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Tino Wendland is one of the co-founders and the CTO of Lemonfrog AG, a company founded in 2007 that successfully disrupted the sharing economy and now runs 11 services marketplace platforms in Switzerland, Austria and Germany. Tino shared some insights about his business, challanges on the way and major successes.
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Ledbury was in need of experienced Ruby on Rails developers with in depth knowledge of open-source Spree Commerce solution. With our assistance they were able to double their team size for the duration of an urgent project. After the work was completed, Ledbury's developers seamlessly took over the code.
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Eric Spery is a career Java developer and long time IT manager. He's senior vice president at My Dobot, a San Francisco / Denver based startup developing a mobile finance management tool. The company was founded by three former industry insiders who had seen the wizard behind the curtain, and wanted to create a better way forward – because everyone has the right to financial health. Read the interview in which we asked Eric why they decided to work with remote teams and where My Dobot is now.
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The  Fintech sector attracts billions of dollars in VC investment. Each week, new startups take over markets that used to be controlled by banks and insurance companies. What will come out of the revolution? Who will win? How will it shape the future of financial services? Read our take on  Fintech vs. Banks.
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Property Detective (PD) is a “big data” application that provides comprehensive information on the current and predictive quality of life in areas in which people consider living or investing. In 2016 Zoopla invested in PD and merged PD application with one of the biggest online property markets in Europe. Netguru is responsible for full stack software development from the beginning.
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In one of my previous posts I was trying to answer the question why London might be the best place for a startup in the world. In another, I suggested that London is the number one place for Fintech startups in the world. The most recent statistics seem to prove it.
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London and New York have been fighting for the title of the global financial centre for years. Both have strong claims. The rivalry between the two is one of the most favourite topics in financial media.
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The London startup scene is the biggest in Europe and it's growing faster than any ecosystem in the US. It's the most diversified startup ecosystem in the world. It has an exceptional market reach and you can meet the most affluent clients and investors there. Finally, London-based startups know how to make use of the best talent pools on the planet.
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Starting an app business is a long bet with high risk and high payouts. You put at stake the time and money it will take to launch, promote and sell your product, expecting it to deliver outstanding value to the app’s users. If you succeed, having an application with satisfied and dedicated users can turn into a self-perpetuating machine and a great opportunity to make a profit or influence the world. It's difficult to say whether an app will be a game changer or not. However, many projects fail because they repeat some fundamental mistakes. Read the list below and try to avoid them.
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London and Silicon Valley are the strongest tech talent magnets in Europe and the US respectively. The best engineers flock to work there. However, it doesn't mean they are up for grabs for just about any company out there. They get immediately scooped up by the strongest players in the market and never become available again.
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