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Heiko Hubertz invests in Gigalo and Toptranslation

Heiko Hubertz (co-founder and CEO of Bigpoint) recently invested in the German startups Gigalo and Toptranslation. Both startups were started by the Hamburg based incubator Hanse Ventures. The investment, wich the marketplace for micro-jobs (Gigalo / Gigalocal) and the translation service (Toptranslation) just received from Heiko Hubertz and other business angels, is in the 6 digits. In relation to his investment Hubertz stated: “Hanse Ventures boasts a fast and professional implementation of ideas. Gigalocal is a good example for this and the team has really impressed me”.

Gigalo is a Fiverr-type-of-service wich was founded in the beginning of 2011. It operates a plattform for 5 EUR microworking and supports the languages Spanish and German. The startup just launched the alpha-version of a new app called Gigalocal.

The online translation agency Toptranslation was founded at the end of 2009. Hubertz said in relation to Toptranslation: “As CEO of an international company like Bigpoint I experience every day first-hand how important high-quality translations are. Therefore, I see high potential for Toptranslation in the business-to-business segment”.

Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).
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