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What is your groundbreaking startup idea?

We all have that one friend who comes up with new business ideas at every gathering. Some may sound like gold, but most of them are silly. To give you, as well as Dan Demeter and Marco Preuss, new Inspiration for your next billion-dollar startup, we present you our top three Kickstarter projects.


GEORGE®

Stop-motion movies are a lot of fun and require a lot of work. To create the ideal puppet the skeleton must be stable and lightweight. Designer Stefano Angelini and mechanical engineer Stefano Totti put their heads together to revolutionize the genre and created GEORGE®: A stop-motion puppet skeleton made from carbon fiber, titanium and stainless steel.

Ode Brew Grinder

Just think of all the ideas that would not have been brainstormed if it were not for coffee. Fellow, a product design company, presents its Ode Brew Grinder as their missing link, and it surely was missing from our life: 64mm professional-grade flat burrs, 31 grind settings, Single Dose Loading for maximum bean freshness… "It's not a conspiracy. It's just good coffee."

Platyball Elite & Ergo

Professional photographers go the extra mile when it comes to taking the perfect shot. With the next level tripod heads Platyball Elite & Ergo. Platyball imagined beyond the camera tripod heads and created a natural extension to a photographer's hand – "for pro photographers and people who want to be pros!"

Everything Great Starts With An Idea

Let your ideas create the future, no matter how silly they may sound. Because who knows what the future will really bring and what we will be actually needing? Maybe one day, we will want to take an Uber TV with Marco and Dan and discuss the security of our mobile devices. Sounds like educational fun to me!

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Parents and educators have long been asking to more actively digitize schools and education in general. The Covid-19 pandemic pushed analogue classrooms into remote schools from one day to another, thus showing how many schools are way behind the expectations of modern learning. But to get students through the year, teachers had to rely on collaboration tools, such as Microsoft Teams or Zoom. Listen to our feature at the Transatlantic Cable Podcast and unlock how the education of tomorrow may look like, with our very own David Jacoby.


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