As our podcast listeners may already know, Tech.eu has decided to recognize a Person of the Year. For 2015, we picked Niklas Zennström! Here’s why:
Paris-based Tech.eu co-founder Roxanne Varza dives into the French investment scene, which is undergoing a series of changes not unlike those seen in other mature tech ecosystems across Europe.
There’s been a lot of chatter about France supposedly losing their best and brightest entrepreneurs. Why are we focusing on that, while there are tons of great entrepreneurs making the opposite move?
People are starting companies at increasingly younger ages across the globe, but Europe is trailing in that department. We asked some exceptional, young European entrepreneurs how to change that.
Roxanne Varza gives a comprehensive overview of the various learn-to-code initiatives and other noteworthy computer programming education projects that are mushrooming all across Europe.
In which Roxanne Varza takes a close look at the different initiatives governments from all across Europe have put in place to support their tech startups, and what more they could be doing.
Roxanne Varza argues that the regulatory situation in Europe has been nothing shy of incredibly confusing – and damaging – for entrepreneurs, despite all the innovation-friendly rhetoric.