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Project A sprinkles share of $4.5m on Popdust, looks to a future in digital content over eCommerce

Project A sprinkles share of $4.5m on Popdust, looks to a future in digital content over eCommerce

Linsey Fryatt June 5, 2012 5

UPDATE: We managed to speak to Christian Weiss about Project A’s new investment. He told us that Popdust heralds the beginning of the firm looking to new ventures that depart from the straightforward eCommerce

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Project A reveals its newest company NU3

Project A reveals its newest company NU3

Nina Fowler April 17, 2012 2

Pills, pills, pills… Online nutritional supplements store NU3 is revealed as the fourth company in Berlin incubator Project A’s portfolio. German-language site NU3, based in Berlin and founded in 2011, offers health, beauty and sports

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Yummy exclusive with Christian Weiss on Project A’s new grocery delivery platform

Yummy exclusive with Christian Weiss on Project A’s new grocery delivery platform

Marguerite Imbert February 15, 2012 4

This morning, European Founders Fund offspring Deutsche Startups reported that ex-Rocket incubator Project-A (formerly known as the Oryx Project) is adding a third company to its growing portfolio, this one a food delivery platform going by

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20 Rocket staff leave to start a new incubator with high double-digit million from the Otto group

20 Rocket staff leave to start a new incubator with high double-digit million from the Otto group

Marguerite Imbert January 17, 2012 9

The exodus from Rocket Internet continues. And it’s gaining funding. Today VentureVillage confirmed that Uwe Horstmann (former MD of Rocket Internet), Christian Weiss (founding CEO Rocket Internet), and Thies Sander (former CEO of TopTarif) are beginning a new incubator, for now

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Rocket Splinternet Leak: On Taking Risk & Being First

Rocket Splinternet Leak: On Taking Risk & Being First

Marguerite Imbert December 16, 2011 5

The ability to take something as your own is difficult. The ability to execute, even harder. When I read Mike Butcher’s article on the Rocket Internet coup hours after receiving an identical Oliver Samwer

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