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By David Marx

Additional Manpower for Kyl

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Dear Companists,

As always, we spent the last few days working on the new ice cream, and we received many requests. In this update, you may read about everything that happened.

 

Additional Manpower for Kyl

Broser GmbH has hired another engineer to complete work on the Kylator.

In order to speed up the development of the Kylator, our machine for the production of the first molecular ice cream in the world, and to stay in close contact with the inventor of this machine, David Marx, Broser GmbH has recently hired Mr. Wild, another engineer. Together with Svenja Hotop (our 3D expert) and our partner from Brazil, which is responsible for all feeder devices, we are thus not only getting closer to our goal, but also receiving additional valuable tips on the optimization of all processes. We are very grateful to Broser GmbH for its support.

 

Maksim Comes to Berlin

We were very happy that Maksim, our super designer (see photo above), came to Berlin specifically for our big creative meeting with a total of 11 participants. Concerning the packaging of our products, we want to set new standards as well, both in terms of design and in terms of environmental impact. Together with our 3D specialist Svenja Hotop, Maksim will develop the outer BioFoam packaging for our ice cream among other things. In so doing, we are also using our brand-new 3D printer now, which gives us great advantages in terms of speed, costs, the minimization of errors, etc.

 

Kyl at the One Spark Festival

In a few weeks, the very successful One Spark (crowdfunding) Festival will come to Berlin, and Kyl will of course be there as well! We will talk about the new ice Kyl21, our life as a crowdfunded start-up, the last five years, and the very important soft factors that start-ups should consider in addition to Excel and PowerPoint. By the way, there will of course be a lot of freshly made ice cream as well.

 

Kyl at the IBB

We will also visit the IBB Berlin (a public bank) soon, but instead of applying for funding or a loan, we will attend the 10th anniversary of the IBB Beteiligungsgesellschaft (investment company) in September, where we will host a very special food show with creations and recipes typical of Berlin. 

 

Kyl Meets Fabio Borquez

Now, things are also getting exciting for our super Companists who have invested more than 10,000 euros because we are preparing the photo shoot with Fabio Borquez. Only on Tuesday, another investor bought a share worth 20,000 euros and joined the select circle of people who we will invite to this special event. Here is a preview of the location available to us for this event:

 

 

Best regards,

The Kyl team



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