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25.08.2020

Cologne-based coaching startup Greator secures funding

Cologne-based coaching startup Greator has raised a second round of funding from HV Holtzbrinck Ventures landing somewhere "in the mid-seven-digit million euro range". The fresh capital will go to internationalization and launching the Greator app.
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20.08.2020

Ex-Prosieben boss Thomas Ebeling invests in Cologne start-up

Under the name "Gedankentanken", the Cologne-based company became Germany's largest platform for personality development. In the meantime, the company has changed its name - and that also has to do with the plans after the million-dollar investment.
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11.06.2020

Greator - from an event company to a digital coaching provider

More than 120 employees now work for Greator. Soon there will be around 200. "We reach two million unique people per month and last year a total of 55,000 people attended our events," says founder Alexander Müller.
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21.11.2019

GEDANKENtanken: Alexander Müller and his path to happiness

Already the first impression during the guided tour through the respective floors makes it clear that Alexander Müller has done everything right that can be done right. There is a great room climate on each floor, and I also notice that there are many creative corners for the employees.
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04.11.2019

Homescreen. A look at the smartphone of Alexander Müller

In the series "Homescreen!" we regularly present you the homescreens of people from the social media, marketing, media and tech world - including exciting app recommendations and tips for everything from to-do lists to a little game for in between. Today: Alexander Müller, CEO and managing partner at Gedankentanken.
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12.09.19

"Often it's because of your own mindset that you're not further along in life"

Alexander Müller: The realization that we can shape life ourselves. Our experiences, beliefs, thought patterns ultimately create our reality. We humans tend to believe that the outside influences our happiness and success.
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18.07.19

This startup brought Obama to Germany - now Holtzbrinck is investing

Newsflash. The Cologne-based startup Gedankentanken receives millions from Holtzbrinck Ventures. This is how the step from event organizer to e-learning provider should succeed.
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17.07.2019

Coaching platform gets millions from Holtzbrinck Ventures

The investor Holtzbrinck Ventures has committed a mid-seven-figure sum to the Cologne-based coaching startup Gedankentanken. The company wants to use the money to accelerate the transformation from an event to an e-learning platform.
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16.07.2019

#EXKLUSIV Holtzbrinck invests in Gedankentanken

Gedankentanken wins Holtzbrinck Ventures as an investor. The company recently caused a stir with the signing of Barack Obama as a speaker. In general, Gedankentanken is currently developing more and more in the direction of e-learning. Which also explains the investment.
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05.04.19

Obama praises young people's commitment to climate protection

At an appearance in Cologne the former US president expressed optimism that his country would do more to protect the climate in future. He said he was counting on young voters.
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04.04.2019

"I didn't even know how the coffee machine worked".

Barack Obama is back: At an event in front of 14,000 spectators in Cologne, the former American president talks about very large ships, the tasks of young people with regard to the climate - and life as a private citizen.
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04.04.2019

Obama calls for quick steps in fight against climate change

It was actually just a private trip - but it looked like a state visit. On his first visit to Cologne, former US President Barack Obama (57) spoke to around 14,000 people on Thursday.
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04.04.19

Lanxess Arena Barack Obama chats in Cologne about the most powerful office in the world

Finally, he's here. 70 minutes after the lights went out in Cologne's Lanxess Arena at 7 p.m., Barack Obama took the stage, greeted by his older sister Auma Obama, who lives in Germany, and 14,000 listeners in the almost completely filled hall.
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04.04.2019

Barack Obama explains how important women are as advisors

He still knows his way around summits. He has been the star of the world's political scene in his presidential days, and this Thursday evening in Cologne is no different.
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