This is the first batch of interviews the team of Tech.eu recorded in at the TechChill conference in Riga, Latvia, last month. It doesn’t mean, however, that we only talked to people from the Baltics about the local ecosystem — far from that, actually. In this episode, we’ve talked to Kat Borlongan from La French Tech, Anna Andersone of Riga Tech Girls, and Milda Mitkutė from Vinted.
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, 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.
Editor’s note: This is a sponsored article, which means it’s independently written by our editorial team but financially supported by another organisation, in this case, Startupbootcamp IoT. If you would like to learn more about sponsored posts on Tech.eu, read this and contact us if you’re interested in partnering with us. It’s been three years since Startupbootcamp, one of […]
While some companies working on the European market decide to move away from London as a no-deal Brexit becomes a real possibility, the tech startup workspace TechHub has demonstrated a commitment to the local ecosystem by investing £2.2 million in a new space in Shoreditch. TechHub and its 400 residents will move to the new […]
The team of Tech.eu Podcast is proud to present our first 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.
Editor’s note: This is a sponsored article, which means it’s independently written by our editorial team but financially supported by another organisation, in this case, JETRO. If you would like to learn more about sponsored posts on Tech.eu, read this and contact us if you’re interested in partnering with us. This year is coming to an end, making it a […]