Gender inequality, particularly in the technology industry, is an enormous problem, also in Europe. Alex Barrera takes a look at a number of organisations and initiatives that are trying to change the ratio.
There are still people on this planet who believe Europe has failed to produce more than a handful of successful tech companies to date. They are mistaken, and we’re determined to open their eyes.
Roxanne Varza argues that the regulatory situation in Europe has been nothing shy of incredibly confusing – and damaging – for entrepreneurs, despite all the innovation-friendly rhetoric.
We believe there’s an unmet need for in-depth coverage of Europe’s technology industry and its many triumphs and tribulations. We’re going to make an earnest effort to fill that gap with amazing content.
By our count, there are approximately 100 startup accelerators operating across Europe today, with presently close to 140 active programs. Are there too many accelerators in Europe – or not enough?
There’s a lot of talk about special visas for foreign entrepreneurs in Europe, but unfortunately it’s mostly just that. Only the UK and Ireland have bona fide entrepreneur visas for now.
Roxanne Varza argues that it’s time for more countries to follow in their footsteps (or do even better).