Wunder Mobility is an international technology supplier for innovative and forward-thinking mobility concepts
Founded in 2014, the company is the only international full-stack provider to offer the entire spectrum of new mobility services from a single source. It's wide portfolio includes software, hardware and operational services for smart shuttles, fleet management (car, bike and scooter sharing) and carpooling.
As a consultant and partner for cities and communities, Wunder promotes the digitization of public transport. Transport companies and companies from the automotive industry in Europe, America and Japan have already decided to use the flexible and scalable technology.
CEO & Founder
Gunnar is a first-time father and the Founder and CEO of Wunder Mobility. Previously, he sold a company to Airbnb where he became part of the leadership team during their hyper-growth phase from 40 to 1,500 people working in San Francisco and Europe . Before Airbnb, Gunnar worked with automotive and energy practices at McKinsey. He studied Operations Management as a postgraduate at WHU in Germany and Kellogg in Chicago before abandoning the program to join Airbnb.
Samuel is the COO (since 2014) of Wunder Mobility, a technology company from Hamburg and part of the new German automotive industry. After working at eBay and Adidas he founded the Latin American startup Computod@s before he joined as a partner at Just Business, a seed stage incubator and VC in San Francisco. Originally from America, Samuel has extensive experience as an entrepreneur in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors and as an investor in disruptive technologies and consumer brands. Samuel holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce Finance, Music and International Business from Santa Clara University.
Member of the Advisory Board
Managing Partner, Blumberg Capital
David is the Managing Partner of Blumberg Capital. David has been investing in early stage technology companies for more than 24 years. His investment focus includes Internet (B2B and B2C), digital media, social media, mobility, SaaS, and Technology Enabled Services. Prior to founding Blumberg Capital in 1991, David managed technology investments with Claridge Investments, Adler & Co., Apax Partners, and T. Rowe Price Associates. He launched the business development, marketing and PR efforts for Check Point Software Technologies.
David earned his AB in Government, cum laude, from Harvard College and his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and INSEAD. He speaks French and is proficient in Hebrew and Spanish. David serves as a member or observer on the Board of Directors of Credorax, DoubleVerify, HootSuite, Legolas, Parse.ly, Addepar, VideoGenie, Cyvera, CaseStack, and Trulioo. He is a member of the Investment Committee of 137 Venture, a Board Member of the Lincoln Club of Northern California, a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy and is on the Advisory Committee of StartOut.
David's past investment exits include Siperian, Check Point Software Technologies, Teva, CREO, DSP Group, Electronics For Imaging, AbirNet, Conduct Software, Vista Research, and IP Infusion
Member of the Advisory Board
Partner, Piton Capital
Andrin is a partner at Piton Capital, bringing both entrepreneurial and investment experience.
He was a co-founder of Glocalnet, which became Sweden's 3rd largest consumer telecom service provider and was listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange before being acquired by Telenor. He was a partner at M/C Venture Partners, one of the leading private equity investors in the US telecom services space. He was also one of two principals establishing an investment company that became QXL Ricardo PLC's largest shareholder in 2005, and was instrumental in the transformation of QXL leading to its sale to Naspers for around $1.9 billion.
He holds an MSc degree in Computer Science from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH)
Laszlo Robert Czirjak,
Member of the Advisory Board
Managing Partner, iEurope Capital
Laszlo is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of iEurope Capital. Born and educated in the U.S, he lives in Hungary since 1992. His venture capital, private equity, investment banking and operational experience spans e-commerce, Internet, automotive and transport, financial services, consumer and retail, energy and power, health care, manufacturing, technology, business services, and media and telecom.
Prior to founding iEurope, he was a Managing Director at Bankers Trust Company/BT Alex Brown in London from 1991-1998. He led over 20 major M&A and restructuring assignments involving over $1.5 billion and 24 significant debt and equity financing totalling over $3.2 billion.
Earlier in his career in New York, Mr. Czirjak served as a Director at the Bridgeford Group and at IBJ Schroder Bank, US investment banking subsidiaries of the Industrial Bank of Japan. He has held positions at Goldman Sachs (in M&A and Project Finance) and in operations management at Chemical Bank.
He received a MBA and BS in Industrial Engineering, both with honors, from Columbia University in New York.
Mr. Czirjak served on the boards of iEurope fund's portfolio companies including ATech, Vatera, Kupi Me and others. He is a former member of the Board of Directors of MOL Rt., the publicly traded Hungarian Oil and Gas Company. He currently sits on the CEE advisory board of AES Hungary (subsidiary of NYSE AES Corp) & the local CEE advisory Committee of Euro-Phoenix Financial Advisors.
Christian is the founder of Nebenan.de, the social network for your neighborhood. Previously he started iLove, MyVideo and eDarling and grew them into profitable businesses.
As an active business angel he helped start companies such as Trivago, StudiVZ, ResearchGate, Airhelp.com and many more. Christian is on the board of the German Startups Association.
He serves as an advisor on StartUp policy to the German Minister of Economics as well as on the HighTech Forum of the German Minister of Research & Education. He supports social entrepreneurs through Ashoka and betterplace.org. He is married, father of 3 boys and lives in Berlin.
Magnus Graf Lambsdorff,
Magnus is a partner at Lakestar. Prior to that, Maguns was chief people officer at the company builder HitFox, focusing on Fintech and AdTech/Data. HitFox built up 20 internet based ventures that attracted >100m € investments and currently employ 760 professionals.
As an active business angel in Germany and the US, Magnus invested in companies such as Madvertise, Fyber, Wunder, Twiki and Locr since 1999.
Prior to joining HitFox, Magnus was a partner at Egon Zehnder, where he advised large international technology and online companies on leadership issues for 20 years.
Magnus is also part of the Baden Badener Unternehmergespräche e.V., the German UNICEF committee, vice-regional party leader of the FDP in Hamburg and chair of the Freundeskreises Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg.
Founder at M.C.B. Beteiligungs GmbH, Partner Redstone Digital GmbH
Michael Brehm is a successful entrepreneur and business angel. Michael founded M.C.B. Beteiligungs GmbH in 2006 and is a founding Partner at Redstone Digital GmbH, a Berlin-based VC firm, managing multiple corporate venture funds through a unique VC-as-a-Service approach since 2014.
From 2006 to 2008 he was managing director of studiVZ and significantly contributed to growing the company from its dorm room roots to become Europe's biggest social network at the time.
Prior to that, he worked for Merrill Lynch Inc. in the M&A department. In 1995, while still at school, Michael founded his first business, a snowboard clothing company, and gained his first entrepreneurial experience.
He got his degree in business administration from WHU in Vallendar (Germany). He also studied at CEIBS in Shanghai (China) and at EGADE in Monterrey (Mexico).
As a business angel, Michael mainly invests in digital companies active in education, healthcare and B-to-B Servies. He is currently a shareholder in companies such as Kreditech or Atheneum Partners GmbH. Michael's past investment exits include kaufDA / Bonial, brands4friends, amiando AG, studiVZ, DailyDeal GmbH, Ensogo, deal.com.sg, CBL International or Scoreloop AG.
Founder & CEO FLIO, CEO Density Ventures
Stephan Uhrenbacher is founder and CEO of FLIO, the global airport app. Flio was launched in 2015 and is currently on a stellar growth curve with many positive press reviews. Flio is a location based service specialist app for people in transit, partnering with airports, travel retail and global travel brands.
Previously, Stephan founded Qype which he built into Europe's largest local review web site, first as CEO and then on the board of directors until Qype was acquired by Yelp in 2012. He founded several other companies such as short term lettings platform 9flats.com and Germany's leading eco market place avocadostore.de.
Before becoming an entrepreneur, Stephan held several top management positions at well known internet companies such as lastminute.com and bild.de
Managing Partner, LEPI Ventures GmbH
Sven Rawe has been working in Germany and internationally as a communications consultant for political and regulatory matters for the past 20 years.
In 2001 he founded Steltemeier & Rawe, a strategic communications and public policy consultancy, in Berlin. As the initiator of the Bernstein Group, he merged Bernstein Communications and Bernstein Public Policy (formerly Steltemeier & Rawe Public Policy) under one umbrella. He also co-founded Pathways Public Health GmbH and OneShore Energy GmbH.
With his investment firm LEPI Ventures GmbH, Sven invests in and advises start-ups whose business success is highly impacted by current and future regulatory developments.
Sven studied at the Free University of Berlin and the University of Sussex and holds a degree in political science as well as a Master's degree in Contemporary European Studies.