The third trivago hackathon – this year in collaboration with Techfugees – took place from 18th to 19th November 2017 in the trivago headquarters in Dusseldorf. Creative and innovative developers and designers were invited to compete for cash prizes.
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Get the lowdown on where we’ve been, and what we’ve seen. Here, you’ll find the latest news from Life at trivago.
Am I a “woman in tech”? I never thought it through before…
Each year, the small village of Haldern welcomes revellers from near and far to their annual festival “Haldern Pop”. Since its inception in 1984, the event has developed independently and organically into the “Museum der Kleinigkeiten” (Museum of the Little Things) that it is today.
Anitta, from our Organizational FOundation team, collaborates with the NGO Vasantham Vision Trust, contributing to improving social outreach programs for children in Sri Lanka.
Tech Open Air is an annual 2-day Tech event in Berlin. We headed there to hear some talks, and give the locals a special insight into life at trivago.
A lot of people have been asking us that recently, it’s only fair to shed a little more light on the situation!
At trivago we don’t just encourage f’ups, we celebrate them! That’s why we want to reward you for sharing your biggest f’up.
You may have noticed a few ‘errors’ happening around trivago recently. Most infamously our new campus banner. Was it an accident? some kind of joke? Well, a little from Column A, a little from Column B.
On Thursday 8th June, we headed to Berlin to present our ‘Diwurstity’ campaign to a panel of judges at the Deutscher Preis Für Online Kommunikation. You won’t believe what happened next…
On May 18th 2017, Our own Rolf Schrömgens had the opportunity to speak with Angela Merkel at #CNight in Berlin. They discussed what the future holds for Germany, and what steps the country can take to stay adaptable in such a rapidly changin