Over the last week I have been pretty busy at the Web 2.0 Expo in Berlin. It all started with an invitation to the bloggers program, but it grew to become something all on its own. This post is a quick overview of all the people that got into the Ford S-Max to do a short interview on their startup or their view of the future.

We started on Monday morning at Upstream in Arnhem. On the way there and in Arnhem we used our qik livestream. You can still find it at http://qik.com/mobilecowboys. However, the quality was not what we had hoped for so we moved everything to youtube. There you can see the video’s of:

Theo Janssen of Camee-sportswear.nl (in Dutch)

Geert Veneklaas of Muziek voor Media (in Dutch)

Gerjanne Tiemens of Arnhem-direct.nl (in Dutch)

Lucien Burm of Kimengi.com (in Dutch)

Dion Slijp and Bart Verheijen of Guruscan.nl (in Dutch)

Lori Bonsma of Sugarmama.eu (in Dutch)

Oscar Klein and Rogier Sterk of Kleinensterk.com (in Dutch)

Monique and Henk Jan Winkeldermaat of Punkmedia.nl (in Dutch)

Most of Tuesday was spent talking to new startups and uploading videos. No new recordings were made that day.

Wednesday was a busy day. We had a great time talking to:

Nicola Robinsonova on Learnitlists.com

Sunny Paris on Yoolinkpro.com

Alexander Ljung of Soundcloud.com

Brady Forrest of O’Reilly Radar on the future for startups

Dania Gerhardt of Amazee

Dominik Grolimond of Wuala

Thursday was the last day of the Web 2.0 Expo. We talked to:

Christian Duncan of Playcharts

Jennifer Pahlka on Web 2.0 Expo in Berlin and San Francisco (http://www.oreilly.com)

Mike Robinson of Mloovi

Mike Butcher of TechCrunch

Janetti Chon of O’Reilly Media on community management

Mathijs van Abben of Mobypicture

Dr. Michael Alger of Otello

David Lockie of LowCarbonEconomy.com

This is a complete list of all the interviews that I have done over the Web 2.0 Expo. I sincerely hope you have enjoyed watching them as well as showing you some great new insights and initiatives.

I also want to say thanks. Thanks to Ford for supplying the S-Max 2.5 turbo, which was an absolutely great car. Thanks to Nokia for supplying the N82 for live streaming and the N96 for the recordings we have put on youtube. And of course to Vodafone for supplying us with the roaming to work with live streaming.

A very personal thanks goes out to Erno Hannink for selflessly promoting the pitch stops at every single opportunity he could. And another very big thanks has to go to Janetti Chon. Thanks for arranging all we needed to pull this off. You have made this an awesome Web 2.0 Expo.

8 thoughts on “Web 2.0 Expo Berlin – the pitchstops

  1. Arne, THANK YOU for contributing such a fun and creative element to the Web 2.0 Expo Europe. Your efforts and presence was much appreciated.

    As we wind down 2008 and move into this holiday season, I wish you health, happiness and much success.

    Look forward to when our paths cross again someday, sometime, somewhere soon.

    Thank you!
    ~ Janetti

  2. LIke to know how we are connected in the Hulstein Contected Bob and Linda Hulstein. Also my son Rob is married to a Linda!! Just watch a memerial video about Gerrit Hulstein
    Where about do you live. Ray Hulstein Surrey Bc Canada.

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