This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss the media attention Revolut has got for various wrong reasons over the past few weeks, the e-sports landscape in Europe, upcoming events, old tech that powers important aspects of our lives, and much more. Also, listen to an interview with Göran Wågström, founder and CEO of Idka.
This week, Natalie Novick, Robin Wauters, and Andrii Degeler discuss the trend of multi-modal transportation apps, the new Japanese-backed fund that will invest in European startups, the UK’s new investigation into Facebook, and much more. We’ve also prepared a pre-recorded interview with Riccardo Donadon, founder of the innovation platform H-FARM in Italy.
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.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about the rush for financial licences in Lithuania, Revolut’s standoff with Lithuanian authorities, the future of work, and more. Also, check out an interview with MEP Julia Reda on the Copyright Directive.
This week, Andrii Degeler and Natalie Novick talk about the Copyright Directive and its consequences, the changes in the autotech and mobility landscape, making sense of VC funding numbers, life without the tech giants, and more. There’s also a fascinating interview with Claire Novorol, co-founder and chief medical officer of Ada Health.
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.
This week, Andrii Degeler, Natalie Novick, and Chris Chinchilla talk about the departure of Uber and Cabify from Barcelona, the rise of “data ownership” companies that help to guard your data, the doublethink of the Western corporates regarding automation, writing tips from Stephen King, diversity in the entrepreneurship ecosystem in the UK, and much more.