tech.eu Podcast hosted by Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler is a show in which we discuss some of the most interesting stories from the European technology scene and interview leading entrepreneurs and investors from across the region.
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Here’s what we discussed this time.
🎧 Lithuania, fintech, and Revolut
- Lithuania sees flood of fintech firms apply for licences ahead of Brexit
- Revolut boss denies British digital bank has Kremlin links
- Lithuanian parlt panel chair turns to financial crime, intelligence bodies over Revolut
- Banking company Revolut condemned for ‘single-shaming’ advert ahead of Valentine’s Day
🎧 Malt funding and the future of work
- Malt raises €25 million to further develop its freelance community in Europe, and to transform the industry of high value-add services in the digital space
- French freelance marketplace Malt raises $25 million to expand across Europe
- The Gig Economy Goes Global
- Proceedings: Open round table “The Future of Work” (PDF)
🎧 Interview: Julia Reda, MEP from the Pirate Party, talking about the Copyright Directive
- “The Copyright Directive: how the mob was told to save the dragon and slay the knight”
- The Copyright Directive (this is how the post above looks now)
🎧 Events overview
- TechChill in Riga on February 21–22;
- FutureXSocial: Going Global in Edinburgh on February 27;
- 4YFN in Barcelona on February 25–27;
- Female Founder Challenge by Vivatech in Paris on May 16–18
If you are looking for more things to do, check out our events section. Have a suggestion to add? Let us know by filling out the form.
🎧 Reading recommendations:
- “Why CAPTCHAs have gotten so difficult” by Josh Dzieza on The Verge;
- “State of Remote Work 2019” by Buffer.
We hope you enjoy the podcast! Please feel free to email us with any questions, suggestions, and opinions to [email protected] or tweet at @tech_eu, @nnovick, and @adegeler.
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