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[23 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

Anounz, a new classifieds website, which combines elements of traditional online classifieds platforms with elements of social network sites and operates the Marketplace, based on Open Social technology in the VZ networks, was acquired by Markt.de – one of Germany´s leading online classifieds platforms.
For more Info please see (german) press release or blog articles at Deutsche Startups.

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[14 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]

The new and expanded Calibre One Index for Q3 Tech investments is now ready to view.
As well as covering VC investments made in technology firms, there are now two further sections of the Index. ‘Executive moves’ provides a review of some of the key leadership moves in technology firms in Europe and North America whilst ‘Exits’ is a summary of the disclosed exits in this space. Calibre One feels this provides a more holistic view of the technology investment ecosystem – the investments, the exits and the people that make …

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[5 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]

Interesting read. The Up Group, an elite, pre-screened talent network of high-flyers, both companies and individuals, regularely published interviews with some first classe CEOs, which you should not miss, like:
Ian Dodsworth, CEO Tweetdeck or Simon Veingard, COO and co-Founder of Covestor.

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[24 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

The Fashion Insider Magazine released a new iPhone App today, which allows users to ask all kinds of fashion related questions and get quick answers from the fashion community. In addition to the question, users can send pictures and location data with the questions. Users of the App will be able to find out designers or labels of fashion items by just sending in a photo.
The service was launched in cooperation with hiogi gmbh and their service community product.
In addition to answering or asking questions from the iPhone App, all …

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[1 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

In order to promote its service to read free book abstracts on Liviato, the berlin-based Start-Up released a Podcast today to let people listen to the book extracts of the most popular books on iTunes. Users can subscribe to receive new episodes for free and to stay updated with the latest literature without reading all books.
Liviato is also giveing away books for free to the Twitter Community every week.
Liviato was launched in April 2010 and generated more than 2500 book abstracts so far from its community of book enthusiasts. The …