Ben Grol heads the growth team at Atomico. He has quite an interesting background – high school dropout, professional chef, Stanford computer science graduate, and so on. Ben was also a key team member for some of the most successful large scale products and services which practically all of us use today, including Gmail, Google […]
Ivo Spigel recently had an opportunity to learn about the strategy and processes of Atomico, one of Europe’s premier venture funds. In the first of a two-part series, he speaks with co-founder Mattias Ljungman, and partners Dan Hynes and Tom Wehmeier:
The report from Atomico takes the pulse of the European tech industry, which had a record year for investment in 2017.
A new report from Atomico and Slush analyses the lay of the land for European tech in 2016, and makes a case for why it is poised to thrive.
Thanks to the Internet, scaling tech companies globally is easier than ever – and it’s more important too. But to expand to China, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Our Q2 funding analysis discovered a gap between European funds being raised and capital being invested in Europe’s companies. Tom Wehmeier of Atomico shares his insights on this with us.
Investment firm Atomico has come out with its first quarterly update to the research it published last October. Its data suggests you’re better off having (and sticking with) your founding, tech-savvy CEO.