Posts | Work In Startups

Startup Corner: Meet Garmz

Andreas Klinger, one of the co-founders of Garmz has shared with us his insights about the startup life and the importance of the team members. Garmz is currently hiring for the following positions: Graphic Designer Business/Finance Intern Design/Production Management Intern Fashion PR Intern Editorial Intern

“Enjoying every single minute” – WIS INTERVIEW

Asking someone who has worked for Seedcamp, the London based early-stage micro seed investment fund and mentoring programme, as an intern, and has now joined a startup working on on a service for the future of video & communication, is probably the best interviewee to give us valuable insights. We met Jakob and asked him, […]

It’s about sharing the same vision and being able to change things

Interview with CEO and Co-Founder of Eeve ( – Jan Senderek After his undergrad Jan started as the first employee for the tech incubator Betafabrik in Cologne, Germany, where he was on the founding team of the cleantech company GreenPocket. From there Jan moved on to pursue his Master’s in Technology Entrepeneurship inLondon and to start […]

“You have to get in there with ideas” – WIS Interview

Bela Hamid is an energetic and very optimistic chocolate lover that shared with us her experience of working in both corporations and startups. Apart from her passion for blogging about the entrepreneurial scene at StartupCafe, Bela currently works at Weboo, one of the coolest London startups that act on the digital market.  Let’s get to […]

What it takes to be part of a startup

As someone once said, “All it takes is all you’ve got”.  Working in startups is like a roller coaster ride and you have to be prepared to make the most of it. Because you’re working with such a small team, soon enough you’ll feel like you’re part of the family. This comes with emotional highs […]

Should you join a startup?

Why working in startups is awesome

My experience with working in startups started during my masters degree. I’ve started off as an intern assisting with organising events for entrepreneurs with a London startup and after a while I began working full-time as an event manager.  Gathered from my experience, I’m going to share with you a few reasons why I think […]

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