OpenCoffee Club – Köln/Cologne #2

June 21, 2008 at 3:20 pm 2 comments

Recap on my first OCC in Cologne last Friday

Starbucks in Köln Hbf

Andreas Gerads from coordinated the second OpenCoffee Club in Cologne. OpenCoffee is a good way to meet others interested in Startups, web/mobile/what-have-you technology. Some of the nice people I met:

  • Philipp Strube from MyPeak. He’s building a platform for creating online-commercials in a snap, together with his flatmate. + They’re searching for a marketeer.
  • Leonardo Dilella is building a Mobile Location Based Community. They are going to concentrate on phones with GPS and they’re building it native for all the platforms (I guess that means Symbian, Iphone, BlackBerry, Microsoft Mobile, J2ME and so on..)

All in all, it’s was a great experience and I’ll certainly show up on the next OpenCoffee in Cologne, big thanks to Andreas!


Well, it’s Saturday so I’ll give you a good interview to listen to here

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. blue007  |  June 26, 2008 at 1:48 pm

    My pleasure Johan! 🙂

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