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Search engine Ecosia uses most of its income to plant trees. Founder Christian Kroll speaks with DLD about sustainability and running a business that puts purpose before profits…
Fashion Star About You: Making Online Shopping “Fun and Inspirational”
Combining social media and e-commerce has made Germany’s fashion retailer AboutYou one of the fastest-growing startups in Europe. Co-Founder Tarek Müller explains the secret of his company’s success.
Green Energy’s New Dawn
U.K. startup Bulb is reinventing the energy market by making power from renewable sources cheaper and more accessible. DLD spoke with CEO Hayden Wood.
DLD Singapore: Asia Rising
Our second conference in Singapore illustrated a wealth of business opportunities in a vibrant, fast-growing market.
Yes, EU Can!
Making Europe more competitive in the digital world: regulation, privacy protection, entrepreneurship and more – take a look at the main topics discussed at DLD Europe 2019 in Brussels.
New Ways To Feed A Hungry Planet
We need alternative food sources, like lab meat and insects, to nourish ever more people without depleting the planet’s resources.
Turning Biology Into Technology
Koniku founder Osh Agabi has a daring plan: He’s developing a new kind of of biochip made from brain tissue in order to create sensors…
Pitch Night: Meet Nine of Germany’s Most Promising Startups at DLD Munich
Ready to conquer the future? All over Germany, founders are capitalizing on the strengths of their particular regions to come up with new technologies and…
Unicorns Made in Germany
There are a lot of very successful tech companies in Germany – one of them is Auto1 which recently raised $558 million from Softbank to…
“Look For Your Soulmate”
At DLD Campus Lecture, Marc Samwer, CEO of Global Founders Capital, talked to Stefan Winners, board member national digital brands at Hubert Burda Media, about the stellar…
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Consumers and investors are forcing companies to act more responsibly. But to really make a difference, impact investing needs transparency, argues Sir Ronald Cohen.