In a new, combined Tech.eu report, we break down and analyse in-depth all of the European tech exit and funding deals we tracked and vetted during Q1 2017.
A new report from Atomico and Slush analyses the lay of the land for European tech in 2016, and makes a case for why it is poised to thrive.
We’ve analysed the tech exits data tracked for the third quarter of 2016, and found that it was a stellar one in terms of volume – but mostly thanks to a single, big deal.
Q2 2016 was a down quarter for the European and Israeli tech ecosystem. Local companies raised €4.1 billion across 782 funding rounds; both figures represent quarter-on-quarter decreases. It’s not all bad news, though.
The European and Israeli startup ecosystems are accelerating: according to Tech.eu’s data, tech companies raised a combined €2.6 billion across 527 deals in the first two months of 2016, a significant year-on-year increase on both fronts.
Today, we’re launching a brand new version of our European tech data and market intelligence platform (previously known as Radar) in partnership with Dealroom.
Are e-commerce startups the only thing coming out of Spain? We take a close look at the startup scene in Spain and its emerging industries like fintech, gaming and data.