For the second half of 2018, gig7 in Mannheim is waiting for you with the 360° Female Business workshops. Out of three topics, “Business Basics”, “Online Marketing and Social Media” and “Female Empowerment”, self-employed, startups, women from the economy and all other curious have a wide range of workshops to choose from.
Since Sunday, the 1st of July, the Haltestelle Fortschritt is still in the second round until the 13th of July! Scene of this year’s spectacle under the motto: “Where do we want to live?” is the area next to the EINRAUMHAUS C / O in the beautiful Neckarstadt.
For more than two years, photographers Rainer Diehl and Daniel Lukac from Mannheim, have documented the construction process of the new Kunsthalle Mannheim …
The Mannheim startup Stocard is Europe’s leading mobile wallet provider, with more than 25 million users – and is now launching a $ 20 million round of global financing.
Startups can now apply for the Mannheim Business Start-Up Award MEXI 2019 – all registration information can be found here.
Mozilla Global Sprint on the 10th and 11th of May at MAFINEX-Technology Center is a worldwide collaborative hackathon for open-source projects and an open internet. It’s happening in Mannheim, too! Whether you’re a beginner or expert, whether you stay for two days or just stop by for an hour — you’re welcome to learn and support the global community. The Hackschool mentors are joining to support you in making your first contribution. We’d love to have you around!
Apply now and win up to € 10,000 prize money for the 20th anniversary of the CyberOne Hightech Award.
Until June 29, 2018, young technology startups from Baden-Württemberg can apply with innovative business concepts.
Ethnic marketing? A good idea in a city like Mannheim, which unites people from over 170 nations. What one could see as a little Mesopotamia, between the Rhine and Neckar, is the perfect place for Qamar Zamans and Sherry Kizhukandayils agency za:media to incubate their campaign ideas. We sat down with the two founders, that come from an Indian, as well as Pakistani Background, in their office in Mannheim.
What once might have felt like a niche trend, has become a serious movement: All over Germany a new class of creatives is rediscovering craftsmanship, creating high-quality handmade products, in urban manufacturing shops. Honeycamp will become both a workspace and community for these crafty modern folk. We met for a talk on the incarnation of their idea – and how it is intended to help creative workers.
This digital agency from Mannheim is all about performance marketing. To find out how this idea transformed into a successful corporation with over 60 employees, we sat down with founder Denis Lademann. Over a plate of lasagna and a soda pop, at Italian restaurant Da Mauro in the city, we got the whole story.