I am on my way to Estonia for the annual Startup Day in university town Tartu, where I will be braving the cold to deliver presentations tomorrow and on Thursday. One of the things I will be shining a light on tomorrow at the Investor Day is how the European tech scene did in 2018 […]
Europe’s tech scene is rapidly maturing, as evidenced by a steady increase in equity funding in tech startups, an amount reaching €25 billion+ in 2017. The region is also now home to 57 ‘unicorns’, according to research by GP Bullhound. Europe’s great diversity – an amalgamation of over 40 countries with their own languages, cultures, […]
Today sees the release of the first ‘European Startup Monitor’, a(nother) study of Europe’s startup ecosystems and founders.
New research suggests that London is the best EU city when it comes to support for digital entrepreneurs. See below to find out why, and which other cities score highly:
The total transaction volume of the European online alternative finance (equity crowdfunding, P2P lending etc.) market is projected to balloon to €7B in 2015, after growing 144% to €3B last year.
According to a comprehensive study carried out by the Enterprise Research Centre and presented today, Britain is home to an increasing number of (female and younger) business angel investors.
Investment firm Atomico has come out with its first quarterly update to the research it published last October. Its data suggests you’re better off having (and sticking with) your founding, tech-savvy CEO.