This month we were proud to sponsor two great technology events in our hometown of Berlin: NOAH and Tech Open Air. CEO and Co-founder Jens Wohltorf also spoke at NOAH to investors and fellow entrepreneurs.
You can see his full presentation here.
At Tech Open Air, we provided rides and shuttle services for the TOA Open Circle, the exclusive series of satellite events for speakers and invited guests. Our director of marketing, Norbert Meinike, spoke about the timeline for technologies such as flying cars and autonomous vehicles.
In June we also took a broader look at the travel industry and gave tips for activities, sights and dining. For example, you can learn about how technology is transforming travel with apps that translate languages, organize tasks and transfer money. If you’re in Russia for the world’s most popular sports tournament, we offer ideas to spend your time in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Sochi.
- If you have two hours in New York, we recommend parks, markets and architecture. We also suggest some great Manhattan hotel lobbies where you can be productive and eight NYC restaurants for power lunches. Now you know where you can eat sweet pickle ribs or phulka, served with pulled jackfruit.
- What to do in between Munich meetings: boutique shopping, an Asian lunch and cocktails.
- If you have two hours in Chicago, we suggest Navy Pier and Hot “G” Dog among our seven top spots.
- Boston travelers know about the Freedom Trail, but did you know that the Samuel Adams brewery offers tours six days a week? Find out other ideas in our list of seven ways to spend two hours in Boston.
- The former East side of Berlin gets most of the guidebook love. Check out hidden and not-so-hidden gems of the West, as recommended by a couple of Berlin TV personalities.
- In which German city can you see the largest porcelain picture in the world and which one has a well-known Belgian quarter?
Last but not least, we summarize some of the world’s weirdest driving laws. Find out why some Finnish taxis don’t use radios and where in the U.S. you’re prohibited from pumping your own fuel.