Podcast Gründungsgeist Berlin-Brandenburg: Entrepreneurs in conversation
The podcast series of the FHP Entrepreneurship School with individual thematic focuses offers an insight into successful start-up projects from our metropolitan region.
Our german podcast episodes at a glance
Kultur als Geschäft: Honorarkalkulation und atypische Beschäftigung
Im Gespräch mit dem Dozenten des Studiengangs Kulturarbeit, Uwe Hanf, über Image, Idealismus und existenzsicherndes Arbeiten in der Kulturbranche.
Without pressure, but with a lot of humour - working in two worlds
In conversation with Childhood Studies and Children's Rights graduate and comedienne Courtney June O'Conell.
Totally ok! Self-employment as a sideline
Communication designer Rebekka Eversmann talks to podcaster Doreen Löwe about self-employment in various projects, her love of hiking and her ukulele Juki.
Having the courage to break new ground
Management consultant Sabine Arndt also advises founders at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. In the podcast, she talks about her experiences as a coach and how she recognises projects with potential and when she tends to advise founders against their plans.
How a founding couple "healthily" mixes work and private life
Hanna and Max both founded in 2018. While Hanna, a design graduate from the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, now runs her own studio, the actor known from the series GZSZ is reluctant to commit to a job.
How to bring people together and help them with culture
In conversation with cultural worker and speaker Christian Leonhardt, his diverse cultural projects in Potsdam and the individual clarification of the question of what actually makes a good voice.
Just do it – the rest will come by itself!
Talk with designer Christian Metzner, whose label has grown slowly but steadily, is now distributed worldwide and can also overcome crises thanks to optimism and inventiveness.
From the spontaneous idea to the official foundation
In a talk with x3, whose first Russian-German post-post podcast came about spontaneously – but whose great success makes an "official setting" advisable.
Taking the step from a secure job into self-employment
In a talk with trainer Dirk Gorcke, who, as an employee and solo self-employed person, had previously thought through his team foundation down to the smallest detail.
Successful and risk-free founding during your studies
In the Talk with FHP graduate, interface designer and 3-D artist Yaron Zimmermann, who recommends self-employment during your studies for several reasons.
The priceless advantages of a family business
Talking to Yvonne Speidel, who runs a bridal fashion shop with her sisters, and about the secure backing within a family business.
On the compatibility of values with constant market change
Talking to the sports school owner Pascal Nagel about the importance of permanently observing society and the media.
Grow fast, but healthy please!
In a talk with the founder of the practice, Dr Elisabeth Zimpfer, on the rapid expansion of the company, the compatibility with the necessary work-life balance and the question of how helpful professional coaching is in this process.
How important is "burning for the idea" really?
In a talk with the inventor of the rustic-decadent bath steamer Jannis Wetzlaugk about financing, using the expertise of others and genuine start-up mentality.