Andrii Degeler

Journalist and podcast host based in the Netherlands. Covering all things technology since 2007 for Tech.eu, Engadget, TNW, Ars Technica UK, the Kyiv Post, and more.

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Tech.eu Podcast #127: EU vs. Amazon, future of alternative meats in Europe, is brain drain real, interview with Fifty Years’ Seth Bannon, and more

This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about the latest investigation of the European Commission into Amazon, alternative meats and the future of foodtech, whether the brain drain is something we should be worried about, the redesign of Twitter, and much more. Also, check out the interview with Seth Bannon from Fifty Years VC recorded at Tech Open Air.

Tech.eu podcast #10: Three new funds, Europe's relationship with failure, an update on BlaBlacar, and a look at Kima Ventures

Tech.eu Podcast #126: Facial recognition rules in Europe, France and Britain bite back on big tech, the future of EU-US data flows, interviews with Lubomila Jordanova and Tim Schumacher, and more

This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talked about the new, tighter rules regarding facial recognition in Europe, the standoff between France and the UK and the big tech companies, the future of data flows between Europe and the US, and much more. We’ve also prepared interviews with Lubomila Jordanova of PlanA and Tim Schumacher, co-fonder of Eyeo, Sedo, and SaaS.group.

Tech.eu Podcast #52: Austria's startup plan, funding for Personio and YouDo, Mangrove's Mark Tluszcz and EU vs. Google (again)

Tech.eu Podcast #125: Even more money for e-scooters, what’s up with Atomico Angel Programme, future of podcasting, interview with Sara Usinger, and more

This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talked about fresh funding for e-scooter companies and the competition landscape in Europe, (the lack of) news from Atomico’s Angel Programme, the future of podcasts and paywalls, and much more. In addition to that, there’s an interview with Sara Usinger who’s been busy building up startup ecosystems in Iran and Albania over the past few years.

Copenhagen-based tattoo platform Tattoodo raises $5.3 million

Danish tattoo marketplace platform Tattoodo has landed $5.3 million in a funding round led by Seed Capital, with participation from several investors, including Rene Rechtman, Errol Damelin, Daniel Agger, Christian Stadil, and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Founded in 2013, the startup now claims to be “the world’s largest tattoo community with […] more than 500,000 registered tattoo […]

Paris-based logistics startup Cubyn raises €12 million

French-founded on-demand logistics startup Cubyn has landed €12 million in a funding round led by DN Capital with participation from Partech Ventures, 360 Capital Partners, BNP Paribas Developpement, and BPI France. Founded in 2015, Cubyn has developed a third-party logistics and fulfilment system that supposedly costs 30 percent less than the average industry rates. Dubbed […]