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twago is stronger than ever before!

Filed in twago inside by on June 26, 2012 0 Comments
twago is stronger than ever before!

We just successfully closed our financing round. A syndication of the Euro Serve Media GmbH and GMPVC German Media Pool GmbH invests cash and media services worth $2.900.000 (2.250.000 EUR) in our Berlin based startup! Together with its partner, German TV news channel N24, GMPVC will publish a significant TV campaign for twago. We are […]

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Friday after 6 at twago

Filed in twago inside by on September 9, 2011 0 Comments
Friday after 6 at twago

If you sometimes ask yourself what goes on at an online intermediation platform after 6pm on a Friday and what happens at twago in particular, this article will shed some light on the mystery…… Last Friday at 4pm, we were visited by a chap called Derk Marseille. Derk is a Dutch radio journalist and the […]

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Become a Guest Author for the twago magazine now!

Filed in twago inside, Using twago by on August 18, 2011 0 Comments
Become a Guest Author for the twago magazine now!

Are you a Freelancer and want to share your tips and experiences with other Freelancers? Are you a programming or design pro who knows about the latest trends and has an expert insight into future developments? Or do you have a business that helps freelancers or helps companies to find freelancers and external experts and […]

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New badges show what service providers are made of

Filed in Working as freelancers by on July 14, 2011 0 Comments
New badges show what service providers are made of

twago now offers all service providers the chance to show what they are made of at first glance. We provide personalised badges for all of our service providers and the badges can be integrated into the personal websites of each provider with ease. Every service provider can chose between nine badges. Design-wise, these range from […]

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The twago retreat – or How to combine work and fun

Filed in twago inside by on July 6, 2011 3 Comments
The twago retreat – or How to combine work and fun

Last week was a special week here at twago. We took some time out. Together, we withdrew to the placid village of Unbesandten, Germany at the borders of the states Brandenburg, Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (2.5 hours outside our headquarters in Berlin) for three days and fled the twago routine.We used this time […]

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We came, we ran but…didn’t quite win

Filed in twago inside by on June 24, 2011 0 Comments
We came, we ran  but…didn’t quite win

Yesterday evening twago participated with two teams at the 12th Berliner Team-relay race. We ran through the deep forest of the Tiergarten in Berlin, being close to Schloss Bellevue, Siegessäule and the Reichstag all of the way. The distance for each team was 5×5 kilometers.   We fought hard and gave it our best. Even […]

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Amazing Freelancer Infographic

Amazing Freelancer Infographic

We just found this amazing Infographic about freelancers on The Next Web by Socialcast and we wanted to share it with you. It’s interesting to see who works most, what’s the average age of freelancers, and if they do it full time or part time. It’s also interesting to see that most freelancers come from […]

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How our life is changing thanks to mobile technologies

Filed in Using twago by on May 31, 2011 0 Comments
How our life is changing thanks to mobile technologies

We’re happy to present a guest article today from Lime5. Lime5 is an innovation agency in the areas of IT and communications from Italy. Co-founder Alan Taronna wrote this article. IPhone, Android, Windows 7 Phone, and Blackberry: nowadays the world of mobile devices commands such a solid chunk of the market, that we are wondering how our […]

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Social Media Trend Monitor 2011: Study reveals the true face of journalists and PR pros

Filed in Using twago by on May 30, 2011 0 Comments
Social Media Trend Monitor 2011: Study reveals the true face of journalists and PR pros

The dpa (German Press Agency) subsidiary news aktuell and Faktenkontor from Germany have questioned professionals and executives of the communications sector, as well as journalists regarding their private and professional usage and appreciation of social media. From 9 February to 28 February, over 5,100 volunteers took part in the Internet survey. The representative results are […]

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The next big thing will come from Berlin

Filed in Using twago, Working with freelancers by on May 28, 2011 0 Comments
The next big thing will come from Berlin

Yesterday and today the Who-is-Who of the European venture capital and start-up scene met in Berlin under the program of the DACH Tech Tour 2011. 200 prominent representatives of the VC and private equity scene as well as most promising start-ups, among them twago, were invited to the gala dinner in the Baerensaal of Berlin’s […]

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We wanted to say good bye

Filed in Using twago by on May 20, 2011 0 Comments
We wanted to say good bye

See you on the other side. We have no choice but to say good bye. Apparently, the world will come to an end tomorrow, May 21, 2011. The guys at wecanknow.com and the founder of a Christian family radio station (Harold Camping), have done the math and according to their calculations (and the bible) the […]

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Ding Dong – Special Guest at twago today

Filed in twago inside by on May 4, 2011 0 Comments
Ding Dong – Special Guest at twago today

It was an exciting and very surprising day today. We were all concentrating hard on our tasks when the doorbell to the twago office rang and Denys, one of our developers from the Ukraine was standing there. What a surprise! The IT team was aware that Denys was on holiday, but nobody expected him to […]

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