This week, we talk about some of the biggest stories in European tech, including Paris’ pick for 3 e-scooter fleet operators, Adevinta buying eBay’s classified ads biz and more. We also discuss European venture data for Q2 and I rant about the EU budget, and top it off with a conversation with Accel partner Philippe Botteri.
Europe’s largest e-scooter companies, TIER, Voi and Dott, are committing to a set of sustainability standards that address environmental and social issues related to the industry. According to a press release, the coalition will appoint an independent body to monitor, evaluate and transparently report progress on all commitments. The new sustainable practices consider the full […]
Stockholm-based Voi Technology, a pan-European micromobility company, announced it has reached profitability and secured another $30 million in funding from existing investors, after an $85 million round last November. With the new investment, the Swedish business hopes to enter the UK market, where the government is allowing some test runs of e-scooters. The Swedish company […]
This week, Andrii dives into the latest e-scooter news and talks to Nicolas Brusson, co-founder and CEO of BlaBlaCar.
This week, Andrii Degeler, Natalie Novick, and Robin Wauters discuss how VCs change their way in the challenging times, and whether it’s a good idea for founders to come forward and name the names of those trying to take advantage of entrepreneurs. Also expect to hear the latest on how e-scooter companies cope with the coronavirus outbreak and enjoy a beautiful music track from Finland.
In this week’s episode of Tech.eu Podcast, we give you an overview of the most important tech news in Europe, talk about the VC sustainability clause with Robin Wauters, and discuss the future of shared micromobility with Alexandre Gauquelin.
For this episode, we’ve talked to Jean-Eric Paquet, director-general for research and innovation at the European Commission, and Fredrik Hjelm, co-founder and CEO at Voi Technology.