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Founder Team of Berin Mobile Assistant Startup Sixtyone Minutes

Photo-Location: Zionskirche

Zionskirche was built in 1872 in the neo-romantic style and bombed and plundered during World War II. Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who was involved in resistance movements during the war, worked here throughout the 1930s. Now, the church is not only a place of worship, but also of great historical interest.

Sixtyone Minutes – Berlin Mobile Assistant Startup

Founded in July 2014, Sixtyone Minutes is the first mobile assistant service in Germany. A mobile app connects users to personal assistants. These can take care of tasks such as booking flights or hotels while users can focus on the important things in life. Applying knowledge from a B2C execution, they developed Sixtyone Business Solutions. The software can be adapted to B2B client’s needs and gives companies an opportunity to amaze their clients and employees by providing personal assistant services executed by Sixtyone Minutes. There is a skilled, dynamic and efficient team behind the brand: Monique, experienced in operations and process management, is responsible for the product and support team. Alex takes care of project management, controlling and finance after working in PwC advisory for 5 years. The former founder of jobadpartner, Michael is now the team’s sales and marketing person. That´s Sixtyone Minutes.

Link to Startup-Website: www.sixtyoneminutes.de

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About Sixtyone minutes:

Berlin-based startup sixtyone minutes offers a cloud-based solution for the temporary usage of a personal assistant. We are living in the age of a “sharing economy”. Everything as an apartment, car or household appliance or even a pet, can be shared with known or unknown people. Sixtyone minutes is the first company to offer this kind of service in Germany. Users and personal assistants are being connected with a mobile app. The personal assistant can take care of organisatory tasks such as booking or researching a flight or hotel, finding a babysitter or suitable flowers. He can also negotiate contract conditions with the fitness gym or the phone company. Founded in July 2014 by Monique Hoell and Michael Gnamm, the startup is now launching Sixtyone Business, which is a powerful statement about the future plans of the company.

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