It doesn’t always run in The Family.
Editor’s note: this is an article from Crunchbase News written by research lead Gené Teare and syndicated with permission. To understand the impact of the pandemic on global venture funding, we took a look at comparative trends for the first four months of each year from 2016 through to 2020. The impact to technology companies […]
To absolutely no one’s surprise, the people behind the major TOA event in Berlin are today announcing that there will be no physical event in 2020, and that its focus is shifting completely to building ‘digital products’. Interestingly, the company has received new investments as it charts that new course, from new backers such as […]
European recruitment platform provider talent.io has surveyed 832 tech companies located across London, a number of cities across France, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg and Amsterdam to get an idea of what is happening to tech recruitment during the global coronavirus outbreak. In its report, which you can access here, talent.io concludes that nearly 40% of technology […]
It remains very much to be seen what the exact impact of the coronavirus outbreak will be on the technology industry and global startup ecosystems, right in the middle of the crisis. That will be a big topic and subject for plenty of analysis when the numbers are reported in later times, by us and […]
Editor’s Note: this is a guest article from Martin von Haller Grønbæk, a partner at law firm Bird & Bird, partner at NordicMakers.vc and chairman of the #CPHFTW foundation. Like all private businesses, large and small, EU tech startups are hit hard by the near total shutdown of the economy in the wake of the […]
There are many fantastic examples in history of devastating crises that have led to a great wave of innovation. Perhaps the most famous example is the Second World War that drove innovation we are still using and perfecting today, such as computers, jet engines and the large scale application of several drugs including penicillin. But […]