Well, I was promoted and could choose between Paris, London and Berlin.
Obviously, I chose Berlin. After a couple of weeks of working at home, I was really getting bored. So, I heard about betahaus, tried it out and I found it amazing.
When I arrived at the betahaus I saw that everybody was wearing headsets and I wondered what they were listening to. I thought most of them listened to music in order not to be disturbed. Some of them may also be corresponding on Skype or other platforms. But at least everybody was wearing headsets. So I had an idea: Why shouldn’t there be a radio in betahaus? ‘betaradio’, in fact.
We want to focus on the startups based at betahaus and give them the opportunity to communicate in different ways with the people. It can help them to speak up in terms of marketing. On the other hand it would make the betahaus an even more family-like place.
But that’s not all yet. Equally as important to us is pushing newcomer DJs, new artists. People that are, as I am, crazy about music.
If you ask someone what they’re doing here in Berlin so many are DJs or working on startups. The scene is very developed here in Berlin. But both channels are not a real part of one radio station yet.
That makes sense.
Becoming a part of the betahaus was our first goal and we are happy to work on this hand in hand. The next step is to develop a website, which is what we are working on right now. Then we have to go on air.
We are planning a big event for the 6th of September that will launch the radio and bring the project into life.
As great as it all sounds, we are looking for sponsors and partners who can provide us with the financial support we need and the Know-How of someone with radio experience. Nonetheless we are happy about anyone who is willing to help us with their ideas or want to be part of what is my dream.
We are ready.
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?
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 west.berlin cafe which is here around the corner and I love the Matcha Lattes from Starbucks.