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By Frederik

Inside Silicon Valley mit Tame und ARTE future - Folge 5


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Liebe Companisten,

wie ihr wisst, befindet sich ein Teil des Teams noch im Silicon Valley, um hier im Rahmen des German Silicon Valley Accelerators unter Anderem den Markteintritt in den USA vorzubereiten, während der andere Teil des Teams natürlich in Berlin die Stellung hält.

ARTE future begleitet unseren Aufenthalt hier im Selfie-Doku-Format "Inside Silicon Valley". Insgesamt zehn Folgen wird es geben. Schaut euch doch einfach mal an, was wir in San Francisco, Palo Alto und Umgebung so alles erleben.

Folge 5: Rat vom Experten

In der fünften Folge trifft Frederik etwa Gregor Hochmuth, Instagram-Mitarbeiter der ersten Stunde, der durch die Übernahme von Facebook über Nacht zum Millionär wurde. Außerdem werden die Probleme nicht-amerikanischer Startups im Valley angesprochen und schließlich kommt Arno Dirlam, der dritte Mitgründer und CTO von Tame, in San Francisco an.

Falls das Video nicht geladen wird oder ihr auch alle vorangegangenen Folgen sehen möchtet, so klickt hier: http://future.arte.tv/de/thema/silicon-valley



Selbstverständlich könnt ihr unseren Valley-Aufenthalt auch bei Twitter unter dem Hashtag "#futurevalley" begleiten oder euch in unserem Blog auf dem Laufenden halten.


Viele Grüße aus dem Valley

Team Tame



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