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Wir bieten ein bezahltes Praktikum in einem Start-Up Unternehmen. Du hast: – Organisationstalent, People Skills, Frische Ideen und denkst (meistens!) positiv? Deine Aufgaben: Buchhaltung vorbereiten und Belege ordnen, mit unserem Fahrer-Team per Whatsapp, email und persönlich kommunizieren, unseren Disponenten unterstützen, mit Auftraggebern kommunizieren.

Hier nochmal die Aufgaben:

    - du sammelst, ordnest und vervollständigst Tankbelege und andere Quittungen
    - du lässt dir fehlende Belege von unseren Fahrern geben
    - du lernst von unserem Disponenten wie man disponiert und Fahrer koordiniert
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    - du engagierst dich für unser Projekt und schaffst dir somit einen festen Arbeitsplatz

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Interview with Lukas Pfeiffer, co-founder of Swabr GmbH

Swabr.com is a German start-up company that provides a micro blogging platform. It”s a combination of a shared work space and a social network. Today English-Team starts an interview with Swabr”s co-founder, Lukas Pfeiffer who is

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also head of marketing. English-Team: Dear Lukas, thank you very much for taking the time to answer our questions. Can you please start by telling us how you came up with the name “Swabr”? What does it stand for?


Interview with Akwakat

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bicycle or mountain bike into a human powered speed-boat within minutes. Today we are talking to Greg Gibb, Akwakat’s CEO about the history of his invention, Akwakat’s current market situation and his plans for the future. English-Team: Greg, I take it ‘Akwakat’ is a word that resembles the pronunciation of ‘aqua’ and ‘cat’? Greg Gibb:


The first event at VOOMY IT-Park took place on March 12 and below you can read an article about it.

Dear residents and friends!

Tuesday, March 12 saw the first presentation of the start-up companies hosted by VOOMY COWORKING.

Each team had 3 minutes to talk about themselves as well as their project:
What is the idea, what kind of tasks is the start-up completing, at which stage is the project? After that, the VOOMY jury and the audience could ask questions and give their feedback.

So here are the teams that took part:

Mash.ua – offers complex services for sales, social networking and Red cocktail dresses training aimed at Ukrainian handcrafters and marketing experts of handcrafts.

Pics.io – a system that processes photos and images in the cloud. Pics.io allows any owner of a digital photocamera to access a powerful set of tools taking photo processing to its next level (ease of use, reliability, co-working and co-operating, photo quality). With pics.io you can edit and manage large image files (RAW, DNG) direclty through your browser.

Traffic Control – an interactive web service with mobile apps for drivers, providing precise Long evening dresses directions by using GPS and information of other drivers’ behaviors.

Plan B – a mobile social networking app for anyone who visits such places like cafes, restaurants, pubs, etc. helping users find other people to join them on their visits. Plan B uses a search algorithm that is based on a variety of profile criteria ensuring the app finds your perfect match.

In addition we heard of an idea for which we still need a project name. It’s a visual site editor for users who want to create websites without having a lot of technical know-how and web development skills. It allows anyone to quickly and easily create and manage a website about themselves, their services or their companies directly through their browsers.

The participants and guests at the event experienced a pleasant surprise when they saw a virtual presentation by Vitaliy Stavropolskiy, founder of VOOMY IT-Park, who could not attend physically. Via video conference he introduced his guests to his latest start-up company — VOOMY.BIZ which is one of the elements of the large VOOMY project. VOOMY.BIZ is a web service that provides any start-up entrepreneur with the necessary tools to start their business while they are still working as full-time employees for their current employers. Most start-up entrepreneurs need to keep their 9 – 5 job while they are creating their own company.

The first event by VOOMY COWORKING was a huge success and most of the participants stayed on after the official part to continue sharing their experiences and discussing questions related to their start-ups.

Мы благодарим всех выступающих, гостей и экспертов, которые внимательно слушали, задавали правильные вопросы, тем самым давая пищу для новых размышлений над проектами наших резидентов. До новых встреч!

We want to thank all presenters, guests and experts who took an active part in the first VOOMY COWORKING Event. See you all next time!


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