What the press writes about Greator
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.
Ex-Prosieben boss Thomas Ebeling invests in Cologne start-up
Under the name "Gedankentanken" the Cologne-based company became Germany's largest platform for personal development. In the meantime, the company has changed its name - and this also has to do with the plans after the million-euro investment.
Greator - from an event company to a digital coaching provider
More than 120 employees now work for Greator. Soon it should be around 200. "Every month we reach two million unique people and last year a total of 55,000 people attended our events," says founder Alexander Müller.
THANK YOU: Alexander Müller and his way to happiness
Already the first impression during the guided tour through the respective floors makes you realize that Alexander Müller has done everything right that can be done right. There is a great atmosphere on every floor, and I also notice that there are many creative corners for the employees.
Home screen! A look at the smartphone of Alexander Müller
In the "Homescreen!" series, we regularly present 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 small games for in-between. Today: Alexander Müller, CEO and managing partner at Gedankentanken.
"Often it is because of your own mindset that you have not progressed in life."
Alexander Müller: The realization that we can shape life ourselves. Our experiences, convictions, thought patterns ultimately create our reality. We humans tend to believe that the outside influences our happiness and success.
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