Cozy home accessories for uncomfortable days

Cozy home accessories

The nights are long, life hardly takes place on the street or in the garden, the weather invites to a warm tea with pastries or series evening. It must be really cozy at home!

Here we present you 9 home accessories that will make any home glow with warmth and guaranteed to keep the cold out.

1. Fluffy Blankets

No series evening should be without them, cuddly plaids to snuggle up on the couch. It doesn’t matter whether they are knitted loosely or made of soft, woven fabric. The main thing is that they keep you warm and feel cozy against your skin. And if it gets bloody or scary, just hide your head underneath!

Cozy home accessories - Blanket
Cozy home accessories - Blanket
Cozy home accessories - Blanket
Cozy home accessories - Blanket
Cozy home accessories
Gemütliche Wohnaccessoires

2. Cozy Poufs

It doesn’t always have to be the quaint wing chair from grandpa. Sometimes it can also be a small pouf, on which you sit around the coffee table. This is very practical, for example, for the chocolate fondue, because who needs a backrest? With coarse knit it fits twice as well to cool autumn days and invites you to sit down and relax drinking tea.

3. Noble Velvet Pillow Cases

They are not just for kings! Those in need of cuddling are also welcome to snuggle up to them and enjoy the soft fabric. In gemstone colors they now shine on sofas and armchairs and give the room noble accents.

Cozy home accessories
Cozy home accessories
Gemütliche Wohnaccessoires
Gemütliche Wohnaccessoires
Cozy home accessories
Gemütliche Wohnaccessoires

4. Luminous Lanterns

They make both the apartment and the balcony sparkle with their warm light. Who would want to do without them? For autumn fit very nicely those in warm colors. Or simply decorate large glass lanterns with colorful leaves, chestnuts and LED candles, paying homage to the season.

5. Romantic Vases

They make every table, whether large table or small side table, an eye-catcher: vases! Romantic and playful they may be this season, to spread a little enchanted country house idyll. If you don’t get around to getting fresh flowers every few days, you can equip them with a few dried flowers in keeping with the current trend.

Cozy home accessories
Cozy home accessories
Cozy home accessories
Cozy home accessories
Cozy home accessories
Cozy home accessories

6. Warm Knit Pillow Cases

Somehow knitwear is always in high demand on uncomfortable days: XXL knitted scarves, knitted sweaters, knitted dresses, thick woolen stockings… So why not knitted cushion covers? The diverse yarnwork exudes coziness and comfort in any form. With knit patterns reminiscent of your favorite knit sweater, they take our hearts by storm. Then with shiny lurex threads they make it sparkle.

7. Rustic Candlesticks

They always remind of ski huts in Bavaria or noble country houses in Norway: rustic candle holders made of wood. This fine material from the forests spreads a cozy atmosphere on the table and windowsills and brings us a little nature into the house.

Rustikale Kerzenhalter
Cozy home accessories
Kunstfell
Cozy home accessories

8. Cuddly Faux Fur

Real fur is not everyone’s cup of tea. But with fluffy faux fur you can not go wrong, whether on an armchair for extra warmth or under a pouf for warm feet or simply decorated as an accent directly on the stool. They also sometimes come in bright colors, because you can also look at them with pleasure that they are fake!

9. Fancy Table Lamps

Since you can’t have enough light sources to provide you with warm light in this dark time, you can’t miss out on small table lamps. So that they do not look like straight out of grandma’s bedroom, they come in fancy shapes. So they are a chic eye-catcher on any side table.

Cozy home accessories
Cozy home accessories

Accessories for the cold seasons are herd animals. Pillows come in abundance on the couch, plaids are combined with the pillows, candlesticks join vases. We save the minimalism for another season.

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Give Furnishing tips with Complete the Look

Those who know us also know Complete the Look, our recommendation tool. It can be used to create Looks (previously Picalike slang for outfits) that can be scaled across the entire range with just a few clicks. So a Look is kept alive almost indefinitely thanks to our unique image recognition and artificial intelligence. (For a quick look, check out our video)

What CTL looks like practically for fashion online stores?

This can be seen in the example of our customer Madeleine. Complete the Look is used there under the designation “Matches”. Picalike’s image recognition technology suggests other items that could go with the desired blazer, for example. But not only that. With its similarity analysis, the tool searches Madeleine’s entire product range for other items that can be used to replace a product if it is sold out. This creates a win-win situation for the customer and the retailer, as it suggests a never-out-of-stock feeling and Madeleine can play out the entire range of its assortment without having to manually enter new outfit suggestions into the CRM every day. (For more information: here is our case study on Madeleine)

This is all old hat?

Then here comes the big news: the beautiful word “looks” from Complete the Look is no longer limited to outfits! Because now, with our technology, it’s also possible to furnish rooms. Especially now, when so much time is spent in one’s own four walls, it is even more important to furnish oneself in a way that one likes to be at home. This is also clearly shown by the statistics on what was shopped for online last year in particular. Of course, we want to support our customers and help them achieve even better sales.

What CTL looks like in practical terms for furnishing online stores, in turn?

You can see this very well in the example of another of our customers. The store itself can create countless living styles, completely without elaborate photo shoots. In the following example, a room is decorated in a cozy country style.

Furnishing tips
Furnishing tips
Furnishing tips

And the look is already online and “re-buyable”. Just like the Madeleine example, sold-out items are always replaced and scaled across the entire range. With little effort, a very diverse result is achieved.

Sounds exciting? Then try our demo!

Get relevant informations fast with Newsletter Intelligence

Newsletter Intelligence

The time between the holidays is known to be used for resting. Not so with us. We are busy developing, optimizing and researching. The result is a number of new features in our OnSight Analytics tool. To present all of them now would go beyond the scope of this article… And what fun would it be to shoot all the powder at once instead of finely portioning it and thus benefiting from it for a longer period of time?

Be curious what we have to report in the near future!

But now to an exciting new feature: the Newsletter Intelligence!

What is the Newsletter Intelligence?

With one glance you can see how many newsletters have been sent. When you mouse-over the points, you will receive several pieces of information, for example: How many newsletters were sent on this day? In addition, you can find out which coupons are offered, which collections and freebies are advertised. Of course, you can also click on the individual newsletters from this date below to take a closer look.

Newsletter Intelligence

Instead of subscribing to your competitors’ newsletters yourself and going through them manually, you can let OnSight analyze tens of newsletters for you and stay up to date with your competitors’ marketing strategies.

Newsletter Intelligence

Are you curious? Then test our demo and see for yourself what is possible!

The red sweatpants – THE all-rounder

Jogginghose

Since the beginning of the year, comfortable pants are very trendy. From leggings was switched to sweatpants. Even fashion professionals like Vivienne Westwood showed that Karl Lagerfeld’s well-known saying that whoever wears sweatpants would have lost control over his life is no longer valid. Especially the gray version was present everywhere, hardly a fashionista doesn’t have a picture on her Instagram profile with a skillful styling with the universally beloved gray feel-good pants.

Now, however, at the end of the year, I’m craving more color. Preferably one that fits the season. So I got myself a pair of red sweatpants and am extremely pleased with how versatile they can be styled.

Red sweatpants

Classic elegant for video conferencing

A large part of the conferences currently take place online, thanks to the current situation. Nevertheless, you want to come across as professional. For this, you can well style an elegant blouse and a trendy blazer with your sweatpants. Pearl earrings are always a nice accessory for this look…

elegant

Detailed call with best friend

If you can’t have a wine evening together, then sit down in front of the computer with your wine glass and meet your best friend in a meet. For this purpose, you like to combine sweatpants with an equally cozy sweater, in which you can really snuggle up.

cozy sweaters

Bad Hair Day

Even if you work from home, not every day is a good day for your hair. It’s good to have a few beanies at the ready. Whether coarse or fine knitted, it is important that it fits well and the color does not make you look too pale. Add a casual shirt and the styling is perfect.

Bad Hair Day

A heart for boho

If it’s rainy and gloomy outside, you have the perfect weather for a cozy knit vest that completes any boho outfit. Simply layer it over your favorite t-shirt, add dreamy accessories and the look is complete.

Boho Feeling

Vacation feeling

Who isn’t dreaming of a vacation in sunnier climes right now? The new Meet backgrounds make it possible to beam yourself directly there… at least visually. But to make it all look round, you can style summery tops and a statement necklace very well with the red sweatpants. One last icing on the cake still missing? Then quickly push the sunglasses as a hairband in the hair.

Time for vacation

Sporty intermezzo

Soll nach dem Call direkt eine Yoga- oder Fitness-Session eingelegt werden, damit man mit frischen Gedanken noch mal durchstartet? Dann warum nicht gleich im richtigen Outfit am Rechner sitzen, dann kann man direkt loslegen. In dem Fall zur Jogginghose gleich ein Sport-Shirt kombinieren, darunter einen hübscher Sport-Bra, der gern auch mal etwas hervorblitzen darf. Die Haare praktisch zum Dutt geknotet oder einfach mit dem Haarband aus dem Gesicht gehalten, steht dem Workout nichts mehr im Wege.

Yoga lesson

Bright Christmas party

Yes, many Christmas parties will also take place in front of the computer this year. Then it may be festive or Christmas playful over the sweatpants. Be it the noble silk blouse or the sweet Christmas sweater, the main thing is to shine with the fir tree around the bet.

Christmas party

The good slide

The most festive of all outfits -> the New Year’s Eve outfit. Here it can not sparkle enough! Sparkling tops, shining earrings… This is the best opportunity to finally put them on again! And who knows? Maybe you even wear your favorite high heels with it.

New Year's Eve

No matter what you're up to, this is the time when anything is possible with sweatpants. Let's take advantage of them!

Our review of the year 2020

Jahresrückblick

What a year is coming to an end! It could hardly be more extraordinary. I myself have only been at Picalike since September, and even though I’ve known this company for a while, I wondered how my colleagues felt about the year here with all its special features. On the one hand, there was the switch to a home office, then the move to Betahaus and also the start of the pilot phase of OnSight Analytics – to name just a few topics. What challenges did you face? What were we happy about? I asked my colleagues from various departments about this and much more. Our review of the year 2020!

Sebastian Kielmann

2020 was an exciting year for Picalike: office move, many new hires, and OnSight Analytics was developed to the point where the pilot phase is now in full swing! How did the development of OSA begin?

The idea for OSA came to us in 2018 when we were thinking about how to combine all the capabilities of our systems into one simple and intelligent solution. The goal was and is that Market Intelligence, with our AI and image recognition, automatically detects and reports relevant events – including recommendations for action.

What was your most difficult task this year ?
Our move in the middle of the lockdown. But Betahaus supported us very much with their flexibility, my wife and two friends were there energetically and helped me with the move. All the other hard tasks were made much easier than I expected because of the help and assistance of the team.

What were you most pleased about as far as OSA and CTL were concerned?
Definitely about the feedback from the first users and customers. The first onboardings were exciting. We eagerly awaited the first feedbacks. They were consistently positive, with many constructive and interesting requests and suggestions for adjustments.

And what about everything else around it?
I was very happy about the support from partners and customers and about the cohesion of the team this year.

What are you looking forward to in 2021?
The further expansion of OSA through new ideas, suggestions and requests from our partners and the team. And to a new version of our AI and image recognition.

What do you wish for in 2021?
A steady decline to normality, also good health and success for all of us.

Julius Lange

You had several big challenges this year. On the one hand, developing Complete the Look further so that creating Looks became easier and faster, and on the other hand, redeveloping OnSight Analytics. What was the biggest challenge?
The biggest challenge was (and is) exactly that: to maintain (and improve) existing systems in parallel with building a completely new system from scratch. Especially since we had in mind all the points that needed improvement in the previous system, and at the same time wanted to improve existing speed benchmarks.

And what was the most exciting part?
The most exciting phase for me was when we had to evaluate different technologies for our requirements. At that point, there was a lot of prototyping, a lot of new things to learn and, of course, always the hope of finding an even better / faster / more suitable system.

What were you most excited about at CTL or OSA?
I think for all of us the joy is greatest at the moment when the product is ready for the market and the first contracts with customers are signed. We have been steadily approaching this point and now it is within reach.

And what were you particularly pleased about as far as Picalike is concerned?
I am very pleased with the new colleagues and how we have managed this difficult year together, especially since some colleagues left us at the beginning of the year. So it wasn’t a given that the team dynamic would continue as I appreciate it.

What are you looking forward to in 2021?
Overall, I’m looking forward to the product maturity of OSA. On the one hand, it will be a large, completed project, which is always a very satisfying feeling for me. On the other hand, it then clears the way for new exciting tasks.

What do you wish for 2021?
For 2021, I would of course like to have more real contact with colleagues. I would also be very happy if the team continued to grow. And I’d like us to use the lessons we’ve learned from this year in terms of home office and other work structures, even if normal working becomes possible again. But I’m very optimistic about that.

Projektmanager

In our conversation about your first year at Picalike, we’ve already learned a lot about your challenges in 2020 (if you haven’t read the interview yet, you can find it here). But what do you say has been your biggest challenge this year?
Bringing the very wild form of agile working at Picalike into more organized channels, although it was partly new territory for myself. Challenge accepted and successfully completed, even though the work in the field never really stops.

In which area did you learn the most?
About the practical implementation of the different agile project management methods from Kanban to Scrum to XP and a bit more. And, that I unexpectedly had a lot of prior knowledge in this area due to my previous work experience and my studies, even if they call things differently there.

What were you most pleased about?
About the fact that the team accepted me with gratitude and that I’m not just some annoying project manager who was just thrown in front of everyone. There were no power struggles whatsoever, just very attentive cooperation. That is certainly not something that can be taken for granted.

What are you looking forward to in 2021?
Going to the broad market with our new baby “OSA” and hopefully gaining lots of satisfied users. For me, that would be another confirmation that we are not only a great team, but also produce another relevant product alongside CTL.

What do you wish for in 2021?
Apart from all the things you want for a successful product, satisfied customers, and a unique team, I would like to see us living in a time when our boss cooks for our entire team in the office on Fridays and our colleagues simply chill out together after work with a drink in the Schanze.

Franziska Weiß

2020 was also an exciting year for your division, as you are the personal support for the pilot partners and also the contact person for our customers, no matter where the shoe pinches. What was your biggest challenge this year?
For me, as I’m sure for many, this year has been very crazy and difficult to plan. I think my biggest challenge was to find out how well our customers were coping with the whole situation and to help them as much as I could, even if it was just to listen to their concerns.

Which customer concern have you learned the most from?
It’s hard to say, I learn something from every conversation, every problem and every request. However, I think I’m currently learning the most from the requirements of our new tool, how different our customers are, and how I need to be even more specific about individual use cases.

What feedback were you most pleased with?
We have received very nice feedback from our customer Witt Weiden from various people 🙂 For example, they have praised the fact that we are a very reliable partner with whom they can implement their wishes quickly and in a goal-oriented manner. And what makes me personally very happy, of course, is when I read that our customers are very happy with the communication and the way we deal with them!

And what were you particularly happy about as far as Picalike is concerned?
What I was particularly happy about, or still am, is that we were able to launch the pilot phase of our new tool OnSight Analytics this year. The phase we are currently going through together as a team is exciting.

What are you looking forward to in 2021?
I’m looking forward to all the ideas and suggestions from our customers that will help us develop our product further. But also, in general, to the good cooperation and nice conversations I will have 🙂 .

What do you wish for 2021?
Most of all, of course, I wish that our customers are satisfied with our technology and service. But also that our mentioned new tool develops well and offers a great added value to our customers as well as potential customers, so that all the diligence is rewarded by the team.

What is hiding in the colorful circles?

Colorful circles

We are constantly developing OnSight Analytics further. Now it's the turn of the price groups! With colored bubbles in different sizes, the overview of the price groups is even more informative. What can you see there? Quite a lot!

In which price group is the focus of the assortment? How is the assortment divided into price groups? Where are the most discounted products? These and other questions can be answered very quickly. Each column represents a store, and the circles (as well as the numbers they contain) indicate how high the share of the assortment is in a price group.

Was versteckt sich in den bunten Kreisen? 2

But let’s start from the beginning: For the last 6 weeks we have been onboarding our pilot partners with OnSight, our new competitive analysis tool. Together with our CEO Sebastian Kielmann, our developers have been working on OnSight for a long time, until a tool was created that we are really proud of. Now the time has come to show it to our customers and prospects. And not only that: They can test drive the tool, so to speak, as a pilot partner. Read more about it here.

You’ve gotten into enough tools this year to work from home and already feel stressed just thinking about new software? Don’t be, with our onboarding no brain needs to start smoking with this super intuitive tool. You can read more about onboarding here!

Was versteckt sich in den bunten Kreisen? 3

Pilot Partner OnSight

No shying away from new technology

No shying away from new technology

OnSight, our new market intelligence tool, is very versatile, with numerous functions, personal alerts and the various reports. Nevertheless, it is not witchcraft and very intuitive to use. There is no need to be afraid of learning a new tool!

So, right when you log in, you are invited to a tour of the tool, where you are explained all the different things on the dashboard, many features and possibilities that are offered to you. You will also find a user manual that goes into various FAQs and the answers are well illustrated with screenshots.

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Personal support and lively exchange

Franziska Weiß OnSight Onboarding

Franziska in the home office during onboarding

But nothing beats a personal exchange. At OSA, every customer or pilot partner is personally introduced to the operation. Franziska Weiß, Key Account & Customer Success Manager at Picalike, is responsible for OnBoarding: “It is very important to me that every user understands our tool and knows directly how and where to find what. After all, they should also be able to work well with all the data and have fun using the various functions.” That’s why she, as well as other Picalike team members, is always available to customers if they have questions or if something doesn’t work the way they’d like it to. No question is a nuisance here: “We are very happy to receive feedback from our pilot partners, even if they point out a bug or tell us what else they would like to see. Because that’s the only way we can create an even better product,” says Sebastian Kielmann, founder and CEO of Picalike.

Do you also want to test OSA? Then sign up as a pilot partner!

Next Stop Winter – a look at the current coat trends

Coat

Now, when you mainly meet outside, you can still dress so sloppy down, the coat should be up to date and stylish. After all, in this time of reduced encounters indoors, it is pretty much the only thing from our closet that we present to our fellow men.

With which coats do you move stylishly while walking or shopping through the streets? Which ones will be trendy in winter 2020/2021? We took a closer look at the coat trends!

Puffer Coats

Just like last year, down coats are indispensable from the streets this winter. No wonder, they are so cozy and extremely warm. But what is new 20/21, is that they should be extra long for the ladies. Only benefits us, after all: the warmer, the better. But if the coat feels too shapeless, then simply combine it with a chic belt and conjure up a little waist.

For the ladies

For the gentlemen

Oversized coats

But do you want it to be even cozier? Then everything speaks for an oversized coat. Perfect for very cold temperatures, they offer a lot of space for the layered look. In addition, any styling looks casual with them. But if you belong to the smaller faction: like to style tight pants with it or shoes with heels, so that you do not disappear completely in the big coat.

For the ladies

For the gentlemen

Wool coats

A more timeless alternative is the good old wool coat. Since it has been around, it has probably never not been trendy. Should it still show that you are up to date? Then invest in one with a tie belt.

For the ladies

For the gentlemen

Camel coats

This coat owes its name to its color, which is reminiscent of the cozy desert animals. While they were indeed made of camel hair in the past, today they keep you warm in a variety of wool fabrics. In terms of styling, they are more flexible than almost any other coat. Men wear it over hoodies or jackets, ladies over sweatpants or dresses.

For the ladies

For the gentlemen

Teddy coats

It should be cuddly, but does not have to be water repellent? Then teddy coats are a great alternative. In is every color of teddy bears and every length of fur, be it Samson or Pooh. Whether colorful accessories for a playful look, or more neutral colors for a more sophisticated styling, everything is possible here. Over a flowery little dress or with fringed boots, they make the boho look perfect.

Coats with puffed sleeve

In the year of the accentuated arms: were this year but the shoulder pads and puffy sleeves already consistently in the trend, so this continues now with the coats. They can now be found in the most diverse variations: in subtle or garish colors, with or without a belt, with or without a collar, you name it. But they have one thing in common: by shifting the proportions, the silhouettes become narrower.

The white coat

Im Jahr der betonten Arme: Waren in diesem Jahr doch die Schulterpolster und Puffärmel schon konsequent im Trend, so setzt sich dies nun bei den Mänteln fort. Es gibt sie mittlerweile in den verschiedensten Variationen: in dezenten oder knalligen Farben, mit oder ohne Gürtel, mit oder ohne Kragen, you name it. Aber eines haben sie gemeinsam: Durch die Verschiebung der Proportionen werden die Silhouetten schmaler.

Was there a desirable coat here? Then quickly write on the Christmas wish list. Or would you rather store right away and not wait so long? Then take a look at our Data Snack and find out what prices and discounts you can expect and which brands are currently ranked particularly high in our Interest Score.

Georg Glinz and UNITO’s new e-commerce podcast UNgeniert

Podcast UNgeniert

On October 15, our customer UNITO launched its e-commerce podcast UNgeniert with an exciting and very informative episode on the topic of “Corona – A Blessing for Online Commerce? Of course, we listened to it right away and learned a lot about this extraordinary year at UNITO. We are particularly pleased that we were able to ask host Georg Glinz, Head of Corporate Communications at UNITO, a few more questions about the podcast, developments at UNITO and e-commerce – and share his answers with you here:

Podcast UNgeniert
©Unito / Moestl

Last month you launched a podcast. What will you tell us about in it?

With our podcast, we want to cover the broad world of e-commerce in as wide a range of topics as possible – and also with a colorful variety of interviewees.

I will remain the same as the host, but my interview partners will change. The first two episodes, in which UNITO Managing Director Harald Gutschi is a guest, are therefore more or less an exception. But the podcast does have one rule: questions and answers should always be asked and answered as openly as possible. We are determined to live up to the name of the podcast in every episode.

The first episode is called “Corona – A boon for online retail?” and in it you conduct an interview with Harald Gutschi. Why did you choose this as the first topic?

We chose this topic for our kick-off episode for two reasons: Firstly, because it is the topic that has moved so much in online commerce this year, and secondly, because it is also the topic that has moved society the most in this year that has been so challenging for all of us. And with our podcast, we want to encourage people to get involved with e-commerce at all or even more, and to take an interest in it – regardless of whether they are people from the industry, journalists or people who perhaps haven’t had much to do with online retail until now.

We don’t want to spoil too much here, but the first 2 weeks, sales at UNITO fell extremely, putting everyone in a state of concern. How big was the decline?

In retrospect, we can say that the first two lockdown weeks were of course an extremely difficult time for us at UNITO and all our brands: At the beginning of the lockdown, we had to contend with sales slumps of up to 50 percent. At the time, no one could have imagined how positively the rest of the fiscal year would develop – for online retail in general and for us at UNITO in particular. The digitization push and the changed buying behavior of consumers are giving a massive boost to UNITO’s sales development. In the first half of our 2020/21 fiscal year, i.e., in the period from March 1 to August 31, 2020, we realized total sales of 201.5 million euros (IFRS 15) with our brands (including OTTO, UNIVERSAL, QUELLE, Lascana), which is an increase of 12.8 percent compared to the same period of the previous year on a like-for-like basis.

In the direct goods business with the customer (customer sales), the UNITO Group is growing even more significantly: With an increase in sales of 18 percent, the UNITO brands are growing more than twice as fast as the market and are gaining market share (market growth of 7 percent according to the “E-Commerce Study Austria 2020”, KMU Forschung Austria, July 2020). We are also particularly pleased with the significant growth in the number of new customers: In the first half of the fiscal year, we acquired almost 400,000 new customers, an increase of more than 20 percent year-on-year. Many people are buying online for the first time during or after the lockdown. The forced shift of life to the digital world also makes them less reluctant to buy online.

Your product range is very broad. Which division in particular rose after the downturn?

A nice home is more important than ever since the start of the Corona pandemic. Large sections of the population cannot and do not want to spend their money on cars or vacations at the moment, but rather put it into their homes. That is why the Living segment (furniture, housewares, home textiles) has developed particularly well for all UNITO brands. In response to this “stay-at-home” trend, we are constantly expanding our product range in this area: currently, for example, with sustainable brands and collaborations with designers such as Lena Gercke and Guido Maria Kretschmer.

Harald Gutschi gives us lots of figures on developments at UNITO. Is there one that particularly surprised you?

Yes, the extreme increases in all articles associated with the current “stay at home” trend: In the Living segment, we had a year-on-year increase in sales of 41 percent in the first half of the 2020/21 financial year. In the DIY store segment, we are growing even more significantly at 54 percent. These are quite astonishing figures.

That’s right! What topics can we look forward to now?

The second episode is on the topic, “Is Stationary Retailing Dead?” You can listen to it on all the popular platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Deezer and Google Podcasts. The third episode was just released, on November 25. I don’t really want to reveal too much about it yet. But I can still give away two details already: This time, the content will be less number-heavy, much more human, and I will no longer be interviewing Harald Gutschi, but a female interviewee.

Dear Georg, thank you very much for your time and your detailed answers. We are already very excited about what we will learn in the next episodes and wish you much success!