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Drone trends

In Berlin the start-up scene has been booming for years now and ever more young people are being drawn there by the chance to realise their dreams. But just how tough is the journey really, and who triumphs in the market place? Three start-up founders show us. Also, they look like little UFOs and are set to populate the airspace above us soon enough – drones. We show you how they are to be utilised commercially in future and what they really can do.

Start-up city of Berlin
Berlin attracts thousands of young people from all over the world. They come to live here, to study or just to work. Among them are plenty of business founders with ideas, who are driven to create innovations. And so, the last ten years have seen the development of a culture that’s attracting ever more international attention. Start-up businesses are the new trademark of Berlin. But just how much work and time stand in the way between idea and realisation?
Case a Berlino oHG

Compact: CFF Projecto Textil
Since 2012, the Lyoness Child and Family Foundation has been supporting women in Brazil in the fight against unemployment. The ‘Projeto Textil’ training programme gives residents of the Parajuru fishing village instruction in the English language as well as training in sewing and dressmaking.
Child and Family Foundation / Projeto Textil

Compact: Flixbus new loyalty merchant
Use the cleanest means of transport to travel to many of Europe’s cities – now it’s possible! Mein Fernbus/Flixbus is a new Lyoness loyalty merchant. Travel like you’re floating on a cloud – the coach service provider with the most extensive route network in Europe brings you to your destination every day, always in safety and comfort.
FlixBus

Drone trends
The feeling of freedom and suddenly getting a bird’s-eye view of everything – all possible with remote-controlled drones. Having long since become far more than just playthings, they’re now finding application in the worlds of industry, photography and land surveying. A model aircraft enthusiast demonstrates the fascinating world of drone-flying and explains what newcomers need to watch out for when buying. Also, an expert from Vienna University of Technology reveals how such drones might be utilised commercially in future and whether it really is still some Utopian dream that pizza could soon be delivered by drone.
Hobbyfactory Vienna

Cashy
The little Cashback Card is also fascinated by those flying drones, and has gone with the trend, quite literally!