As part of our new weekly ‘Startup Spotlight’ series featuring interesting but mostly-below-the-radar European startups, we give you an interview with Vivian Chan, founder and CEO of UK-based Sparrho.
With more than 300 employees working out of its HQ in Berlin and recently opened New York office, Babbel is helping millions of people around the world learn languages – and it’s just getting started. Charmaine Li paid a visit to the startup to have a chat with CEO Markus Witte (and to take photos).
Keyboard apps are some of the most popular apps for mobile devices, which isn’t much of a surprise given how (much) people use them. Here are 5 European startups hoping to tap into the way you type.
Entrepreneurial activity in the field of education technology (commonly referred to as ‘edtech’) is picking up, so we decided to shed some light on 15 European startups that are tackling this space.
Something for your mind, your body and your … smartphone? Charmaine Li has compiled a list of 10 Europe-based startups who’ve built apps that can help you train your brain (or kill some time at least).
Whether you prefer reading books the old-fashioned way or in digital form, there are many ways to enjoy it. Here are 10 Europe-based e-reading app makers that are out to optimise your experience.
Learning a new language isn’t easy, but fortunately there are plenty of online and mobile language learning services available to lend you a hand. Here’s 12 notable European startups in this space.