community

Interview with Mona Szyperski and Anna Domascan from Women TechMakers

2018-07-10T16:31:10+00:00 July 10th, 2018|

Diversity and gender representation in the field of tech is a hot topic, and it has been for some time. Headlines about tech being an all-white male club have been well documented over the years, the ratio of men against women still currently hovering around 80/20. With the ever-growing influence of tech in all

“We Are Family”—incorporating a sense of community in order to scale up

2018-07-02T11:23:05+00:00 June 12th, 2018|

As Ingo Franz states in the Startup Genome report, connections between cities in the Rhein-Main region were non-existent up until recent years. Active communication among local cities is incredibly important in order to create an overall “sense of community”. This sense will allow for a more adequate exchange of resources, an acceleration of business ideas

It Takes a Region to Raise a Startup – Interview with Fabian Karau

2018-06-12T12:22:39+00:00 April 17th, 2018|

One thing that comes across when talking with Fabian Karau, it is his passion. He makes it clear from the beginning of our conversation : this project is born purely out of love for the startup community. Here is the idea : a poster where all key players, namely startups, corporates, universities, accelerators, along with

TQ Members Story ”Start with why”

2018-07-02T12:16:37+00:00 September 27th, 2017|

Various members of TechQuartier speak of their personal experiences with the community. Among them, Karl-Michael Molzer, CFO at the startup CCEX Cloud Commodity Exchange, sharing the revolutionizing idea behind CCEX and why TechQuartier is the right place to be – now and in future. Watch the video below: