We already caught on to young Israeli VC firm Remagine Ventures when they raised $4 million in funding from Sky about a year ago, but now the investment company has had its proper outing by announcing the first close of its initial fund at $35 million. Tech.eu caught up with the two managing partners of […]
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 […]
On July 13th, London’s LUSH Studio hosted a tasty gathering of some of Britain’s most innovative food pioneers for the inaugural Pitch + Plant startup competition. Created by Vevolution, the competition was designed to shine a spotlight on new plant-based innovations in foodtech, a space that continues to experience considerable growth in Europe and beyond. Growing […]
In years to come, citizens will not only have the option to get a bus or a train to work in the morning; they’ll also be able to jump aboard an air taxi. This is what Alex Zosel, co-founder and chief innovation advisor of German aviation startup Volocopter, imagines life will look like in the […]
Last month, when Tech.eu was focusing our attention on the latest innovations in European medtech and digital health, I reached out to Valuer.ai to get their take on what startups we should have a look at. Valuer.ai is an intelligent matchmaking platform for corporates, investors, accelerators and startups based in Copenhagen. They help firms discover, […]
Earlier this week, French startup Aircall announced that it had raised $29 million in Series B funding to boost its cloud-based call centre software business. Among the list of the investors in the sizeable round was eFounders, the French-Belgian startup studio that specialises in incubating and scaling SaaS companies tackling the ‘future of work’ (coincidentally, […]
Heetch was suspended by a Paris court last year for running an illegal taxi service. Now, it’s trying to rebuild its business.