In this podcast episode, we’ve talked to Marta Sjögren, partner at the VC firm Northzone, and Peter Reinhardt, co-founder and CEO of a unicorn startup Segment.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about Uber’s licence — or rather lack thereof — in London, the EU trying to save startups from the “Valley of death,” the world of home delivery, Shoshana Zuboff’s Axel Springer Award, and more. In addition to all that, listen to a conversation with Thomas Canguilhem, partner and head of international growth at EcoTree.
In this interview special episode recorded at Slush 2019, we’ve talked to Valentina Milanova, CEO and founder of Daye, and Carl Christensen, co-founder and CTO at Spacemaker.
In this interview special episode recorded at Slush 2019, we’ve talked to Sophia Bendz, partner at Atomico, and Markus Villig, CEO and co-founder at Bolt.
This week Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about Tesla’s gigafactory in Germany, a wave of new venture funds in Europe, privacy issues on health websites, and much more. The featured interview is a conversation with Jan Bormans, CEO at the European Startup Network.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about the concerns of the European Commission regarding Apple’s possibly anticompetitive practices and Google’s acquisition of Fitbit, the future of Huawei in Europe, best practices of running a newsletter, and much more. The featured interview of the week is a conversation with Ken Villum Klausen, founder and CEO of the challenger bank Lunar.
This interview special episode includes a conversation with Maxim Romain, CEO and co-founder of the e-scooter startup Dott, recorded in Amsterdam earlier this year. Among the topics we discussed in this interview are Dott’s rumoured launch in the Netherlands, the profitability of e-scooter startups, the problem — or lack thereof — that Dott is solving, the actual levels of theft and vandalism in the industry, and much more.