Tech Open Air is back in Berlin with the exciting CxO-level Open Circle programme

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Techstars brings an accelerator programme and several events to Turin

The US-founded accelerator and entrepreneur network Techstars has announced a slew of events and programming in Turin, Italy, along with a partnership with Turinese foundations Compagnia Di San Paolo and Fondazione CRT, as well as Italy’s largest bank, Intesa Sanpaolo. Later this month, Techstars will hold the four-day Startup Week Torino, a free event for […] Podcast — #TechChill Interview Special: Kat Borlongan, French Tech Mission; Anna Andersone, Riga Tech Girls; Milda Mitkutė, Vinted

This is the first batch of interviews the team of recorded in at the TechChill conference in Riga, Latvia, last month. It doesn’t mean, however, that we only talked to people from the Baltics about the local ecosystem — far from that, actually. In this episode, we’ve talked to Kat Borlongan from La French Tech,  Anna Andersone of Riga Tech Girls, and Milda Mitkutė from Vinted. Podcast #52: Austria's startup plan, funding for Personio and YouDo, Mangrove's Mark Tluszcz and EU vs. Google (again) Podcast #108: More pressure on Revolut; e-sports scene in Europe; (very) old tech around us; blockchain phones; interview with Göran Wågström, founder and CEO of Idka

This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss the media attention Revolut has got for various wrong reasons over the past few weeks, the e-sports landscape in Europe, upcoming events, old tech that powers important aspects of our lives, and much more. Also, listen to an interview with Göran Wågström, founder and CEO of Idka.