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Baltic accelerator Startup Wise Guys launches fourth program in partnership with EBRD

Tallinn-based Startup Wise Guys (SWG) has partnered with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to launch its fourth fintech accelerator program starting in October 2020 in Vilnius, Lithuania. The bank is participating with its TaiwanBusiness EBRD Technical Cooperation fund. The Baltic accelerator provides investment of up to €100,000 and up to 5 months […]

Tech.eu Podcast #154: Airline innovation

In this week’s episode of Tech.eu Podcast, we give you an overview of the most important tech news in Europe and talk about innovation in the air travel industry with four startups from the Hangar 51 accelerator.

StartersHub Tech.eu

StartersHub, micro VC from Istanbul and San Francisco, to invest in 60 startups from central and eastern Europe

StartersHub, an early-stage tech investment fund based in Istanbul and San Francisco, will back 60 eastern European startups over the next four years in an effort to bridge the gap between pre-seed and seed funding. Arda Aşkin, managing director at StartersHub, explained: “Despite the fact that a record €0.7 billion was invested in CEE startups […]

Check out 10 deep-tech scale-up winners of EIT Digital Challenge 2019

Editor’s note: This is a sponsored article, which means it’s independently written by our editorial team but financially supported by another organisation, in this case, EIT Digital. If you would like to learn more about sponsored posts on Tech.eu, read this and contact us if you’re interested in partnering with us. EIT Digital, a leading European digital innovation […]

Startupbootcamp Tech.eu

With IPO, Startupbootcamp becomes the world’s first publicly traded accelerator

Startupbootcamp Amsterdam will list its next fintech accelerator on the Rabo&Crowd funding platform, which is powered by Nxchange, a next generation stock exchange. The broader public can now invest in the first publicly-traded startup accelerator, SBC Fintech Amsterdam 1921. Would-be investors are eligible for tickets of €37.500, for which they receive 1000 depository receipts which […]