This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss the latest developments in the story of DeepMind, the future of delivery robots shown by Starship Technologies and Amazon, the alleged €100 billion European startup fund, pros and cons of location sharing apps, and more.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about the letter sent by European job boards to complain about Google, the takeaway wars and consolidation processes, the hilarious “WeWTF,” the future of gig economy that can be more interesting than you think, and much more. Natalie has also recorded an interview with Daisy Ford-Downes of Zebras Unite for you.
Tech.eu’s not exactly alone in keeping a close eye on the Baltics, where an ever-increasing amount of interesting solid tech businesses are being born. Cue Google setting up a new partnership with the leading startup accelerator in the region, Startup Wise Guys, to support the burgeoning ecosystem(s). Founded back in 2012, Startup Wise Guys (SWG) […]
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discussed the TransferWise millionaires, the GDPR anniversary, Ireland’s investigation into Google, and much more. We’ve also prepared a pre-recorded interview with Roeland Pater, founder and CEO of Nori Health — part of our Digital Health month powered by Bayer G4A.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss the freshly approved Copyright Directive, the new €1.49 billion fine for Google, the concept of cloud kitchen, and much more. We’ve also prepared an interview with Martin Villig, co-founder of Bolt, formerly known as Taxify.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss Google’s latest fine in Europe, the good news about the Copyright Directive, the launch of Iceland Venture Studio and the local ecosystem in Iceland, as well as the history of blogging and the issue of “performative workaholism.” Natalie has also recorded an interview with Raph Crouan, founder and CEO of Startupbootcamp IoT programme in London.
Today we’ll talk about cities and countries being unhappy with tech companies and their disruptive practices. Not that it’s something we want specifically to talk about, but the news of the past week saw both Airbnb and Google take a hit.