There are still people on this planet who believe Europe has failed to produce more than a handful of successful tech companies to date. They are mistaken, and we’re determined to open their eyes.
There are many interesting trends happening in technology right now, and there are a number of European tech startups riding those waves with clear-cut innovation. Here’s an overview.
Prolific French early-stage investment firm Kima Ventures has kicked off a new initiative called Kima15; aims to invest the same amount at the same terms in 50 startups in the next 12 months.
The year may be coming to an end, but there are two more major technology conferences happening in Europe before it does. Here’s where you can meet us in person in the next two weeks – if you dare.
We believe there’s an unmet need for in-depth coverage of Europe’s technology industry and its many triumphs and tribulations. We’re going to make an earnest effort to fill that gap with amazing content.
By our count, there are approximately 100 startup accelerators operating across Europe today, with presently close to 140 active programs. Are there too many accelerators in Europe – or not enough?
Think 3D printing is new? Please. Materialise founder and CEO Wilfried Vancraen bought his first 3D printer in 1990, and saw the future. Almost 25 years and 900 employees later, his company is thriving.