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Startup Notes is the hub for unique entrepreneurial insights. Every two weeks, we publish a podcast interview with an accomplished founder or venture capitalist from Europe. We talk about all things startup-related – from identifying an opportunity, finding investors, to growing and scaling a company from three people to an international operation with hundreds of employees.

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Startup Notes is the hub for unique entrepreneurial insights. Every two weeks, we publish a podcast interview with an accomplished founder or venture capitalist from Europe. We talk about all things startup-related – from identifying an opportunity, finding investors, to growing and scaling a company from three people to an international operation with hundreds of employees.

    Wunder Mobility Founder Gunnar Froh on how to pivot your startup

    Wunder Mobility Founder Gunnar Froh on how to pivot your startup

    Gunnar Froh is Founder & CEO of Wunder Mobility. Based in Hamburg, Germany, the startup is one of the globally leading technology providers for new mobility solutions. With its platform, the company enables startups, corporations, and governments in 100+ cities around the world to launch, scale, and analyze shared transport solutions.
    Founded in 2014, Wunder Mobility pivoted twice to find its optimal business and operating model. Today, it is the fastest-growing company in its sector in Europe. The tech startup has also successfully raised $70m from notable investors like Blumberg Capital and Piton Capital along the way.
    In this episode, Gunnar shares why the founding team decided to pivot Wunder Mobility and how to successfully manage such a wide-ranging task when building a startup.

    • 33 min
    Teaser: Wunder Mobility Founder Gunnar Froh on how to pivot your startup

    Teaser: Wunder Mobility Founder Gunnar Froh on how to pivot your startup

    Gunnar Froh is Founder & CEO of Wunder Mobility. Based in Hamburg, Germany, the startup is one of the globally leading technology providers for new mobility solutions. With its platform, the company enables startups, corporations, and governments in 100+ cities around the world to launch, scale, and analyze shared transport solutions.
     
    Founded in 2014, Wunder Mobility pivoted twice to find its optimal business and operating model. Today, it is the fastest-growing company in its sector in Europe. The tech startup has also successfully raised $70m from notable investors like Blumberg Capital and Piton Capital along the way.
     
    In next week’s episode, Gunnar shares why the founding team decided to pivot Wunder Mobility and how to successfully manage such a wide-ranging task when building a startup.

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    TeleClinic's Katharina Jünger on the implications of the COVID-19 crisis on the digital health sector

    TeleClinic's Katharina Jünger on the implications of the COVID-19 crisis on the digital health sector

    Katharina Jünger is Co-Founder & CEO of TeleClinic. The Munich-based startup is one of the leading digital health companies in Europe. Its vision is to provide better healthcare for everyone through online doctor visits.
    Raised in a family of doctors, Katharina knew early on about the advantage of medical advice that is always available - something that she wanted other people to benefit from as well.
    For this, TeleClinic is building a platform that is a digital one-stop-shop for all health-related questions. With its app, it enables simple and secure communication between doctors and patients anywhere in Germany. Like this, patients can consult physicians, get prescriptions, and sick notes in just minutes.
    Since the startup was founded in 2015, TeleClinic has raised 9m€ from Digital Health Ventures and renowned Idinvest Partners, which has notable success cases like Onfido and Zenly in its portfolio.
    In this episode, Katharina shares how TeleClinic reacted to the COVID-19 crisis and why she thinks that the ongoing pandemic will help the digital health sector to leapfrog five years of market development. You’ll also find out about her biggest learning as a first-time entrepreneur and how to navigate in a highly regulated market.

    • 35 min
    Teaser: TeleClinic's Katharina Jünger on the implications of the COVID-19 crisis on the digital health sector

    Teaser: TeleClinic's Katharina Jünger on the implications of the COVID-19 crisis on the digital health sector

    Katharina Jünger is Co-Founder & CEO of TeleClinic. The Munich-based startup is one of the leading digital health companies in Europe. Its vision is to provide better healthcare for everyone through online doctor visits.
    Raised in a family of doctors, Katharina knew early on about the advantage of medical advice that is always available - something that she wanted other people to benefit from as well.
    For this, TeleClinic is building a platform that is a digital one-stop-shop for all health-related questions. With its app, it enables simple and secure communication between doctors and patients anywhere in Germany. Like this, patients can consult physicians, get prescriptions, and sick notes in just minutes.
    Since the startup was founded in 2015, TeleClinic has raised 9m€ from Digital Health Ventures and renowned Idinvest Partners, which has notable success cases like Onfido and Zenly in its portfolio.
    In this week’s episode, Katharina shares how TeleClinic reacted to the COVID-19 crisis and why she thinks that the ongoing pandemic will help the digital health sector to leapfrog five years of market development. You’ll also find out about her biggest learning as a first-time entrepreneur and how to navigate in a highly regulated market.

    • 1 min
    Segment Co-Founder Ilya Volodarsky on how to use analytics to drive your startup’s success

    Segment Co-Founder Ilya Volodarsky on how to use analytics to drive your startup’s success

    This week, we have a special episode with some great entrepreneurial insights from Silicon Valley. We had the pleasure to talk to Ilya Volodarsky, Co-Founder & President of Segment, a few months ago. Once close to failure, the Y Combinator-backed tech company was pivoted twice on its journey to unicorn status.
    Based with its HQ in San Francisco, Segment is the world’s leading customer data platform (CDP) that democratizes access to reliable data for all teams and offers a complete toolkit to standardize data collection, unify user records, and route customer data into any system where it’s needed. More than 20,000 companies like Intuit, FOX, Instacart, and Levi’s use Segment to make real-time decisions, accelerate growth, and deliver compelling user experiences. Amongst others, leading VC firms like Accel, e.ventures and GV (formerly Google Ventures) belong to its investors.
    In this episode, you’ll find out how founders can and should use analytics to drive their company towards success.
    +++ Apologies for the below-average audio quality of this episode!

    • 33 min
    Teaser: Segment Co-Founder Ilya Volodarsky on how to use analytics to drive your startup's success

    Teaser: Segment Co-Founder Ilya Volodarsky on how to use analytics to drive your startup's success

    Next week, we’ll have a special episode with some great entrepreneurial insights from Silicon Valley. We had the pleasure to talk to Ilya Volodarsky, Co-Founder & President of Segment, a few months ago. Once close to failure, the Y Combinator-backed tech company was pivoted twice on its journey to unicorn status.
    Based with its HQ in San Francisco, Segment is the world’s leading customer data platform (CDP) that democratizes access to reliable data for all teams and offers a complete toolkit to standardize data collection, unify user records, and route customer data into any system where it’s needed. More than 20,000 companies like Intuit, FOX, Instacart, and Levi’s use Segment to make real-time decisions, accelerate growth, and deliver compelling user experiences. Amongst others, leading VC firms like Accel, e.ventures and GV (formerly Google Ventures) belong to its investors.
    In next week’s episode, you’ll find out how founders can and should use analytics to drive their company towards success.+++ Apologies for the below-average audio quality of this episode!

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caradamato ,

So informative!

A fantastic resource for any aspiring entrepreneur! The tips, insights, and examples/experiences these podcasts reveal are truly beneficial for anyone interested in starting their own business or growing a current business. Absolutely recommend!

NYC butterfly ,

Informative and practical

Great insight!

Mutomax ,

Super insightful!

I support a team of co-founders in the production of their events, and these interviews have helped me in great deal!

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