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2: Dennis Schottler and Evelyn Schleger from Diabolocom were guests at The Drivery podcast studio and talked to Nico and Yan about the difference between contact centers and call centers, the end of service level quotas and the challenges of New Work.
3: ME Energy opened at The Drivery the first grid-independent and CO2-neutral rapid charging station in Berlin. Find out how this charging station solves the problem of the charging infrastructure and makes electromobility possible across the board. You will get a lot of information about the founders and their vision. More information at www.meenergy.earth.
4: CAR2AD – So kommt Onlinemarketing auf die Straße by The Drivery • A podcast on Anchor CAR2AD verbindet Onlinemarketing mit klassischer Out-of-home Werbung. Fahrzeuge die mit unseren CAR2AD Displays ausgestattet sind, spielen Ihre Werbung standortspezifisch, zielgruppengerecht und automatisiert in Echtzeit ab. Ob diese auf einem Event oder verteilt im Stadtbild sind, bleibt Ihre Entscheidung. In dieser Folge verrät und Valentin mehr über diese geniale Idee, Mechanismen aus der Online-Werbung auf die Straße zu übertragen. Weitere Infos und Kontaktmöglichkeiten findest Du direkt hier.
5: Tracks for Trucks – For more efficient and sustainable road freight transport.
Tracks is a Berlin-based company founded in 2018 that aims to make road freight transport more efficient, safer, more sustainable and fairer. An international team of experts develops the solutions and uses the possibilities of artificial intelligence to reduce the ecological footprint of the industry and increase efficiency. This brings us closer to the vision of sustainable road freight transport.
6: Raising Investments and how to do it during a crisis. Berlin-based logistics startup Tracks announced the successful closing of a €2 million Pre-A Series round. The investment round, led by MobilityFund GmbH & Co. KG, together with Investitionsbank Berlin and a consortium of investors, will make Tracks’ CO2 reporting platform available to a broad range of transport companies and shippers. We were talking with Jakob Muhs about the difficulties but also the good sides. More information about Tracks: www.tracksfortrucks.
7: In today’s episode, we talk to Tien Ma, who is a Managing Partner at REDHILL Communications. REDHILL is The Drivery’s trusted partner for anything communications and marketing. We’re covering PR pitfalls, her work with startups and her outlook on the industry. You can find more about REDHILL on www.redhill.world
8: The Drivery invites Japanese startups to enter the European market and vice versa. Today Timon Rupp, Founder and CEO of The Drivery and Chika Yamamoto, Managing Director of CROSSBIE, answered our question about their collaboration. The program aims to build bi-directional accelerator programs for mobility startups from both countries and enable them to access the respective markets. The participating companies will be able to leverage the network of Crossbie in Japan and of The Drivery in Europe, including VCs. More details about Japan-German Accelerator Program: https://www.thedrivery.com/drivery-japan
9: Listen in when Yosef Graziano, Founder and CEO of wayv shares industry insights on how he and his team build out wireless networks at wayv and how his work impacts his personal view on network security. Yosef is also giving a sneak-peek into one of the most outstanding projects as of yet – equipping a castle with its own wireless network. More information at www.wayv.systems.