Stephan Uhrenbacher is one of Germany's leading Internet entrepreneurs. He was part of the success of British travel portal lastminute.com and held leading positions at Bild.de, the news portal of Germany's most popular newspaper, as well as at Dutch online pharmacy DocMorris.
His biggest success up to this date is the recommendation portal Qype, which he founded in 1996. Attracting 18 million unique users per month in eight countries, Qype is by far the leading website of its kind in Europe. His projects include Avocado Store, an online market place for sustainable products, which was awarded several times as start-up of the year in Germany.
He later founded 9flats.com, one of Europe's leading apartment rental websites. His investment vehicle is Density Ventures.
Stephan's lates project, not launched yet, is a global airport app, called FLIO
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|Feb 9, 2016||Next Big What (India) - FLIO : The Global Airport App|
|Sep 7, 2015||Startup Daily - Flio wants to make the airport experience as pleasant as possible; gains a healthy five-digit number of users in one month - Startup Daily|
|Sep 7, 2015||Startup Daily - Flio wants to make the airport experience as pleasant as possible; gains a healthy five-digit number of users in one month|
|Feb 20, 2014||TechCrunch - 9flats Founder Steps Down From CEO As Hamburg-Based Airbnb Competitor Breaks Even|
|Nov 27, 2013||Venture Village - Airbnb rival 9flats shuts down office in Berlin|
|Oct 14, 2013||Venture Village - Rocket Internet’s Wimdu missed out on dream takeover by Airbnb – here’s why|
|May 21, 2013||Venture Village - Airbnb deemed illegal in New York City in landmark ruling|
|May 15, 2013||TechCrunch - 9flats Acquires iStopOver To Put The Heat On Airbnb, Doubles Its Rentals Capacity|