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By Frederik Fischer

Inside Silicon Valley mit Tame und ARTE future - Folge 7


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Liebe Companisten,

im Rahmen des German Silicon Valley Accelerators bereiten wir im Valley unter Anderem den Markteintritt in den USA vor, 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" in insgesamt zehn Folgen. Schaut euch doch einfach mal an, was wir in San Francisco, Palo Alto und Umgebung so alles erleben.

Folge 7: Die Investorensuche geht weiter

In der siebten Episode Ausgabe trifft Frederik in der Sand Hill Road in Menlo Park weitere Investoren. In der Sand Hill Road reiht sich ein Investorenbüro an das nächste, Termine ergeben sich mitunter sehr spontan, denn im Valley zählen vor allem drei Dinge: Kontakte, Kontakte, Kontakte. Viel Spaß mit der Folge!


Falls das Video nicht geladen wird oder ihr auch alle vorangegangenen Folgen sehen möchtet, so klickt hier. 


Mehr zu unserem Valley-Aufenthalt gibt es auch bei Twitter unter dem Hashtag "#futurevalley" oder in unserem Blog.

Und damit ihr wisst, wo sich ein Investoren-Büro an das nächste reiht, hier eine Kartenansicht der Sand Hill Road:

Größere Kartenansicht


Viele Grüße

Team Tame



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