This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler talk about the new tax for big tech companies that Israel wants to introduce, the EU’s new investigation into Apple’s practices, the quality of M&A data in Europe, six-wheeled cars, health tech startups, and much more. We’ve also got a pre-recorded interview with Isidro Laso, former head of Startup Europe.
Startup community F6S has partnered with Startup Europe Week (SEW) to help in supporting SEW events this year through its startup events platform.
Yesterday, Tech.eu attended an event in Brussels organised by open innovation advisory firm Mind the Bridge and UK-based innovation foundation Nesta, meant to highlight and award the corporates that are doing the most to support startups across Europe. During the event, which was attended by Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for research, science and innovation, the […]
In what is shaping up to become ‘the biggest entrepreneurship event ever to take place in Europe’, there will be Startup Europe mini-events during the first week of February 2016 in more than 220 cities across Europe.
Some words, links, photos and videos after I spent 10 days in the US (New York City and San Francisco + Bay Area) meeting with hundreds of people.
The organisers of SEC2SV (Startup Europe goes to Silicon Valley) have released the list of 15 European startups selected to pitch at the upcoming European Innovation Day in Mountain View (21 September).
European startups and government officials are preparing for a week-long visit to Silicon Valley, kicking off with a conference dubbed European Innovation Day, which features a host of exciting speakers.