Blooming Late: The rise of late-stage funding for European tech scale-ups (report)

Today, Tech.eu and Stripe are releasing a new research report focused on analysing the increase of late-stage funding rounds (financing rounds of €100 million or more) for fast-growing Europe-born tech companies. Titled “Blooming Late: The rise of late-stage funding for European tech scale-ups”, it’s the third and last in a series of reports diving into […]

Announcing: Tech.eu x TechBBQ’s Startups to Watch (free report)

The Tech.eu team has a great opportunity to attend and take part in countless tech events around Europe (and the world!) every year.  Events are an incredible chance to elevate some of the themes and issues that are shaping European technology and entrepreneurship. Events also give us the chance to connect with startups and early-stage […]

The benefits of crowdfunding and corporate venture funds: Interview with Gary Dushnitsky

Editor’s note: This interview has been recorded and published as part of a content project in collaboration with the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO). Gary Dushnitsky is an associate professor at London Business School who researches and teaches entrepreneurship, with a focus on early-stage startup funding models. He described his job as trying “to bring in […]

“Life is Growth” – A new Tech.eu + Stripe report on how, where and when European tech companies start scaling up

Today, Tech.eu and Stripe have released the (free) “Life is Growth” report, a deep dive into the state of play for growth-stage technology companies in Europe. This is the second report Tech.eu and Stripe release after “Seed the Future” (November 2018), which looked specifically at early-stage investment in Europe. What’s clear from the report is […]

UK-founded research commercialisation startup IN-PART raises £950,000

Sheffield-founded commercial-academic matchmaking platform IN-PART has landed £950,000 in a funding round from the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund, which poured £750,000, and two unnamed private investors. IN-PART, which employs 28 people across two offices in Sheffield and London, plans to use the capital injection to expand its team. As part of the deal, Thomas Jørgensen, […]