The Big Berlin Breakdown: July 8 – 14

By Silicon Allee |

Check out Silicon Allee’s weekly rundown of all the best events going on in our fair city: what’s happening, what’s coming up and what may be of interest whether you be investor, entrepreneur or hacker.


The long-running Webmontag event series has always proved popular, and now it is putting on its second summer party. Organisers are looking to top the 650 founders, developers and others from the tech scene who showed up last year. The 2013 edition will include a host of DJs and a relaxed attitude good for both partying and networking. Admission is free, but you need to register here. At Skalitzer Strasse 130, from 7pm-1am.


Triggit, a San Francisco-based startup aimed at advertising retargeting, is holding an event discussing the effectiveness of the retargeting process. Discussion will centre around the future of Facebook advertising, with the CMO of Rocket Internet set to appear on the panel. Tickets are available here. At Torstrasse 1, from 7-9pm.

RubyMotion is an iOS and OS X app developer tool, and the RubyMotion Berlin group is holding a dinner at which participants can network, work on their app developing skills, ask the experts questions and continue producing their own creations – along, of course, with eating and drinking. Join up here – you need to join the group first. At Oranienburger Strasse 11, from 7:30pm.


Startup Liga, the indoor football league for Berlin’s tech scene, is starting this Wednesday and will run for two months with games every week. Confirmed participants so far include SoundCloud, Zalando, ReBuy and iLiga among others. It is being organised by the Urban Sports Club, who are also responsible for the Startup Cup tournament. Entering a team costs €299 a month. More info here. At Falkenberger Strasse 143, from 8:30pm.

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