In today’s Tech.eu Podcast, Natalie Novick, Andrii Degeler, and Robin Wauters talk about TransferWise opening an office in Brussels, funding rounds for Horizn and N26, the acquisition of data Artisans by Alibaba Group, and much more. The episode also features a pre-recorded interview with Jeff Lynn, co-founder and executive chairman at Seedrs, an equity crowdfunding platform that’s been pretty successful in Europe.
Remember we promised something special for the 100th episode of the podcast? Well, this is it — we’ve managed to gather almost everyone from the founding team of Tech.eu!
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.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss the recent Slush conference in Helsinki, the issues with e-scooters in Madrid, the EC’s new initiative regarding AI, inclusion and diversity in the tech industry, and more.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss eating insects, fixing employee ownership regulation in Europe, the mourning (or lack thereof) of CEBit, and more.
This week, Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler discuss what BlaBlaCar is going to do with the bus operator Ouibus, what the Brexit draft agreement means for the tech ecosystem in the UK, and much more. Also featured in the episode is a great and insightful interview with Simon Cook, the CEO of Draper Esprit.
This week we’re discussing the recent insolvency filings from two European startups, France’s plans to “embed” researchers into Facebook, Kenyan workers who make the AI magic, and more.