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Deutsche Telekom - Looking at innovation and investing for Mobile

 

 

Andreas Wuerfel

Director for Innovation & Technology Scouting

Deutsche Telekom USA

 

Andreas is Director Innovation & Technology Scouting at Deutsche Telekom USA. With extensive international professional experience across telecommunications, new media and entertainment industries, he currently supports U.S. East Coast venturing and business development interests for a variety of Deutsche Telekom teams in Europe and the US. Andreas also is co-founder of the Brooklyn / Berlin-based online music technology startup Songflutter. Previously, he was General Manager Billboard TalentNet. A partnership between Billboard Magazine and a Germany VC partner, Andreas co-developed the first branded online new music discovery service, established partnerships with Microsoft, RealNetworks, CMJ, PopKomm, and Deutsche Telekom, and set up Europe and Asia/Pacific representation. Andreas joined Billboard TalentNet from Intuition Records, where he last was General Manager overseeing North American Sales & Marketing and Business Development. Andreas began his career as International A&R Manager at MCA Music Publishing (now Universal Music Publishing), representing U.S. publishing interests throughout German/Austria/Switzerland, Benelux, and Scandinavia. He served on the CONNECTIONS™ Europe advisory board (partnership between Consumer Electronics Association and Parks Assoc.), the 7BillionActions Task Force at the United Nations Population Fund and was a jury member of the Advanced Media Technology Emmys (National Academy of Television Arts & Science). Andreas received his M.B.A. (magna cum laude) from the New York Institute of Technology, his BA from Gesamtschule Koeln-Raderthal and his state degree of media publishing from Joseph-DuMont-Schule in Cologne, Germany.

 

Eric Dulkeith Director, Detecon

Dr. Eric Dulkeith is Director of the Strategy group in Detecon’s Silicon Valley office in California. The main focus of his activities is on innovation management and business development of converging technologies, products & services, and markets. Eric has more than 12 years of experience in communication technology covering the entire chain of product evolution; from scientific application-driven research via near-rollout design and development of communication technology to currently deployed in-the-field technology.

Before joining Detecon, he worked at the IBM Watson Research Center in New York on the analysis and benchmarking of future optical on-chip communication architectures. Besides his doctoral education in nanotechnology (physics) he also attended several classes for Business Management at New York University (NYU). He is the author of numerous publications and has given more than 30 written/oral contributions to scientific journals, technology magazines international conferences, and workshops.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Deutsche Telekom / T-Venture

One of the most significant corporate venture organizations worldwide, T-Venture is the venture capital arm of Deutsche Telekom. Regional emphases lie in Europe, USA and Asia. With headquarters in Bonn, Germany, its activities are complemented by T-Venture of America, Inc. located in Foster City, California and Seattle, Washington. T-Ventures financing activities closely correspond to DT's three strategic business segments (broadband/fixed network, mobile communications and corporate customers), and address cross-divisional topics. T-Venture intensively accompanies its portfolio companies acting as their long-term partner. The objective of each co-operation is win-win value enhancement followed by a successful sale of the shareholding after five to seven years. To that end, T-Venture’s portfolio companies benefit from both pro-active national and international support, including distribution and marketing as well as research and development backing from inside Deutsche Telekom.

 

Happy hour to follow at 5pm :)

 

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Friday speaker series brings key thought leaders, investors, executives in an intimate fireside chat format conversational approach to giving entrepreneurs access to trends, ideas, process within large organizations and better understand how things work.

Imagine you had a meeting with these angels and access to ask anything.  The audience is kept small to allow for that engagement. More hard to reach guys are brought each Friday for real conversations.  Come learn about what you can't "google" to stay updated on what the market wants and share a beer.

 


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