This is the third and final batch of interviews the team of Tech.eu recorded in at the TechChill conference in Riga, Latvia, last month. In this episode, we talked to Pekka Viilto of Rundit, Kristel Kruustük of Testlio, and Tiit Paananen from Veriff.
In this episode, we’ve talked to Nils Mattisson, CEO and co-founder of Minut, and Julia Grace, senior director of infrastructure engineering at Slack in San Francisco. You will learn how to make a great product for a totally wrong audience and still survive, why people want to have a home alarm that’s not a camera, how Slack is used in Europe, and much more.
The team of Tech.eu Podcast is proud to present our second interview special — a new episode format, in which we offer you a few pre-recorded conversations with some of the most interesting people of the European startup ecosystem.
Ten years ago, the idea behind Delivery Hero was born, according to the now-publicly listed online food ordering and delivery service provider’s Twitter feed. Fast forward to today and the company is delivering about 31 million orders a month, booking roughly 360 million euros in revenue for the first half of this year – and […]
Yours truly recently sat down with Swedish fintech scale-up Klarna‘s co-founder and CEO, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, for a good chat about building an international financial services powerhouse out of Stockholm. The video was recorded at the TOA (Tech Open Air) conference in Berlin, and is now all yours to enjoy.
France-born entrepreneur and Eventbrite founding technical architect Renaud Visage shares some of his lessons learned when it comes to scaling a startup globally.
Tech.eu caught up with Brent Hoberman in London to chat about Founders Factory, Made.com, and the impact the Brexit vote will have on UK and European tech.