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.
Invest Europe, the Brussels-based non-profit that seeks to represent Europe’s private equity, VC and infrastructure sectors, today published a report (PDF) on private capital investments in Central and Eastern Europe (aka the CEE region) in 2015. The association’s data shows that last year was a good one; to wit, private equity investment into CEE companies […]
The UK, Germany, Israel, France and Sweden are, according to the most recent figures available, Europe’s main technology hubs. But, as we’ve said for a long time and as strong defenders of the European technology scene as a whole, great companies can increasingly come from anywhere. And Belgium is just one of example of this […]
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.
Invest Europe, the non-profit organisation formerly known as the European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (or EVCA), has released its report for 2015.
In Q1 2016, European and Israeli tech companies raised a combined €4.8 billion, making it a record-breaking quarter in the region, according to our extensive data and research. Update: Dow Jones tracked 411 deals in Q1; we tracked 790 funding deals. Don’t take our word for it: Dealroom separately tracked €4.6 billion for the quarter. […]