Two days ago Amazee had the pleasure to accomodate Zurich's First Web Monday. It was a colorful gathering of Internet entrepreneurs and engineers. The agenda: beers, Wuala presentation by Dominik Grolimund, Doodle presentation by Michael Näf, legal advice from Vischer attorney Claudia Keller, and Sun's Patrick Liechti who gave an outlook on their upcoming open source startup event, beers again and lots of talk and exchange!
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Thanks everybody for visiting the Amazee.com Beta Launch Party last Friday... it was a pleasure to party with you guys and celebrate our launch.
The bad news is: For the first time Lucas Bally, our editorial mastermind left for a hard earned week of holiday. The good news is: Our northern German colleague and multimedia guru Dirk Kirchberg has virtually joined our team to help out! When Dirk doesn't work on mercenary assignments like this he contributes to the two fine blogging coops cafedigital.de and mackauf.de and works as a multimedia journalist for the Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung. Find his daily contributions in the Project News Feeds on Amazee's startpage.
No German Medium has so far given "Social Collaboration" such a profound attention as blogpiloten.de. The blogpilots are currently featuring several guest bloggers on the subject. Don't miss their posts if you can read German, especially Jean-Pol Martin's guide on how to virtually win and bind combatants and run kick-ass projects. Good thoughts!
Should you decide to build an internet company one day you'll need to understand the market, build a strong network and get as much exposure as possible. Internet conferences offer a good opportunity to do so. But don't expect a holiday. If you want to go well prepared - check trough all the attendees in advance and think well who you want to meet. Internet conferences are not cheap - and believe me, all that hunting, pitching and small talking can get quite annoying after two days - especially if you just want to get back to your team to build what you're selling ;)
It’s a week since Amazee released its public beta into the wild Web 2.0. In a nutshell the following encouraging and valuable feedback has reached us so far: