This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about the €140 million funding round for Sweden’s KRY, Brexit and the future of R&D funding in the EU, the Friend of a Friend standard, and more. In addition to that, listen to interviews with KRY’s Sabina Wizander, Luna’s Andrew Fleury, and Blue Duck Scooters’ Peter McGannon Gomez.
In today’s Tech.eu Podcast, Natalie Novick, Andrii Degeler, and Robin Wauters talk about TransferWise opening an office in Brussels, funding rounds for Horizn and N26, the acquisition of data Artisans by Alibaba Group, and much more. The episode also features a pre-recorded interview with Jeff Lynn, co-founder and executive chairman at Seedrs, an equity crowdfunding platform that’s been pretty successful in Europe.
Estonian-founded and London-headquartered fintech company TransferWise has applied for a financial licence and opened a new office in Brussels. In case of a no-deal Brexit, a payment institution licence — something similar to an e-money licence — received in Belgium would ensure that TransferWise would be able to continue operating in the European Union thanks […]
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss what BlaBlaCar is going to do with the bus operator Ouibus, what the Brexit draft agreement means for the tech ecosystem in the UK, and much more. Also featured in the episode is a great and insightful interview with Simon Cook, the CEO of Draper Esprit.
Tech.eu catches up with TransferGo CEO Daumantas Dvilinskas to talk digital remittance, growth, and Brexit.
Clevver cofounder Sven Hecker discusses the challenges for startups in setting up in different countries and the impact of Brexit.
Tech City UK’s annual report finds salaries and productivity in UK tech are growing but uncertainties still linger.