Health startups of all types are proliferating across Europe. Here’s a list highlighting 35 companies that are, in our opinion, spearheading exciting developments in this sphere.
Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of messaging application maker WhatsApp may have gotten FTC approval in the United States last month, but now The Wall Street Journal reports that the social networking juggernaut has proactively contacted the European Commission to clear the deal. That means Europe might start an antitrust investigation on an EU level - […]
The online art market is booming and it looks like the world of tech and art are inching closer towards each other. Here, we shine a light on a crop of European tech startups tackling this space…
Stop obsessing over being The Next Silicon Valley™ and focus on strengthening startup ties, says Co.station co-founder Paul Stasse. Here’s his take on a recent EU study on “ICT hotspots”…
Tech.eu took a deep dive into all the available data on European tech company exits in the first quarter of this year. Google was the most active acquirer; and US companies sure like to come shopping here.
Global startup community F6S has released interesting new stats comparing entrepreneurial activity in Europe to the US. The data provides a refreshing take on the oft-discussed regional comparison.
A deep dive into the Eurapp report, the result of a comprehensive study of the European app economy sponsored by the European Commission and put together by DERI, NUI Galway and GigaOM Research.