Philipp Rogge studied business administration in New York and Buenos Aires before graduating from the University of Cologne. He founded his first organization, the now official Soup Kitchen Hanover aged 19, which serves 300.000 meals a year to people in need. He invested in innovative web-technologies and ecommerce startups during his work as Investment Manager for a Cologne based VC after having stints at Deloitte Corporate Finance and Deloitte Consulting. Before the founding of Styla, Rogge founded Germany’s first P2P Sharing Economy platform, receiving international acclaim and awards. He founded Styla in 2012, disrupting the frontend game with the use of design automation technology.