Editor’s note: this is a guest post from Johannes Reck, CEO of Berlin-based GetYourGuide, which provides an online platform for discovering and booking attractions & activities. It’s an election year here in Germany, but you’d be forgiven if you hadn’t heard. The campaigns were barely differentiated and in a time of national populism, it seemed […]
Guest contributor Joe Liebkind spoke with a Finnish serial entrepreneur about the Helsinki (and broader) startup scene, Slush, Nokia and recruiting talent.
As the son and grandson of school teachers, and a student of engineering schools in France and the US, BlaBlaCar’s Frédéric Mazzella reflects on today’s education.
Accel partner Philippe Botteri believes in a bright future for European SaaS firms, and the investor has identified 100 promising companies in the category.
Highland Europe’s Fergal Mullen has had some recent successful exits for portfolio companies. But all of them took time, and it’s important to realise that most do.
Mind The Bridge’s Alberto Onetti writes about the importance of corporations within the European tech landscape and the areas in which they could provide help.
Lukas Ohlsson explains why it would make sense for German startup CupoNation to move to Stockholm from a business perspective – but why they’re not doing it.