An interview with Hardi Meybaum, the young successful Estonian entrepreneur who sold his company GrabCAD to Stratasys for a rumoured $100 million last year.
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, in which we feature interesting but mostly below-the-radar European startups, here’s a Q&A with Toothpick co-founder Jozef Wallis.
Berlin startup Number26 says it’s building “Europe’s most modern bank account”, but it’s not quite there yet. Charmaine Li talked to co-founder and CEO Valentin Stalf to learn more about the company’s plans.
Zendesk started out in a loft in Copenhagen and has since become an internationally-oriented company headquartered in San Francisco. We spoke to co-founder and CTO Morten Primdahl about the journey.
We recently paid a visit to the Amsterdam offices of 3D Hubs, which is building a network of 3D printers worldwide, and had an interesting chat with co-founder Brian Garret about the startup’s plans.
Started out of a single-room Berlin office in 2011, driver booking platform Blacklane has raised more than €22 million in funding from Daimler and others. Ivo Spigel caught up with CEO Dr. Jens Wohltorf.