Today in Berlin: Airplane Food at Home, Humin goes Europe, Uber goes Court, Zalando goes IPO2014-09-03 0
Lots of news today in Berlin. Here is your daily summary to stay on track:
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Deutsche Telekom brings Humin to Europe
After Humin launched in the U.S. in August, it will be available in Europe later this August, announces Deutsche Telekom. Humin wants to reinvent how contacts are organized and wants to do so in a smart, emotional and intelligent way. The cooperation will start in Greece, the Netherlands and Germany. More countries will follow.
Uber ignores Court Ruling – Again.
UberPOP will continue its service in Germany and states download increased almost 600% in some areas
As so often Uber does not care too much about yesterday’s court ruling. It continues its service and shares that in some cities in Germany downloads of its iOS app have increased about almost 600%. Read more
Zalando plans IPO in 2014
After months of speculation, Zalando has announced today its plan to list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange this year. The Berlin-based fashion retailer intends to offer newly issued shares, as the company focuses on reaching profitable growth. Read more
Love Airplane Food? Get it at home!
Berlin-based online supermarket AllYouNeed.com partners with Lufthansa-Service-Gesellschaft and offers to send two meals similar to those you know from long distance flights to your house. Menus will cost between € 8.99 – € 9.99. It will start as a test in Düsseldorf and Cologne. Depending on its success of Air Food One might role out to other cities.
360dialog receives 6 digit investment
The Berlin-based startup 360dialog offers in-app messaging, retargeting, emailing, push notifications and follows a complete customer life circle. The startup now has 35 employees and received a six digit euro investment by Martin Sinner (founder of idealo) and Felix Snow.
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