MoBerries @ Bits And Pretzels

Our two founders and our COO went to represent MoBerries at “Bits and Pretzels” — a fabulous Start-Up event in Munich.

We had a fantastic time during our 3 days of networking with over 3600 guests from the start-up ecosystem.

The 2015 edition even features speakers from companies as prominent as Shazam, Evernote, Tinder, or Prezi.

“A very entertaining schedule and good organization of the event made sure everybody had a great time.” says our CEO — Terence Hielscher.

Our main focus was to connect with new business partners, and Bits and Pretzel was the perfect place to approach new start-ups, venture capital funds, and of course recruiters and Human-Resources managers.

We attended speeches, held meetings, and were blown away by the passion and professionalism of everybody presenting their great ideas & concepts. A company that left quite an impression is Mysteryvibe giving one of the most interesting speeches of the event, presenting a top-notch product. Their founder knows how to impress with a unique concept & innovation in their sector.

Furthermore, our presence at the event was a way to get in touch with more top candidates, and keep building our network.

We had fun and felt energized and inspired by all the top-talent presented there. On top of it all, we invited everybody to compete in a little contest at our booth. While everybody was enjoying themselves guessing how many berries we brought to the event. we didn’t want to lock our online community out, so of course you all were invited to participate on facebook! The prize was won by Adelie from Hamburg, who got a gift hamper directly shipped to her place. Congratulations, Adelie, you have a very sharp eye!

The event ended on a lighter note, as most attendees gathered at the Famous Oktoberfest for some beer(s). Thanks to everybody who attended Bits & Pretzels and made it a smashing success as well as everybody who came by our booth to chat or met up with us for some Oktoberfest fun! The MoBerries team is definitely looking forward to next year.

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