Pfeffermind Games is a young startup in Berlin that develops smartphone apps. But what's special about this startup is that from the beginning on, the group of young entrepreneurs decided they wanted to keep their freedom and finance themselves. In an interview, Pfeffermind Game's co-founder Philipp Reinartz (pictured left) explains what it's like to build a startup without investors.
Germans brew some of the best beer in the world, but it only comes in a few different varieties. That's because German beer making is still controlled by the oldest food regulation in the world - the German beer purity law, which says you can only use three ingredients when making beer: water, hops and malt. Beer sommelier Sophia Wenzel thinks the law is outdated and it's time to spice things up.
Find out what it’s like to grow up somewhere but feel like you never really belong. And, we look at what lengths people will go to to preserve their national identity in Serbia. Plus, a movement in Rwanda is encouraging young people to invest in Africa’s future. All that and more on this week's edition of Pulse.