
00:27:04
Amazing Blocks can tokenize Any Asset Legally
00:43:10
Sciflow Helps You to Write the Best Possible Research Paper
00:29:25
Learn from Maria – Investor in several of Germany’s renowned startups
00:33:11
This Month in German Startups - November 2020
00:28:22
(+)plural makes Children Books for Blind and Visually Impaired Children Affordable
00:26:13
Where to set up Shop in Canada
00:23:52
Artificial Connect uses AI to generate automated local event announcements
00:27:00
Scriptbakery taught an AI to analyze manuscripts and the emotions of a potential reader
00:26:17
This Month in German Startups - October 2020
00:19:50
Questlog mastered individualized mass production
00:24:54
doks. innovation enables indoor drone flights for next level digital logistics
00:31:54
Emporion Innovations helps startups and corporates with anonymized testing of product ideas
00:36:15
How to test web applications for security loopholes
00:22:37
SleevesUp! Sees a bright future as coworking space in tier 2 and tier 3 cities
00:38:11
This Month in German Startups - Summer 2020 (July, August, September)
00:24:20
Cyreen provides consumer brands with brick and mortar analytics
00:40:09
Startuprad.io Episode 200
00:29:50
Follow-Up with the Bloomberg of Crypto – CoinAnalyst
00:26:20
Legal Tech AI Startup NAIX redacts Contracts with AI for Companies in M&A Transactions
00:45:03
The German Bill to Permit Crypto Securities
00:35:58
Looking for a Graffiti Décor in your office? “Book A Street Artist” may know someone
00:29:55
NGRAVE offers the most secure end-to-end solution in the world for managing digital assets
00:40:09
Meet Wingcopter – The startup that develops drones for UPS
00:35:26
Hawa Dawa is an environment intelligence company – Originally founded to help asthma patients
00:25:32
DATAbility enables airlines to safe money with digital twins
00:28:56
Biweekly publication in summer break
00:01:16
Quoscient helps to analyze, investigate and respond to cyber-threats
00:41:35
This Month in German Startups - June 2020
00:18:16
News Wrap-up developing Wirecard story
00:09:26
Energy Robots provides Software for semi-autonomous Robots
00:19:30
Ginmon provides automated and personal online wealth management
00:37:26
Airive wants to change how Companies buy Mobility Services
00:26:47
This Month in German Startups - May 2020
00:20:48
Learn from an Indian-born entrepreneur, who raised 35 mn Euros Venture Capital in Germany (2/2)
00:18:17
IDA Pivoted during Coronavirus to a more diversified strategy
00:44:11
Quantgene can detect early-stage cancer in a single draw of blood
00:40:18
Mainstage Incubator helps to build World-Changing Startups right in the heart of Europe
00:34:01
This Month in German Startups - April 2020
00:21:39
Cansativa imports medical cannabis for Germany
00:31:50
Meet Innoplexus the startup which fights ALL diseases
00:28:08
Sono Motors Raised Money with "ONE Starter" and the tool is now free
00:23:55
Meet Berlin-based cryptocurrency challenger bank Bitwala
00:35:40
How to lure corporate talent to a startup?
00:42:10
This Month in German Startups - March 2020
00:28:47
This Month in German Startups - Covid19 Flash - Changes to Insolvencis in Germany
00:21:34
Acomodeo helps companies to find serviced apartments worldwide
00:24:03
This Month in German Startups - Corona Flash - March 19th 2020
00:06:52
Codario.io makes open source security easy
00:19:27
Pythia forecasts the next trend in consumer products
00:30:42
This Month in German Startups - February 2020
00:16:03
TEC4MED works on the next generation smart logistics
00:17:43
Three Interviews from Graduation Ceremony of Founder Institute Frankfurt
00:07:57
The fintech CrowdDesk offers Funding-As-A-Service
00:32:26
This Month in German Startups - January 2020
00:16:47
The proptech THING TECHNOLOGIES is a technology platform for buildings
00:37:18
Xelera Technologies helps with their software to accelerate applications like machine learning
00:26:54
This year in German Startups 2019 Review & 2020 Outlook
00:16:55
GoContract is like Google Docs for Contracts
00:27:23
Mainz-based flyingshapes accelerates product development with their VR software
00:40:37
This Month in German Startups December 2019 by Startuprad io
00:16:42
Interview with Lucy Liu, co-founder of Hongkong-based fintech unicorn Airwallex
00:23:54
2019 Fintech Review Germany Talkshow by Startuprad.io
00:54:05
PERUN accelerates payment transactions on Blockchains with private channels
00:34:20
Anyblock is like Google Analytics for Blockchain
00:28:55
Stasher, helps you to stash your luggage away during travels
00:38:20
This Months in German Startups - November 2019
00:22:52
QualiFiction helps more SciFi authors to get published
00:10:30
Thinksurance connects brokers and insurance companies on their platform
00:02:24
Jellybooks is a martech for book publishers
00:19:06
Mitmalfilm.de enables even the worst painters to make an animated short story
00:09:33
Varia.media offers with their NLP tool Perspective-as-a-service for Journalism and Research
00:06:52
This Month in German Startups - October 2019
00:21:20
Easy Correct makes teaching better
00:13:15
Blendo makes data accessible for companies and helps them to stay competitive
00:32:12
Meet serial entrepreneur Suhas, he wants to make Tvarit the first unicorn in Frankfurt
00:21:15
App Guard helps developers to close security loopholes
00:06:54
She is just 12, but wants to start her own startup
00:04:51
Audio - Creators Collective offers a white label service for product development
00:06:18
Startup News Germany Summer (July, August, September) 2019
00:29:02
Sulfotools is a STEM startup, which replaces toxic components with water
00:12:39
My career and child is a virtual community to help coping with family and career
00:05:32
Audio - CitKar is no real e-bike, nor a car, nor a motorbike, but it is great
00:12:39
ULT holds the US Patent for a universal translator
00:09:40
Merck is looking for startups in Bio-Sensing & Interfaces, Liquid Biopsy, Clean Meat, or AI
00:08:54
Minds Medical is a big data startup which helps hospitals with their unstructured data
00:30:47
IT-Seal helps Companies to train their Employees in Cyber Security
00:15:57
Evum Motors wants to bring eMobility to Sub-Saharan Africa
00:15:19
Startup News Germany May and June 2019
00:20:28
Audio - CASHLINK is a Tokenization Platform for Venture Capital
00:19:45
Tesla should fear or buy the deeptech startup Sax Power
00:07:58
ThinkOwl wants to take over the European Market from ZenDesk
00:33:12
Marlo Technologies is a B2B financing marketplace for ocean freight
00:08:36
Inga helps employers to find employees, where headhunters can’t
00:25:38
Zuper is your personal finance coach
00:06:49
My-Fashionary.com connects online and offline fashion
00:17:04
Audio Interview - Mindzip is like Instagram for Great Ideas
00:07:57
Investsuite is a wealthtech startup, which offers personalized advise
00:17:59
Startup News Germany – April 2019 (Audio Track Live Stream)
00:23:34
EasySend will convert any existing form into a digital process
00:11:35
MountWish helps corporates to insure currency risk and currently moves from Munich to New York
00:17:13
FinTech Germany Award 2018 - Golden Garage
00:07:49
How a 125-year-old company turned itself into a digital platform
00:19:29
FRAMEN wants to make photography great again
00:26:08
PANALIS Solutions identifies upcoming legal and regulatory topics early on
00:17:04
CashLink wants to digitalize Venture Capital
00:17:00
Do you know creditshelf? It is Germany‘s only listed pure play fintech
00:04:36
Startup News Germany March 2019 - Audio only
00:20:45
ChemAlive allows you to forecast the properties of a molecule
00:03:53
CargoSteps finds Frankfurt the optimal Location for LogTech Startups
00:17:05
Chaï turns conventional books with AI in audiobooks
00:05:32
Startup News Germany - February 2019
00:34:26
Sigmundtalks.io helps to create content, assisted by their AI
00:07:47
eKidz.eu helps children to learn languages
00:06:55
Meet MeshCloud
00:09:52
Summarizebot uses AI for automated summaries of text, video and audio
00:05:03
Evan network brings heavy machinery on the blockchain
00:08:22
Startup News Germany - January 2019
00:27:45
Scienceroot uses Blockchain to build an Ecosystem for the Global Scientific Research Community
00:06:51
Field Buzz allows NGOs to work more efficient in remote areas
00:23:23
PANDO Ventures helps to accelerates later stage ventures
00:20:59
Vishal – Acellere Part 2 – Gamma the Auto Correct for Coding
00:12:07
Vishal – Acellere Part 1 – State of Digital Entrepeneurship in Germany
00:24:48
Meet JAM - Just Add Music
00:26:01
Talk Show Fintech Review 2018 – Germany
00:50:07
Audio News - Startup New Germany December 2018
00:32:06
Startup News Germany - November 2018
00:23:32
Startup News Germany October 2018
00:28:46
Startup News Germany Summer 2018 (July, August and September)
00:39:32
Startup News June 2018
00:23:15
Startup News May 2018
00:17:48
Startup News April 2018
00:22:50
Startup News March 2018
00:22:25
2018 Startup News Germany February Wrap-up
00:21:51
2018 Startup News Germany January Wrap-up
00:31:09
News – 2017 Review and 2018 Outlook
00:23:36
Startup News Germany Wrap-up – December 2017
00:17:12
Follow-Up Frankfurt based sports startup Wearable Life Sciences
00:18:30
Meet Tom Libelt - Serial Entrepreneur Online and Offline
00:34:16
Meet Salesdock – The Startup for Startups
00:28:58
2017 Fintech Review Germany and 2018 Outlook
00:17:38
Exclusive – Berlin-based fintech Penta goes live in with open beta – re-thinking banking
00:17:55
Startup News Germany Wrap-up – November 2017
00:24:48
Interview with Patrick de Zeeuw – Startupbootcamp Amsterdam
00:37:02
Startup News Germany Wrap-up – October
00:08:33
Raisin – How the financial crises inspired this former partner in a large consultancy to jump ship and found a startup
00:14:15
Startup News Germany Wrap-Up – September and Summer
00:18:40
Exclusive – First English Interview From The Newly Founded All Digital Health Insurer ottonova
00:40:22
Roadtrip to London III – Lukas Zörner – CEO & Co-Founder Mobility.co
00:13:47
Roadtrip to Pre-Brexit London II – Enterprise Bot Co-Founder Pranay Jain
00:16:09
Roadtrip to Pre-Brexit London I – Intro
00:09:37
RegTech at TechQuartier IV – Dr. Kirilenko on Blockchain in Finance
00:17:22
RegTech at TechQuartier III – Sebastian Schaefer on the TQ
00:10:48
RegTech at TechQuartier II – The future of RegTechs after Brexit, perspective from London
00:10:02
RegTech at TechQuartier I – The Brexit Impact on RegTechs
00:15:06
Startup News Germany – June 2017
00:28:29
Interview with Yassin, founder of AI savings app savedroid
00:19:18
Startup News Germany – May 2017
00:25:13
Startup News Germany – April
00:35:45
Startup News – 2017 February and March
00:44:50
Exclusive – Deutsche Bank‘s upcoming startup program
00:33:05
Clark.de, the only startup from Germany on Bloomberg’s list of 50 most promising startups
00:30:07
Startup News Germany January and 2016 Review
01:02:03
DWINS – DEUTSCHE BANK HACKATHON WINNER
00:28:40
Wire – Deutsche Bank Hackathon Winner
00:25:28
Frankfurt Celebrates Innovation – Interviews and Event Highlights from the German Accelerator Event
00:31:30
MEJO! aims to improve the life of diabetes patients with data science
00:19:05
Startup News Germany - October 2016
00:43:43
Security Startup Talks With Us About The DDoS Attacks
00:10:22
Interview With The #Brexit Hedge For Startups, Fintechs And Investors, Joinmainland.com
00:07:32
Startup News from Germany – 2016 Summer wrap up
00:32:40
Interview With Penta, Part II
00:20:32
#Roadtrip Interviews from #CODE_n Festival
00:14:11
Interview with Penta, the mobile banking app 🏦 for small and medium companies
00:31:05
Startup News from Germany – Summer
00:29:01
RoadTrip – Startuprad.io goes #SXSW S1, E7 – Lengoo
00:09:21
RoadTrip – Startuprad.io goes #SXSW S1, E6 – Cat Medic
00:08:47
RoadTrip – Startuprad.io goes #SXSW S1, E5 – DataLion
00:10:07
RoadTrip – Startuprad.io goes #SXSW S1, E4 – Konstrukt 3
00:08:52
Roadtrip Startuprad.io goes #SxSW Season 1, Episode 3 – ameria
00:08:09
RoadTrip – Startuprad.io goes #SXSW S1, E2 – TankTaler (ryd)
00:10:33
RoadTrip Season 1 – Startuprad.io goes #SXSW Intro
00:13:57
Startup news from Germany – May 2016
00:29:08
Startup news from Germany – April 2016
00:32:36
Interview with CoModule, the Android of Light Electric Vehicles and producer of an autonomous eBike
00:30:25
Startup news from Germany – March 2016
00:22:07
Startup news from Germany – February 2016
00:19:25
Startup news from Germany – January 2016
00:34:55
Startup news from Germany – December 2015
00:25:59
Two interviews from Euro Finance Tech 2015
00:23:48
Startup news from Germany – October 2015
00:19:35
Interview with Startup Weekend FinTech
00:11:18
Where finance meets technology – Interview with Maximilian Voigt
00:12:30
Startup news from Germany – June 2015
00:43:12
Startup news from Germany – May 2015
00:29:33
Interview with Wearable Life Science
00:14:57
Startup news from Germany – April 2015
00:17:22
Interview with Startupbootcamp FinTech London Accelerator
00:08:57
Startup news from Germany – March 2015
00:42:58
Startup news from Germany – February 2015
00:10:02
Startup news from Germany – January 2015
00:33:56
Interview with Dual Shaker
00:21:17
Interview with consulted – Part 2
00:24:36
Startup news from Germany – November 2014
00:06:53
Interview with consulted – Part 1
00:22:35
Review of the Startup Weekend Frankfurt 2014
00:19:34
Startup news from Germany – October 2014
00:03:55
Interview with Traxpay and main incubator
00:10:20
Interview with BLYSS Chocolate
00:44:52
Interview with Productive Mobile
00:35:17