We recently spent a couple of days in a burgeoning startup ecosystem in Spain, where talent is plentiful, wages are relatively low and temperatures are high.
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.
We’ve analysed the tech exits data tracked for the third quarter of 2016, and found that it was a stellar one in terms of volume – but mostly thanks to a single, big deal.
Tech investment activity notably declined in the UK and Germany during Q3 2016, leading overall investment volume to decrease by 17% to €3.4 billion YoY.
Accel partner Philippe Botteri believes in a bright future for European SaaS firms, and the investor has identified 100 promising companies in the category.
The LIFE project looks at the different challenges for European startups during their development. Some eye-opening data and conclusions down below:
From the right founders to solving a real problem, the European Commission-sponsored LIFE project details the mistakes startups make in their earliest days.