This week, Andrii Degeler is joined by Roxanne Varza, director of Station F, to talk about why European startups avoid the topic of downsizing. Then, later in the show, you’ll hear from Wil Benton about the ATI Boeing Accelerator and why there are so few actual aviation startups in accelerators launched by airlines and plane manufacturers.
This time, Tech.eu’s founding editor Robin Wauters talked to three entrepreneurs from very different industries about their products and the ways they cope with the current crisis. Check out the conversations with Anthony Rose of SeedLegals, Gauthier Van Malderen of Perlego, and Daniel Månsson of Flow Neuroscience.
In this episode, Andrii Degeler talks to two European VCs about timely topics that came out over the past week. Fred Destin of Stride.VC will walk us through his reasoning on the role of a VC in times of crisis; in the second interview, Fabric’s Richard Muirhead discusses the necessity of governmental support for startups on an example of the UK.
In this episode, we’re joined in our virtual studio by Ed Newton-Rex, who sold his AI music startup to ByteDance. Ed is a jury member of the AI Song Contest — billed as the “AI Eurovision,” — where 12 teams compete with their songs created with the use of AI. Public voting in the contest is open until May 10.
This week, Andrii Degeler and Natalie Novick discuss the good and bad things happening to Amazon in Europe, the reasons why we still don’t have an EU-wide contact tracing app, and much more. The featured interview of the episode is a conversation with Giovanni Fili, CEO and founder of Exeger, who talks about the future of self-charging gadget and the “light-conscious” next generation.
In this special episode, Ananth Devarajan, product manager at Lark, talks about working from home, remote teams, interactive collaboration, and recommendations for people who are struggling to adapt to the “new reality” of working remotely every day rather than occasionally.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve recorded about 20 remote interviews for Tech.eu Podcast — which is probably more than we did in the previous five years combined. Until recently, we interviewed our guests almost exclusively in person to spare them the hassle and frustration of trying to achieve decent sound quality at home or […]