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Deutsche Telekom adds 4th start-up to incubator

Thursday 28 March 2013 | 12:00 CET | News

Deutsche Telekom said Cologne-based start-up business Reputami is the fourth team of entrepreneurs to join its hub:raum incubator in Berlin. Reputami evaluates online customer feedback and gives local businesses in particular an opportunity to review this information and respond to it appropriately. Reputami gives clients concrete recommendations on how they can improve their online reputation. It make the daily tasks involved in social media monitoring, location-based SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and influencer marketing much easier to perform. Reputami was founded in May 2012 by Ali Saffari and Oliver Twardowski. Together, they have 30 years of experience in the development, design and sale of professional business services.

Reputami said as the recipient of the Telekom Innovation Award 2012, it had the opportunity to experience Telekom as a reliable partner. The hub:raum incubator provides a pool of experts, the Deutsche Telekom network, workspace and seed financing of up to EUR 300,000. Programme plans currently call for a total of ten to fifteen startups to be supported per year Support is so far being provided for the Blinkist, Stylemarks and Salonmeister.


Categories: Internet
Companies: Deutsche Telekom
Countries: Germany
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