Tech.eu Podcast #139: Kahoot goes public, autonomous driving in Europe, Lucy Cheesman and algorave music, marathon tech, fresh reports, and more

This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talked about the rejection of Sylvie Goulard as the internal market commissioner, the little-discussed IPO! of! Kahoot!, the autonomous driving scene in Europe, upcoming events, and much more. The featured interview of the week is with Lucy Cheesman, an algorave musician from the UK.

A spotlight on Sweden’s Mapillary: the street-level imagery platform mapping the world’s places

Our world is constantly changing. Growing populations have caused cities to upgrade their infrastructure, social media has encouraged wide-spread activism on issues from politics to the environment, and technological advancements have opened up new ways for individuals to put themselves on the map – literally. Enter Mapillary, the street-level imagery platform that uses crowdsourced data […]

Insurtech startup omni:us gets €1.6 million from the EU for its AI-driven claims platform – an interview with CEO Sofie Quidenus-Wahlforss

In a couple of weeks, we’ll participate in The Big Score in the lovely city of Ghent, Belgium, an international venture capital & corporate innovation event that will feature 50 of Europe’s most promising growth stage scale-ups and 25 interesting Belgian startups. One of the scale-ups that will be also in attendance is Berlin-based omni:us. […]

Tech.eu Podcast #137: Unbabel and gig economy, documents leak from the Commission, cap table issues, Carly Kind of the Ada Lovelace Institute, and more

This week, Andrii Degeler and Natalie Novick discuss the fresh funding round of Unbabel and the gig economy in general, new tech-related documents leaked from the European Commission, cap table issues in the Nordics and beyond, the mystery of Cachette Capital, and more. The featured interview of the day is a conversation with Carly Kind, director of the Ada Lovelace Institute.

Tech.eu Podcast #31: Babbel's milestone, Mondo & Payleven, more new funds, interview with Shakil Khan and standardised term sheets

Tech.eu Podcast #136: Apple’s back taxes in Ireland, Macron’s €5 billion pledge, flying water taxis, interview with Tattoodo’s Johan Plenge, and more

This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discussed Apple’s court battle against the EU to avoid paying €13 billion in back taxes, the new announcement by Emmanuel Macron at France Digitale Day, water taxis flying too fast, the Super Pumped book, and more. The featured interview this time is a conversation with Johan Plenge, CEO and founder at Tattoodo.