Sascha Schubert Sascha Schubert

Sascha Schubert started three companies and two non-governmental organizations in his entrepreneurial life. In 1997, during his business studies at the University of Essen in Germany, he began his first, and in 1999 he sold this company to his co-founder and went back to university and graduated as Dipl.-Kaufmann. Between 2002 and 2006 he worked as a consultant in Düsseldorf. At the end of 2006 he quit his job, moved to Berlin and started bondea, a social network for woman. Sascha now calls bondea his “no earnings but learnings startup”. Having 10.000 users, the bondea team decided to close the company and Sascha moved on to a new venture.

In 2008 he co-founded Spendino, a leading provider of online donor management software for small non-profit organizations. With spendino, nonprofits can easily and effectively raise funds and manage relations. Sascha also serves on the board of the Entrepreneurs Club Berlin and the German Startups Association and is one of the co-organizers of StartUp Lounge, StartUp Camp Berlin, FailCon Berlin and German Silicon Valley Week, which together have attracted more than 15.000 attendees in Berlin since 2005. Sascha shares his insights and experiences as a mentor at Startup Bootcamp, IBM SmartCamp and Founders Institute.

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