Meet 3 early stage startups that are creating companies to shift the conversation around sex and sexuality with their sex tech innovations.
From lack of data to lack of design, there are many market gaps ripe for the taking in the sex tech industry.
We caught up with three startup founders from the Factory Berlin community with bold visions to take on the sex tech industry’s shortcomings and empower healthier attitudes towards sex and sexuality in the process.
Elevator Pitch: Modality Group is a sex tech research firm. They connect sex product companies to consumers with inclusive market research.
What are the most important considerations for founders trying to secure startup investment? How should an entrepreneur approach investor relationship building? We spoke to experts on either side of the fence to get their top tips.
In December we wrapped up the second run of Stealth Mode, with a Demo Day featuring dazzling pitches from the program’s participants.
In addition to featuring the cohort’s hard work, the event also included a conversation about the ins and outs of investment with Dr. …
In the last Factory Berlin Masterclass, we invited Stephan Weber, Head of Product at PayFit Germany, to lay out the financial steps necessary to nail employee payroll, from business registration to payroll systems.
Founded in 2016, PayFit has developed its own programming language to standardize and digitize payroll and HR processes for startups and SMEs. The French startup has since raised three funding rounds with a total of €90m and now serves over 4,000 SMEs across Europe.
Check out their Head of Product, Stephan Weber’s 5 Key Steps for Launching Employee Payroll.
Wir leben in Deutschland, mein Liebling, and the…
Since 2015, Personio has grown from an ambitious idea to a 450-person company digitising HR for over 2,000 startup and SME clients. Check out Hanno Renner’s Top 5 Steps for Designing a Scalable Business here:
Hanno described the three defining organizational components…
Senior Sustainability Consultant Julia Pallé has driven Formula E to its position as a benchmark example of sustainability in sports and led it towards ISO 20121 certification by the end of the fourth season.
Formula E, the world’s first all-electric international single-seater championship, challenged the system and disrupted an industry in the process.
I caught up with Julia after her Factory Berlin Masterclass to learn more about her experiences working at the intersection of industries and how her background prepared her as a pioneer of sustainability in sports.
Check out our interview here and watch “Driving the Future: Masterclass…
“Never let a good crisis go to waste.” Winston Churchill
At our Futures Forum experts from F10 Accelerator, Penta, Société Générale, Finch Capital and mattrvest gave us a view of the future of FinTech and taught us some valuable lessons on how to come out on top after the crisis.
During last week’s Futures Forum, guests from multinational investment bank Société Générale, fintech incubator and accelerator F10, digital banking startup Penta, sustainable savings startup Mattrvest and venture capital firm Finch Capital sat down with us to discuss the question:
Our experts gave us a 360° view of the future…