The games:net Berlin Europe Podcast

The games:net Berlin Europe Podcast

Episode 20 - Daniel Stammler

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Don't be naive! Co-Founder of Kolibri Games and Co-CEO of the investment firm BLN Capital, Daniel Stammler, has lived and worked by this motto and his success proves him right. With the money he earned by selling Kolibri Games, he and his co-founders want to support Germany's startup ecosystem and implement their motto into other companies. With Simon and Florian, he talks about the necessary ingredients for success: being courageous, not expecting shortcuts, listening to your audience and reducing your vision to what sets your idea apart from the rest.

Where you can find Daniel: LinkedIn

Games mentioned: Idle Miner Tycoon, Clash of Clans, Candy Crush, Valheim, Angry Birds, Tap Titans, AdVenture Capitalist, Age of Empires II, Command&Conquer Generals, Cossacks, Starcraft, Warcraft 3, Factorio, The Tower

Other media mentioned: Mach keinen Quatsch, The Lean Startup - Eric Ries, Extreme Ownership - Jocko Willink

Companies mentioned: BLN Capital, Kolibri Games, Karlsruhe University, Ubisoft, Supercell, Wooga, Aream

People from the games industry mentioned: Janosch Kühn, Oliver Löffler, Nate Barker, Ilkkaa Paananen, Jens Begemann

Other interesting stuff: F2P, idle games, Pocket Gamer Helsinki, Waterfall Model


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About this podcast

On this podcast, co-hosts Simon Ohler and Florian Masuth interview interesting and inspiring people and want to learn more about their contribution to the games industry, while also shining a spotlight on the person behind the career.

games:net Berlin Europe is an initiative of the company network media:net berlinbrandenburg. The project is financed by the EUROPEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND and the State of Berlin, Senate Department of Economics, Energy, and Public Enterprises through its Program for Internationalization.

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