This week, again, Recommended Reading for… everyone that likes to read! 😉
Startup Guide Aarhus: Also recommended – if you are interested in Aarhus.
- ‘Berlin isn’t really a beer city yet.’ Stone Brewing’s Greg Koch Embraces Opportunity in Germany by Julia Neumann at Silicion Allee: Widening the perspective beyond actual startups, it’s interesting to hear where Berlin’s development is at, in terms of (craft) beer.
- The most patient man in Silicon Valley by Sarah Lacy at Pando Daily: Something on Naval Ravikant, the founder of AngelList.
- Highland raises €332m fund to back European tech start-ups (behind Paywall) by Murad Ahmed at the Financial Times: That’s a lot of funds in that one fund. With “typical investments [..] between $10-$30m”, one can assume that it will mostly be later stage deals.
- 7 Rocket Internet Startups that currently do not rock (in German) by Alex Hüsing at Deutsche Startups: This week in… Rocket Internet Schadenfreude.
- Have you forgotten about Tidal? So has Jay Z at Venturebeat: The whole punchline is in the title already. I wonder how succesful a streaming company with an owner that forgets about it might be though…
I will be back! 😛