If you’re a budding entrepreneur or new to freelancing, you know that launching your own business isn’t easy – especially when strapped for cash. Thanks to the Internet, here’s 8 ways to kickstart your biz.
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.
Fortumo has managed to build a global mobile payment processing business out of Tartu, Estonia. We caught up with founder and CEO Martin Koppel to learn more about the company and its future plans.
Christian Lanng and his crew over at Tradeshift are building a distributed, cloud-based platform to handle the extremely difficult task of supporting global supply chains. Ivo Spigel finds out how the company got started and how it’s doing in this profile of one of the best-funded Scandinavian startups.
SwiftKey is a fast-growing UK startup whose technology helps millions of users around the world type faster on their iOS and Android devices. Founder Ben Medlock tells us what’s next for the company.
Tech.eu had an interesting chat with Fiverr co-founder and CEO Micha Kaufman to learn more about how the online marketplace for creative services came to be, and what’s next for the Israeli startup.
Charmaine Li puts a spotlight on Kano, the UK startup that enables anyone to build and code their own computer. Last year, Kano raised $1.5m on Kickstarter, but we asked founder Alex Klein what’s next.