Christoph Fahle
March 19, 2013

Artisan Weekend at betahaus, April 25th-28th

Join us for a weekend of classes and events celebrating the marriage of technology and craftsmanship in Berlin. We have the the city’s most prominent artisans and tech experts to educate emerging entrepreneurs on how to leverage technology to grow their businesses and expand their craft. And we gonna party!

Einige Kurse werden auch in deutscher Sprache stattfinden.

We have on the program:


Featuring leaders from innovative companies, this panel discussion explores how new processes and technologies can further the growth of artisanship and craftsmanship.


Explore how current e-commerce solutions, social media tactics, and PR strategies can help you strengthen your craft and expand your business.


Learn a range of hands-on skills and techniques to add dimension and shape (literally) to your practice.


Be sure to bring your tanzen shoes to the betahaus courtyard for drinks, DJs and plenty of fun. Join us for an epic spring block party in the heart of Kreuzberg on Saturday April 27th 10pm until 4am, and get ready to rock the haus!

Check out the full program and reserve your slot via this link or rsvp via facebook.

Ellie: Two years ago we adopted a new legal structure for Jolocom GmbH according to the purpose model of ownership, manifesting our commitment and dedication to building a self-sovereign organization. That means we can’t take VC funding or sell public shares of the company. 

Volker: Jolocom is a community driven organisation – both in a tech sense but also much further beyond. We’re hugely involved in the DWeb community where we organize and attend events for the decentralized community. Every year we also help organize and attend the DWeb Camp in San Francisco, which brings together all kinds of creatives so this technology of tomorrow is built in a collaborative way.

Next to that on-demand experiences have become firmly embedded into people’s everyday lives - be it a mobile app to book a ride, send flowers to your loved ones or order lunch to your office. It’s all possible and has made premium features like real-time tracking a standard.  The online consumer expects nothing less and certainly doesn’t like to wait.

Making that quick and instant gratification happen is another story though. Groundbreaking ideas and innovations are needed to tackle all these factors. Does your startup have one? 

Then head over to our Future Logistics Challenge! Applications are still open until September 23rd.

Volker: There is this really nice place, called Green Rabbit with salads and baked potatoes where I like to go to. Sometimes I just keep it simple and go to Lidl.

Ellie: I eat a lot in cafe which is here around the corner and I love the Matcha Lattes from Starbucks.

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