Travelbird, an Amsterdam-based online platform for travel booking that has raised more than €20 million to date, has fully suspended its operations and declared financial insolvency. The company currently employs 310 people in its Amsterdam headquarters — less than a half of its staff as of April 2015. In a message posted on the Dutch version […]
Editor’s note: This post from East-West Digital News was syndicated with permission. Last month, the Russian B2C e-commerce marketplace Wikimart shut down, putting an end to a long agony. Launched in 2008 by Stanford graduates Maxim Faldin and Kamil Kurmakaev, Wikimart had the initial ambition to create a Russian analog of eBay. The project was […]
The LIFE project looks at the different challenges for European startups during their development. Some eye-opening data and conclusions down below:
The oft-talked about talent shortage in the European tech scene: is it perception or reality? And if the latter, what is exactly the issue – and how can we fix it?
Tech.eu had an interesting chat with developer strategy expert Leslie Hawthorn, an American expat currently living in Amsterdam, about fear of failure.
Discussing the most interesting and important stories from the European tech scene, the 10th episode of the Tech.eu podcast is now live
How can Europeans learn to better cope with business failure and turn it into an asset? Entrepreneur Arthur Tolsma shares insights gained by personal experiences.