Archive for November, 2011

U.K startups and investors to benefit from new spending measures

Filed by team twago on November 30, 2011
U.K startups and investors to benefit from new spending measures

UK chancellor, George Osborne, announced, this week during his Autumn Statement to Parliament, new spending measures which will hopefully boost growth in the economy, including a pledge to build more infrastructure for superfast broadband, underwriting loans for SME´s and tax breaks for those who invest in startups. One of the new schemes announced is the […]

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10 iPhone Apps for Designers

Filed by team twago on November 23, 2011
10 iPhone Apps for Designers

The iPhone is no ordinary phone. Together with numerous other apps, it’s an incredibly helpful tool to work with and to increase productivity. We have listed 10 of the best apps for freelancers and more specifically designers. 1. Palettes – This app is particularly handy for web and graphic designers. Create color schemes as well […]

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Where would you want to work? Inspirational Offices from Around the Globe

Filed by team twago on November 22, 2011
Where would you want to work? Inspirational Offices from Around the Globe

As twago has been growing day by day, our office is now bursting at the seams, which means we are due an office move in the near future. As the staff here at twago eagerly await news of an office move, we´ve been wondering whats in store for us and if any of the features […]

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twago wins German Diversity Prize 2011, along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Filed by team twago on November 15, 2011
twago wins German Diversity Prize 2011, along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Last night, twago was the proud recipient of the German Diversity Prize 2011 for the most diverse employer in Germany for small to medium sized companies. The ceremony for the German Diversity Prize, awarded by McKinsey, Henkel and Wirtschaftswoche (Economics Weekly), was held at the Langen Foundation, Neuss (near Dusseldorf). The award was given to […]

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New Momentum on the Tablet Market

Filed by team twago on November 14, 2011
New Momentum on the Tablet Market

The focus of the computer market has shifted perceptibly over the last years. Mobility is the new keyword, which is changing the landscape of the computer sector. It has already been characterised by terms such as mobile commerce or mobile payment. Considering the increasingly strong market penetration of tablet computers and Smartphones, as well as […]

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Service Provider of the Month: Codeprofis

Filed by team twago on November 11, 2011
Service Provider of the Month: Codeprofis

The Augsburg based company Codeprofis is one of the most successful service providers on twago. We talked to Tim Afholderbach, CEO of Codeprofis, about his path: from founder to responsible entrepreneur. Mr. Afholderbach, how did your company Codeprofis develop? I founded Codeprofis in 2006. We have since specialised in professional App and Web development. One […]

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Global Entrepreneurship Week: Get involved

Filed by team twago on November 10, 2011
Global Entrepreneurship Week: Get involved

Next week sees the world´s largest celebration of entrepreneurs, innovators and creators who are bringing ideas to life, expanding the job market and creating economic growth. From 14 – 20 November, the Global Entrepreneurship Week seeks to inspire people everywhere through local, national and global activities which are designed to help people explore their potential […]

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CMS: A Brief Introduction

Filed by team twago on November 8, 2011
CMS: A Brief Introduction

This is a guest article written by Jose Antonio, from ZZ Multimedia, a web design & programming company based in both Madrid and Barcelona. This article is about the capabilities and opportunities offered to you by CMS, and will cover the most important tools (most are free software) that can help us to develop very […]

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Freelance Writers’ Websites Will Become More Valuable

Filed by team twago on November 1, 2011
Freelance Writers’ Websites Will Become More Valuable

This is a guest post by John Cosstick, a freelance journalist who owns the website //www.freelance-work-guide.com/ which is aimed at helping people become self-employed freelancers. Google’s Panda Project Favours Writers’ Websites Freelancers who understand the changes to The Google Panda Project and capitalize on them will make money. The Project, named after Google engineer Navneet […]

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